VLOG| A Day In The Garden, Making Provision CookUp & Outdoor Coaching Session

Hiya, hope you’re having a light day or evening. Today’s post is a video that I hope is both relaxing and encouraging for you. When you work from home, tending to the garden also serves as an outdoor activity that can help you be refreshed when you go inside again. It’s a change of scenery […]

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Relaxing Sunset Views on the west of Barbados

Hiya, sharing a sunset slideshow with you, for some visual refreshment. Sometimes, just taking a moment to observe beautiful and relaxing scenery – even in (amateur) photo-form, can inspire a full breath and release of stress. That’s what I hope these pics coming up will do for you…   have a light rest of the […]

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Weaning off plastic and making better Eco-friendly decisions

Plastic is a problem. It’s a lot like gluten – almost everywhere and in a whole lot of things. As I become more aware of just how serious this plastic problem is, and how it affects the earth, step by step I’m making a point to get educated on the topic of sustainability and make […]

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Finding Serenity moments amidst commercial spaces

One of the things that’s beautiful about Barbados, is how greenery makes up a big part of the scenery, even in commercial areas. Now, whether that’s recognized, appreciated, or celebrated, is a whole other thing, but from observation while along walks and drives around the island, you’ll at some point pass gifts in creation: pretty […]

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When you live where some vacation

Browns Beach 🏝 in Barbados. Life on an island means water close by, in some form or another. Oddly enough, ‘Bim’ is noted as a water-scarce island though it’s literally surrounded by an ocean of water, and decorated with (hopefully still) fresh-water springs but we’ll leave that to another post. Today, we’re talking seawater at […]

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Evening birdsongs {Audio}

From early in the morning, the sound of their singing floats through the open window and enters the room. It lets me know a new day has come and the sun is out. On rainy days, their songs are few and far between; they’re still there – only more sporadic. In the evening, birdsongs are […]

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Sea grape season in Barbados

It’s soon sea grape season. In Barbados, apples, and oranges, peaches are often in abundance in the supermarket, but seasonal fruits are a favourite among the people. With each season comes a new fruit (sometimes in 2s and 3s.) On the heels of a lovely mango season that’s now rounding off, we get ready to […]

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