REFLECTING on her choice of profession, the popular Confucius quote “Find a job you love and you’ll never work a day in your life” comes to mind for yoga instructor Alexandra Kaufmann-Fox.
ACTING on her father’s advice to strive to one day become an entrepreneur, Kaja Jones holds a steady 9 to 5, but at the same time is relentlessly working to build her brand of tropical drinks she calls Flavaz.
ONE of the great features I like about being in big shopping malls is that no matter where you are there is a huge map of the entire mall, usually near the entrance that says, “You are here”. This means that you are in the mall wherever you are.
CLASS and gender are always caught up in a myriad of power imbalances. We tend though to look at these in very simplistic ways.
LAST week, fans of David Beckham went nuts when a picture of his four-year-old daughter Harper sucking a pacifier was published. The photo sparked lots of negative comments about the consequences; speech impediments and deformation of the teeth caused by sucking a pacifier for an extended period of time. Beckham fired back telling his critics that no one has the right to judge another parent.
IT has come as a bit of a surprise that an entire radio show was devoted to society’s respect for Bahamian women, yet there was absolutely no mention of the fact that women are abused and battered in our society and suffer alarming levels of what we so nicely term domestic violence, which is simply violence.
FOR all the young women hurting in the country, for all those looking for love in the wrong places, a special conference will be put on next week by members of Fresh Fire Outreach Ministries International.
NASSAU’S Eta Psi Omega Chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority brought a taste of the Bahamas to their sisters from around the globe and were honoured for their efforts over the year.
CELEBRATING Women International (CWI) has announced that Nontombi Naomi Tutu, a race and gender justice activist from South Africa, will be the guest speaker at a special event next month.
DO you ever find yourself so burdened by fear that every time you take three steps forward you seem to take ten steps backwards? This is especially true when you are about to do something big or step outside of your norm.
WHEW, you made it to the third and final leg of your pregnancy. Can’t say that it’s easy, but I promise, it’s worth it.
FROM Grand Bahama in the north to Inagua in the south, the 11 beauties vying for the titles of Miss World Bahamas, Miss Universe Bahamas and Miss Earth Bahamas came from all over to be officially introduced to the public during the launch of “Beauty by Nature – the 2015 Miss Bahamas Beauty Pageants”.
EVEN with the inspiring results of the many others who have made the successful transition, some women still find it difficult to fully commit to the natural hair journey. And those who have actually gone through the process are not shy to admit that it can be difficult at times and takes a lot of effort, yet is ultimately doable and so worth it.
WITH a large number of women getting certified as divers around the world and at their properties, Sandals Resorts recently participated in PADI’s Women’s Dive Day.
Teacher’s first book recounts wondrous journey to motherhood
AFTER 12 years of trying to conceive a child as she battled various health challenges, Alexandria Darville-Sawyer and her husband Thomas received a miracle when they finally welcomed their daughter Shelby into the world.