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4 Practical Ways To Deal With Impostor Syndrome

Impostor syndrome is a psychological pattern in which a person doubts their skills or accomplishments and has a persistent fear of being exposed as a fraud or an impostor.

Best Workout Apps For Women

Workout apps are not strange to fitness enthusiasts and today, the importance of working out has become clearer than ever in recent times.

These 6 Google Apps Would Help You Simplify Your Daily Routine And Help Manage Everyday Tasks

Today, there is a lot of tech and gadgets which make life easier. From search engines to app stores, there is something designed to help with one task or the other. You just have to name the task. If there is something you need immediate information about, you hardly ever go to the library, you ask Google. And even, there are quite a number of  Google apps to help you out. 

Raising Your Confidence Levels – Ifeanyi Iloba

No one is born into the world with it, no one possesses it all of the time, we women have particular difficulty having or developing self confidence as we often times focus on everyone else but ourselves. So taking...

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The Problem With Sexist Comedy

Sexist comedy trivializes issues that women face. Example of such issues includes rape, sexual assault, sexual harassment etc. Find out why it needs to stop, and why those who enjoy this type of content need to be called out as well as the comedians who crack these jokes.

Profile of Sara Menker, Founder of Gro Intelligence

Sara Menker is an Ethiopian businesswoman. She is the founder and CEO of Gro Intelligence, a software company that is focused on the global food and agriculture markets.

Profile of Aisha Pandor, Founder of SweepSouth

Aisha R. Pandor is a South African businesswoman and entrepreneur. She is the co-founder of SweepSouth, an online platform for booking and managing home-cleaning services from your mobile devices or laptops.

So You Want Men To Like You…

A letter from a woman who is tired of women who desperately want to be picked by men and do all they can to belittle feminism and the fight for gender equality.

Mariam Adedoyin-Olowe’s Story Of An Explosion of Purpose And Its Resulting Success

At 37, after 2 children, Mariam Adedoyin-Olowe decided to get her first degree. Today, she is a PhD holder and a Lecturer in Data Analytics And Research Methods & Project Management.