COVID-19 Rethinks: 4 suggestions How to Tweak Barbados’ Government’s “We Got This” Slogan to suit the pandemic

Barbados' Government barely lift Covid-19 travel restrictions July 12, and we had rap recording artist Drake come thru¹ to bring Government's tourist arrival protocols - or lack thereof - sharply into focus. If you didn't pay attention before, Barbados Government's strategy re visitors & coronavirus should now be clear to you - Tourism is a … Continue reading COVID-19 Rethinks: 4 suggestions How to Tweak Barbados’ Government’s “We Got This” Slogan to suit the pandemic

Boatyard Blowup lessons that can be learned by any Bajan business: 4 questions to ask to avoid a sinking ship

What to remember when reading this post: WHAT HAPPENED: Local tourism-based business accustomed creating 'a tourist experience' for visitors attempts a 180°, in seeming attempt to suddenly make its facilities appealing for locals. Tragedy & comedy ensue, by way of social media dragging; WHAT THIS POST ISN'T: About race issues; this is a post about … Continue reading Boatyard Blowup lessons that can be learned by any Bajan business: 4 questions to ask to avoid a sinking ship

Barbados’ Broken Relationship with its Prime Minister

I don’t type these words lightly, but it’s time. In 2 short years (June 2018-June 2020) the political landscape of Barbados has changed. Wholly and completely. Yet even the so-called intelligentsia of the country barely seems to notice. In 2 short years Barbados went from being a 2 party state - which was limiting enough … Continue reading Barbados’ Broken Relationship with its Prime Minister

Starting a Grassroots Organization: 6 Steps How NOT to do it in Barbados

George Floyd's death, riots and worldwide protests - The time may seem ripe for you to start up an organization where you live, just to make Life in Bim Better. Or Black Bajan Lives Matter, to locally address police brutality. All worthy causes, to be sure. And yet during my short time on earth, I've … Continue reading Starting a Grassroots Organization: 6 Steps How NOT to do it in Barbados

Who Mo’ Bajan – Me or You? A challenge to beat my most Bajan Bajanisms

TUUUUUURN UP YAH MADDAAAAIndependence here again, peoples: NAMBA 52So you know wa dah mean, right ? Iz time, my fellow Ba'badians, to tuuuuuuurn up yah Bajaaaaann!!!Dah is wa YOU'S ta turn up! Becausin, along wid conkies and national colours, wa more Bajan than your vernacular - the language uz speak when de day come? Your first … Continue reading Who Mo’ Bajan – Me or You? A challenge to beat my most Bajan Bajanisms