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I wrote five poems this year to celebrate women's day and women's history month.
Be a woman who is tough but also kind
Be a woman who is strong, brave and fierce
Be a woman who embraces the pace of her journey
Since I came out of the compulsory fourteen days quarantine period for recent travellers, I've been going for walks around my neighbourhood instead of driving all the way to the Lekki/Ikoyi bridge. I still get my 5km in but I've been unable to take a walk alone in peace.
In bed but I can't sleep. I check the time and it's 2:00am. My legs ache like I ran all day and I'm feeling hot from the inside. The heat is so much it's starting to transcend outside my body even though the air conditioning is on and I'm right underneath it.
Being single is awesome and sometimes it’s not. There are days where you’re happy you didn’t settle and days where you envy what your married friends have. In this post, five single and thirty something Nigerian women share their truth.
In honor of international women's day and women's history month, I'm sharing six short poems I wrote about and or for women.
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.
I am strong I am powerful I can do anything I am woman I teach I lead I impact I am woman I nurture I protect I mentor I am woman I'm a cleaner I'm a cook I'm a doctor I am woman I'm invisible I'm unappreciated I'm belittled I am woman I am unfailing … Continue reading I am Woman