‘Crying Out’ | The Song, Music Video and Call

“Breaking news every day / could give you the blues / oh, the pain. Through it all, we must pray, keep the faith because love never fails, no / So many aching hearts / so many struggle with pain from the past, don’t you worry / It’s not gonna last / Only love will live […]

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10 Healthy Herbal Tea Tonics | Steep & Sip Ideas

I really enjoy hot drinks, at any time of day or night and it’s always a surprise when someone casually mentions that they don’t like or drink them at all. They could have a merciless stomach ache and rather try a costly man-made pill with a scroll of side effects than God-gifted ginger that grows […]

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The Art Of Roti-Making | Paratha Process With Pics 

It usually starts on an early morning; the art of roti making for me. In this post, we’re highlighting paratha in particular. Paratha is a flaky, layered kind of flatbread that can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, dinner and as a snack. It’s indigenous to Indian cuisine and usually accompanied by a combination of fillings […]

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Autumn Visit To Kew Gardens | London | Photo tour

Recently, I had the chance to visit Kew Gardens, home to the largest temperate greenhouse in the world – located in London. After a few peaceful yet stimulating hours of strolling through beautiful gardens, walking amidst huge and textured trees, birdwatching by a pond, visiting the Marianne North art exhibition, taking pics during purposeful pauses, […]

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5 Salad Ideas For Healthy and Light yet Filling Lunches

Anyone else have days when you want to eat something light, fresh, healthy and (mostly) un-cooked for lunch? Salads can make light yet filling lunches and be more than a miscellaneous colourful addition to a hot meal, tucked away at the side of a plate. With a little innovation, adding different combinations of flavours, textures, […]

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Growing and Storing Food At Home by: Julia Benn (Guest Post)

Today’s theme is fast-becoming a hot topic around the map. Gardening – growing and storing food, to be precise. Along with being a means of producing food in front of our very eyes and enhancing our physical and mental health, gardening can also lead to a lighter shopping bill at harvest time, provision at home […]

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Your Purpose, Priorities, Personality and Pace | Making The Connection

When you think about your purpose, priorities, personality and pace, what does the design of your day and rhythm of life look like? Are those areas harmonizing well or is there some friction or conflict in the mix? We’re all works in progress and this isn’t a quiz but if you’re like me, you do […]

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Family and Community Through The Eyes Of A Traveler by: Rachelle J. Gray (Guest Post)

Today’s guest in the ‘Celebrate A Sister‘ series is a beloved sistren of mine. We’ve shared the stage as part of a dance group in Barbados, lived in the same countryside parish for years, and had many deep conversations and creative collaborations. Through Rachelle’s gift for writing and photography she ushers us along her sojourn […]

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“Wake Up Call” | The Message, Song & Music Video

Have you ever had to or been asked to wake someone else up at a certain time? If it was a regular thing, was it easy or always effortless? Maybe you dodged some wild and sleepy punches or were met with a musty mood, a grumble, eye rolls or glaring eyes here and there. Well, […]

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