Hey peeps! I miss you already! So, as promised, here's a video about my thoughts, feelings or shall I say the story behind this new repatriation back to the U.S. Oh, you didn't get the memo? Shocked! I've posted it all across social media and umm...well you all were the first to know. In … Continue reading Video: Why I left…pt. 2
Hey Blogger peeps! Happy New Year to you! I hate to be the carrier of such horrific news but uh...I moved back to the States. Yup. In this Trump era coupled with an unsettling political climate, I had to do the damn thang. Why, you ask? Well, stay tuned for my next post which will … Continue reading Update: WE moved…pt. 1
shocking election of Donald Trump, I’ve been hearing so many black expats AND the rest of us who aspire to travel say they are leaving the country indefinitely or staying put in their overseas locations.
Now, if anyone is down for trying out the overseas experience, it’s me. Chile look, I’m in my fourth year overseas and I must say that it’s been beyond an amazing experience. I simply can’t put into words, a video post or any other heartfelt message how moving abroad for 4 years has absolutely changed my life. In fact, I strongly encourage black people to travel more abroad, especially to the continent. Hell, you may even decide to live here like me and for that, I send my love.
Now, for those of us who have made our abroad homes temporary or permanent, that’s simply your business and such an outstanding feat…
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Like most international communities, people are very transient. One day you see them and the next their gone. No, not dead necessarily but perhaps off to the next international destination or maybe back home. Well, with the transient mood in most places comes complacency and the blindness of the reality of the community … Continue reading Do you feel “stuck”in your International Community?
If you were in Uganda, Tanzania or even Kenya around 3:30 p.m. (Uganda time) on Saturday, September 10th, you probably felt some of the effects of the 5.7 (some websites are saying 5.9) magnitude earthquake. The day before September 11th...15 years later. Hmmm...crazy, right? Wow! The earth really shook! This is my first earthquake experience … Continue reading I felt the earthquake from Tanzania!
Heeeeyyy! Ever so often, I link my You Tube videos to my blog so that both platforms can be well-informed about the latest happenings in my world, especially as it pertains to the Ms. Black Expat arena. Well, I just uploaded another video to my You Tube Channel and I want to make sure you have a chance to … Continue reading Video Q& A…Life in Uganda
This weekend, I participated in a compulsory work training on a new concept for primary students called talk for writing. It was quite informative and very new to me. Actually, since the British National curriculum is one that I'm not as familiar with, I find ways to compare and contrast it to the highly familiar American … Continue reading Nervous? Not I…
I rarely ever post messages of this type on this blog. For inspiration, I usually post to my personal website blog. So...here goes. Never forget how far you've come, where you going and what you aspire to be. Just when you thought it was over...please know that... Somebody's watching you. They are inspired by your … Continue reading Somebody’s watching…
Today, we were out and about looking at cars...again. Yes sir! I am actually serious about this car thing. I repeat. I'm seriously mulling over whether or not I should purchase a car in Uganda. Why can't I just rent or lease like I did in the UAE? I'm not looking forward to driving in Uganda...here's why. … Continue reading Did he just try to take my money?