Welcome to our 2020 Contractors Awards!

When we talk about our homes it seems we can’t get far without singing the praises of our favourite contractors. The ones who go above and beyond to provide amazing service. They come at all hours to save your bathroom when the plumbing breaks, make your gardens bloom and are there to tile, paint and decorate your house to make it a home that’s truly yours. By far our most anticipated and exciting...

Resilience Through a Pandemic

COVID. It’s funny how this word is ingrained into our daily lives when merely a year ago, almost to this date, there was some mystery virus spreading ‘across the pond,’ and we were still going about our business. The CAOB were in protracted discussions with the government with regards to our grant and whether or not it was going to be given to us in the next fiscal year. April 1st was fast...

Keeping Your Family Safe During the Covid-19 Pandemic

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has upended family life around the world. School closures, working remote, physical distancing — it’s a lot to navigate for anyone, but especially for parents. Even with the emergence of the COVID-19 vaccine, it will be some time before we see a return to some level of normality (or new normal). However that doesn’t mean you are helpless, to get through the...

If You Could Prevent Cancer Would You?

About one of every three residents in Bermuda will develop some form of cancer in their lifetime! Early diagnosis is essential for detecting cancer in the early stages when it is most treatable. Can we do better? Can you reduce your risk of getting cancer in the first place? It may sound too good to be true, but scientists now estimate that up to 75% of cancer deaths can be prevented AND that 30 -...

Keeping Our Families Secure

When we set up home and watch our families grow, keeping them safe and cared for becomes our number one priority. With a global pandemic that has reframed what safety looks like in homes all over the world, it makes sense that what we understand as home security has itself been reshaped. With work-from-home imperatives for many and long hours away from home for others with essential roles, the...

10 Tips to Eat Well for Less

As we all know it can sometimes be difficult to eat healthily on a budget here in Bermuda. Here are some tips to help: Try Not to Waste Food Did you know food waste alone now represents 22% of Bermuda’s total garbage? Be strict about buying only what you will eat. Plan your meals so all the ingredients on your list get used and freeze anything leftover that is due to go out of date. Write a...

Lindos – How to be the Perfect Guest in 2020

This year is a little bit different, and though we all want to do our best to adhere to social distancing and keeping each other safe. It’s still possible to enjoy some festive delights, so grab some rum and that eggnog, we’ve got some celebrating to do! For many, finding the time to make an intricate treat to bring along can be a real trial. Lindo’s has some solutions to help you through this...

Farm to Fork – The Importance of Sustainable Eating

Becoming better educated consumers is not only important to our pocket books, but it has other significant impacts you may not be aware of. Of course, we all understand that everything we eat will have some impact on our planet and our health. But did you know that we currently consume 1.6 times what our Earth’s natural resources can supply? (World Wildlife Foundation-WWF) Or that studies have shown...

Healthy Minds

Expert Advice from Dr Grant Farquhar, Consultant Psychiatrist at Kindred Bermuda is overflowing with opportunities to live a healthy lifestyle that is conducive to both healthy bodies and healthy minds. Here are ten scientifically evidence-based things that you can prioritise during your daily life in order to benefit your mental health. 1. Stress: Manage It You cannot eliminate all stressors and...

Gardening Therapy

Expert Advice from Chris Faria, Gardener and Owner of Agra Living Did you know when we get soil under our fingernails it triggers our brain to release serotonin, a natural antidepressant? That’s right, this is thanks to a commonly found bacteria in the soil. What a great reason to spend more time working in the garden, gloveless! Ask anyone that gardens regularly and they can’t help but sing...

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