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It’s all about style - and colour

Providing local beauticians direct contact with top educators in the field of cosmetology, the Bahamas Supply Agencies will add to their list of events on Monday, October 16 - with the launch of the Colour Me Matrix Hair Show.

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Gender and its implications after the winds have died

Irma has gone for good, José is still ruminating somewhere out there in the Atlantic and we still have a number of weeks left in the Atlantic Hurricane Season of 2017. That does not mean that an out-of-season storm could not churn up unexpectedly, however. At the moment we’ve all got our eye on Tropical Storm Maria which may be heading the Bahamas way.

OFF THE SPECTRUM: Life skills

Life skills are the most basic of the functional skills. They are the building blocks for a productive life. We usually acquire these skills in the first few years of life.

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Empowering women - of substance and beauty

WHILE ORGANISERS appreciate the physical beauty of the new Miss Universe Bahamas delegates - this is easily dominated by each contestant’s confidence, femininity, grace, fitness, compassion, intelligence and determination to claim her place in the wo

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Fleeing the storm of domestic violence

SOME storms in relationships can be weathered, however when it comes to unions marred by domestic violence a mandatory evacuation is what a local clinical psychologist orders.Dr Harry Ferere has studied domestic violence for decades and seen the same

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Dealing with the storms life throws at you

Despite their devastating nature, hurricanes and other such tempests can serve up some valuable life lessons. Like the importance of being proactive, making proper preparation and managing limited resources etc. But one of the greater rewards is it

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Best-selling Bahamian author weaves together history and mystery

The remainder of 2017 will be a busy time for best-selling Bahamian author Tanya R Taylor, who is releasing her 18th novel next week and preparing to add to her bibliography with a new series and a standalone drama.

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Reflections – It’s only math

“I’m late, I’m late for a very important date,” said the White Rabbit to Alice. My birthday arrived this year a whimper rather than a bang, but I was determined not to be late for the date with the rest of my life.

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MICHELLE MILLER MOTIVATIONALS: You are the change your life is waiting on

Everything changes. In a sense, change is the fundamental essence of life. There are those changes that will occur naturally, such as the changes in the seasons, the rising and setting of the sun et cetera. Then there are those changes that we can bring to our lives in an intentional way. These are the kinds of changes that we can choose to make according to the way we think and perceive the world.

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Inside Georgia’s dream world

SHE may be only 11 years old, but Eleuthera native Georgia Birkwieser is already getting serious when it comes to her aspirations of one day becoming a successful author.

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Helping domestic batterers change their behaviour

In April 2011, a 42-year-old Bahamian woman was “chopped” to death by her lover, now serving a 57-year sentence at Her Majesty’s Prison, with a cutlass that bore the message “this what cheaters get”. It was noted that the woman’s lover felt justified

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Whitney Glinton discovers her love for the environment

Many young Bahamians decide to study abroad with dreams of returning home one day and becoming a catalyst for change. For Whitney Glinton, attending Flagler College in St Augustine, Florida, opened her mind to the possibilities of making changes in h

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Bahamian author celebrates double success

Bahamian author Latrell King has managed to have not one, but two of her books on Amazon’s best-sellers list.Her newest e-book entitled “How Successful Women Think” made it to number two worldwide for new releases, while her “A Mother’s Tragedy” book

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What's eating you? Get to the root of what matters most

By MICHELLE MILLER We have all heard the saying that you are what you eat. While having a balanced diet is essential, the deeper struggle for most people goes beyond mere food consumption. It’s about getting to the root of what’s eating you that m

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Paying tribute to Bahamian beauty

Bahamians are naturally beautiful, so much so that we can compete internationally with all races and with their most elegant cosmopolitan lifestyles.

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