A while ago I wasn’t feeling happy. So I subscribed to Chude Jideonwo’s show where he interviews real life people, getting real life stories from…
The Navigate Waiting Room is an online conference-styled event that inspires young people to be better while learning from the stories of others.
“Salzburg is about the most beautiful city I’ve ever been to yet!” A riveting and incredible account of an intern’s growth & experiences, by Mirabelle Morah
Written by Ben Kassoy: In that vein, a self-care routine doesn’t have to be expensive or time-consuming or really require any serious life changes. The most important feature of it is to simply exist. And often, it’s the very simple, very personalized things we do that have the biggest impact on our sense of well-being—especially if we take the time to recognize the benefits. Need some inspo for your own routine?
Ben Kassoy asked 13 stylish folks (including Mirabelle Morah) about the good looks they rock in the hopes of generating good vibes, and here’s what they had to say.
Malala Funds Feature: Ahead of Nigeria’s election, 33 girls share their hopes for the next president
As Nigerian voters register in record numbers, Malala Funds spoke to 33 girls and young women around the country to hear their hopes for the next president. Read Mirabelle’s thoughts on these.
The Role of Youths in Peace building: Mirabelle Speaks at Creative Associates Int’l Panel in Washington DC
Creative welcomed 20 university students from five countries – Mali, Senegal, Ghana, Nigeria and Cameroon – on June 17, with six of the students, including Mirabelle Morah, participating in a panel discussion about youth-led development efforts in their countries.
This is one story which broke my heart and made me cry. I enjoy making everyone in my stories suffer, but for this girl, I sincerely cried when I was writing this. This is one story which broke my heart and broke the water from my tear glands. I cannot begin to imagine what real life people in her shoes go through. I was so worried about her, and I still am.
I didn’t finish my very first, first degree. I studied Educational Management for half a year and dropped out. Was it what I wanted?
Don’t we all know this already? I felt yes! I’m among all these amazing people and I have to make the best out of it by asking questions of people who’ve been there, done that. I can’t die in silence and in assumptions.