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Another Fact: Shaming people who refuse to wear face masks to prevent Coronavirus spread is not going to convince persons of the need for them.
The single most common excuse I hear from people is “I don’t have enough time to work out.” Let’s do this together, very simple math, seven days in a week, twenty-four hours in a day, which means there are 168 hours in a week. So, let’s just say for debate sake you work seven days a week eight hours shift, that’s 56 hours, you sleep eight hours, that’s another 56 hours, so we are 112 hours. You commute back and forth to work for let’s say two hours, now we are up to 114h hours. Ok so now you are going to give me the second degree dance about grocery shopping, running errands and family time. Ok! Let’s back up a bit and take three hours per week to do your grocery, we are now at one hundred and seventeen 117 hours. Clearly family time is paramount so you can take 40 hours out of your busy week to bond with the family, this brings us to 157 hours. Now you are left with eleven hours for errands but still the excuse hovers over your head and you have no time to take care of your health. Instead, you are going to spend the money you have been working so hard for at the doctor’s office because you don’t feel too good.
The timing couldn’t be more appropriate. The action, perfectly synced. It’s almost as though the Universe called on Caribbean singers like Isasha, Turbulence, Capleton and others of the reggae music movement, to speak up.
It may have been a famous saying of Hippocrates, but it is also the motto by which Dr Joel Teelucksingh lives.
The world was spun upside down and just as construction workers were in the process of laying down the foundation of the Highlanders Steel Orchestra’s new pan theatre, when Covid-19 struck a hateful chord, tuning out a closure of what was considered non-essential business including construction.
Parfaits originated in France and it translates to “perfect”. That only seems fitting, since that’s exactly what this dessert is: perfection in a glass. These layers of plump, soft berries, whipped cream and crunchy streusel are easy to assemble and satisfy all your sweet cravings.
San Fernando Mayor and CEO of Caribbean Airlines Skiffle Steel Orchestra Junia Regrello initiated a humanitarian effort to assist members of Southern Marines Steel Orchestra with food hampers. This has come about in the band’s time of need since the crisis of the worldwide pandemic COVID-19 has left many families without.
In this harsh economic time, members of the United National Congress (UNC) Toco/ Sangre Grande executive decided to honour mothers. One of the recipients was centenarian Mathar Farria of Church Street, Matura.
Bake and Shark, or Shark and Bake — whatever you call it — is arguably Trinidad and Tobago’s most famous food. It’s the first stop you make at Maracas before even putting your toes in the sand. And that makes total sense.
Simmone Edwin, one of our resident chefs at Propa Eats, is famous for fusing international influences with the foods and flavours we love most locally. Chef Simmone takes inspiration from Japan and creates the ultimate Trini breakfast ramen. Her masterpiece is made up of tomato choka broth, curried deviled eggs and geera-and-cinnamon-spiced bacon. Are you drooling yet? Because we are.
Since their arrival in 1845, East Indians, not only within T&T, but throughout the West Indies, have made and continue to make an indelible mark on all spheres of life: the arts, academia, politics, culture and more. Throughout the decades, the contributions of the East Indian community have become part of our mainstream culture and have added further character and distinction to our multi-ethnic artistic expressions.
There’s nothing more comforting than a big bowl of creamy, cheesy pasta. So luckily for you, this recipe tastes exactly like your favorite restaurant-style pasta Alfredo — except we added a few more ingredients, so it’s bursting with savory sun-dried tomato and herb flavor. Because of the tomato, this tomato Alfredo sauce turns slightly pink, which is different to the traditional white Alfredo sauce we’re used to. Best part is you don’t have to leave your house to enjoy it.
As we continue to adapt to the multiple changes in our lives, we recognize that the impact on children and adolescents has been significant. Recent articles have identified teens as a group of “unsung heroes” of these times, as they have had to rapidly accept an abrupt end to their school year, missed milestones including graduations for which they are grieving and changes to their relationships with friends.
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