My Summer 17 Must-Haves

It’s almost mid-week and I hope everyone has been blessed with a great week so far and for those who are facing challenges keep yah head up ❤ So, It’s officially summer and I know everybody is excited with every sunshine causing the most beautiful beach days of the year. With the new season upon […]

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4 Ways to keep you hydrated all summer long

(In my Ding Dong voice)  ” Di summer is back back back….Di summer is hatt hatt hatt  We turning up aye we turning up  Aye its a holidayyy-ayyy ayee aye aye aye Aye it’s a sunny dayyy-ayy aye aye aye It’s a nice sunny evening, a cool afternoon Nobady has to work no nobady goes […]

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Natural Soap Bars

With a shower like this you’ll definitely need the right soap 😊 A healthy lifestyle not only includes what you put in your body, it also involves what you put on your body! Taking care of my body inside and out is so important. One way I do so is by using natural organic soap […]

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History on Caribbean Celebrations

​Hey lovelies hope everyone is having a great week so far😊. So I’m back with another carnival post….Yes I love carnival and its still carnival season😁. Carnival in some people’s eyes is all just about wearing the prettiest outfit and bomb ass makeup.  Carnival in the West Indies in recent times is dying mainly because of its commercialization. I […]

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Haitian Flag Day

Haiti or Ayiti is the first country to become an Independent Black Republic from the successful 1804 Haitian Revolution slave revolt. Haiti is located in the West Indies and is part of the island called Hispaniola shared with the Dominican Republic. In honor of Haitian Flag Day, here are 6 facts about the Haitian Flag  […]

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 Stress Relieving Strategies

​ This thing called stress is a serious thing and can do alot of harm to the body. In today’s society it’s seen as something that we should just accept and carry on. Controlling stress involves taking into consideration your thoughts, what you put into your body and your everyday interaction and routines. Dealing with stress […]

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Dexta Daps ‘Owner’ Short Film

Yuh see due to how mi nuh able 😁😩 make mi start out by saying: This program is rated X and is intended only for viewing by adults, over the age of 18. Recording dancehall artiste Dexta Daps released the visuals to his single ‘Owner’. Now, Dexta daps is well known for his hit single […]

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Editor’s Picks

​African art holds alot of meaning in the villages and communities that curated them. The precision, technique and mastery of these crafted items were and still are innovative and before their time.  Binga Basket This is a traditional beautifully woven handmade plate by women. It is typically made from fiber such as seaweed or Iala […]

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Hon. Marcus Mosiah Garvey 

​Jamaican born national hero, Hon. Marcus Mosiah Garvey is one of the greatest human beings to have ever lived. He founded  the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League and the Black Star Line ship. A ship that is aimed at the return of African back to the homeland. His Pan-African philosophy and ideals […]

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Met Gala 2017 Recap

Hey lovelies, hope everyone is having a good day so far. So, the holy grail of fashion events went down lastnight…..Yes, the Met Gala! It is a major annual fundraising event geared towards benefitting the Metropolitan Museum of Arts Costume Institute. The yearly celebration is themed and celebrities and attendies alike are expected to wear […]

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