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Setting up a FREE PAYPAL account in Barbados

PayPal’s service enables anyone around the world to pay, send money, and accept payments, additionally, data encryption and anti-fraud technology to help keep your information secure, reducing the risk of online fraud. Due the the absence of a locally based alternative within the Caribbean which is capable of carrying out […]

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Trapped by Fear and Worry

Walking in circles in my mind again…    Where do I even begin?   Sometimes I wish I knew what I was doing. Sometimes I wish I were more confident in my dreams and aspirations that I’d just take life by the throat and make it my bitch. Squeezing success […]

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June 19, 2019 philip no responses

Work Online From Home In Barbados

Over the past month BimShops.com, BimAutoCentral.com & WavyMag.com have published a number of commission based work opportunities, aimed at providing an additional means of revenue for all local Barbadians or any other able-bodied person. This article will breakdown each of these positions, what they entail and how you can start […]

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Crake Ventures #4.5 Sailing to Antigua

The journey can be best broken down into four chapters, stepping foot on the fastest boat I’ve ever sailed to date, meeting my crew who quickly became family, assessing the potential wifeys Antigua had to offer & the unfortunate collision which disrupted our charter’s racing week and incurred hundreds of […]

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Firm craftsmen of our fate: HQ, Uber & the Future

The right honorable Mia Mottley, has provided a plan for the restoration and advancement of Barbados’s economy in the Official 2019 budget. While locals shared a feeling of unease leading up to the calling of parliament on Wednesday, Bajan’s were treated to a phenomenon unseen in our island over the […]

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March 20, 2019 philip no responses

Unique Artwork Up for Grabs!

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Crake Ventures #3 The Trinidad & Tobago Carnival Guide

The practice of celebrating Carnival in the Caribbean has been deeply rooted in our African Heritage for centuries, It’s celebration is/was symbolic of our rejection of colonial oppression and expressed our dissatisfaction and mockery of the European’s own festivities. Some sources go onto state.. Historians say they believe the first […]

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