December 21, 2016
December 16, 2016
Since moving back to Barbados a few years ago and starting my own businesses, I've become more aware of local products and supporting local businesses.
Supporting Local is not only very practical in a small island where Amazon Prime seems like a distant dream but it has quite a profound ripple effect. In Barbados we tend to have this perception that something from 'overseas' is better than something local, but these brands below are proving that that is definitely not the case.
December 8, 2016
I'm embarrassed to say that I donated blood for the first two weeks ago.
I've had blood work done before and though I felt pretty nauseous when I watched the blood being extracted, but I can't really use a fear of needles or the sight of blood as an excuse for not donating.
Donating blood is always something I've felt that I 'should' do, but never really got around to it.
It was only recently when someone near and dear to me needed blood that I finally looked into donating blood. This seems to be a trend in Barbados, and it's just not good enough. I'm writing this blog post in a bid to encourage more people to donate blood on a consistent basis.
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