Category: Lifestyle

More Than An Afro Queen: Saluting Davina Bennett’s Natural Roots

‘Rooting’ for Jamaica took on new meaning at the 2017 staging of the Miss Universe Competition. By the time the pageant’s top three finalists were announced, social media had its own mini-movement going. Jamaicans, Caribbean nationals, blacks, people of African

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How To Build A Starter Wardrobe for Women

By Tanaka Roberts Instagram: @swankxtar Facebook: @swankxtar Twitter: @swankxtar Website: www.swankxtar.com There’s a kernel of wisdom in the saying, ‘If you want it, dress for it’.  As a budding career girl with sights set on corporate domination, there’s no better time to put

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How To Build A Starter Wardrobe – For Men

By Christopher ‘CLS’ Smith Instagram: @iamCLS Facebook: @iamCLS Twitter: @iamCLS_ The list of basic essentials that should constitute the wardrobe of every stylish man is not particularly long. To me, an essential article of clothing is one that will act

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6 Things You Need To Know Today

Your news in a nutshell MoBay ready for Zones of Special Operations Moravian Church adopts new childcare policy Diaspora ambassadors ready to engage country Man shot beside Parliament Phillips want to know which state assets will be privatised Get bus

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6 Things You Need To Know Today

Your news in a nutshell Noxious fumes back at Cornwall Regional Hospital 900 fire hydrants repaired Man stabbed to death over coconuts Stolen meat warning Chris Samuda new JOA boss New vending initiative working in MoBay 1. Noxious fumes back

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10 Life Lessons From Captain Horace Burrell

When giants pass from this life, it is not enough to lament and bemoan what has been lost. Even as we grieve their passing, we should stop to examine the lives of these great men and women and extract lessons

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15 Tips For Staying Hydrated

Water is life, they say. But unless you live in parts of the world where there is constant deprivation of this basic need, you can lose sight of how very true this statement is – or of how dehydrated you

A First-Hand Account of Living With Fibromyalgia in Jamaica

You wouldn’t think that she suffers from intense pain and fatigue to see her sitting at her desk at work. You wouldn’t think that her memory goes a little foggy sometimes, or that her speech is sometimes slurred – not when

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What’s Right With Jamaica? The Blue Mountains

How thankful are Jamaicans for Jamaica? It’s a wonderful country teeming with enthusiasm, brilliance, talent and heritage as lush as our verdant landscapes. There is much in this little island to be grateful for, and here at diGJamaica, we don’t

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5 Things To Do For The Easter Holiday in Jamaica

The Easter holidays are a  time of reflection and introspection. But when the reflecting and introspecting is done, most Jamaicans head to one of three places: church, the beach or the homes of family and friends. Over the holiday period,

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