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We accumulate mental and emotional clutter that increasingly overpowers and drowns our best intentions at creating a good life. Additionally, they prevent great opportunities and wonderful people from entering and affecting our lives for the better.

A beautiful room does not have to be over elaborate, lavish or expensive. A beautifully accesorised space appeals to you visually, physically and most of all, emotionally. A room can have everything in place and have no soul or charm.

“Love what you do and do what you love” – this is Stacy Barran’s motto and she has made it a point to live by her motto every day.

When the pressure rises at work, switching to decaf may not be enough to reduce your stress. So, here are nine ways to stay composed and productive.



Who says women cannot have it all? In  today’s ever-evolving era, women are well poised to balance their multi faceted lives - be it motherhood, their thriving professional careers and personal hobbies.

One thing is for sure; you may never achieve an amazing makeup application with basic, sub-standard brushes. Fingertips and sponge applicators can only do so much, not to mention tired, old, frayed out brushes that seem to frustrate the process rather that speed things up.

‘Between Friends’ is a full feature movie, filmed entirely in Trinidad with a fully Trinidadian cast, that has been shown and acclaimed at international film festivals - Bangalore (where it was on the ‘50 Best Selected Films’ list at The Indian Independent Film Festival), Nigeria (where it won an

Gisele Marfleet, Chairman of the Scotiabank Trinidad and Tobago Foundation told Womanwise, “The race, which is open to 6,000 female participants across three venues sold out over one week before the event date this year, testament to not only the fantastic support this 5k receives, but the fight

Comfort zone - the place where we live and from which we view the world beyond its boundaries. It provides mental and emotional security and solace. People often encourage us to step out of our comfort zones and to do so despite our fears.

Dianne Whitelocke is Trini-born and raised but she left these shores to study in the USA and ended up building her life there. Now married to a Jamaican engineer and raising two young girls, that life has brought an unexpected twist.