My Portfolio

I’m Isioma Ononye, the writer for Reflect EveryDay, a Lifestyle Blog to provide motivation and information. I created this blog to share my thoughts and experiences because I’m passionate about writing and engaging in discussions about life. Engaging in discussions on learning how to live well and handle life’s challenges. I’m a Freelance Writer and a Lifestyle Blogger. I’ve featured posts for the Aloud Blog for New York Women in Communications, Her Daily and FindSpark Blog. I enjoy working on causes that support women, girls, and young professionals.


I’m currently working on a book to explore the theme of home and belonging. I’m interviewing foreigners and Americans in New York and Nigerians in Abuja on their experiences and perspectives. More information on the project is here:

Below are links to my work which includes my writing for publications, speaking and a news feature.

New York Women in Communications: Aloud Blog

The Power of Social Media in Creating Your Network

Her Daily

Profile on Entrepreneur Tiana Von Johnson

3 Important Questions to ask yourself when life’s Uncertain

Strategic Planning and Investing for Millennial Women

Statements Demeaning Women Must Always Be Addressed

Finding What Feeds And Nourishes Your Spirit 


Hello It’s Me: Follow Up Do’s & Don’ts

How to Cope With Moving Away From Home

3 Tips for Twitter Success at a Networking Event

Tools of the Hunt: Job Search Secrets from Recruiters

Speaker for Career Conference at NYU

Panel on Foreigners Adjusting to U.S. Workforce at NYU School of Professional Students

News Features

Featured in CCTV-America Discussing Blog

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