Setting Your Writing Rhythm For Your Book Or Blog | Printable

It can seem a bit overwhelming at first : but you don’t have to know every – single – thing about the entire journey to take a series of steps forward. Procrastination, temptation to compare, intimidation, insecurities, being out-down, flashbacks of former fails and feelings of being overwhelmed by tech can tug at any of us and stir up […]

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“Plant Up The Land” | Farming Conversation & New Song

Growing food is a beautiful thing. Being in creation listening to the birds singing while you water or plant something, working with your hands in the soil, tending the plants and watching them spring up and turn into food is amazing. Why grow food? Aside from the global ‘timeouts’, fluctuating curfews, cost of living in […]

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Flavour-Filled Vegetarian Meal Ideas

I really enjoy cooking – from the washing, slicing and dicing to adding spices and seasonings, to waiting on something to boil, bake, simmer, roast or lightly fry to decorating the plate and savouring or serving a meal made with love – cooking is so…cosy and fun. It’s like a moving meditation, art session and […]

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“Tears They Fall” Dub Plate Video Now On Evidence Music

Greetings, short post to share a new video but before that I hope you had or are still having a blessed day. So, “Tears They Fall” dub plate WavZ session filmed at Culture Mix is now on Evidence Music‘s YT. Here’s the link to watch it and lyrics to read. Sometimes (only some) I just […]

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Songwriter’s Journal | Page 1

Greetings, so this is the start of a series sharing about songwriting and the journey it takes you on before and beyond a song comes forth. What is it about songwriting? I’ve been writing poems and songs from childhood and though it comes naturally, that doesn’t mean it’s always easy. Some songs flow effortlessly and some […]

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Let’s Make Coconut-Curry Pumpkin & Sweet Potato Stew

Greetings, it’s been a little while – not ’cause I forgot to post or anything like that but have been traveling and recording recently, and blog writing is different from songwriting. One thrives in quiet and the other naturally fuses with pockets of stillness, pressing topics and obvious sound, sometimes at full volume. Today I […]

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Let’s Make Breadfruit Oildown

Breadfruit is a healthy, filling and delicious staple that grows on a tree in tropical places. It’s a very versatile food that can be boiled, baked, roasted, pickled or fried, and when over-ripe – even blended into drink or made into a dessert. Today, we’re boiling breadfruit, not til it’s soft enough to mash but […]

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8 Types Of Leaves And How We Can Use Them | Natural Health | Caribbean-Style

Blessed day. It’s no secret that naturally-grown (otherwise known as organic) fruits, vegetables and provisions are good for our health but a lot of the time the nutritious value of the leaves springing from these same plants don’t get as much attention as they could. This wasn’t always so, but change in the name of […]

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