Goal Setting|To-Do List For 2019

For the month of January, I’ve been in a reflective and planning mode. Goal setting for me is essential to having a fulfilling year. So far all my January posts have been geared towards analyzing last year and preparing for this new one. To close out the first month of the year it only makes sense that I share with you some of the goals I’ve set for the year …

24 Lessons I Learnt Being 24

2018 was a tumultuous year for me. I learnt a lot being 24. There were some ups and some downs. Looking back, I had way more ups than downs and I’m grateful. All the challenges, failures and triumphs taught me something. I started this post last year with the plan to write a post a day in honour of a lesson I learnt as a 24-year-old in 2018. I hung …

24 Things I Learnt Being 24: Day 3

Procrastination doesn’t win, perseverance does. I’ve always known this to be true but procrastination was the blanket I clung to when the possibility of failure existed. If I tried to achieve something and it didn’t work out my excuse could then be: “I didn’t even try that hard”. This year I decided I would no longer teeter at the edge of my potential but I’d make the plunge and commit …

24 Things I Learnt Being 24: Day 2

Patience is key. If you know me I’m not always the most patient person in the world but in recent years my that’s been my biggest test. Waiting for the right job, waiting for the right car, waiting for my savings to be enough to buy said car, there were plenty of times when all I could do was wait and it was hard. There were times I felt I …

Foodscapades: Beirut Mediterranean Cuisine #RW2018

The premise of restaurant week is to provide Jamaican foodies with discounted meal options from varied restaurants across the island. For me it’s the time of year I venture out beyond the walls of my comfort zone and dine somewhere I’ve never been and try new foods.  This year was no different in that regard as I tried Mediterranean food for the first time.  But when it came to cost …