November 14, 2018

It’s the most stressful time of the year. But it doesn’t have to be

1. Santa Makes a List—So Must You. Lists for gifts, groceries and things to do. Lists for things to complete at home and work. (yikes, it’s year-end again) 2. Prioritize The Lists. Sending gifts and cards overseas tops the list for November as well as on-line gift purchasing. 3. Having Last-Minute Thoughts of Traveling? Better […]

10 rules in creating a win-win marriage

By Eric Scalise, Ph.D. From Dr. James Dobson’s family talk An often quoted verse of Scripture related to marriage is, “The two shall become one” (Eph. 5:31). Unfortunately for many couples, once the marriage ceremony is over, the adventure begins when a husband and wife start arguing about, “Which one?” Outside of an individual’s decision […]

5 ways to engage online audiences

By Sarah Emler, From Reuters Community In the US, television remains the most common place for people to get their news and local TV is immensely strong. However, times are changing, and with new generations growing up it is necessary to adapt to their consumption patterns and preferences – an audience which is more online […]

3 Cayman magnificent homes

16 truly magnificent homes around the world from under £750,000, as seen in Country Life From Country Life We round up the finest overseas homes to have graced the pages of Country Life in the past few weeks. South Africa, St Francis Bay – £749,500 image: https://vacasa-units.imgix.net/852606.jpg 10,700 ft2 house on four acres overlooking the […]

Cayman Islands: Inspired Lifestyles with Donna

Programs, Services and Cold & Flu Tip “It’s that time of year.  Seasonal changes in weather have brought high winds, waves and an overcast sky.  People enter work wet from rain, and children in schools sneeze.  The cold/flu season is upon us.  In a recent At-Work Wellness Program, people shared they had been unaware that physical exercise improves the immune system.  […]

Guyana: No more US visas for same-sex partners

By Dennis Adonis From Guyana Guardian A handful of Guyanese from the LGBT community, who hold visas under a previous policy that had allowed them to enter the US at the patronage of their American same-sex partners, will have to leave the United States by December 31st, unless the legal status of their LGBT union […]

Ipsy has a new $25 Glam Bag subscription with full-sized items and we are in heaven

BY LEAH STODART From Mashable Heads up, makeup addicts: There’s a new makeup subscription box to drop monthly coin on, and it’s one we’ve been (not so) patiently waiting for. Subscription beauty brand ipsy just debuted their new Glam Bag Plus, and yes, it’s exactly what you’re thinking — filled with all full-sized products instead […]

Jacqueline Kennedy’s iconic outfits

13 iconic outfits former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis wore By Lucy Yang Sep. From Business Insider A lifelong champion of the arts and outspoken preservationist, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was also one of the most influential fashion icons of her era. Known for her chic yet simple style, the former first lady was the subject […]

‘It’s thanks to my patience’: The world’s oldest living married couple share their secret to 80 years of marriage

By Molly Thomson From Insider Masao and Miyako Matsumoto are the oldest living husband and wife, and they have been married for over 80 years. Miyako attributes much of their marital success to her patience. Relationship experts agree that patience is critical for a long and healthy marriage. With the US life expectancy hovering around […]

Low-impact yoga, pilates brings big health benefits to all ages

From Newsmax Yoga and Pilates are suitable for people of all ages and fitness levels, medical experts say. These low-impact workouts don’t require special equipment and, after initial training, can be done at home to improve physical and mental health. “Both use your own body weight and can be tailored for levels from beginner to […]