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How to Spend Your Tax Refund on Travel


Originally posted on Blavity.com It’s that time of year again — tax season. The U.S. government graciously gave us an extra weekend to toil over those receipts, W2s, and 1099s this year as you have until April 18th, refund checks…

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March 12, 2017


Mission Expat: How to Launch Your Global Career


Originally posted on Travelnoire.com We had an incredible Google+ Hangout. Blessing’s five-year-old daughter stole the show when she told us about some of her favorite travel destinations. If you missed it, don’t forget to download the full transcript here and click the play button above to get…

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48 Hours in Kuala Lumpur


During my near three week stint in Bali, I figured I should hop over to another country to make the most of my 24 hours of travel EACH WAY. Cheap flights continue to guide my travels, which led me to…

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February 27, 2017


Inside the New National African American Museum


On Wednesday, I had the distinct pleasure of taking part of media day at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, a museum that was 101 years in the making. The concept can be traced back to…

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September 16, 2016


How To Travel More – Major Keys!


Today the long anticipated and much hyped DJ Khaled album, Major Key dropped. As I type this article, I am listening to the album and it is LIT! If you follow Dj Khaled on snapchat you’ve learned a thing or two…

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July 29, 2016


Five Things to Do in Cuba


This week’s announcement of American Airlines flights from the US to Cuba, all ports EXCEPT Havana, has the internet abuzz and the preverbal credit card swiping across the country. For many Americans, Cuba is unchartered territory being that the US government forbade…

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June 25, 2016


Cusco and Machu Picchu in 72 hours


Peru is at the top of many people’s bucket lists and for good reason. Between Machu Picchu, the unique Andean culture, Lake Titicaca and the urban bliss of Lima, there is much to explore in this South American gem. While 72…

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May 4, 2016


4 African Trips to Take in 2016


Originally published on We Are Africa Uganda  – The Pearl of Africa In 1907 Winston Churchill called Uganda the Pearl of Africa, and for good reason. The East African nation is on CNN’s list of places to visit for 2016.…

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May 2, 2016


5 Countries to Visit Where the Dollar is Strong


During the past year we have seen the dollar become much stronger against other currencies. While for some this means a bump in the value of varied investments, for me it means that traveling to some amazing destinations is now…

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April 6, 2016


Celebrating Global Blackness, Thanks Beyonce!


Unless you were under a rock on Saturday you were fortunate to have viewed Beyonce’s newest video Formation which celebrates all things black including her love for hot sauce and a simple request to “stop shooting us.” As if dropping this…

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February 8, 2016


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My 10 Favorite “Shithole Countries”

If you have not heard by now, the president of the United States of America, while in a meeting discussing a bipartisan immigration deal inside of the White House, made the following remarks, “Why do we want all these people

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7 Reasons Adulting is the Worst!

I just turned 33. I am not sure how that happened because I still feel like I’m in my mid 20s, and I would like to think my face also looks like it is still in its mid-20s. While I

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In Seminyak? Dash to Dash Hotel

On what was to be a two and a half week trip in Bali, I had not put together a schedule prior to my arrival to this mystical island. My days and movements were dictated by suggestions of friends and

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How to Spend Your Tax Refund on Travel

Originally posted on Blavity.com It’s that time of year again — tax season. The U.S. government graciously gave us an extra weekend to toil over those receipts, W2s, and 1099s this year as you have until April 18th, refund checks

Read More »

Mission Expat: How to Launch Your Global Career

Originally posted on Travelnoire.com We had an incredible Google+ Hangout. Blessing’s five-year-old daughter stole the show when she told us about some of her favorite travel destinations. If you missed it, don’t forget to download the full transcript here and click the play button above to get

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