• Travel & Events

    20 + Tips to Prepare and Survive a Hurricane in The Caribbean while on Vacation or as a Resident

    The Caribbean islands are some the most beautiful places in the world. I in particular i Jamaica and I love it here. However surviving a hurricane when on  vacation living  here can Ben quite stressful. Here I will give you tips on how to prepare and survive in a hurricane. THe hurricane season is from June  to November, so chances are most people won’t  have to encounter a hurricane on vacation that time of year. why that token ofnyesrbis considered low season and most persons stay in their already warm climates. However if you are in the Caribbean during that period this is at you need to know. Here is…

  • Beauty

    #ETGOTO Ethnic Truth Go To Hair style Challenge: Days 1-3

    This Hairstyle is the “super High Bun” just swoop all your hair up to the very top/front of your head and secure with a rubber band. Use a scarf to wrap and hide the rubber band, then make a bun over it. you can use another rubber band to secure or bobby pins will do just fine. Prep time 25 Mins…yeah it took me for ever to get the bun neat…ugh On day Two its a little harder to get a perfect fro after you have gelled your hair to smithereens, but with a little water and a wide teeth comb, mission accomplished, this is dubbed a “Stylish Fro”. Part…

  • Family,  Mommy On Wine

    Sex? Yes Please…

    Art work by Kevin William Hey Lovies I haven’t done a baby related post in some time, wanted the right thing to talk about and even this lovely topic took a few days to put together properly. For Some Sex is a touchy topic for me “Bring it on”, most of my girlfriends gets popcorn and raisinettes to chat about their sexual prowess and lets not mention my male friends…ooohhh boy! After having a baby some topics are a little more sensitive, especially to none mothers. Your Vajayjay now takes on……. a new personality, if you will. Everything changes about it, how it looks feels and smells. Note these aren’t…