About

I’m Olu (friends and family call me Olu, but my full legal name is Oluwaseyi), the creator of this sanctuary for your mind, body, and spirit. My journey into the realms of spirituality and wellness began at a pivotal moment in my life when I felt overwhelmed by depression, buried under financial debts, and lost in my career path. It was during this low ebb that I turned to meditation, journaling, yoga, dream interpretation, and therapy—not just as coping mechanisms but as profound tools for personal transformation.

Today, as someone who has navigated through those turbulent waters to a place of financial freedom, career satisfaction, and the ability to travel the world, I am deeply committed to sharing the lessons I’ve learned. Mentally Savvy is more than a website; it’s a testament to the healing powers of aligning with the universe and discovering one’s inner peace.

Here at Mentally Savvy, we believe in the transformative impact of spiritual wellness on mental health. This site is born from a genuine passion to help you find harmony among your mental, spiritual, and physical selves. Our practices are designed to bring you closer to your personal beliefs and a state of inner peace, resilience, and deep understanding.

This space is a vibrant tapestry woven with diversity and acceptance. No matter your race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation, here you are seen, heard, and cherished. Mentally Savvy champions a “no judgment” philosophy where authenticity is celebrated, and everyone is invited to embark on a path of self-discovery, spiritual growth, and mental flourishing.

Thank you for joining this beautiful journey. Together, let’s nurture a community where we all feel at home, safe, understood, and empowered to thrive.

Since 2019, I’ve been actively blogging across various interests, focusing particularly on personal finance, travel, and wellness topics. Here are a few of the numerous prominent and high-profile media platforms I have been featured on, including Business Insider, Wealth of Geeks, the Manchester Journal, Orlando Voyager, San Francisco Weekly, and more.

Warmly,

Olu Ojo

Olu Ojo
Olu Ojo