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MyBreakingViews| Travel Vlog – New York

Hey beautiful people,

Welcome to my New York Vlog. It has been a while, yes I know and I am very sorry! So much has been happening and I actually can’t wait to catch up with every single one of you! So I recently went to the “Land of the Free World” for my Birthday!!! I started with New York the BIG APPLE and then made my way to other states which you will see in other vlogs/blogs so stayyyy tuned Viewers & don’t forget to subscribe!

The video is relatively short so I will say in advance to get a light snack; I am deeply sorry that not all were recorded but my phone kept dying on 83% – annoying right?! However, Christmas is coming up so it might be that I need to invest in a camera for My “amazing” Breaking Viewers?! Any suggestion on a good camera leave a comment below and tell me if you would prefer Houston or New Orleans vlog first?!

Also head over to: MyBreakingViews Travel Diaries : Coachella

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‘If You Are Not A Doctor, Lawyer, Accountant Or Engineer, You Don’t Have A Good Job’!

Before we get into this, I will like to thankfully say that this has never been said to me directly. I mean, of course, my parents (mother mostly) did try to encourage me to study law at university. I decided to study what I was passionate about – Politics; and I even went further to add International Politics. I mean, I just wasn’t interested in getting into Law or medicine as a profession (mainly because I suck at Science). I always thought I could still study Law in the future and get the good job mummy wanted. If I really really wanted to, and even now I know I really do not want to. 

What’s my point here? 

Well, my point is this. Traditionally and culturally, we are made to believe that if you are not a Lawyer, Accountant, Doctor or Engineer. You do not have a good enough job! This is absolute nonsense! There are so many other jobs in the world that are just are highly or even more important/valuable/ profitable. For example (IT, Entertainment, etc, for example) but which some people mentally believe are not prestigious enough because they don’t fall into one of the four above. 

I’m very lucky that God has blessed me with my own head on my own shoulders; taught me to follow my passion rather than the logic/dogma of those who are not living my life. Now don’t get me wrong. I think those professions are absolutely amazing! And if you can get into and have a deep devotion to them, go right ahead! What I’m trying to say is. Never ever allow anyone to tell you that your own choices are wrong for you. Especially if you know that what you have chosen is exactly what you want.

Live your Life

My opinion is: always follow your dreams and do exactly what you want. If you don’t, you may, in fact, end up living someone else’s life. Rather than your own – and you may never, ever attain your full potential, find fulfilment or happiness!

Read: Why Let Society Dictate When You Get Married?

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50 Perfect Travel Quotes For Your Instagram Posts..

Have you taken an amazing picture and have been stuck for a good decent caption?!?! To me words and images are extremely powerful. They have the power to shift perspectives and ignite change in not only your character but your view on travelling.

Here is a collection of 50 travelling quotes to not only inspire you to travel, but to also give you a caption for your pictures when exploring the world!

These quotes are from old to modern-day sayings which I have caught on the net. Let these words inspire you to live the life you’ve always wanted. If you like these quotes, please do not hesitate to use or share them around.

1.TRAVELLING. It leaves you SPEECHLESS, then turns you into a STORYTELLER. – IBN BATTUTA

2. To travel is to discover that everyone is wrong about other countries. – ALDOUS HUXLEY

3. Take a tripe ALONE don’t miss the opportunity to learn SOMETHING about YOURSELF. – Anonymous

4. The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page. -Saint Augustine

5. Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do, than by the ones you did do. – Mark Twain

6. Who lives sees much. Who travels sees more. – Arab Proverb

7. We travel not to escape life, but for live not to escape us. – Anonymous

8. Once in a while, it really hits people that they don’t have to experience the world in the way they have been told to. – Alan Keightley

9. Walk your own path and be yourself. – Joanne Nussbaum

10. I haven’t been everywhere, but it’s on my list. – Susan Sontag

11. Life is a great adventure or nothing. – Helen Keller

12. Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy the world. – Gustauve Flaubert

13. Fill your life with experiences, not things. Have stories to tell not stuff to show. – Anonymous

14. Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and sufferings can the soul be strengthened ambition inspired and success achieved. – Helen Keller

15. Travel… the best way to be lost…and found… all at the same time. – Brenna Smith

16. Once a year, go someplace you’ve never been before. – Anonymous

17. You don’t have to be rich to travel well. – Eugene Fodor

18. When overseas you learn more about your own country than you do the place you’re visiting. – Clint Borgen

19. Since life is short and the world is wide, the sooner you start exploring it then better. – Simon Raven

20. Investment in travel is an investment in yourself. – Matthew Karsten

21. Then you will go safely on your way, and you will not hurt your foot. When you lie down, you will not be afraid. As you lie there, your sleep will be sweet. Proverbs 3:23-24

22. You do not travel if you are afraid of the unknown. You travel for the unknown, that reveals you within yourself. – Ella Maillart

23. Not all those who wander are lost. – J.R.R Tolkien

24. I read; I travel I become. – Derek Walkott

25. Collect moments not things. – Anonymous

26. It’s good to have an end to journey toward; but it is the journey that matters, in the end. – Ernest Hemingway

27. I meat a lot of people in Europe. I even encountered myself. – James Baldwin

28. Everyone needs an opportunity to discover, or rediscover, what God gave them. – Russell Simmons

29. Take one memories, leave only footprints. – Chief Seattle

30. People take different roads seeking fulfilment and happiness. Just because they’re not on your road does not mean they are lost. – Dalai Lama

31. Wonder is the beginning of wisdom. – Socrates

  32. Travel far enough, you meet yourself. – David Mitchell

33. Constantly think about how you could be doing things better and questioning yourself. – Elon Musk

34. If your goal does not scare and excite you at the same time, the goal is probably too small. – Bob Proctor

35. The life you have led doesn’t need to be the only life you have. -Anna Quindlen

36. Every exit is an entry somewhere else. – Ton Stoppard

37. If you think adventure is dangerous, try routine; it’s lethal. – Paulo Coelho

38. A great way to learn about your country is to leave it. – Henry Rollins

39. Most of the time, beauty lies in the simplistic of things. – Winna Efendi

40. Adventure is worthwhile. – Aesop

41. You’ll never know unless you go. – Rob Lloyd

42. People travel to faraway places to watch, in fascination, the kind of people they ignore at home. – Dagobert D. Runes

43. Ones destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things. – Henry Miller

44. If you come to a fork in the fold, take it. Yogi Berra

45. Travel is never a matter of money, but if courage. – Paulo Coelho

46. Refuse to let the world corrupt you. James 1:27

47. I don’t think of all the misery but the beauty that still remains. Anne Frank

48. Jobs fill your pocket, adventures fill your soul. – Jamie Lyn Beatty

49. The world awaits you.

50. God created the world and I choose to see it. Adebola Showemimo (me)

Have a travel quote you want to share with everybody that isn’t listed above? Share it in the comments below.

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How Happy Are You?

I loved this quote because it seems like everyone is doing everything to tick of a grocery list,  rather than asking the simple question? How happy are you?

Am I happy?

It’s scary; everyone in this world is living and surviving for this simple fact, that we have no other choice but to live. So many people are living for fame, for popularity, for friendship and to simply be accepted, which is honestly a shame. I ask you are you happy with this lifestyle and how long do you think you can keep this lifestyle up? Most of the key motivational speakers will say that – “Materialistic things cannot buy happiness”, yet so many young people, (except a few) I see around myself are trying to hunt for this happiness in these very things, but even those few have yet succeeded into finding their own happiness? Why is this? Why are you not happy with the life you already have? What is it that you are missing in your life that will make you truly happy with where you are?

What does happy mean?

I recently did a search on Oxford dictionary for the true meaning of “Happy” the answer was “Feeling or showing pleasure or contentment

It’s a pretty straight forward meaning don’t you think? When we express feelings of pleasure or contentment from ourselves, it means we are happy. How often do you feel like this? Do you feel like something is missing? Does your happiness come from natural things or do you have to have materialistic things to show the world that you are happy? When you realise that is all you have to offer is the latest designer, doesn’t that bother you? It will most certainly bother me if people didn’t see me for who I am rather than my social status. People like that no longer exist in my life thank God. Why because people don’t realise all this stuff fades away and when you are away from this world, you remove yourself from the lies and fake that people portray to the world.

Two weeks ago I decided, I needed a break from the social media world; I needed to recognise that I was blessed and happy within myself. Now don’t get me wrong I knew all this already, sometimes I think you can get stuck in this world and see what everyone else has, things you don’t have and think to yourself if I had these things I might just be happy.


You should be happy with where your life is and where it is going; if you don’t like where it is and where it is going you most definitely need to consider changing it. It might be simple things like, your attitude, the people around you, your environment – the list goes on but the first step is recognising that you need to find happiness within yourself.

I am no expert in telling people how to live their lives and finding happiness and I most certainly still have things I need to change about myself, nevertheless I can honestly say I have never been so happy in a long time with myself. I know myself and the people I have around me. They are genuine people with good hearts. I feel that my life can only go upwards from here and I truly believe that. Of course there will be hiccups along the way, but I know with the strength of God, I will overcome any issue that comes my way.

Life is very simple; sometimes we just over complicate life so much. I am a huge victim of this. Yes there will be problems, they will be hard times, but look around you, and recognise there are many things in life to appreciate.

The problem with all of us is, we try to look for happiness in others, and rather, we ourselves should be the very source of happiness. We have to fill our souls spiritually and mentally happy and completely move on with life without any expectations from others. Don’t expect but give and go on and have a little faith, happiness will come back to you in many ways you can’t imagine!

Just remember life isn’t a grocery list, life is for living and as I will always say “you must live your best life”

What does happiness mean to you? Have you found your own happiness?


Read also: Why Let Society Dictate When You Get Married?

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It’s summer & I hope you are all doing really well… (you can tell I love the sun right?) I know it’s been a while, but I did say I would be back here and there! Anyways…. I went to The First Black British Bloggers Social event @BB_Bloggers and finally met the founder! There was also a number of amazing bloggers, vloggers, podcasters and black business owners! It was a great chance to meet people, network and learn about building your platform and others! Enjoy the vlog lovely peeps! P.S I deleted some of the videos so not the all of the event is there but you get the drift!

What I was wearing to Black British Bloggers Social Event:




Speakers at the event:

Jay Curlture ~

Ronke Lawal ~…

Ade Akins ~

Nicola Millington ~ https://marketingwithlove.wordpress.c…

Yvette Henry ~

Tatenda Ubuntugraphy~ @ubuntugraphy

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Read also: BE YOUR #1 FAN

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AmeriKKKa | 90s Baby Show

I went to the Black Lives Matter March. For me it was fresh and on my mind – listen to me discuss the issues that are happening still in 2016! “It ain’t safe in AmeriKKKa, as matter of fact it ain’t safe in most places in the world for black people.

Why don’t we just go back to Africa where we are the majority and accepted?
Must be like or enjoy what’s happening to us right?

THEY keep saying All Lives Matter, but black ones clearly don’t. What people need to understand is Black Lives Matter is not created to make one race feel more superior than another. its actually a battle for equality.

In this episode we draw on some memorable speeches and interviews from the past and give our own take on things with Guest from here and America

How confused we are.
How annoyed we are.
How stressed we are.
How scared we are.

But we are sure God has a plan. Will non-violent protests help, will violent protests make things worse.

We pose the question: Riot or March? is it time to pick up a sign or pick up a Brick and launch it through the nearest shop window?

There has to be a light at the end of this racist tunnel. Making our lives better will not make THEIR lives worse”

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