This year marked endings and beginnings. I left New York to move back to Nigeria. I started my National Youth Service Corps (NYSC). I went back to writing more with different ideas in mind. 2017 brought me to my knees in prayer. It brought me closer, nearer to my God. I want to share what […]
“Tuesdays with Morrie” by Mitch Albom is a memoir that will cause you to reflect deeply on how you live your life. I share 12 of my favorite quotes from the book.
The year 2016 is coming to a close but there are some things that I’ve learned this year that I would like to share.
Shonda Rhimes “Year of Yes” is a fun and insightful read . In “Year of Yes,” Shonda’s transformative decision to challenge herself to say YES for a year enables you to understand what we must all say YES to.
We all go through difficult moments in our lives that may make us weary. But the rough patch we face doesn’t have to break us because of what we learn in the process.
Graduation season can be an exciting but also a nerve-wrecking period in our lives. That’s why we often have to remember to breathe, to understand that endings are just another beginning.
In order to have the life we want, we need to consider who we are are, our wants and shortcomings. Once we do this, we begin to realize more about ourselves and what we truly want.
Embracing change and venturing out in the new is essential in life because it leads to new experiences. It also helps us shed into new layers of ourselves.
In order to have change in our lives, we have to be willing to create it. In order to create change, there are a few habits we need to embrace or let go off.
I conducted an interview with Denise Miller, the Director of the New Professionals Program at Queens College. In this short narrative, she provides information on her experiences building her career.