I have realized that sometimes you have to be silent and disconnect from outside influences to be able to reconnect to your inner self and tap into purpose and creativity.
In 2019 I have promised myself some solitude and time thinking about what is next for me creatively. This means a break from social media activities among other things. This will be my last post for 12 months and I plan to not post to my social media profiles or YouTube during that time. I want to come back and connect with you beautiful people in a better way.
You are all loved and appreciated. See you in 12 months.
Lizards Dance & Boys Fight on the way to the mall in Kampala Uganda. #vlog #africa
Vlog: Lizards Dance & Boys Fight.
Walking to the mall in Kampala, Uganda. #vlog #africa
Hi loves! We Walked to Metroplex Shopping Centre (about 3km from where we live) for the first time and went to Nakumatt which is a grocery store. We saw a very cool looking lizardy thing that did a funky little dance for us and some boys having a heated discussion about a football game. It’s such a great walk with so much to see. Come along!
Anne Kansiime http://youtube.com/user/KansiimeAnne http://kansiimeanne.ug/
We ate all the chapati and cakes in Uganda. Sorry Not Sorry! #vlog #uganda #africa
Vlog: We ate all the chapati and cakes in Uganda.
Sorry Not Sorry! #vlog #uganda #africa
Hi friends! This is a bit out of sequence as this was one of our earlier kaduuka trips. Check out out walking in our neighborhood (I even walked backwards, tricky eh!) to the kaduuka (small shop) to eat all the chapati and cakes we could! I also talk about some tricky Luganda pronunciation.
Come with us for goodies!
Random weaves, kids with water cans & palm tree roots! Walk to the corner store in Uganda.
Vlog: White Girl Gets Haircut in Africa
Come with me as I get my first haircut in Africa!
Hey loves! I went for my first haircut since before we moved from Canada at Mira’Salon at Kabira Country Club in Ntinda by Mirjana (she is so awesome BTW). If you are in UG she offers full salon services.
I’m learning how to acclimatize to life Uganda as an Expat. I definitely think it’s awesome to have the experience to live in a different country where the culture is different to your own.
Come with us as I get my hair cut and we have lunch at Kabira Country club.