DURING the day she wears the traditional lab coat of a dentist, but after work hours Dr Alia Campbell goes all out with glitz and glamour.
THE Bahamas’ most famous female comedic character will be “dressed to kill” when she bids her final farewell during a special red carpet event this Friday.
FOR quite a number of folks the very idea of having any kind of responsibility makes them uneasy.
VIOLENCE depends on so many things to thrive.
WHETHER it’s the feeling of being stuck in a rut or that nauseating sense of anxiety that your life is going nowhere fast, being stuck brings up real emotions and frustrations.
THE decision to leave her 9 to 5 and transition into becoming a full-time entrepreneur was driven by nothing but passion.
ANY survivor can probably attest to the fact that having a vibrant and positive support system plays a major part in winning the fight against breast cancer.
ASK any married couple what aspect of their wedding ceremony played a major part in setting the mood and they will more than likely say, music.
OVER the past several months, the STRAW Inc Centre for Young Women has been deep in the trenches of youth development work as well as in its laboratory, designing and tailoring “what works and is relevant” programming for Bahamian adolescent and teen girls.
WE have created a prison in which we live. We are afraid to leave our houses after work. We are afraid to drive at night. We are now afraid to be in our houses after dark.
IT is one thing for a beauty queen to capture a crown in her own country, but it is quite an achievement for her to do so in another country.
THE obsession with cosmetic breast surgery, the reconstruction process post-cancer as well as the taboo surrounding breast cancer in men are all topics addressed in a new play aptly titled “Boobies”.
ONE thing that I know for sure is that life is intentional. There is really no coincidence. Everything connects to everything else. This means that every thought you think produces a result or some kind. If you think in non-specific terms, you live non-specific results.
IF we were all endowed with the gift of foreknowledge from birth, making the right decisions every time in every circumstance would be a simple process. However, that would make for a very boring life with no surprises and no challenges.
We asked Tribune columnist and life coach Michelle Miller what she what like to say to her younger self. Here is the letter she penned to a teenage Michelle.