Author: Isioma Ononye

I'm a blogger, freelance writer and news enthusiast. I love having deep conversations about life, personal development and books. I care deeply about feminism. My bliss is found in words that move me, nature and chasing my dreams.

The Impact of Faith In Your Life: Q & A with Sarah Audu

I interviewed Sarah Audu, a communications professional and fashion and faith blogger. For our conversation, we discuss Christianity and the impact and role it plays in your life.

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Interview Tips To Get Your First Job Out Of College

If you’re fresh out of college, university and worried about an upcoming interview, I have some tips for you on how to nail the interview and get the job.

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Lessons Learned From Dating The Wrong Guys

Dating can be a beautiful and interesting experience. There’s a lot you can learn from dating. You can learn about yourself and others. Here’s what I’ve learned from dating so far.

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How Introverts Can Get Comfortable With Networking Events

Networking provides numerous benefits but it is not the easiest thing to do, especially for people who are more reserved and inclined to be happier by themselves. I understand that challenge and here’s how to get over it.

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What You Should Know If You Haven’t Been To Nigeria

It’s been two years that I’ve been back in Nigeria and so, I have a Vlog for You. If you haven’t been back in a while or are visiting Nigeria for the first time, here’s what you should know.

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Prose Poetry: Chidera And Her Many Smiles of Pain

I wrote this prose poetry to highlight the typical plights of women and girls that I often hear and read about on the news.

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Guest Post: Sexual Violence Against Women Won’t Stop…Not Anytime Soon

Thinking back, one can only wonder how we got to this point. It is no longer strange to scroll through media channels and hear one news about violence of one form or another against the female gender. This is nothing new, but the recent trend is far more alarming. To combat this, various groups have […]

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The Teacher Whose Post-It Note Lifted Me

Words permeate through us. Words can fill us. Words can ignite a spark in us. Words can give us hope. Words can make us feel seen.

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Why You Must Walk Your Own Path

When you decide to walk on the path that feels most authentic to you, you give yourself permission to have the life you want.

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Sheryl Sandberg’s Tips for Women To Thrive At Work

Sheryl Sandberg’s “Lean In” is a great book on how professional women can thrive in the workforce. I have my favorite tips from the book.

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