Skin Bleaching … Fi Look Like a Browning

“Mi proud ah mi bleaching cause mi cream it dare” sings Jamaican dancehall artiste, Lisa Hype, much to the disappointment of many. Bleaching has rapidly become the craze in the Caribbean, everyone does it including our own, Guyanese. But why? Many might argue that bleaching has to do with self improvement, having a low self […]

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Kneading Solace

There is much solace to be found in taking care of yourself. Sometimes life becomes too overwhelming forcing us to seek solace – in family, friends, the things we love and the things that can help us to relax and unwind. We all need solace and Kneading Solace can definitely take us to that tranquil […]

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Mash Crank Up

It’s only January but before you know it February will be here and with it Mashramani – and the eagerly anticipated Annual Carib Soca Monarch Competition. To get you in the mood for revelry and fun times, here are five of the newest Soca songs out for Mashramani 2014.

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Vison Boarding

I first caught wind of this activity whilst reading Necole Bitchie’s personal blog and I’ve been a fan of it since then. Setting goals are important but sometimes we lose sight of what we’re trying to achieve. I think it is for this reason that vision boarding is so important.

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Tashandra Inniss: The Drama Queen

The term Drama Queen personifies Tashandra Inniss. This Drama Queen is usually the quiet one in the room, the one who never says a word even if it bites her. She’s quite the go getter and believes in second chances. Tashandra always knew she had a knack for writing, for her there was always a […]

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