Saturday the 28th of June 2018 was a beautiful day. I saw the She Leads Africa (SLA): The Lafiya Lifestyle Expo poster on another blogger’s timeline, so I got the event info and paid for my ticket immediately. At this stage of my blogging career, I always like to take advantage of events and opportunities that add value to my life as well as create platforms for networking.
|had to change into these when I noticed it was quite difficult to walk on heels in a grassy area. thanks to @mindofamaka|
She Leads Africa (SLA): The Lafiya Lifestyle Expo Experience
It was filled with events. There were several classes which I can’t keep up with, but I will mention the one I attended.
Staying Financially Healthy by @adetolaov
Diet & Health: Beyond the basics by Onyinye of @vibesbyonyinye
Career Woman On the Go by @allthingsadohr
She talked about the importance of taking time out to love yourself and do things that make you happy irrespective of your busy schedule. Women generally get carried away with the responsibility of taking care of everyone else but themselves; from hubby/boyfriend, kids, help, in-laws, staff, etc. We were reminded once again that ‘health is wealth’ and we need to take care of our mind, body and soul while running our successful businesses or holding up our respective jobs.
Here are some photos…
So this is the second event I’m attending this year, and I hope to attend some more. personal development and networking is key aspect to life and business. As much as I am more of an indoor person, I really appreciate the steps I’m taking, one event at a time, to put myself out there. I hope it also helps me achieve the much-needed growth I need as a blogger and entrepreneur.