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The importance of fathers in the home

Former gospel rapper turned author promotes the family unit

Dominique Forbes is an evolved woman. We were first introduced to her as Junior Prodigy, or “JP” for short - a young gospel rapper and mother-of-one seeking to spread her message through music.

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A growing community seeks to teach Bahamian women how to overcome trauma and reach their full potential

THE AUTHENTIC Woman - a faith based, female-focused community is seeking to help millennial women effectively navigate womanhood and gain the perspective, tools, and support they need to live confidently and find their purpose.

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Bahamian women fall in love with sweeping Regency romance

Who wants a prince when you can have a duke?

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PUTTING SELF-CARE INTO PRACTICE: Bahamians strive for emotional well-being in 2021

AFTER living through an unprecedented year full of turmoil and uncertainty, prioritising self-care should be at the top of everyone’s New Year’s resolutions list for 2021.

Teacher lets balloon business carry her through difficult times

THE last nine months have been taxing on all of us. And it’s been extremely important for us to find new ways to stay positive for our mental health.

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Christmas gifts for your best gal pals

THROUGH thick and thin, real friends are there for one another. From sharing mutual hobbies to organising play dates with each other’s kids, or just picking up the phone to simply vent after an exhausting day - positive female friends have proven to be important for a woman’s mental well-being.

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Bahamian men want women to treat them right this Christmas

Tribune readers share their worst gift-giving experiences

FOR women who are still in the process of doing some “last-minute” holiday shopping and maybe can’t decide what to get for the men in their lives, male Tribune readers had the following advice: steer clear of “generic items” and refrain from purchasing “cheap gifts”.

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Eleuthera joins Zonta in saying no to gender-based violence

Eleuthera is pleased to be a part of the Zonta movement and herald the message of “say no to violence”.

Bahamas AIDS Foundation establishes safe, supervised study centre for kids

The Bahamas AIDS Foundation has received permission from the Competent Authority to assist a small number of primary school-aged children to access and benefit from the Ministry of Education’s virtual learning platform in a safe and supervised space.

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Take a bite out of cancer

The Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI) recently made a donation to the Cancer Society of the Bahamas to aid in the organisation’s efforts to help those fighting the disease. For the past 10 years BTVI has held its Pink Awareness Bake Sale with all proceeds being donated to cancer awareness support groups in the nation.

Living the loc’d life

Teen Eleuthera native embarks on a ‘hairy’ adventure

The decision to lock, or “loc”, your hair or not can be intimidating, but “lotician” Leah Macara has helped many of her clients start the journey with as little stress as possible.

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Melania embarks on 12 days of love and gratitude

EVEN in the midst of a global pandemic, 12-year-old Melania Nixon is doing her best to remain true to her passion of giving back during the holiday season.

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Fighting fear of entrepreneurship: Bahamian businesswoman in California gives advice

WITH so many people out of work due to the pandemic and few jobs to come by, entrepreneurship is being seen as the way out of the economic ditch. Even those currently employed believe having their own venture to supplement the income they do have is necessary.

Christmas on a budget

Christmas is a time when most parents want to give their children the world, but this year COVID-19 has certainly caused many Bahamian moms to rethink how they budget for the holidays.

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Pennies can make the difference

WHEN 11-year-old Indya Joseph saw on the news how much Bahamian families were suffering due to the loss of jobs amid the COVID-19 pandemic, she knew she wanted to find a way to help.