BAHAMIAN author Tanya Sweeting hopes to convince readers that the path to an enjoyable, satisfying and fulfilling life comes from a personal relationship with God. Ms Sweeting drives this message home in her first book, “Unction to Function”, while also reminding readers that they can utilise their gifts once they allow themselves to be directed by God.
It was while driving through inner-city communities and seeing the condition of children growing up in that environment that Indira Archer was inspired to make a difference in the lives of young girls throughout the country.
More than 300 brides and grooms are busy preparing for the 29th annual Bahamas Bridal Show and its “A New Day” production at Meliá Nassau Beach Resort this Sunday. They are getting ready to meet 50 leading wedding and home suppliers in the ballroom, starting at 12noon.
Today, I’m not talking to that two to three, or three to four type of mother. I’m talking about the ‘almost;’ new mom that is inevitably and absolutely gaga, goo-goo, and smitten with their child. The type of mom that never knew how amazing motherhood would be and is completely astonished at how quickly that, “Oh, I’m going to have my baby on my schedule” mentality goes out-the-door.
When it comes to habits there are two that rise to the top: one is the habit of talking, the other is the habit of action. Which habit do you possess?
MAKING the transition from high school to college brings with it its fair share of challenges. And being able to maintain outstanding academic excellence during this time is even more difficult.
THE dynamic group of ladies behind the Wise Women Festival are back in action for a fourth year in a row. This year, the festival will be held on Saturday, April 1.
Sit. Feast on your life.
Considering the obsession many have with money, you may be surprised to learn that money is not your greatest asset. Yet most people spend a great deal of their time chasing money. Still, for many money remains an elusive commodity.
NYISHA Tilus has her heart set on one day entering the Miss World Bahamas pageant. So when she found that the winner of the first Miss University of the Bahamas Leadership pageant is granted automatic entry into Miss World, her decision was made.
THE demand for women’s empowerment events is increasing in the Bahamas, with more organisations and individuals becoming aware of the importance of promoting women’s issues and helping young girls find their path in life.
I remember being a first-time mom and not having a clue about what I needed to put in my diaper bag.
LPIA tour encourages Girl Guides to soar in science and technology careers
In recognition of International Women’s Day and to help celebrate Bahamas Girl Guides Week, Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD) officials recently invited members of the Bahamas Girl Guides Association (BGGA) to tour Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA).
Balancing a career and raising a family alone is challenging but achievable. Jeffarah Gibson hears the encouraging story of one female entrepreneur whose hard work has paid rich dividends . . .
IN AN effort to embrace, inspire and empower women from all walks of life, Bahamian Pastor Dr Judy L McIntosh-Smith will host for the first time a ‘Winning In Life’ seminar at the Southside Christian Church, #1 Dignity Gardens, on Friday at 7.15pm.