What Does a Perfect African Immigrant Look Like?

Hey folks,

First of all welcome to all the new readers. I have been tickled pink by the fact that even though my writing frequency has reduced a little bit, the blog’s readership and subscribers have kept on increasing and so thanks to all of you and welcome to the new readers.

Following on from my last post about confusion and my podcast with Julia Sanna where I tried to put an african immigrant relationship manifesto together, today I thought I would go one step further and, with your help, try to carve out an African Immigrant Manifesto.

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Here’s Why It’s Confusing Being Me and It Might Be Confusing Being You Too

I exist in an extremely odd shade of gray. This post will be as the title suggests, a confused convoluted conversation about confusion. Uncensored and unedited, straight from my brain to your eyes.

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The Precise Mathematical Formula For a Happy Life


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Displaced African Review:Personal Development for Smart People by Steve Pavlina

When Steve not only sent me a review copy of his book, but also allowed me to interview him (please refer to the previous podcast) I knew I had to do something special to say thanks. So I came up with a:

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I called it:

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My 60 Minutes with the Largest Personal Development Blogger On Earth, Steve Pavlina

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Relationship Expert Julia Sanna Discusses What Every African Immigrant Ought to Know About Relationships (Part Three)

Before listening to this make sure you listen to:

a) Part one

b) Part two of the interview

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Relationship Expert Julia Sanna Discusses What Every African Immigrant Ought to Know About Relationships (Part Two)

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A Quick Word About the Displaced African Podcast

Three quick things I just wanted to mention about the Displaced African podcast:

1) I finally fixed the technical issues so you can go back and download any of the Displaced African podcasts you want.

2) Because I have fixed the podcast tech issues you can also subscribe to the Displaced African podcast on itunes and get all the latest podcasts direct to your ipod using instructions in the video below:

3) Finally, I finally got my most popular podcast, Opinions on Melbourne from Children, transcribed so you can head on over to the post and read the text version of the podcast.

Any questions and I am right here to help.

Have one of those days that’s so super, it has a hero named after it,

Mwangi

Relationship Expert Julia Sanna Discusses What Every African Immigrant Ought to Know About Relationships (Part One)

If there are two topics the Internet, including the African immigrant web, are obsessed with its relationships and sex. HUGE proportions of this blog’s traffic, controversy, friends and enemies come from relationship and sex-related articles.

With that in mind, I thought I would do the most responsible thing I could. Get someone who is an expert on relationships, especially as pertains to African immigrants and find out what she knows, what her research has uncovered and what practical tips we can take away that we can apply to make our intimate relationships magical.

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And so I called upon the years of expertise built by one Julia Sanna

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When the Deal Is Too Good Think Twice

Hey everyone, I am absolutely ecstatic that Caroline has decided to do a second guest post here on tDA. For those who haven’t read her first guest post, check out Would You Play a Game of Russian Roulette. If you would like to share your immigrant story and use this blog as a platform (thanks as always to those who have already done this), contact me and I shall see what we can do. Mwangi here signing out and leaving the floor open for Caroline Atieno

When the deal is too good think twice…

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