January 23, 2015

Have you ever wondered what our ancestors used to entertain themselves before electricity, cable and the Internet? Part of their excitement was to gather around the lamplight and share strange stories. Some were so creepy many people then were afraid to stroll in the dark. The stories from back in the day are still part of our culture as folk tales. Here is our list of the most popular ones....

January 16, 2015
  1. Promote it.  
    A no brainer, but still some folks don’t. You can’t create a website and expect the cyber world to get the word out for you. If you want heavy website traffic you need to promote your website, its uses and benefits.
  2. Content focus.
    Include engaging and useful content about your company such as products offered...
January 09, 2015

For many of us, a new year means life-changing resolutions. For some it’s about starting over and being a better person. For others, it’s about lifestyle or being more family-oriented. Here are my top 4 techniques for achieving the goals and ambitions of my New Year’s resolutions.

  1. Be Realistic
    When creating resolutions be narrowly realistic. You know what...
December 19, 2014

As words of comfort and joy fill the airwaves this special time of year, we can rock around the Christmas trees or embrace an Irie Christmas in the sun. These timeless melodies put us all in a festive, holiday mood. So we now share with you our top five Jamaican Christmas song favorites. 
5 - Unique Vision - Christmas Jamaican Style
In our sunny part...

December 12, 2014

Arguably, the biggest traditional ‘nyamings’ on the Jamaican calendar is Christmas dinner. For many, it is the only time that family and close friends get together annually, to share good food and enjoy each other’s company. The spread on the table is likely to have lots of fancy offerings. But most Jamaicans want the tried and true traditional meals for Christmas dinner. Here are our picks....