DIY Laptop Stickers

Wow, it's been a minute!  I'm so sorry for the huge delay in posts, but the past term has been quite hectic.  Fortunately, I'm back with another DIY, since ya girl got a new laptop for Christmas.  Being me, I couldn't resist decorating it, so I made a bunch of these stickers that I'm quite… Continue reading DIY Laptop Stickers

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6B Survival Guide

By The Class of 2018 Congrats on getting into 6th form! Chances are you're here because of your excellent CSEC grades (or whatever exams you do in your country).  You've got a huge year ahead of you, so be prepared to really give it your all.  We, the class of 2018, having experienced 6B already,… Continue reading 6B Survival Guide

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How to Survive Highschool: 11 Tips for First Formers

By Rajini Coore So you finished GSAT and got into highschool (hopefully the one of your choice) and with school starting next week it's no surprise that you may be feeling both nervous and excited.  As someone who's about to enter their final year of highschool, I know exactly what it's like to be in… Continue reading How to Survive Highschool: 11 Tips for First Formers

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Back To School: DIY notebook

By Rajini Coore It's that time of year again, filled with the scent of new books, pencils and broken dreams...back to school season.  If you aren't already back at school you're probably trying to enjoy the last two weeks of summer vacation.  We all know back to school is one of the less enjoyable times… Continue reading Back To School: DIY notebook


8 Things We Want to Tell Our Parents

By Mariesha Morgan As you know, teens and parents have always been at odds on certain matters, whether it's differing opinions on maturity and independence, freedom of expression or the plain ol' lack of understanding on both parts. Though we teens can be a bit exaggerative where expressing our agendas is concerned and trying to… Continue reading 8 Things We Want to Tell Our Parents

Kitchen Adventures

Kitchen Adventures-Yaki Udon

After trying the magnificence that is Yaki Udon at Roe, I decided to try DIYing it. As with any DIY I went to Youtube to get a general idea of what to do. This recipe is based on the general idea I gathered from Youtube, slightly modified with the addition of scotch bonnet pepper. Hope… Continue reading Kitchen Adventures-Yaki Udon

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Band of The Month

Hi and welcome to the newest addition to the blog!  We decided to kick off this segment with The 1975, British indie pop-rock group.  Hope you enjoy! *** The 1975 – Band of the Month June Edition by Kajamba Fitz-Henley and Rajini Coore Matthew Healy, affectionately known to just about everyone as “Matty” (NOT “Matt”),… Continue reading Band of The Month

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The Cinnamon Roll Experiment

I've been experimenting for the past couple weeks, trying to find the perfect cinnamon roll recipe.  Finally, after two moderately successful attempts, I found this recipe on YouTube, by tatyanaseverydayfood and it turned out perfectly.  I'll link the recipe below and show you how mine turned out. The original recipe First, I let the yeast… Continue reading The Cinnamon Roll Experiment


Cheap Ways to Have Fun This Summer

By Rajini Coore Summer is the time of year when we can relax, kick back and spend time doing what we love most- spending money.  Between shopping for summer clothing, travel and going out with friends, freedom can get very expensive.  It can get hard having to decline invitations because you can't afford to spend… Continue reading Cheap Ways to Have Fun This Summer