Grenadian Products To Look Out For In 2018

Grenadian Products to Watch in 2018 | Maigrin

Pure Grenada, a gem, the Isle of Spice – my nation – just celebrated 44 years of Independence from the British rule. We gained our independence on February 7th, 1974. Grenada celebrated Independence with a parade and concert at the National Stadium, St. George. Grenadians come from all over the island (and abroad) including sister islands Carriacou and Petite Martinique in red, green and yellow showing of national pride and...

Small Business Feature Friday #SmallBizFeature

Grenada Soul Adventurer | Small Business Feature Friday

Recently I started a series on Islepreneur’s Facebook Page doing Live videos promoting locally made products and services to help small business owners quickly spread the word about their products. The aim of the videos was to encourage locals to support Grenadian artisans and use those items to gift friends and loved ones for Christmas. Additionally, it was a way to help small business owners to gain some reach and...

Savor the Spice – One of Grenada’s Newest Soft Tours

You’ve heard of hiking tours, sailing tours and buggy tours, but just a few months ago, a new kind of tour had been introduced to the island of Grenada. If you’re a foodie, you’ll love this one. It’s called Savor The Spice which is a 3 – 6 hour culinary adventure tour to local restaurants and stops where you get to taste and learn about authentic Grenadian cuisine while also...

Dine & Define – OMNoire Glow Up Wellness Retreat

Early October, actually, the day before my birthday, I had another wonderful opportunity to attend a networking event. You know how I am about taking opportunities and connecting with new people. This time, I attended Dine & Define, which was a dinner held during OMNoire Glow Up Retreat 4-day weekend of wellness activities. If you have not heard about OMNoire, it is.. A wellness social community for multi-cultural women focused on...

Why More Local Businesses Should Support Blogging

When I just started blogging, I often got this question, “What is a blog and what really do you do?” I used to laugh. People was always interested in the content I shared, but they did not understand why. At that time, I was blogging as a hobby. Attending events, sharing recaps and searching for unique items from entrepreneurs without being asked to do so. I still do that today,...

Rest and Relaxation – Wellness Weekend at True Blue Bay Boutique Resort + Day Pass Giveaway

Life can be overwhelming with busy schedules, overly demanding customers and tight deadlines. Having a full-time job and working long tedious hours can mentally and physically wear you out. For most, vacation comes around once a year and I am almost sure you can agree that those few weeks off are never enough to smooth out those achy knots and kinks in your body and have you skipping to work...

10 Highlights of State of the Tourism Industry 2017

State of the Tourism Industry SOTIC2017

State of the Tourism Industry (SOTIC), an annual event organised by the Caribbean Tourism Organisation, is a week of tourism activities where people who play key roles in tourism throughout the region meet to discuss issues affecting tourism in the Caribbean and to formulate solutions and courses of action to better the tourism brand. This year’s week of activities ran from October 9th – 14th under the theme: Super-Charging the...

Order Your Next Meal Online With KariBites

Most of us are used to making calls to restaurants to order ahead of time and then we’d go to the restaurant to pick up our meals. Some restaurants have actually started offering delivery services within parishes, but how about a service which saves you so much time? I’d like to introduce you to KariBites.com where you can go online, select a local restaurant and place a custom order with special...