The Pursuit of Success

Hey y’all!!! So this month is over on Sunday already; like play like play, Christmas is around the corner o. In the spirit of taking stock of what I’ve done this year, I’m sharing a message by Pastor Sam Adeyemi of Daystar Christian Center, Lagos, Nigeria. Pastor Sam is one teacher that I love to listen…

Certifications: What’s the Deal?

Happy Tuesday, lovies! My sincere apologies for my hiatus last week; things were pretty crazy at work, you know, the real one that actually pays the bills lol. Anyway, things are back to normal now, so I’m here. This week, I’m sharing my thoughts on certifications. There was a time when the only way to boost your…

Vex Management Strategy

Hey y’all!!! Hope everyone had a great weekend. So I’ve come to the conclusion that whoever said shopping is therapeutic was a certified genius! You see, whenever I’m upset, I tend to recoil into my shell (I know I know, only child problems). When that happens, I find myself with all this time on my hands…

God Listened

Hey everyone! I was really surprised with the response I got a couple of weeks ago when I posted a message by Priscilla Shirer instead of a TED talk on a Thursday. So it gave an idea: from now on, I’ll switch between TED talks and faith messages on Thursdays. Today, I’m sharing a message…

The Ambitious Woman

It’s book day, y’all, and this one has been a long time coming. I know the word ambitious often draws negative reactions. In the words of today’s author, “When you hear the word ambitious, what comes to mind? Power-hungry? Getting ahead no matter what it takes? Someone who runs over others to accomplish her goals?…the…

Guest Posts Welcome!

Happy July 4th to my American people! When I started this blog, I promised myself that it would not be all about me. I want to be able to reach as many women as possible not just with the things I’m learning along the way, but also with lessons from other women. This is why…

90 Days of Blogging

The first time I started a blog, I think it was called gidimoregirl. I named it from my JJC point of view; leaving naija had been hard and adjusting to a relatively new environment wasn’t easy either. I also wanted to be like every other blog I saw out there so I quickly lost interest…