There's nothing quite like a Caribbean Christmas. Be it that you are celebrating at home or abroad there are everyone has their special elements to celebrate. In this episode we talk about our favourite things about the Christmas Season.
This week we're joined by Randi-Mae Stanford-Leibold a counsellor and meditation teacher based in Toronto. Randi-Mae has experience working with individuals, couples, and teams for the past 9 years supporting people on their wellness and healing journey authentically.
In this episode we discuss what it means to be mindful and how to incorporate a mindfulness practice into your daily life.
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Being a millennial is tricky to say the least. We have to balance so much - from responsibilities to transitions to people's expectations of what our life should be. In this episode we address the millennial struggle.
As a woman it sometimes feels there is so much pressure to have it all. In this episode we kicked out the guys and brought on two amazing guests - Ashwini Singh and Chelsy Bernard.
From beauty, relationships, family and career we talk about what it means to be a millennial woman today.
The Caribbean has a rich culture especially when it comes to our folklore and stories. In this episode we talk about common Caribbean Myths and creatures such as the Soucouyant, La Diabless, Papa Bois and Ti Boloms. Have a story about a myth or legend from your country? Share it with us!
There's a lot of debate around climate change, but to us the facts are clear. Mother Nature is acting like never before and the Caribbean is at a huge risk. In this episode we talk about natural disasters, disaster preparedness and reversing the effects of climate change.
The weather is starting to get a little chilly which means Cuffing Season is upon us. In this episode we talk about
- What is Cuffing Season?
- Does it exist in the Caribbean?
- What are the rules?
- What are the qualities in a cuffing partner?