• Celebration,  Faithful Living,  travel

    West Indian Manatees in Florida

    A Warm Florida Manatees Welcome! This Sunday’s motivation is a Travel Motivation. You may even call it a ‘try something new motivation’. Some things in life are once in a lifetime and so I want to encourage you to try something new, something that you may only get to see or do once a year. In encouraging you to take that action, I will be telling you about my once a year experience. So, recently my partner and I visited the Manatee Lagoon in Florida. This was such a good experience for us because we love nature, we love to be outdoors and even more, we love animals. In this…

  • Technology,  travel

    5 Great Packing Tips for Stress-Free Travel

    Traveling is probably the only reason that many people life and work extremely hard. There is nothing more rewarding than ending the work year with a nice vacation or cruise. Now naturally, vacations are all about relaxing and unwinding. Therefore, I am sure that you do not want to be bothered with stressful activities. Personally packing was a very stressful activity for me. Usually, I would pack late and then I forget things.  But I am sure that many people who love to travel absolutely detest packing. Am I right?  Affiliate linking is a way to support my blog at no additional cost to my readers. If you like the…

  • Celebration,  travel

    A Beach and a Bread Shop (Things to do in Antigua and Barbuda)

    I have been very busy lately. Working on my thesis has been a lot, so I am focused on that. Apart from being busy, I was Moody. I am Homesick. For the new year, I would love to take a trip home. I miss my family and friends and I miss the Beach! Did you know that Antigua and Barbuda has 365 beaches? One for each day of the year. I have only been to about 20 of the beaches which was a goal I made. My best friend and I love to go to the beach and although we have our favorites we often try new ones. Here is…

  • Blogmas,  Celebration,  Christmas Traditions,  Faith,  travel

    Creating New Christmas Traditions, A Caribbean-Nigerian Couple

    My perspective: Christmas in The Caribbean Christmas Traditions. For me, I didn’t grow up in a home that celebrated Christmas. My family is Adventist by faith and they have different rules/views in regards to Christmas. This means that as a child, I never read Christian Christmas Stories, I never decorated a Christmas tree nor put up Christmas lights, I never went Christmas shopping, I never laid cookies out for Santa and I never had presents to open on Christmas morning. I also never felt like I was at a disadvantage. You see, I grew up in the Caribbean and while for some Caribbean people Christmas is a “huge deal” for others…