A mini-holiday at sweet SunBay Hotel (Barbados)

Hiya, hope your week’s started on a bright note and if it happens to be a tough time for you, that refreshment is right around the corner or even just a breath away. This weekend, I had a mini-holiday at SunBay Hotel, on the south coast of Barbados. It was a light writing assignment (this) that […]

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Toronto travel diary (Part2) – Food, Flowers & Festival

Here’s Part 2 of the video on my Toronto trip earlier in July. I went for the “Barbados on The Water” Festival for two events as a part of Spice & Co. , and along with the sound checks, meeting and mini rehearsal, made some time to enjoy the sunrise, walk around and explore some serenity […]

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Moving to a new home in 7 steady & somewhat sweaty steps

Moving can require a lot of energy, but it can also be a muscle-building, clutter-busting power workout and decorating adventure. It isn’t that I’ve gotten moving ‘down to a T,’ or that it’s a sweet walk in the park, but as a girl, my family moved 5 times, and since then (in between lots of […]

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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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How modes and means of travel build entrepreneurial endurance (Part I)

How do you travel?  Some walking, some driving? Part walking, and sometimes by van, bus, or taxi? Strictly fly first-class and shuttled by limo? Do you notice any changes in your character as you travel one way or another? Along my journey, and throughout my music career, I’ve travelled by various modes of  transportation. Growing […]

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GRATITUDE booster: pump up the joy!

Have you ever looked around and within, and realized you have a lot to be grateful for? Maybe you struggle with gratitude most during challenging seasons, moments of confrontation, and unexpected trials. Thankfulness is a daily exercise for all of us. Our attitude of gratitude often wavers, and we celebrate most when things we desire […]

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Tree Tips for Tropical Travelers: manchineel

The manchineel (also know as “beach apple” or Hippomane mancinella), is a yellowish-green fruit that is not to be consumed. Both the sap from the tree/bark/leaves and the fruit itself are poisonous and it’s not advisable to linger under the tree when it’s raining. This seaside or mangrove tree can grow as a bush or […]

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Creation sights 🌴 📽🎞

From the vibrant Seawater on the east coast and birds searching for food along the shore, to hiking views and fishing boat arrivals by the jetty, this video playlist celebrates the simply beautiful moments of Creation, as seen in Barbados. Contact sound library

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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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