Road to Celibacy (Video)

Hello my lovely friends!

I hope you’re all doing well! For those affected by Hurricane Harvey and Irma, I sympathize with how sad and depressed you feel. I am sorry that you had to go through that. I pray God restores you to wholeness!

I recently had a sit down with  with my friend, Ashley Dixon, owner of TheBookOfAshley We thoroughly enjoyed the conversation! She walks me through her decision to have sex, and how five years after, and certain unpleasant events, that same decision morphed into a choice to be celibate.

In the beginning, it was not a spiritual journey for her, but it has soon evolved into an important part of her walk with Christ as the body and the spirit are very connected! She is now a staunch advocate for waiting till marriage before introducing sex to a relationship.

I really enjoy your kind comments and encouragement as I take on this journey of walking in my purpose! I am here for you! Please always reach out to talk, a word of prayer, comments, or any questions you think I may be of help in answering!

I truly LOVE YOU ALL!! Please remember to SUBSCRIBE to my YouTube channel! Your subscription truly makes a difference!! Also remember to turn on the notifications to ensure you see my new videos!

No matter what horrible choices you have made, God is, and will always be so interested in your life!

Why I Quit My Job To Pursue My Passion (Video)

First and foremost, THANK YOU! I truly appreciate you for taking this journey with me. I started my blog in May 2015, with one goal. I wanted my work to positively influence at least one person! I’m glad to say this goal has been exceeded, all thanks to God and you!

Over the years, I have shared various milestones with you – Successful internships, graduation with an honors in accounting, amazing trips across the world, landing a ‘good job,’ leaving said job, exploring a new field, and now, taking my passion for communication and a ‘good ol’ chat’ to the video scene.

I am so excited to now present to you, Oreofetalks videos! I am hosting them on YouTube. Please watch, like, leave a comment, tell me something I can do better, subscribe to my YouTube channel and share the video!

Just like the blogs, the videos will go live on Thursdays, I am still working on the time frame that works best. Please connect with me on all social media. I look forward to taking this exciting new journey with you!


I went off all social media for a month!

My Purpose. My Inner Diva. My Phenomenal Life.

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The journey to identifying one’s purpose is probably one of the most important, tedious, and most rewarding trips you’ll ever embark on. I’m a strong believer that we’re all born with great talents and gifts unique each individual. There are some things we do with absolutely no struggle, and genuinely enjoy doing, while others suffer and struggle to do them. If you haven’t properly identified your purpose at 9, 12, 20, 50, or 60, please take that trip. There’s no age as to when exactly you have to know what your purpose is, but whenever you do, you’ll see that your life becomes richer, and you’re satisfied!

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Au Revoir 2016. Thank You.

use.jpg2016 has been an amazing year for me… great accomplishments, and tremendous realizations of adulthood that rocked me hard (to tears more times that I’d like to admit!) Haha! I learned some lessons this year…some of them may be cliché, but I implore you to take a moment and soak it all in…

Learn how to live and love.

Live in the moment.

Do not sweat the small AND the big stuff.

Enjoy yourself.

Do whatever brings you joy – please, also bring Jesus joy.

We all fall… Don’t beat yourself too hard.

Don’t remain in ANY toxic relationship, NOTHING is worth that.

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Oh, the Things we do for Money

Since moving to America in July 2010, I’ve seen the naira currency rate go from N150 to N500 for $1.00. Even at the low rate of N150, I had the mindset that I didn’t want my parents to spend their hard earned naira, in dollars. I asked for a small amount for pocket money, and did my best to make up the rest to live to a standard I liked.

For some reason, it was hard for me to get a consistent student job, so here are a few odd jobs I have done to provide money for myself because, man must chop!

hair.GIFHair making: America cannot come and kill me because I want fine hair. The cost of getting your hair done is HIGH! I started by practicing on my cousins. Soon enough, I became decent enough to charge for services: perming, weave in’s, braiding, twisting, crotchet, etc. I particularly HATE doing hair (especially braids) as it takes ages, and makes my lower back hurt so much.I got to charge up to $120 at some point for this, so I stuck it out. I remember taking out a weave a few years ago, and I wanted to get big braids. I called around, the cheapest I found was $80. I’m Ijebu, smh, they playing themselves! I played my good ol’ Grey’s Anatomy and sat in front of my bathroom mirror. Four hours later, I accomplished the task of braiding my hair myself.

food 2.GIFCooking: I’m a great cook, but it’s another thing I don’t enjoy doing. The idea of cooking for money happened when one lady tried my Ogbona and asked how much I charge. Oh, I quickly owned up to the thing (although as at that point, I’d never charged for food haha!). I did my research, and before long, I was making upwards of $80 for my bowls of Egusi, EfoRiro, Okra Soup, and our ever faithful Naija Jollof. I dabbled into the meat pie business, but the streez is plenty! Ain’t nobody got time for that, lol! Continue reading

Day 26: Growing Through Temptation

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Happy is the man who doesn’t give in and do wrong when he is tempted, for afterwards he will get as his reward the crown of life that God has promised those who love Him. – James 1:12

On our path to spiritual maturity, temptations will come along. They serve as opportunities to do good. Yes, temptations are Satan’s primary weapon to destroy us, but God plans to use it to develop us. Every time we chose to do good instead of sin, we are growing in the character of God. Abundance of the fruit of the spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control will help us overcome any temptation thrown at us. We learn best to love when we can show love to mean people, we learn faithfulness the more we do good when no one is watching. You can’t claim to be good if you’ve never been tempted to do bad, so for us to gauge the growth of these characteristics of God we ought to posses, we need to be tempted.

Satan is predictable. He’s used the same strategy since creation. From the bible, we learn that temptation follows a four-step process:

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