MIS JUDGED

  A couple had been married for several years without a child. For the purpose of companionship, they bought a Rottweiler puppy, named it miley and loved her like a child. The dog had access to all the rooms in the house. The puppy grew to become a large, beautiful dog and had on several […]

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THE KEY TO EXCELLENCE (Part two)

FAILURE LEADS TO SUCCESS – Learn from mistakes View failures as feedback that provides you with the information you need to learn, grow, and succeed.  When we live the Key of Failure Leads to Success we see failures as feedback, we learn from them and make the changes needed to be more successful in the […]

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THE KEY TO EXCELLENCE (Part one)

INTEGRITY – Match behaviour with values Demonstrate your positive personal values in all you do and say. Be sincere and real. Living in integrity means that everything we say and everything we do is true reflections of what we value, what’s important to us. Think about what your behaviour says about you. Does it clearly […]

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HIGH TEMPERATURES

It is another sticky day in New York where we should hit 89 degrees. The air conditioners are running and that means the light bill will be mounting. No complaint but it is the season for high temperatures. Unlike the Caribbean where you have the North East trade winds coming off the sea to cool atmosphere. So, […]

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PREPARING FOR FATHER’S DAY

As this month comes to a close and we look ahead to the Month of June, many things come to mind include: The Hurricane season and preparation Father’s Day celebration Birthdays Forecasters predict a 35% chance of an above-normal season, a 40% chance of a near-normal season, and a 25% chance of a below-normal season […]

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BEQUIA, THE ISLAND I CALL HOME

This is a re-post with a few corrections Bequia — the Caribbean island I could call home Bequia — the Caribbean island I could call home Posted on April 30, 2016, by Eric Bequia has pretty much all I’d look for if I moved to the Caribbean: great beaches, a friendly and relaxed island lifestyle and a healthy blend of […]

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WHALE DAY

RE-POST Giants of the ocean are celebrated on World Whale Day, which aims to raise awareness of these magnificent creatures. The annual holiday was founded in Maui, Hawaii, in 1980, to honour humpback whales, which swim off its coast. It’s the main showcase of the Maui Whale Festival. Every year, crowds flock to the island […]

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SOMETHING NEW NEXT MONTH

In the month of March, we will be promoting St. Vincent and the Grenadines as the destination for visitors. The Homeland (Hairouna) “Hairouna, the Land of The Blessed”  I will research this country and tell you why you should visit for a stay at reasonable prices. I shall repost some articles that are already published […]

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MT. PELEE

Mt. Pelee in Martinique. Landslides, dome sinking, heavy sludge flows – experts say it’s not a result of volcanic activity but with all the seismic activity in the region dem days, tsunami warning and all, a collapsing dome could trigger something on an island with a history of volcanic activity that sits on an active […]

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