Tickoya Joseph

Every team needs an anchor. Lifestyle Editor Tickoya Joseph is a trained videographer who approaches all tasks with the zeal and precision of a visual storyteller. Though her method of storytelling has shifted, her vision of energising lifestyle reporting remains the same.

Tickoya Joseph

Throughout the month of July, Mayberry Investments Limited has been celebrating 35 years of helping Jamaicans build wealth. The company has consistently defined and redefined the market for the past three decades, a feat that is attributed to the many hard-working men and women who contribute to its success every day. Among these individuals is …

Mayberry CEO speaks wealth, family, and living in the moment Read More »

With an air of confidence, the laws of physical attraction drive you to appreciate his chiselled body. His smooth chocolate skin, sweet smile and deep brown eyes penetrate the very soul of your desires. There’s nothing sexier than the visual indulgence of a handsome and charming guilty pleasure. Since the virtual world has taken over, …

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We are living in what is known as the digital age, which is defined to be “a time when large amounts of information are widely available to many people, largely through computer technology” (Collins Dictionary).  It is debatable whether that age began in or before the 1970s, but what is true is that the average …

Defamation in the Digital Age: Laws of Eve Read More »

The view has been expressed that it is both a blessing and a curse to feel everything so deeply. Cassandra* loves with all of her heart, but seemed to be always rocking her way into one entanglement after the other. Aspiring to settle for nothing less than happiness, the 32-year-old nurse entertains four potential boos …

The Love Boat-Four levels of entanglement Read More »

Brittney Robotham is on a mission to change the way women feel about their kinky hair by launching  Britt’s Natural Hair Care Regimen. The main goal of this local beauty line is to inspire others to love and care for their natural kinks and coils. “Initially, the inspiration came from my love for natural hair. …

Brittney Robotham Empowering Women Through Haircare Read More »

Technology may be changing faster than laws can keep up, but that cannot be said of DNA and its use in paternity claims.   The recent decision of the Court of Appeal in the case of AK v HA-P [2020] JMCA Civ 25 has been heralded as a major breakthrough in the use of technology to …

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Between multiple online meetings, chasing after her 14-month old twin boys Jonathan and Daniel, and taking care of her family, Latoy Lawrence – Flow’s Regional Marketing Manager for the Northern Caribbean (Jamaica, Cayman, Bahamas), has her hands full. Our routine now is very different. Before COVID-19, our nanny would be at work from 8 a.m. …

MY FLAIR LADY: LATOY LAWRENCE-NAVIGATING THE EXTREME SPORT OF BALANCE Read More »

Daughter: Jayla (8 years old) How did you feel when you realised you were having a girl? -Funny thing is, I wanted a boy first and was a little disappointed initially, especially since I found out when I was about six months pregnant. All along we were calling her Liam *face palms*. But by the …

My Flair Lady: Raising Queens with Randy Bowman Read More »

JOB LOSS has been one of the most damaging blows of COVID-19. Entire industries — tourism, entertainment, restaurants and bars, BPOs — and various small businesses have had to lay off staff or completely shut their businesses. If you have lost your job, you are among millions across the globe grappling with the effects of …

SEVEN THINGS YOU SHOULD DO IF YOU’VE BEEN LAID OFF Read More »