Category: #tipthursday

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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What Is Coconut Oil Good For?

Coconut oil is one of the most diverse and handy substances you can have in your house. In Jamaica, we have known this for a very long time. In the days before the popularity of mass produced lotions and body rubs,

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#Infographic: 12 Safer Sex Tips

Safer Sex Week is celebrated in Jamaica every February in the week in which Valentine’s Day falls. The week is used to promote safe and healthy sexual practices in an effort to prevent HIV/AIDS, STIs and unwanted pregnancies. But it doesn’t

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5 Tips To Take Care of Your Brain

  There is no doubt that the brain is one of the most essential organs in the human body. As an important part of your body’s communication and decision-making centre, the brain houses organs that play a key role in

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Tips in Entrepreneurship: diGJamaica’s Top 10 Takeaways from Digital Housing 2016

“Every time you meet somebody new, it’s a contact, and you have that person for life.” “Failure is a stepping stone.” “Be clear on what you do and why you do it.” These were just some of the pointers shared

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#TipThursday: Give Thanks for Science & Technology

Imagine your life without all the luxuries provided by developments in science and technology. Would you be able to survive? Think about it. What if there were no vaccines for immunisation, no medicines to cure illnesses, no bathrooms or toilets,

#TipThursday: Have A Good Cry

Yes, you heard right. That’s what we’re encouraging you to do at some point today. Don’t hold back. Let the tears flow. Scientists have proven that, contrary to popular belief, crying is actually a good and healthy exercise that, among

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The 5 Big BE’s for Emergencies

The hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30. Jamaica has seen its fair share of storms. Most persons will remember Hurricane Gilbert in 1988, Ivan in 2004, Sandy in 2012, and Matthew in 2016. Yet each year, persons

5 Study Tips To Ace Your Next Test

With the first month of school over, it’s likely that students will need to start preparing for the first tests of the semester/term. This #TipThursday, check out these five tips for diGJamaica’s advice on how to optimize your study time:

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School Is Cool: School Lunch Ideas

September 7, marks the start of the new academic school year with new friends, new teachers and new subjects for many students. Parents are getting geared up for this new school year with all sorts of tips and guides. diGJamaica is right

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