What started off as a make-up artistry and jewellery design company has now blossomed into a movement to empower women through a personal relationship with God.
Here we grow again. Another brand new year has graced us with its presence; giving us another chance to finally do the darn thing!
Close ya legs! Stop layin down with man! As a society, we have been charging that blacks overbreed, but it would be a more accurate statement to say that low-income and poorly educated groups are more likely to have more children than higher-income groups with a higher level education.
The beginning of every year is a good time to put new things into place; to start something with no excuses that will make a positive difference in your life.
If you have been on any local social media sites recently, chances are you have seen photos of fun and uniquely Bahamian handbags pop up on your pages; colourful clutches that say things like “Regatta Time”, or have a pineapple or flamingo design.
Two University of the Bahamas (UB) students are prepared to have their lives transformed during a special trip next year, when they will step into the halls of the United Nations and come face to face with the inner workings of an international committee designed to improve the lives of women worldwide.
Local author pens motivational book for women
The gift of self-discovery is what Bahamian author ShaKeisha McKenzie hopes to give her readers this holiday season with her latest book, “100 Days of Singleness”.
What is it about this time of year that makes you feel like you have to wrap up and put away all of the loose ends of this year? For me, I never want to bring the untidy and stressful stuff into the next year, so it makes sense to want to clean things up a bit.
THE “special” way Monika Cunningham drew stick figures during art class in the first grade was a clear indication that she had a talent that required nurturing if her full potential was to be realised.
As 2016 enters its final few weeks and we look forward to the birth of 2017, many people will begin to look back with regret or look forward with glee.
IT IS hard to believe that another year has come, and almost gone.
IN AN effort to raise awareness of breast health and the importance of early detection, several organisations have teamed up to provide the screening for at-risk women on Eleuthera, Cat Island, Long Island and Exuma.
According to many, women should know their place - and that is not to be in the public sphere. They must be submissive and allow men to be men.
Samita Ferguson turns her talents to plays
BAHAMIAN Samita Ferguson wears many hats and is known as a wife, mother, businesswoman and founder of C.H.A.M.P.S girls organisation.
LABELLING herself as “one of the biggest book geeks ever”, Stephaney Davis’ dream is to get every child to be as “weird” as she is, ensuring that each child’s mind is fed with the words from a book that will encourage their creativity and catapult them to a divine destiny.