You know the drill: you run out of toilet paper, have to run to the store, buy everything you need (and a lot of things you don’t), get home and realize you’re out of laundry detergent (or deodorant, whatever). Joy. Who has time for that? I sure don’t. Chances are neither do you. So what […]
Need more information before you get to SGU in Grenada? Check out the SGU Facebook Groups directory. Here you can find academic groups for your entering class, activities and religious groups, and even find a place to stay or start stocking up on supplies before you arrive to the island. Click here to join the […]
Despite what most people think (and what previous graduates remember about shopping on the island), there are decent supermarkets located around SGU. Two of these, Real Value / IGA and Food Fair, are both located directly off SGU bus routes. A third option for those with transportation is FoodLand — a personal favorite due to the lower prices and varied selection which you can’t find either of the other two which are closer to campus. There are several other supermarkets in the town of Saint George, but due to the fact that none of them have adequate parking I have omitted them from this list.
A great KFC Coleslaw recipe that is *yummy*. Seriously, if I told my hubby it was from KFC he would believe it (it’s that good).
Have you ever tried some spicy peanuts? The ones we have here in Grenada are no joke. They’re hot to start and the spice stays on your tongue for a good while after you’re done. Well, my 2-year-old seems to think they are amazing. How did my kid get ahold of the peanuts? That’s for […]
After the sad disappearance of my wonderful Casio Baby-G I decided to upgrade to a smart watch. No, not a iWatch or Apple Watch (not a fan of buying new to market products, especially when the entry price point is North of $300 US). I have been longing for a device that could notify me […]
The rumors were true. Term 3 is easy. Not easy to get an A, but not hard in the least. Pre-midterm mostly focused on abnormal psychology with a sprinkle of human development and biostats. Post-midterm focused on psychological theories, epidemiology, jurisprudence, and medical ethics. Personally, I found the first half to be easier to prepare […]
As the new semester is creeping closer, the challenges of pre-med 3/1 are still vivid — trying to find time to study, trying to maximize said study time, and trying to stay sane. While some students breezed through 3/1, there were just as many who dropped the course, and just as many who made it by the skin of their teeth. Being one of the later, it seemed appropriate to reflect on what worked last semester, what didn’t, and what I can apply to next semester.
Depending on the type of business you have, Search Engine Optimization can mean life or death. If you’re selling products on a national or international level – making sure your products are found on the Internet is on of the keys to success. However, it has been recently brought to my attention that people outside […]