“You’re so organized,” a friend said to me recently, jokingly scoffing. So am I really? Somewhat.
Truth is, getting to this point hasn’t been easy. It’s meant breaking horrible habits and being disciplined in creating new, healthy routines.
In this post, I’m sharing seven things that are helping me lead a simpler, more organized, less stressful life–and the one thing I just have to do at the start of each day.
Nippers, buffer blocks, buffer files, top coats, base coats, lacquers, polishes, gel colors. Nail care can be confusing at times.
Recently, I had the chance to ask an expert my most pressing questions about nailing it in life.
Read on for tips and tricks from Sherry Vincent, Spa Manager at Atera and one of the best in the business for more than 20 years.
Earlier this week, an email from a work colleague (Subject: Good Different) took me by surprise. She had written to compliment me on my makeup that day.
Unlike most days, I hadn’t had much time to be meticulous with my beauty look that morning. With the help of my newly discovered beauty faves, I was out the shower and through the door in 15 minutes.
It was a good reminder that sometimes, less is more. It was also a good nudge to share my updated list of best beauty buys here on the blog.
I loved fashion as a young girl growing up in Barbados. But as I got older, it was hard to ignore that we had a unique fashion vocabulary of our own.
If you aren’t from the island and ever went shopping in Barbados, you probably noticed there’s a different stylespeak here, too.
Just for fun, I’m listing seven Bajan fashion misnomers that are as common as they are fascinating.
It’s been 10 months since my pixie cut.
Since then, I’ve lost count of the number of times people tell me, “I’ve been dying to cut my hair short but it seems like too much to maintain.”
At first, maybe. But with practice and the right products and tools, it gets better. I promise.
It was the day before Christmas Eve and I’d just wrapped up a lunchtime meeting in Barbados.
I’d hardly moved out of my parking space, when I picked up my phone and placed a call I’d been wanting to make for a very long time.
One of the editors at EASY Magazine, a popular weekly publication in Barbados, asked me to share my New Year’s resolutions with their readers.
I’m not the resolutions type, so in their first issue for 2015, I wrote about goals I see coming to pass during the next 12 months and shared a few perspectives that were on my mind as a new year opened…