about me

Hi, my name is Wanda Olugbala. I am a mother, writer, blogger, and social worker. I am also the author of three books: If Glory Wore a Hat She Would Wear Feathers, My Grandmother’s Posture, and Mountaintop Blues. I teach that love is fear’s opposite and self-care is love in action. I help women wage their own personal revolutions by teaching them how vital self-care is to living their lives focused on love.

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Fearfree Living

I began Fearfree Living in 2012 as my personal blog. When I began my primary intention was to share my creative writing. Since that time, Fearfree Living has grown to include a Facebook page, Instagram and an ebook, Hindsight Happiness.

Fearfree Living is designed to give you the tools you need to help you wage your personal revolution for self-care. I believe in you and my goal is to create content that strengthens your resovle to live a fearfree life. If you consider yourself someone willing to step outside of the roles society has prescribed for you, then this blog is for you!

I post two-three times a week. I encourage you to take a look around or explore. There are articles, short stories, poems and other word art created by me. Intermixed among it all well placed check points with lessons I learned so you don’t have to. It’s my hope that through this work, more of us will be fearfree.

9 Comments Add yours

  1. ldwendt says:

    Wanda – I already love your writing just from your bio! I hope you keep writing after the autumn equinox!

    1. 98dayjourney says:

      I am so happy you found me. Thank you for reading and posting. We’ll see where this goes come September…you never know, right?

  2. margo roby says:

    Thank you for finding and following me. Already, I’m thinking, No, no, you can’t disappear in three months. You don’t have to write everyday, just don’t disappear.

    I loved reading this. Purple is also my favourite colour, but your theory is now tenuous. Funk is not my favourite music. We have the same type of senses of humour, one that I find rare in Americans. I, too, have had dead fish… okay, I’m establishing links.

    m

    1. 98dayjourney says:

      Thanks for reading. I appreciate every view I get. Its affirming. Let’s see what happens come September.

  3. L Muse says:

    A folk hero already….great. May your journey prove to shed light for many.

    1. 98dayjourney says:

      Thank you for joining the journey.

  4. Karin Wiberg says:

    Wanda – I love following your 98 Day Journey and your very compelling stories. I have nominated you for the Inspiring Blogger Award! –Karin
    http://karinwiberg.wordpress.com/2012/07/23/inspiring-blogger-award/

    1. 98dayjourney says:

      Karin,
      I’m humbled that you think so highly of this work. Thank you so much for the encouragement, prompts and reading. I am grateful.

      1. Karin Wiberg says:

        It is my pleasure, I assure you.

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