Twenty things I wish I could do online in Barbados

sueann-tannis-blogger-digital-improvements-barbados.pngMore than two years ago, year-round warm weather and a new job were among the reasons why I decided to return to Barbados from America. I ignored criticisms that I was making a huge mistake by giving up a “better life” to return to “backward Barbados” (their words, not mine). And I am happy I did.

However, there is one thing I would like to change about my back-at-home experience.

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Seven Mistakes you Might be Making with your Bajan Macaroni Pie

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If you’re from Barbados, you know that macaroni pie is a staple on most dinner tables, particularly on Sundays and on holidays. It’s that one thing most Bajans born in the 80’s and beyond can’t seem to get enough of.

Truth is, perfecting my Bajan macaroni pie recipe has taken me years but finally, I think I’ve got it.

In this post, I’m sharing the mistakes I made along the way so you don’t have to, as well as tips for making this yummy-in-your-tummy Barbadian dish.

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Holiday Gift Guide: Island Style!

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It’s no secret that I’m a proud Caribbean woman.

I’m a sucker for the vibrancy of our culture, our sense of style, our food, the magic in our music, our signature island lilt. The list of island things I love could go on and on…

It should be no surprise, then that I’ve pulled together an island style holiday guide.

It features delightful, high-quality products made in the Caribbean or by Caribbean people, which have gotten my attention this Christmas.

Hope you’ll love them as much as I do!

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