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How To Glam Up In 4 Quick Steps.

Do you ever look in the mirror and think, “I have looked this way for so long, I wish I could switch things up?” Well, now is the time to start doing it. Sometimes a switch up in life is good for you. It’ll give you a new sense of purpose and make you feel […]

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“You are in competition with no one, do what you do and do it with all passion and love”- #LLA Meets Omoyeni Disu, Creative Director, Glitter Girl Innovations Nigeria ltd & MWANGA.

Omoyeni Disu, the Mwanga queen is the head chandler /Creative Director at Glitter Girl Innovations Nigeria ltd the parent company of MWANGA, producers of a wide range of scented candles, diffusers, car fresheners, amongst other scented items. Omoyeni ventured into entrepreneurship and birthed  “Mwanga” after the death of her parents in 2017. To her, Mwanga  […]

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Nigerian Women are Leading the #MeToo Movement and We Are Totally Here For It

When Tarana Burke’s #Metoo Movement caught on in the US and was amplified on social media, women across the globe who could identify with the movement “toasted” in solidarity. “Times up” they all chanted amidst, nods, thumbs up, placards, t-shirts from internationally acclaimed personalities. The massive support the hashtag garnered represented the break of a […]

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“I believe in the Power of Voice as a Force for Greater Good”Leading Ladies Africa Meets Maame Afon, Women’s Right Advocate, Recording Artist and Founder, Management for Impact Leadership and Transformation

Maame Afon is an internationally recognized thought leader and passionate advocate for women and girls. She is also an activist, coach/mentor, facilitator, and mother who enjoys raising her three children with her husband. In her capacity as board chair of the African Women’s Development Fund USA, she guides the overall strategy and direction of the organization.  […]

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How To Answer “What Motivates You” in an Interview

Skills and experience are great. You’ll need them to impress that recruiter and the hiring manager and everyone you meet with when you’re interviewing for a new job. But they’re not enough. You also have to have the drive to put those skills to use and draw on your experiences so that your prospective employer […]

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Call for Applications: African Women Writers Workshop 2019

As the name implies, this prestigious workshop is open to women from the African continent. Slated to hold in Ghana, this 10-day residency program will be facilitated by Yewande Omotosho and Sylvia Vollenhoven. The program is an initiative of the African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF). Who is Eligible To Apply for the African Women Writers […]

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Osas Ighodaro Ajibade, Toni Tones, Ini Dinma-Okojie, Lala Akindoju, Eno Ebenezer…. Meet the 5 Nollywood Actors Blazing the Smart Money Movement Trail in Arese Ugwu’s New TV Series

If you have read the smart money woman by Arese Ugwu, then, expectedly, you should be excited that a movie adaptation of the book is in the works. The thought of having characters like Zuri, Lara, Tami coming to life on our screen is so flipping exciting; Bellanaija captures it very aptly in this post. […]

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3 Ways To Make Frolleagues at Work

Did you roll your eyes and go ”frolleague? What does that mean” Lol It is fine, we all learn everyday 😊 Frolleague is a term coined from the words- friend and colleague. A frolleague is a work colleague who is also your friend. In Nigerian parlance, a frolleague is your office bessfren Catch the drift […]

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#LLACareerQuestionnaire Lehle Balde, Senior Associate Strategy Innovation and Partnerships at Business Day Media, West Africa Says the Biggest Step To Achieving Anything at Work is To Have a Positive Mindset

Pan-African strategy and communications professional has the ’hot seat’ on our career series today😊 She talks about effective communication, respect, emotional intelligence and highlights other key themes for building a conscious career. You should lean in. What is your number one hack for dealing with difficult colleagues/bosses? Respect goes a long way. I find that ensuring […]

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