remote work 101 | what your employer is concerned about & how you can reassure them

Hey, y’all read that article on Fortune.com? A recent post shares some stats on employers’ thoughts about the work environment post-pandemic. 26% of business leaders believe employees will be working from home, and 25% define their biggest challenge is productivity and motivation. So, let’s address that one-time, not from a prove-them-wrong point of view; more […]

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Listening More To Love Each Other Better | Podcast Interview with Roman Mironov

Whether you live alone or you’re a part of a small or large household, good communication and healthy relationships are beneficial to us all. Good communication is important on so many levels but it can be challenging at times. Since we’re all works in progress and any given day has a buffet of variables to […]

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Scheduling well While Working From Home (Tech Talk)

A calendar is part of a time management toolkit, but it’s up to us to decide how we’ll make use of that gifted time. A calendar doesn’t make anything more important just like logging stuff on a line or in a box doesn’t actually save the date. But hey, it’s just a cool digital tool that comes in handy when scheduling. And so, let’s talk about Google Calendar

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Build Your Blog | From an Audience of 1 To 24+ Destinations

Today we’re talking about building your blog and expanding the reach of the message and content you’re sharing through it. Here are a few proactive steps you can take to increase the odds of visibility and successful connection.

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What It’s Really Like As A Creative Entrepreneur (In Barbados)

One of the most frequently asked questions by visitors to Bajans is, “how do you afford to live here?” Recently, CEO World Magazine just listed Barbados as the 12th most expensive out of 132 countries to live in. If you’re from Bim, you might have had a clue about this. The cost of living is […]

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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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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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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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5 Top Tech Tools For Your Creative Content Business

I’m writing on this tech topic with a little bit of a smile considering the electricity was off, island-wide in Barbados for about a day and a half between yesterday and today, but here goes: These are 5 tech tools (apps or platforms) that I use and recommend for managing your content business. They’re all […]

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