Author: Isioma Ononye

I'm a blogger, freelance writer and news enthusiast. I'm passionate about personal development and I'm a book lover. AIso, I care deeply about feminism. My bliss is found in words that move me, nature and chasing my dreams.

How To Deal & Still Be Productive During A Pandemic

While we seem to be grappling with the coronavirus, we also have to mind our mental health. Here is what to do so you don’t go into panic mode.

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My Favourite Lessons From Michelle Obama’s “Becoming”

I recently completed “Becoming” by Michelle Obama. I felt that the story was beautifully written. Michelle took her time and took us through her journey from childhood to adulthood. I feel that every woman and girl can gain from what the story has to offer. Here are some of my favorite lessons from the book.

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The Art of Networking Through Social Media

Networking can happen and occurs easily through social media. The online realm affords us many opportunities. One of these is the ability to network through social media.

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Dear Future Partner,

A letter to my future partner. Here’s what you should know.

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How To Bounce Back From Career Setbacks

Our career progression and expansion does not occur the way we envision. We take steps forward and are brought back to begin again. Setbacks happen and this is how to deal.

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20/20 Vision- My Goals For This Year

We are officially in a new year and decade. I’ve been thinking about more of what I want for this year. Here are some of my goals for 2020.

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How To Identify & Pursue Your Passions

Each and every one of us has something that lights us up. Here is how to identify it.

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How To Stop Your Indecision In Its Tracks

Indecision is a negative trait that can quickly develop into a habit. If you’ve noticed that you tend to be indecisive, here’s how you can work on it.

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10 Lessons Learned In A Decade

As I contemplate back from 10 years ago, I’ve learned a lot that I want to share with you. These lessons are what I will keep having to reinforce in my life.

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Ending Of A Decade: Reflections from Teen Years to Adulthood

As we approach a new decade, I reflect on the changes in my life from the me I was as a teenager to the adult that I am.

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