about me

Hello and Welcome! I’m Louisa Moje, the 5″525 (the one-quarter is important)馃ぃ African queen behind La Passion Vo没t茅e. I started this blog in 2012 as a creative outlet from the struggles of pharmacy school.

As a twin and the last of 10 children, it was only natural that fashion was part of my life. So, at the suggestion of my friend, I launched this blog.

You can read about my journey from childhood with my twin sister, traveling across the world to Wyoming for a college degree, and getting a Doctor of Pharmacy degree to moving up to Alaska to pursue a career in health care in this published newspaper article.

In case you’re wondering, I’m Nigerian, a new mom, a preacher’s kid, a pharmacist, a homebody, and an adventurer (I know what you’re thinking!). My professional career in pharmacy took me to Alaska馃ザ, and my love for the French language took me to Gatineau/Ottawa.

And I’ve shared my journey (life and fashion) wherever the wind took me. Lately, my focus has been on affordable and trendy fashion (you can actually wear) and 15 minutes beauty because #momlife!

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Fun Facts About Me

I’d rather be

at HOME

Listening to

AFRO BEATS

grateful for

my family & MMM

Favorite place

HOME?

my weekends

family, FRIENDS & FOOD

best snuggle buddies

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Where this all began

Yes, that’s me in my university apartment. I had just figured out my “grand” idea for this blog 鈥 to share my journey in pharmacy school.

I quickly realized I needed a break from eating, sleeping, and breathing all-things pharmacy school. The last thing I wanted to discuss during my break from the rigorous program was dishing the tea about “life in pharmacy school.

Enter… fashion & beauty!