It might sound trite, but learning to love yourself is one of the most valuable lessons a woman can master, according to life coach Stanya Davis.
In honour of Father’s Day this past Sunday, I thought it would be appropriate to discuss dad bonding with baby. Surely, the men aren’t interested in reading about all of these women and mother conversations, but you may be surprised to know that some men actually feel a little left out during the whole pregnancy journey.
The island seemed to stop on Sunday to celebrate Father’s Day. But what are we really celebrating? Are we celebrating the kind of fatherhood that is taught in society where young men are encouraged to reproduce themselves without thought of maintaining or supporting woman, child or brood?
There are many habits that we adopt along the way. Some of these habits support our quest to live an empowered life, while others hinder our every move. In order to keep moving towards the life that we desire to live, it’s a good idea to periodically evaluate our habits.
Ordain Moss’ career has been marked by philanthropy and volunteer work. Now, the Bahamian singer/songwriter has entered a competition for the affluent lifestyle publication Jetset Magazine to prove that there are more ways to give back to your community, while raising the Bahamas’ profile at the same time.
Whether its under the umbrella of her Felicia Archer Enterprise or her Fresh Fire Ministries, businesswoman and youth minister Felicia Archer is always working to create something purposeful that will inspire people beyond the four walls of the church.
For the second consecutive year, fashion design students and alumni of the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institution (BTVI) will be creating designs for the Miss Bahamas Organisation’s (MBO) Top Model and Designer showcase competition.
Maternity photos are a beautiful way to celebrate and remember an amazing part of your life, and it’s becoming the norm, as common in pregnancy as the baby shower.
As violence in our society explodes – three more have been murdered in less then 48 hours – it seems that we are content to allow people to be murdered based on their social standing.
We’ve all heard the saying about shooting for the stars, and even if you missed, you would at least land on the moon. I think it’s a good idea to shoot for the stars in terms of the kind of life you want to live.
SOME may call it a coincidence that everything Keshelle Davis posted on a dream board nearly four years ago has manifested in her life. However, the young entrepreneur and educator believes that there is a link between clearly outlining one’s dreams and seeing them come to fruition.
Bahamian entrepreneur Ria C Newbold is back again with a new workshop focused on helping “Accelerate” new and aspiring small business owners in their respective fields.
When I was a child I had a several favourite books, and now well into my 30s, and with my own children, I still remember those books.
According to some, there are no inequalities in the way we live today. They claim that we are all equal and we are all treated the same. Yet we seem to have a breakdown in understanding. All citizens are not treated the same in law nor in custom. It is absolutely dishonest to say that there are no inequalities.
I see resilience as that indefinable, elastic-like quality that stretches your capacity to hold yourself together in the midst of life’s ever changing weather.