Daily Archives: September 3, 2008

I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou. Maya Angelou is hailed as one of the great voices of contemporary literature and as a remarkable renaissance woman; being a poet, educator, historian, best selling author, actress, playwright, civil-rights activist, producer and director – and that’s just for starters!

A Good Read

No. 3 of the “SIX STEPS TO WELLNESS” Electrical pollution is killing us. Power lines, airwave communication, fluorescent lights, computers, even hair dryers, are affecting our health and energy. The potentially harmful electromagnetic field caused by electricity interferes with our own energy field and nervous system.

Electromagnetic Balance – Part 3

The Good Ol' Days Maureen Sullivan and Dr. Raphaela Stimmelmayr Once upon a time on St Kitts and Nevis, thirsty people would go to the shops, buy a bottle of Coke, and return the empty for a quarter. The bottling company actually paid people to return empty bottles so that […]

THE Problem With Plastics: The Bottle Royale

Recent high profile trade disputes involving bananas and sugar have shed some light on the power and influence of the World Trade Organisation ("WTO"). Such rulings have caused many to view the WTO as an international bully which forces countries, usually poorer ones, to take actions that are not in […]

The World Trade Organisation (“WTO”) – How it Affects our ...

In this article we introduce a new contributor – Angela Liburd a (UK trained and qualified) Registered Nurse and Midwife. She holds additional professional qualifications including a degree in Therapeutic Massage and a Post Graduate Diploma in Higher Education. She is also a qualified Iyengar Yoga teacher and Complementary Therapist.

Yoga for Health

Vince Lombardi the great coach of the Green Bay Packers who lead the team to winning nine American Football seasons once said, "Leaders aren't born, they are made…" I am inclined to share that view. It takes time and patience to develop the skills of an effective leader. It also […]

7 Tips for Developing an Effective Team

The level of confusion and chaos surrounding the recent Football [Association] elections has surpassed anything of its kind before. There have been claims from some quarters that the elections were rigged; some people got violent, so not only accusations but, in some cases, cuffs and slaps were thrown around. Strictly […]

My Two Pence: Football Confusion