Non-Touristy Things to do in St. Kitts || Island Life

So you’ve finally decided to book your dream vacation to that exotic Caribbean Island– St. Kitts.

You jump on google and in addition to searching for, ‘how safe is St. Kitts?’ Places to avoid in St. Kitts? Are the people in St. Kitts really cannibals? What is the tourist murder rate in St. Kitts? You ask google, ‘what to do in St. Kitts?’. Continue reading

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Woman to Woman.

I recently read about a woman in Pennsylvania who shot her husband’s ‘side-chick’ then killed herself (not the best thought out plan), leaving the man free from the hassle of divorce and any other associated drama that comes with messy situations such as these (no pun intended).

This kind of situation often opens an onslaught of hateful comments directed at the ‘side chick’. Did you miss this post? Take a look and let me know your thoughts in the comments below.

Otherwise, yes, yes, yes, I have been AWOL (shame on me) I will be back soon, life happened and it just kept happening and happening and happeninggggg! I will be back soon with fresh new content. Meantime, you can have a seat and catch up on posts you’ve missed. Have you been doing your kegels? Life getting in the way and can’t afford the fancy smancy spa… Escape and take a spa-cation at home!

Some time ago I became embroiled in a heated discussion on Facebook about relationships and cheating. It all started with a news article that said a woman killed her boyfriend’s ‘side-chick’ then killed herself.

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Blogiquette – 7 Simple Blogging Manners To Adhere By (Well, I think so, anyway!)

Great reminders here…have a gander!

But I Smile Anyway...

It’s very easy to become a little self-absorbed when you first start a blog.

  • You want to write things that people like.
  • You want followers.
  • You want to be discovered.
  • You want loads of comments and shares, to prove popularity.

Sure, there are blogs that manage to achieve that kind of fame and notoriety… but it’s not easy.

We all have to start somewhere, and like most of you will have been taught from birth, good manners count for a lot. In life, we have that etiquette to follow. We know about out pleases and thank yous. Respecting others. showing compassion and humility.

It’s the same in the Blogosphere.

Except here you have Blogiquette to learn.

It’s not much different to what you do in real life, but obviously, it’s via the interweb, so you need a few tweaks!

You don’t want to be known as the pompous one who…

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