Supporting local: Tropshop

Happy Sunday loves! New week, new 'Supporting local' post? Sounds about right. This week I want to introduce you all to TROPSHOP. In late 2016, Amy, a local entrepreneur founded a company that would go on to produce handmade, small batch, mostly Vegan products that come ready to use in mostly eco-friendly packaging (we stan a … Continue reading Supporting local: Tropshop

Black is beautiful- TT Film Festival 2018

The Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival is an annual, week-long screening of films aimed at growing and bringing recognition to Caribbean cinema. It showcases films based on Caribbean culture and diaspora. Until this year, I had never attended the festival. So when they reached out to me to view a few films, I couldn't resist. … Continue reading Black is beautiful- TT Film Festival 2018

Supporting local: Immortelle Beauty

The word 'Immortelle' has so much depth and meaning to it. While literally meaning everlasting, it is also the name of a beautiful West Indian tree. What name could be more fitting for a brand that produces both nourishing and enriching products? Founded by Kathryn Nurse, a trained cosmetic chemist, the brand offers a wide … Continue reading Supporting local: Immortelle Beauty

Supporting local: Sole To Soul Therapy

As a blogger from a small island, I am all for supporting and promoting local entrepreneurs and helping them grow their businesses. I've decided to start a series, here on my blog, where I showcase the work of talented local entrepreneurs. I tried out a few products made by Stephanie, the owner of Sole To Soul … Continue reading Supporting local: Sole To Soul Therapy