How to Enjoy Valentine’s Day When You’re Single

How to Enjoy Valentine's Day When You're Single

January pretty much flew by and Valentine’s Day is already next week. I haven’t had a Valentine in maybe 5 or 6 years, but even then, I don’t remember having a memorable day because of work, school, or a snow storm ruining it for me. If you’re newly single or have no clue how to spend Valentine’s Day by yourself, here are a few suggestions for you to consider. Go...

Year 30: 2016 Goals

Year 30 2016 Goals

I’m turning 30 years old this spring, so I’ve been calling 2016 ‘Year 30’. 2015 was great, but I definitely want to make this year better. I’ve been living on my own for over four years, but there’s something about turning thirty to me that says “you’re a real adult now”. In addition to trying to tackle the rest of the items in my 30 before 30 list, here are...

Caribbean and Black-Owned Gift Guide Round Up

I’m generally a huge supporter of women-owned, small businesses, team Caribbean and buy black. Supporting businesses in our respective communities can make a difference in someone’s personal bills being paid or an employee’s check being distributed for that pay period. There are tons of gift guides available online this time of year. There are tons of gift guides available online this time of year. I’ve already shared my travel related guide,...

Quick and Easy Apple Jacks Parfait

Quick and Easy Apple Jacks Parfait

This post is sponsored by Collective Bias, Inc. As always, all opinions reflected are mine alone #FueledForSchool #CollectiveBias Between working full time, writing and promoting for two blogs, finding time to travel and maintain a social life, I’m a person that is ALWAYS on the go. This is not a new thing for me either. Much of my college life was being in school or working at my 2 or...

Back to my Roots: Trini Cooking with The League of Kitchens

Trini Cooking with the League of Kitchens

I remember the first time assisting in Trini cooking at my Great-Great Grandmother’s house in Laventille, Trinidad. I was 8 years old and my aunt delegated my brother, sisters and I to crush split peas for the Dahl Roti. We also had to go in the back yard to pick various herbs for the meat seasoning. Although it sounds like little to no work now, it was a start to...

Top Posts of 2014

I can’t believe that 2014 is almost over. From migrating my site to a self-hosted WordPress to attending Fun Fearless Life and other fun natural hair events, to what seemed like never-ending summer, I had a great year. The polls are in and below are my top posts of 2014. If you’re a new follower and weren’t able to view some, here’s your chance to read my top posts of...