Daughters Who Walk This Path tells the story of Morayo, a young woman with a burden to bear that life seemed to fall apart for her in her teens. She was forced to keep a secret imposed upon her by her older cousin who was living in her house at the time.Read More
Do you ever feel like you’re incapable of doing some things because you aren’t very knowledgeable in that field, even though you want to? Do you ever talk down on yourself or feel like you are not enough? Do you ever feel like there’s nothing special about you and you have no gift(s)?Read More
When I read a book that its story stays with me afterward, I always want to write about it and encourage people to read it too. Stay With Me is my favorite book written by a Nigerian and I’m telling you why without sharing too much.Read More
It’s almost International Women’s Day and in honor of all the beautiful women in the world, I’m sharing my thoughts on The Color Purple. It was my fifth read for the year and I’m glad it was borrowed to me.Read More
I read 31 books in 2018(not all books pictured), 7 books more than I did in 2017 but 4 books less than my target of 35 books. I love reading. It’s a form of escape. It’s a way to acquire vast knowledge and information. It’s also a way to grow and be a better version of yourself.Read More
1.) By helping others you help yourself.
2.) Everything you can imagine is real.
3.) Be your own inspiration.
4.) Create things you wish existed.
5.) Take social media breaks.
The first time I heard of Tomi Adeyemi was through a video of her interview on Good Morning America that was sent to my high school whatsapp group where she talked about the seven-figure book advance and movie deal she secured(secured the bag). I remember saying to myself that day, “I’m definitely gonna read this […]Read More
Forget the messenger, this message is everything. This is not just any motivational book. It is the book. I have ready many self help books and this is totally different. Donald Trump is such a good writer and he cited many real life examples along with the co-author Bill Zanker. There’s nothing better than that. […]Read More
“Don’t be afraid to be yourself, even if it means removing yourself from lives that you want to be in. You are, no doubt, worthy of being valued for who you are. So be who you are.”Read More
“If people want to see you as a good person, they will. If people want to see you as a bad person, absolutely nothing you do will stop them.”Read More