It has been so long! I hope you are safe and COVID-19 free. This year has been a scene from a blockbuster movie. I have been trying my best to keep positive and stay strong but I have dealt with some hard blows. Since the pandemic, I lost my uncle and that CHANGED my life … Continue reading MOVIES DURING A PANDEMIC
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Long time no see! So about 3 years ago I made a Jamaica Travel Wish list (see the list here) and while spring cleaning the blog I decided to update you all on the progress of the list. Since the post, I managed to visit only four of the spots: Cane River Falls, Bull Bay, … Continue reading UPDATE: My Jamaica Road Trip Wishlist
I have always wanted to visit Strawberry Hill Hotel but I never seemed to ever get the chance. While my cousin was visiting I decided to take a chance and call Strawberry Hill to inquire the possibility of visiting the property for purposes other than brunch or dinner or a staycation. I was pleasantly surprised … Continue reading Drinks at Strawberry Hill Hotel, St. Andrew
It's summer time and I decided to take my post back to where it all started... travel experiences around the island. The first adventure takes us to a beautiful off the beaten path gem called Cane River Falls. Cane River Falls I visited Cane River Falls earlier but the change in my schedule did not … Continue reading Cane River Falls Sunday Par
When I made the decision to transition from an office job to the classroom I was to everyone else’s surprise looking for an escape...I know with this generation of children I sound insane for saying that; but coming from a toxic work culture I was dying for any relief. If you have read my older … Continue reading Lessons learned working as a Part-Time Teacher for a year
I was tagged by the beautiful As Told By Nella and though it took me almost a month to upload this POST (THANK YOU LIFE COMMITMENTS) I am more than happy to do this tag. I love the original Vogue videos and I am super excited about these questions so here we go.... 1.What are … Continue reading 73 Vogue-inspired Questions
Hello...Is there anyone out there? It has been a good minute since I have even ventured here. I love blogging but I needed a break to deal with life. Three months ago I resigned my full time job (of 6 years) to take up a part-time job. It may not have been the best financial … Continue reading It’s been awhile…
If many of us got a preview of what 10 years in the future looked like we would surely approach our present very different. I try not to live with regrets but whenever I am sitting in any form of public transportation I usually get a bit melancholy about some of the silly financial mistakes … Continue reading 5 Financial Lessons… I wish I heeded in my 20’s
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The city lights of Kingston flickered as if it was anxiously awaiting having its stories being shared at 6B Skyline Drive. While she anxiously waited, the mood was much lighter as movie enthusiasts and creatives filled every corner of Skyline Levels for New Wave’s Movie Night. Blankets, pillows, and folding chairs lined every corner creating an intimate atmosphere to witness the cinematic genius about to unfold.
The night’s agenda saw the viewing of three films, Nile Saulter’s “Fever Dream“, the premiere of Joshua Paul’s short film “Kinto“, and the feature presentation by Storm Saulter’s “Better Mus’ Come“. At 9PM the lights dimmed to usher in the first short film, “Fever Dream“. The 12 minute film shared the endeavours of a Scrap Metal Collector whom though…
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Ever scroll through Instagram and see some breath-taking shots of The Pitons in St. Lucia or Store Bay in Tobago & thought when am I going to be able to experience that? Well here are five ways to help you travel the Caribbean on a budget! Conferences Whether through church, work or a service club, … Continue reading Travelling the Caribbean on a Budget