A Poem for Women on IWD2019 | by Solomon Emakwu

Thou art virtuous!
Far above rubies art thy price!
Believe not less in thyself
Thou art wonderfully and carefully crafted by the Creator
Thou art awemazing! … More A Poem for Women on IWD2019 | by Solomon Emakwu

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Before it Destroys You, Get it Right | by Popoola Ajibike Josephine

It is not just a Five letter word but a spirit. It is an emotional accident aiming to harm and destroy one’s physical and mental health. It empties one’s happiness, steals one’s Joy and makes one looks like a psychiatric patient. The evil spirit filled five letter word is “Anger”. … More Before it Destroys You, Get it Right | by Popoola Ajibike Josephine

Fashion Styles and Wardrobe | by Toluwalase Ayomide Bismark

It’s good to clear out your closet, once in a while, and give out clothes that you aren’t wearing or haven’t worn in a year. Makes it easier to dress up plus you’ll know what you’ve got. Try everything on and if one doesn’t fit any longer, get rid of it. It’s miserable keeping clothes you can’t wear! … More Fashion Styles and Wardrobe | by Toluwalase Ayomide Bismark

Life’s Lessons Through My Years | by Amao Williams Praise

We are shouted at and told, “No! Get away from there! Stop that! Put that down!”. Physical punishment and the withholding of love, possibilities that scare us and make us feel insecure, often accompany these shouts and criticisms. We soon begin to believe that we are too small, too weak, incompetent, inadequate, and incapable of doing anything new or different. We express this feeling with the words, “I.can’t, I can’t, I can’t.”. The fear of failure is the primary reason for failure in teenagers life. As a result of destructive criticism in childhood, we hold ourselves back as teenagers. We sell ourselves short. … More Life’s Lessons Through My Years | by Amao Williams Praise