CeCe Olisa

How to go on a Virtual Date + What to Wear!

You should probably know something about me– I enjoy dating. I want to be a wife and a mom and I date with that in mind. Each date I go on teaches me something about myself and what I want. When I know what I don’t want, it’s much easier to identify what I do want. 

What I want is the most important guide to how I choose a partner, so I don’t shy away from the dating process.

I’ve dated guys that I met at charity events, work, church, the gym, the club and online.

If you want to date right now, online is the way to go. There’s nothing to be ashamed of or embarrassed about– everyone is doing it!

I feel lonely – what to do when you’re feeling alone

A few things you should know about me before we begin: 

I’m a single girl. I live in New York City. I live alone. I’m a solo-entrepreneur. My family lives thousands of miles away from me. I’ve been in my apartment for over a month due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

I know what it’s like to be alone. I know what it’s like to feel lonely.

How to be Vulnerable

To me, what she’s asking is pretty simple– how can I be vulnerable and still protect myself?

This is such a good question, it’s something I think about (and work on) all the time.

I understand that it may be tempting to use vulnerability to connect with people online. You can absolutely be vulnerable, but don’t have to “spill all your tea” if you don’t want to.

Here is a rule I follow when it comes to vulnerability in my work.

CeCe Olisa How to Have a glow up

How to Have a Glow Up: 5 Secrets No One Talks About

I started blogging (anonymously!) in 2008. At the time, I felt insecure, rejected and unsure of myself. I wrote about those feelings and slowly people around the world began to follow me as I did my best figure things out. If you’ve been here since the beginning, thank you for sticking with me this long. If you’re new here, welcome!

Word on the street is that I’ve had a “glow up”.

I don’t know about that, but I do know I have been working on myself. Like, really working on myself.

The process of my “glow up” has been painful, frustrating and sometimes terrifying. I made a decision five years ago to start doing the spiritual work, mental health work and physical work to become the best version of myself that I could.

I’m committed to helping you build self confidence, so today I’m going to share some of my glow up secrets with you.

This is How to have a Glow Up: 5 Secrets No one Talks About

My Favorite Prosecco Cocktail Recipe!

I always have Prosecco chilled in my fridge– this way I’m always prepared to celebrate! Lately, I’ve been sipping on Prosecco from Cupcake Vineyards. It feels good to have a friend over for dinner and toast to her accomplishments (or mine!). Thankfully with the dope group of women I have in my circle, celebrations happen often at my apartment!

Fall Boot Guide

It is finally boot season, and I’ve already added a few beauties to my collection.

There are three boot styles I like to keep in rotation: ankle booties, knee high boots and over-the-knee boots.

If you’ve got thick solid legs like I do, you may need a little extra room in the calf area… I’ve got you covered!

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