About Ibinabo

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Hello everyone and welcome to my website, I’m absolutely delighted to have you here.

A little About Me

I’m Ibinabo Enebi, and I can now safely say that my life is a beautiful journey of ups and downs.

What had appeared to be fragments of unfulfilled dreams and missed opportunities were, in fact, the outlines and colours necessary to create this worthy experience I call my life!

The beautiful life. The Ibinabo life.

My name Ibinabo simply means: ‘you came with goodness,’ ‘you came with beauty ‘or ‘you came well.’

I’m your everyday girl who knows what it feels like to be broken and beaten down by fear and self-doubt. 

Like you, I’ve sat curled behind my bathroom door and wept myself sore.

But! I noticed this about me: that amidst my tears was also a little fight still left within.

And so laced around my puffy red eyes and stuffy nose is a glint in my soul that holds me together.

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An assurance and hope that tells me disappointments aren’t the end of the road in life.

Instead, they’re a bend that extends your capacity to endure, to believe, and to forge ahead in faith.  

The faith that tells me: ”This too shall come to pass.” And guess what, it always does, thankfully.

Why I Started The OneWomanity Blog

I believe that our life journeys are rich enough content to share with others. They aren’t just ours to tell but will serve as a survival kit for those who are about to embark on theirs.

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So, on, expect to read about a wide range of issues relating to women (and men) of all ages and stages.    

Drawing from the collective experiences and expertise of many, I’ll be giving tips to new mums and lifestyle advice to women(and men) in general, ranging from career and personal development, love and relationships, parenting, wellness and health, retirement, faith matters and much more.

There’ll be those who will share their stories with you to make your journey lighter.

Their experiences could serve as street lights to help illuminate your path as you travel life’s road.

Truth be told, we may not get it right all time. In fact, the sad reality is that what worked for others may not work for you.

Then why bother? You might ask me. Well, I’ll tell you the reason why.

I’m doing this to let you know that you are not alone.

There are millions, who are lost in the translation of the roles they play for others and the duties they must perform!

Some of them were once like you and me.

And like them, we sometimes have to go through our stuff to arrive at the breakthrough we always wanted.

All I can tell you is this:

Your breakthrough is possible, get the lid off your mind. There’s nothing impossible for those who believe.

Welcome to the world of a mother of four, a wife, a sister, a friend, an aunt, a poet, an English As A Second Language Teacher (ELT) teacher, a content creator, and a Youtuber, finally.

I hold a BA (Hons) in English Studies and a Master of Arts degree.

I also have a YouTube Channel called Ibinabo Enebi. Please make sure to like and share, and click here to subscribe.

Please  leave your comments below, thank you

All the best,

Ibinabo Enebi 

Ibinabo Enebi

Ibinabo Enebi

I'm Ibinabo Enebi, and I can now safely say that my life is a beautiful journey of ups and downs. What had appeared to be fragments of unfulfilled dreams and missed opportunities were, in fact, the dots and colours necessary to create this worthy experience I call my life. I'm a wife, a mother of four, a sister, a friend, and an aunt. I hold a BA (Hons) in English Studies and a Master of Arts degree.

20 thoughts on “About Ibinabo

  1. Hus Guy

    Never saw it presented the way you did. Splendid 👍

    1. Ibi

      Thank you very much. I am glad you found this helpful.

      1. Clara Ohwonigho
        Clara Ohwonigho says:

        Good tips!
        Keep it up
        You’re always easy to understand and your stories are interesting and relatable.
        This blog is superb!

        1. Ibi

          Dear Clara,
          Thank you very for your contribution.
          I am glad you find our tips helpful and easy to read.

          Thank you.

  2. igonibi brisibe
    igonibi brisibe says:

    Well articulated, nice one !

    1. Ibi

      Thank you very much.

  3. Sotonye Zedomi
    Sotonye Zedomi says:

    Excellent presentation, when baby comes, be satisfied with what your baby likes before stocking up baby formula. It took me a while to realise my second baby was allergic to milk.

    1. Ibi

      Hello Sotonye,
      Thanks a million for that contribution. We are going to be talking more on that in our subsequent posts. It’s very true that we should go easy on the milk until we are sure of what baby wants and other issues like lactose intolerance and all.
      Thank you

  4. Iquo Dawodu
    Iquo Dawodu says:

    Very refreshing, thanks for sharing your thoughts and encouraging experiences.

  5. Gloria Efemini
    Gloria Efemini says:

    Brilliant tips Ib,would be moms do go over the top especially the first time and subsequently in a lot of cases so your intervention here would surely make it a more purposeful and fulfilling experience. I look forward to reading more as you journey on.

    1. Ibi

      Thank you so much Gloria. I appreciate your contribution to the conversation. I am glad that this article would be beneficial to new mum’s. Thank you

  6. C Obiora

    Ibi, very informative. I wish I knew this long ago.
    Thank you and well done!

    1. Ibi

      Hi C. Obiora
      Thank you very much for your comments. Please feel free to share your experiences as much as you can. Thank you

    2. Ibi

      Hi C. Obiora,
      Thank you very much for your comment. We will be glad to hear more about your experiences in this platform. Thank you.

  7. Diogo

    This is awesome. I will recommend to my young friends who are about to start making babies. Thanks

  8. Uzoamaka

    Lovely …this did help me understand motherhood
    I know I fell into the category of mother’s that buy unnecessary things ,I wish I knew all these before but it’s not too late …thank you ma!

    1. Ibi

      Hello Uzoamaka,
      Thank you very much for your reply.
      I’m glad that you found this post helpful.

      1. MERCY EDU

        WOW! I was pleasantly stunned by this write-up of yours. Young and aspiring mums need to hook up ASAP to this blog. I saw ALL my mistakes staring at me with some visible and silent regrets. I wish I knew this then. Anyway, this information is for keeps. Well said Ibi…good job.

      2. Uyi

        Nice one, it’s informative.

        1. Ibi

          Hi Uyi,
          Thank you very much.
          I’m glad that you found the article informative.
          Thank you

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