These strategies will certainly help out everyone, but this article is especially for our introverts!
If you don’t already listen to podcasts, this list will give you good reason to start.
Music affects your mood. Use it as a tool for higher productivity and a happier you. Here’s how.
New Jersey-native Angeline Pierre is a chef, entrepreneur, and model. Ever since this Haitian Queen moved to Rhode Island in 2013, she has been nonstop, even as she courageously continues her battle with Sickle Cell Anemia.
Providence-native Victoria Rodriguez is the true definition of a community advocate. This Guatemalan & Azorian superwoman is doing incredible work for Rhode Island.
May is Haitian Heritage Month! This is a national celebration of Haitian culture & history that was first celebrated in Boston, Massachusetts in 1998. To celebrate, we’ve compiled a list of Haitian establishments in Rhode Island. Enjoy, and let’s celebrate!!
Providence-native, Ryan Rocha lives a vibrant life in Tokyo, Japan. He is beautifully documenting his adventures through his YouTube channel MindYourWorld. He is also spreading the word in Japan about Rhode Island & about Cabo Verde!
March 27th is International Day of Cape Verdean Women! So it’s only right that today’s spotlight is of this Pawtucket-native & Cabo Verdean Queen, Karina Evora, who is representing Kriolas & Rhode Island so well!
Artistic expression can manifest itself in many forms. Here in Rhode Island – particularly in the Greater Providence Area – we are so fortunate to have countless young people boldly expressing themselves in such a beautiful way. Monephia Nembhard is one of those people.
Cabo Verdean Michael Silva is a young entrepreneur working hard to create a new experience for minority millennials in Rhode Island.