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A Case For Nannies

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The Jamaican housekeeper is a superwoman. She is the person tasked with directing the home when the residents are away, though some - usually after many years of service - are actually the real bosses of the home. This person, almost always a female does the washing, ironing, cooking, cleaning, is responsible for other employees, sometimes does business on behalf of owners and keeps all the house secrets. This is also the person often times responsible for the nurturing of your most prized valuables, your children.

Normally called ‘Aunty’ or ‘Miss’ so and so, this superwoman also doubles as a nanny. Along with all the duties she completes for the adults, Aunty is expected to get the children ready for school - if they aren’t old enough, be available to collect them when they get home, ensure they eat, do homework, and keep a watchful eye until the parents return from work … whatever time. A whole other job is involved when the child is an infant.



Aquamar DMC Ranks As One Of The Top Activities Within Jamaica


Aquamar DMC logoAquamar DMC is now one of the largest providers of tours and transportation services within Jamaica. Since 2009, the company has prided itself on meeting the needs of travelers looking for adventurous and authentic tours at an affordable price. The company is now well known as a one-stop shop that provides a wider range of services with the objective of creating unforgettable vacation memories.

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Jamaica Adds Dedicated Volunteer Initiative Page To Official Website

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Monday, 13 October 2014

The Jamaica Tourist Board has added a dedicated page to its website for visitors who desire to volunteer during their vacation trip to the island. Visitors can now easily plan volunteer experiences through this voluntourism initiative.  The combin...



Africa’s Hidden Hunger

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Saturday, 14 March 2015

DAR ES SALAAM – Just over 20 years ago, South African photographer Kevin Carter shocked the world with a controversial photograph of a famished young Sudanese child being watched by a vulture during a famine. Critics slammed the shot as “disaster ...


Self Improvement

If Money Were No Object

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Thursday, 14 July 2011

Let’s face it. The business will always need something else. Just like there will always be people who will ask for your help. Where we get caught is when we begin to believe that we can actually bring the

“need” to a close. “If I can just make ano...