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Our Story Isn’t Over Yet

It all started with a semicolon.

Aka it all started with a pause. Nia and I took a moment to recognize what was right in front of us – Caribbean girls who blogged needed a digital home and a community. And from that pause, from that thought, Caribbean Girls Who Blog was born.

What started off as a Twitter hashtag has now become a movement. The responses from you, our Caribbean sisters, have been exceedingly above what we expected. Your support has been critical, your ideas and suggestions have been pivotal, and your participation has been invaluable.

It is YOU that have developed this brand!

It is YOU that have created this community!

Today, though, Nia and I will be taking a brief hiatus from emails and content, focusing on you and promoting your content on social media.

Just like in the first few months of Caribbean Girls Who Blog’s existence, we will put YOU at the forefront. On Instagram, we will share your stunning photos and on Twitter, we will promote your content. You can also reach out to us and other CGWB members via Slack. (If you don’t have access, please reply to this email and let us know! If you have any questions about how we’re using Slack, please reply to this email as well)

In the beginning, it started with a pause, and now we are inserting another into the fabulous novel that we’ve created together.

No worries, we will return to your inboxes in Spring 2017 bigger and better than ever! However, don’t forget that Caribbean Girls Who Blog is more than just Nia and I, it is YOU!



From Our Caribbean Gyal Hearts,
Nia and Tamara
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About Tamara

Tamara is a creative millennial from the island of Barbados who loves coffee and is an unashamed dog mom. Everyday she loves to mix style, color and faith to empower others and she pursues her dreams.