Uber Comes To Our Banana Republic

While we are desperate for change and for things to improve, the need for change means nothing if we lack the will to change. I often wonder what we look like to other countries. Are we secretly the laughing stock of other nations who seem to have it together? I have decided that being a […]

Travel: A Relationship Test Worth Exploring

“I have found out that there ain’t no surer way to find out whether you like people or hate them than to travel with them.” — Mark Twain In Trinidad and Tobago, it is often said, “See me and come live with me are two different things.” This has been proven time and again but […]

Who Should Cook?

The woman was basically responsible for all chores within the household. Cooking is one of those tasks that were done predominantly by the women in the family while the men provided the money to buy whatever was needed. The Shift There has been, significant changes in the structure of society which has impacted family dynamics […]

How To Be The Best Friend His Girlfriend Actually Likes

At our Life in Trinidad (LIT) office, I asked the question, “Is it okay if your boyfriend’s best friend is a female?” Like all things related to relationships, this is a dicey topic and so the office exploded into an uproar. Half the ladies said (in not so many words,) “Hell no!” The other half, […]

Dressing Bae or Dressing for Bae?

Right off the bat, I’d say, vehemently, no! You can’t tell me what to wear and I’d never be so pushy. But, at its core, a relationship is a team and a successful relationship must include people who can work together for the benefit of that team, i.e. compromise, even if it’s about clothes. Let’s […]