How To Write Articles From Recorded Audio Interviews | Tips & Steps

So you drafted those questions, booked your guest, had that meeting, and recorded audio from the conversation. Now it’s time to filter and compress all that info and produce it as a written article. What turned into an hour-long talk now has to be expressed in a limited amount of words and completed by a […]

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Alleviate Some Stress By Nurturing Your Gifts {Encouragement}

What do you feel when you’re nurturing one of your gifts or doing a hobby you enjoy. It could be drawing something, sewing a cushion, doing a workout, painting the cupboards or spending time in the garden – what and how do you feel in the process? Peace? Exhilaration? Zest? Tranquility? I went to town […]

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Refreshing your Creative Process & Overcoming Overwhelm

Have you ever noticed that rushing around and being frazzled drains the fountain of creativity? We all have different things ‘on our plate’ to tend to and the pace that works well for you might reap different results for someone else, but it’s important to monitor the tempo of the tasks in our lives. Instead […]

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A Visit to a Community Health Fair | Composting session at Recycle Haynesville

What do you do with your fruit peels? Over the weekend, I went to โ€˜Recycle Haynesvilleโ€™ – a health-fair, coordinated by Barbados Red Cross, that brought the community together with a family-friendly event on a bright Saturday afternoon. At the dawn of a national drive for a “Plastic-free 2020” officially starting April 1st, Barbadians are […]

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A Conversation About Content & Thanksgiving

On this morning’s walk, I had an unexpected conversation with a neighbour, about content. This neighbour is now retired from what would commonly be described as a ‘biggup’ or fancy job with an international hotel chain, in many locations – countries and islands. Life, for them, used to be very fast-paced and it featured all […]

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10 Activities You Can Do At Home To Promote Patience & Proactivity

Our mindset makes a huge impact on our approach to what otherwise might seem mundane, but necessary. Think about your daily or weekly to-dos at home; which ones are the most frequent and which seem the most tedious (at the moment)? The contents of our lives may be different but there are some tasks that […]

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Caribbean Cooking, Yard Work & Fitness (Working From Home)

Whether you work from home or in a group setting, depending on the nature of your career, you can spend a lot of time sitting. Work-from-home-wise, things like pattering around the kitchen, stretching, going for a walk, doing strength-training or a workout, gardening, help keep the body moving and circulation flowing properly during the day, […]

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Encouragement For Aspiring Bloggers

Are you called to blog but are feeling a bit nervous about the process or overwhelmed by the idea of being consistent with your writing? Here’s some sisterly encouragement (and maintenance tips) for you. We can have all the free resources, tech tools and planning apps, but one thing is for sure: mindset, mission and […]

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4 Calm Things to do (without your phone) while waiting in lines

What do you do while waiting in line? What did we do before travelling with a phone (a mini-computer) in your purse or pocket was a thing, and why do we do we reach for phones so often, like sharp shooters in a Western? Restlessness? The awareness that we can actually now talk to others, […]

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