Lead-3

Third lead article

Having been at communications and entertainment firm, Flow Jamaica for the past eleven years, Nicola Mundy knows a thing or two about what it means to climb the corporate ladder. The finance manager is of the firm view that advancement in the workplace should be determined by ability and not gender. “I believe the selection …

Nicola Mundy making a difference in corporate finance Read More »

If it is that a picture is worth a thousand words, then by this estimation, what is a video worth? Video, according to Lisa Lubin, informs and entertains people. No one understands or appreciates this sentiment more than O’Knegi Holness. His love for video production was first ignited in his teenage days. After being asked …

O’Knegi Holness putting vision into focus Read More »

Dating comes with its pleasures and pains — we get that. But what’s up the pop quizzes and 21 questions? We’re all for getting to know each other, but it shouldn’t mimic an interrogation designed to gather evidence that will either be used to guilt you on the spot or use it against you later …

Dating Don’ts — Questions that lead to Interrogations Read More »

It seems to be the norm to take and post photos, thoughts and probably jokes on social media these days. But, imagine getting an unexpected fan base where persons start sending direct messages expressing how much they love your work and that they would love to partner with you for promotional reasons. Before long, you …

The Multifaceted Alexandra Daley Read More »

Queen: Naima Kourtnae (8 years old) Flair: How did you feel when you realised you were having a girl? TK: The truth is, I wasn’t thrilled when I found out I was going to be a mom. It had nothing to do with her gender. I just didn’t feel ready mentally or physically. I didn’t …

My Flair Lady: Raising Queens with Terri-Karelle Reid Read More »

With little to no effort, 28-year-old Chana-Lee Scott from May Pen has been leaving her followers in trails of fashion envy as she slays any attempted look.   Since moving to California five years ago, she has discovered her personal style on the sale racks of her favourite stores. “There’s a way to ensure that …

Fashion Envy Read More »

Where there are no words, food seems to be the perfect substitute: to express joy, to numb the pain, and to celebrate every special occasion. One person who has made it her mission to cater to cravings is Stephannie Coy. Coy has always had an affinity for the wonderful world of culinary. “The process of …

Stephannie Coy caters to cravings with BlueHouse Read More »

Women with endometriosis have significantly higher rates of depression than women in the general population. That’s according to psychiatrist Dr Kristen Robinson-Barrett. It’s the end of endometriosis month, so Flair spoke to the expert to explore this problem that several ‘endo warriors’ face. She said that depression is exceedingly prevalent in women with endometriosis, with …

Sir, it is not PMS Read More »

Ten years ago, when Roxene Nickle tried to get pregnant, she learnt that she had endometriosis. This is a condition that results from the growth of endometrial tissue (tissue that lines the uterus) outside of the uterus and causes pelvic pain, especially during menstruation. Since the diagnosis, the agonising condition has become part of the …

Endometriosis through the eyes of a warrior Read More »

From the small town of Alps, Westmoreland, an educator, author, and motivational speaker with a master’s degree in educational administration has written a book geared towards people who want a more fulfilling life experience.  Having been through the motions of life, paired with her passion for seeing young people remain focused on their goals, Nakita Barnett-Hamilton …

Refocusing your thoughts with Nakita Barnett-Hamilton Read More »