The magic of completing 21 days without complaining (and bank holiday fun)

Rhythm Kitchen’s Caribbean dinner giveaway

Rhythm Kitchen DelroyDelroy Dixon or ‘The Jerkfather’ as he is better known, invested his life savings to launch Rhythm Kitchen in London’s Stratford Westfield shopping mall.

Having played host to everyone from hungry Olympians to Nicole Scherzinger and comedian Oliver Samuels, the Chef prides himself on supporting local suppliers and workers for community benefit.

We have a mouthwatering meal deal or ‘Chef special’ for two to give away to twitter followers who share their favourite Caribbean recipe with us via social media… Good Luck!



Bank Holiday fun  = Afro Hair & Beauty Show

Afro hair & beautyFor stage shows, pampering and some of the UK’s best Afro hair stylists going head to head in their annual WAHL Battle of the Barbers, it’s a great event to enjoy with family and friends.

With many of the industry’s leading brands exhibiting at the show, you’ll be able to check out the latest product innovations, services and take advantage of free samples and live demonstrations. Win a pair of tickets by tweeting and telling us what self love means to you. Our favourite answer wins. We’ll see you there!

Book your ticket here

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Once you go… you know 

Jeneil in Shelniel at CFWThe countdown is on for Caribbean Fashionweek 2015 in Kingston Jamaica. It’s not too late to book a flight and join us for ackee, salt-fish and a shopping break like no other.

Jeneil Williams who became Loreal’s first Caribbean ‘face’ with her campaign earlier this year, will return to the catwalk sporting some of the regions most impressive local design collections, and Billy Ocean will play a full set on CFW’s closing night.

What’s not to love…



Could you go 21 days without complaining? 

complaint free worldHave you heard of Will Bowen’s global hit ‘A complaint free world’?

Neither had we until a friend presented us with a copy and a wrist band to help us get started on the challenge of not complaining for 21 consecutive days.

Inspired by Dr. Maya Angelou’s ethos “Complaining, lets a bully know that a victim is in the neighbourhood” A Complaint Free World’s vision is to transform the attitudes of 1% of the world’s population – sixty million people.

The book was a global hit and the six millionth bracelet was presented to the iconic Angelou herself.

21 days without a complaint and watch the magic happen. We’re up for the challenge, are you?