Reading time: 4 minutes Crime does not discriminate. It does not care who you vote for or if you are black or brown, young or old, rich or poor. It will take something from you. If we are truly interested in solving crime, we must first accept that it will take time to fix, and that we will have to do one simple thing to … Continue reading What if your son were a criminal?
Guyana will only survive if we take our stories back from the people who have weaponized them. These people act stupid but they know the value of a story and they use our stories to serve themselves. My nana was a cane-cutter at the Diamond Estate for much of his life. For many years, my nani sold our farm produce at Bourda Market. My mamoos … Continue reading Will Guyana survive?
For all my people who know the struggle If you know me, you’ll know that I’m the bubbly girl, always smiling, always friendly, sometimes, too much so. That’s because I know what it’s like to need a little bit of kindness the way you need air after making a mad dash for your life. Kindness costs nothing and it means everything. It can save … Continue reading #bekind #savealife
This is the fourth article (taking the form of an open letter) in a five (5) part series – Parliament: It’s not about Politics, it’s about People. The series was inspired by a string of occurrences during the 74th to 82nd sittings of the Eleventh Parliament of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana. It offers brief commentary and analysis in simple language to anyone interested in learning, … Continue reading A Plea to ALL our Members of Parliament
Job interviews can really crank your stress levels up. During the last ten years I’ve sat through enough interviews on both sides of the table to know what works really well. Here are three tips to consider before you head into your next job interview: Speak about what you have to GIVE more than about what you want to get Forgetting that we’re in an … Continue reading 3 tips to consider before your next job interview