Last weekend was the Tropical Pressure Festival in Cornwall, UK and I was fortunate to meet a soul warming musician, who is also a talented food artist from Benin Republic. 🇧🇯🌍
I promised to myself, this year I open my own business. No more procrastinating! #TheSpace project is activated.
I’m always greatly amazed by the life struggles an African women is going through... it’s a subjective, generalized idea along I tried to compare my skill set with their’s. I think my preparation for life was a bit different... it’s not good not bad. It’s life.
I’m loving being in Abidjan for a week already. It has been a lot happening under this 7 days and I’m highly grateful for it to my dear Kevin. Also I’m getting back to my real field of expertise which is organisation development. 😍👏🏼
Small things can bring huge happiness like the scent of the fresh air after rain or the touch of the first spring sun. Today’s post is about this.
Some things are just super annoying for an expat. “Just stop the rain already... I need my AC back 🙏🏼 bring the light back right now ooo 😅” By the way is that me or Abidjan is the hottest capital on the coast among the other cities I have had the chance to stay in: Accra, Lome, Cotonou, Lagos?
This documentary about Makala can give the ignorant and way too quick to criticize over-privileged people minimum the idea why to shut up, so please watch and share this documentary about an African villager’s everyday life struggles.