Art Takes Time {Encouragement For The Creative Entrepreneur}

Art takes time… …so does building and maintaining a business, and sometimes it’s easy to get carried away with one or both when you’re riding an inspirational wave, taking care of client work while forgetting to tend to your own personal growth, walking through a challenging season, chasing dollars, busy being busy, or scrolling away […]

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Freelancer Workflow – Blogging And Vlogging From Bridgetown, Barbados {Video}

Bridgetown

Hey y’all, here’s an easy-to-watch video sharing a bit of Bridgetown while on my workflow during a full week. Right after, there’s a list of freelancer business tips from lessons learned while mostly working from home in this season. Little question so we can get better acquainted: are you from Barbados or have you ever […]

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Growing In Gratitude Wherever We’re Planted {Video}

Hi there, in today’s video post I’m sharing two things: a bit on my quest to grow in gratitude daily an invitation to join the joy journey and hop on the thankfulness train starting right where you are As I mentioned a few times here and on IG, this blog started in a tough season […]

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Keeping Up With Content For Your Blog

Hiya. Today, on the menu we’ve got a short video with encouragement and tips on how to create content consistently for your blog. It’s one thing to start and launch a blog and a whole other thing to keep it consistent – keep content flowing and then beyond mapping, writing, and publishing that content, to take […]

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Q & A ~ Picking a Platform & Setting Your Pace {Podcast}

Hiya, in today’s podcast post, I’m answering this week’s three most frequently-asked questions by entrepreneurial ladies who’ve been sharing their goals and challenges with navigating social media. Listen to audio HERE How do you keep up with social media? reply: It’s more about the tempo you set your social media rhythm to. Is it danceable? I’m […]

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Street Food review: Trini ‘doubles’ in Barbados

What are they? I’m so glad you asked! ‘Doubles‘ are a popular savoury pastry, originating in Trinidad & Tobago. Tucked inside two flaps of soft yet supple fried flat bread called “bara,” are curry channa peas (chick or garbanzo peas) topped with delicious garnishes of spicy cucumber, tamarind chutney, and pepper sauce. Wooo-weee! Wrapped in […]

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The Barbados I sea

There’s a reason the planet is made up of mostly water. Fresh air, the beach and seawater stimulate good health, inspire gratitude, more purposeful breathing, a lighter brighter attitude and serves as a reminder of the magnificence of Creation.

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