January 22, 2020

Christmas is in the air

Oh, but it’s beautiful this time of year, There’s singing and a lot of parties everywhere. Happy shoppers are buying gifts galore As the shops keep stocking more and more. The lights are hung and shining bright They’re every colour and make a gorgeous sight. Programmes in the church telling the story of Jesus’ birth […]

Choosing family Christmas gifts

There’s no denying that Christmas time is fast approaching. Aside from Christmas decors, one of the most popular items purchased during this special season include a wide array of Christmas gifts. Being a major attraction for everyone, Christmas gifts are anticipated by everyone especially those by families and family members. Christmas is indeed a very […]

The Editor Speaks: It is the season for mystery, accusations and threats. Where is the good will?

Information Commissioner, Jennifer Dilbert, has again flexed her muscles and ruled against the Cayman Islands Government. Her decision means the Port Authority must reveal a financial analysis done on various proposals for the construction of a cruise ship berthing facility in George Town and publish the minutes of the meetings their board of directors had […]

I vow next Christmas won’t be as hectic as this one

Get the turkey; check the iNews Cayman ads for sales; make the Christmas card list; start shopping; put up the decorations; attend school concerts; make cookies; make fudge; make school party goody bags; get a gift to pass; send out the cards; pick out the tree; replace the bulbs; hang the outside lights; go to […]

How Christmas cards began

This year, many people around the world will send Christmas cards to share holiday greetings with family and friends. The annual holiday letter has become a popular method for folks to stay in touch and update their circle of acquaintances with family news and events. These traditional cards and letters have evolved over the generations […]

The Editor Speaks: Drinking and blogging

It is utterly appalling that all the warnings the RCIPS have been giving over the past few weeks about drinking and driving a lot of motorists are ignoring them. There was a fatal accident on Esterley Tibbetts Highway on Nov 30 due to a driver who has now been charged with DUI and another who […]

Do not go to a divorce attorney for advice

Even though I have been through a divorce I still feel it is one of the biggest epidemics in our current society that isn’t being recognised or treated as such. I think it is crazy for people considering divorce to get advice from a divorce attorney. Who would go to a divorce attorney for advice […]

Secrets to becoming a star at anything

Secrets to becoming a star at anything The Cambridge Handbook of Expertise and Expert Performance contains some very interesting findings: 1. The trait we call talent is highly overrated. That is, expert performers – whether in memory or surgery, ballet or computer programming – are nearly always made, not born.  2. Practice does make perfect. […]

An Old Fashioned Christmas Holiday

There are many Christmas traditions that are gradually being lost in today’s high-tech, always-on-the-go world. But Christmas is the perfect time to slow things down and get back to basics to really enjoy the season. Decorations make Christmas time special. They set the mood for a traditional Christmas. Start with an old-fashioned Christmas tree. Traditional […]

Another email chain letter

After Ben Stein we now have one concerning the salaries of CEO’s of different charities which I received in my email box this morning from SIX different people. I expect some of you have received the same or will do in the next few days. This is what it says “Christmas is coming. Lots of […]