Here we go again. I made it into the  Top 15 for #BreakTheNet. Woohoo! I want to share with you some of the EXTERNAL and INTERNAL experience that goes on behind-the-scenes of making the videos, hanging out with the awesome comedian Donovan Goliath and getting up close and personal with the language of ‘competing’.  



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I’m a #selfie girl in a #selfie world

How I hit a mid- selfie –crisis:


It all started when I was on set for a commercial shoot. There was another actress who was taking copious amounts of selfie’s while in make-up. The make-up artist, annoyed and pressed for time, asked the actress: “Will you please not include me in all your instagram pictures!!”. The actress responded with a fiery: “This is part of my job, recently I lost out on work because I didn’t have enough Instagram followers and I’m making sure that that’ll never happen again.” Snap-snap!

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Have you heard of the Mountains of Kong?


Situated in West Africa, this vast Mountain Range is beautifully illustrated in maps dating back to the Sixteenth Century (1798-1892). For almost 100 years these mountains were considered as an obstacle and boundary between the Niger River and the Atlantic. Thus blocking all commerce between Europe and the rest of Africa. What is fascinating about the Kong Mountains is that they only existed in the imaginations of explorers, mapmakers and traders.

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Some philosophical life lessons on crawling…

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My little nephew is visiting us from Dubai. He’s just over 8 months old and learning how to crawl. On Friday it was two crawls and then he’d fall on his bum. Saturday he made three crawls…bum. Today he’s a crawler. And quite the mover. Every day he’s learning one new discovery on his journey of becoming an interactive human being. It’s quite incredible to see. In the mean time I’ve taken some philosophical life lessons from his crawling adventures.


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