876LoveR is a lifestyle blog displaying the happenings in Jamaica but not limited to that. I write event reviews, music reviews, product reviews, as well as my other expressions such as poems and short stories. This blog is a key factor in the honing of my writing skills, I’m an aspiring Journalist.
ACUBIEN represents an International, Contemporary, Luxury, Caribbean Lifestyle.
ACUBIEN speaks of contemporary, luxurious, Caribbean lifestyle. It reflects the plurality of Caribbean peoples, communities and individuals within the region and the Global Diaspora.
ACUBIEN is changing the way we view ourselves and each other. ACUBIEN is changing the way the world views the Caribbean.
A fashion, beauty, travel and lifestyle blog based in the Turks and Caicos Islands.
A personal blog dedicated to style, fitness and culture and the empowerment of people aspiring to follow their dreams.
Black. British. Beautiful. Proud.
This appellation sums up the essence of Natalie’s outlook as a cosmopolitan, British born Woman of Colour. Frustrated with the lack of positive representations of Black, Asian and women of a mixed heritage in the British beauty market and mainstream media – she established this blog BeautypulseLONDON to fill this void. She is a champion and a voice for the Black woman and has leveraged the power of social media to spread her much needed message: Black women are beautiful and make an invaluable contribution to British society that needs to recognised and celebrated.
In the last five years, Natalie has carved out a pioneering niche in the digital space as a key influencer and spokesperson for Beauty and business news for the contemporary, cosmopolitan British Woman of Colour and her blog has garnered a worldwide following. She has collaborated with leading brands such as Mizani, Fashion Fair, Activilong Paris and Phytospecific and her blog has been featured in Black Beauty and Hair, Black Hair, Pure Beauty, Pride, Phychologies and Stylist magazine.
Natalie was named one of Stylist Magazine’s ‘New Faces for Your Twitter Feed’ and was also shortlisted as a finalist for the 2013 Precious Awards in the ‘Blogger of the Year’ category.
– Named on of Stylist.co.uk’s New Face for your Twitter Feed 2012
– Panelist at the Southbank Centre’s Woman of the World Festival 2013 and 2014 – The Politics of Afro Hair.
– Speaker: 2014 Enterprise Nation’s Beauty Exchange
– Monthly Guest Health and Beauty Contributor – Feeling-Fab.com with Angie Greaves
In July of 2012 Natalie launched Keziah CONNECTIONS – a networking and mentoring organisation that facilitating the ‘Progression and Encourages the Empowerment of Woman of Colour within the British Beauty Industry.
Born of Jamaican parents, Natalie’s duel heritage is extremely important to her and her love for Jamaica is peppered through out her blog and social media platforms!
We provide you with the Latest News on Social Media, Entertainment, Technology, Bitcoin and Crypto Currency. We are passionate about Information and That is reflected in way we approach topics.
Live and direct from Grenada. I’m a 40something, uber-liberal, working, single mother. In my time off I indulge my web, TV & pop culture addiction, revel in my attempts at nerd-girlishness and moonlight as a passionate Caribbeanista.
The ultimate guide to Caribbean culture, lifestyle and luxury brands. Discover. Explore. Engage. #CaribbeanLifestyle #CaribbeanLuxury #CaribbeanCulture
It’s basically my internet journal where I share my love for makeup, fashion and life in general
DailyVeritas.com started on May 5, 2014 and covers thoughts and commentary on breaking news, current affairs, entertainment, politics and sports. Our writers are fearless, breaking down the leading stories in Jamaica and around the world in an easy to consume format readers can be passionate about. We find ways to connect to the common thread within an important story or issue, shedding light on what’s hidden and relevant.
A lifestyle blog space where I share my personal journey dealing with mental health (specifically bi-polar disorder); my opinion on a number of social issues (sometimes from a theological perspective – as a trained theologian) and a little mix of poetry and self-help topics.
Darlington Jones Imagery is a Jamaican wedding and engagement, portrait and family photographer. I exist to capture the essence of who you are, helping you build a legacy for those you love. My goal is to use my camera to create pictures for you that bring joy to your heart or touch your soul.
I also work hard at creating hand-crafted products from your photo shoot which become your family heirlooms. Whether it is wall art which has been framed on acid-free paper and sealed behind a glass, or recreating the visual story of your wedding into a photo album, you will have something from your wedding to touch. Join me in rebelling against the digital revolution which has trapped your memories in phones, behind computer screens.
Please reach out to me for information on how to get a signature Darlington Jones Imagery art piece for your loved ones.
Principal Photographer, Darlington Jones Imagery
“Preserving Your Legacy Forever”
Delia-Rene is a scriptwriter and blogger living in London who created a lifestyle and relationship blog called “Vex In The City” in November 2008.
Vex In The City gives you an unfiltered, honest, comical viewpoint of a woman living in London and everything that she loves and makes her vex!
In addition to her blog which made the 2016 UK Blog Award finals, Delia-Rene also co-wrote the TV show “Venus vs Mars” and debuted her first play “Ex-periences” which successfully had 2 sold out dates within the Lost Theatre.
Blogging on issues related to Jamaica, mainly, and its political economy, mainly, but not exclusively.