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tHANKS gOOGLE

As writer’s, bloggers and general creatives, it’s nice to be acknowledged now and again. Life, and other commitments that can leave us feeling drained or even depleted. Being a creative person myself I like innovation, and people I can relate to who are making waves in industries outside of their field. So, when Google, you know the big multi-national company takes time out to retweet the ‘ground-breaking’ and well-humoured comment I made about Issa Rae is the new voice of Google Assistant, it’s a big deal. 

Whilst I wasn’t expecting to be “noticed” by Google, my focus was on the fact that I did not expect to hear Issa Rae’s voice or any other modern-day, multi-talented Actress/Writer as my new assistant! Still, thanks to Google (waits for app to open). I have one genuine question though? How do I get Issa Rae’s voice on my assistant as I only hear it on my brother’s phone? The default theme isn’t doing it for me right now, not until I hear her on my phone. I know. With my blog and all this talk about Google, you’ll think I’ll be the most tech-savvy. Anyway, thanks Google!      

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5 Things I Have Learned Through Travelling

 

As of lately, I’ve been on a bit of a mission. One of them, is to tick off – the bucket list of places I’ve always wanted to visit. Okay, so I’ve got a bit of a fascination with the States and I’m currently in Atlanta! In my next blog, I’ll be getting into what I’ve gotten up to so far, and what the ATL has to offer.  (For those of you that travel or are new to this world of adventure, you may be familiar with a few things in this list either or…you heard it here first!

 5 things I have learned through travelling

 

1) Have an open mind.

If you don’t, you could end up getting frustrated over things you would otherwise overlook, within your hometown. It’s not about compromising who you are but having a little patience. This goes a long way, into having a fruitful experience.

2) I’m an ambassador for my country.

Whenever I visit a new country, people often tell me how they would love to visit London/the UK. I know its cold majority of the time, and I also know I’m not the only one that finds after being in a country majority of your life, things can get a little boring. However, the excitement I see in people’s faces lets me know, I can be –am, a great ambassador for my country. So with casual ”Hello’s” and informal introductions out of the way; ”Excuse me”? Think, selling point. High-time I get paid for it too!

 

Mama Mia

 

3) Self-Love

Ever heard of the saying ”it’s not you, it’s me.” Well if you’re new to a country, whether visiting or relocating and the odd person doesn’t immediately gravitate towards you, then fret not. They’re just as curious as you were; trying to explore that hidden gem of a market you heard about from your friend’s trip to morocco. Sometimes. So just swap that -timeless old saying around, the next time you see prying eyes. Really, ”It’s not me, it’s you.’’ 😊

4) I’m posh, and no amount of cockney slang in my ”and scene” moments, is going to change that.

5) You can make lifelong connections through travelling.

I have met many kinds of people, some in which I am still in contact with. Whether it’s through a mutual contact, being on summer break, work-related travel or simply through conversation in a social gathering; don’t be afraid to talk to people. Observe your surroundings (as a safety tip), now take the floor. At least, one person.

 

 

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