Author: Claudine Nwadiozor

My name is Claudine Nwadiozor. I am junior at Rutgers University-NB majoring in Biology (Pre-Med). I have a passion for Christ, dancing, singing and writing, which has led me to be a part of Rutgers’ very own Liberated Gospel and to also start my very own blog (http://realpeoplerealthoughtsme.wordpress.com/). Please feel free to check it out. Like, comment, and don’t forget to share! Also, don’t be shy to add my blog page and my personal page on Instagram (@r.p_r.t & @_cx_ikh_ ). I am so happy and honored for this opportunity to share my ideas with you all.

The Cut, My Transformation

November 9th, 2017,  I shaved my head. This was not a drastic decision, it was planned. However, many doubted I would actually follow through; I honestly doubted myself sometimes. Change is something out of our norm. It puts us in an uncomfortable position, but sometimes it’s necessary for growth. Change allows us to see things […]

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Networking 101

We’ve all heard that networking is important at one time or another. Some of us however, are not quite sure what exactly networking is and why it is so important. I used to fall into that category so if that’s where you are or you’re not sure how to get into the whole networking business, […]

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Love Your Skin

Skin care is very essential; this includes body and face. Sometimes, it can be very difficult to find what actually works because there are so many skin types and the skin on your face acts or reacts completely different from the skin on your body. It’s important to love yourself and to feel absolutely comfortable […]

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NexGenNails Gel Powder: Review

If you’ve never heard of Next Generation Nails, then you’re in a for a treat! This could be the best alternative to acrylic and gel polish. What is NexGenNails? This the latest lacquer technology in form of a gel powder. Yes! It’s really powder. You literally just dip your nail and instantly you have a […]

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MUA in the making: My Journey to Perfecting Makeup Skills

Before I get started, let’s all get on the same page. First, I am not a true aspiring makeup artist, I just like to pretend and I really enjoy the art. But, if you are one, I hope that you are encouraged by this post. Second, this post is not solely focused on perfecting the […]

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Delicious YET Healthy Meals

Getting into the habit of eating healthy is hard for two reasons. One, it’s probably something you are not used to. Two, you have no idea what foods to prepare. These were the two major reasons why my journey to healthy eating was and sometimes is still difficult. Everyone has personal, distinct reasons why they […]

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Young Entrepreneurs Round Up

Creativity is step one. Innovation is step two. Entrepreneurship requires strategic planning and execution. It is comprised of two major processes: creativity and innovation. Creativity is the ability to develop new ideas and ways to look at problems as well as opportunities. Innovations involves application of those creative ideas to actual problems and opportunities to […]

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God’s Plan vs. Your Plan

Life happens, and well, things don’t always go as we planned. Usually when this happens, we feel the need to hit the reset button. We try to start all over, take a different approach but maybe all you really need to do is hit the pause button. Have you ever just sat down and thought […]

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Limitations and Boundaries: Knowing when enough has become too much

We all go through this process in life called growing up, and the truth of the matter is, it’s more than just a phase. You don’t just pass through it, its lifelong, continuous. I am a firm believer in physical manifestation, meaning that if I cannot physically see with my own eyes what you are […]

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The Cut Life

Growing up, I always wanted long hair, waist length to be exact. Unfortunately, my hair never grew that long or that fast even. Before I went natural, my hair was about armpit length, and even after 4 years of being natural, my hair is barely armpit length. I never did the big chop when I […]

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