From Corporate Finance to Professional Basketball Player in Australia: How This Black Girl from Inglewood California Made the Leap Abroad
In episode 25, I interview Valerie Weyland (formerly Valerie Ogoke). Valerie is an explorer at heart, always open to what life may bring. She is a business owner, meditation facilitator, health + wellness coach, and a reiki healer.
In episode 24 of Black Broads Abroad I interview Meryanne Loum-Martin. Merryanne lives in Marrakech, Morrocco where she owns and operates a boutique hotel called “Jnane Tamsna” for almost 20 years.
Looking for the perfect destination for your trip? Then you are in the right place. For a Black woman, traveling the world solo can be intimidating. From planning your trip to landing in a new destination, feelings of excitement can also be mixed with anxiety. Maneuvering through the
According to a study by International Living, more African Americans are getting rid of their possessions and heading abroad to retire or resettle. This is due to lower living costs in some countries, improved climates, and the urge to explore other parts of the world.
Every year thousands of people decide to move to other countries for work, love, or fun. Many choose vastly different countries from their own to experience other cultures, while some decide to play it a bit safer and opt for places with cultures similar to their
Why This Retired Army Sergeant Pulled Her Children Out Of Their Hollywood Acting Careers And Moved To Ghana
In episode 22, of Black Broads Abroad I interview, Tiffany Clark. Tiffany aka Yaa ahgee-mahn Opambour, Ohenee’ Yere’, is a retired disabled war veteran, that materialized her goal of leaving the “United” States in 2019.