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April 1, 2018

Hi lovely readers,

Welcome back to my blog. I hope you are all ok and thoroughly enjoying the Easter weekend.

Today’s series of Internet addiction will be pretty short as my schedule for the month did not allow for Internet trolling. I had more grownup things to do and so social media trolling and online shopping took a backseat. For that reason, today’s post will feature a podcast, YouTube video and an article only. Let’s dive in, shall we?


Zanzibar ooh Zanzibar – a short two hours away from Dar es Salaam and one of the most serene islands I have had the pleasure of visiting. If you need a quick escape from life madness, I suggest you visit this beautiful Island. Everything here is to my liking: the people, activities, shopping and my oh my – the food is all kinds of delicious.


My most favourite podcast of this month has to be the one with Robin Sharma, titled How Billionaires achieve their goals. I particularly loved this podcast for a number of reasons, one being I want to achieve giant goals as well and secondly because I think his advice can be put into practice. The key take away from the podcast is: “if you chase to rabbits at the same time, chances are you wont catch either”.

YouTube VIDEO:

Any time I need a mental pick up I watch a YouTube video by Leslie Brown. He delivers his message with so much energy and zeal that is so engaging. This past week I was feeling a little blue and I so I watched this video about the Mind being the key to success. Watch the video and let me know what you think.


LinkedIn continues to be my source of inspiring and motivating articles and if you are also in need of beautifully written and informative articles, I suggest you follow Epiphania on LinkedIn. She writes very inspiring and informative articles on career, leadership and life-etiquettes in general. I read this article about the ground rules of leadership and it made me realise the leadership key mistakes I have been making.

That concludes my post today, thank you so much for stopping by.

Much love;



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