Wellness is a State of Mind for Seniors as “Healthy Ageing Starts Now”

September 14th, 2019

When we sat down for an event in recognition of Caribbean Wellness Day (many of us in suits and ties, high heels and the like) at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel, little did we know… Read more

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More Jamaicans Should Learn to Swim

September 4th, 2019

“Swim! Swim! Swim!” urged a man in the Bahamas during Hurricane Dorian’s onset. He was shouting to a group of people, shoulder-deep in flowing seawater. One of them, at least, clearly could not swim,… Read more

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The Road Safety Problem: Are We Missing Something?

July 23rd, 2019

It’s always interesting, when you have visitors, to see aspects of Jamaica through their eyes – whether negative or positive. So when a recent friend observed that, having come to Jamaica, she is more… Read more

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She Speaks: Diverse, Vibrant and Ultimately Satisfying

July 8th, 2019

I was honoured and happy to speak at a recent event simply headlined¬†“She Speaks.” There were seven of us, brought together through the efforts of public relations consultant Antoinette Campbell. We were there to… Read more

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“The End of the World Is Nigh”

July 1st, 2019

This was the message on a placard that a man on our London high street used to carry. Or rather, it hung around his neck as he shuffled along, head down. He was a… Read more

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Are We a Nation of Hustlers?

June 5th, 2019

I was watching prime time television the other evening when an ad that I had not seen before popped up. It was from a well-known telecoms firm, and it made me stop and think. The… Read more

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