Posted on 23 January 2013.
Haitienne Magazine ask her a few question about her business
How did you get your start in the event planning & design industry?
I was the girl that everyone called to help plan their dinner parties in college. Then while in law school I was the girl that everyone called to help plan their wedding. It did not [...]
Posted in Featured Stories, Lifestyle, Money & Career, People
Posted on 04 January 2013.
Hometown: Petion-ville Haiti
Occupation: Model and student
19 year old Jacques was crowned Miss Haiti Universe as Anedie Azael stepped down after a year and half as “Miss Haiti Universe” for 2011.
BIO: With a life heavily impacted by the 2012 earthquake, Christela Jacques has devoted much of her time volunteering with the national effort to rebuild Haiti. Her interests [...]
Posted in Arts and Culture, Beauty, Featured Stories, Hair, Makeup, News, People, Skin & Nails
Posted on 21 May 2012.
Dating in midlife can have some unique challenges for women. Plainly said: it can suck. As a Dating and Relationship Coach for women over 40, and a gal who became a first-time bride at age 47, I can vouch for the seemingly suckiness of it.
But here’s what I now know: after 40 can be the [...]
Posted in Arts and Culture, Featured Stories, Health, Lifestyle
Posted on 19 March 2012.
By Nadra Kareem Nittle- Is marriage for white people? That question has been asked in one form or another in a series of news reports about the black marriage “crisis.” On the surface, such stories seem to be concerned about black women in search of love, but these media reports have largely served to fuel stereotypes about African [...]
Posted in Featured Stories, Lifestyle, Love & Sex
Posted on 02 March 2012.
By M. Skye Holly–
At home on my kitchen table sat a prominent reminder of my childhood. A fragment of the little girl I was, the young woman I am and a sort of tangible question mark about who I will become. When I noticed it the other afternoon, a wave of nostalgia blurred my eyes [...]
Posted in Featured Stories, National, People, Politics & Perspective
Posted on 13 February 2012.
A team of Irish businesspeople is taking on an even bigger challenge – transforming Haiti from a country hit by earthquake and cholera into a destination for investment. This means creating a whole new perception of the country internationally. Sarah O’Toole, project manager for Brand Haiti, explains how they are doing it.
A YEAR AGO I [...]
Posted in Featured Stories, Lifestyle, Nightlife, Travel
Posted on 11 February 2012.
If you and your partner are like most couples, chances are, you fight about money. Numerous studies have shown that money is the No. 1 reason why couples argue — and many of the recently divorced say those battles were the main reason why they untied the knot.
While anyone will tell you that talking about [...]
Posted in Featured Stories, Home, Lifestyle, Money & Career
Posted on 09 February 2012.
Haitienne Magazine contributor and staff Kristina Renee in Kuantan Pahang Malaysia Teaching English in Malysia under Fulbright Program. We are so proud of her, and wanted to share this program with our Haitienne readers.
The Fulbright Program is the U.S. government’s flagship international educational exchange program
Sponsored by the United States Department of State, the Fulbright Program provides [...]
Posted in Arts and Culture, Featured Stories, International, People, Politics & Perspective
Posted on 17 January 2012.
When you’re in the mood, it’s a sure bet that the last thing on your mind is boosting your immune system or maintaining a healthy weight. Yet good sex offers those health benefits and more. That’s a surprise to many people, says Joy Davidson, PhD, a New York psychologist and sex therapist. “Of course, [...]
Posted in Featured Stories, Health, Lifestyle
Posted on 13 January 2012.
LEMONADE, Haiti.- President Leonel Fernandez kept this promise to the Haitian people after the earthquake of January 12, 2010, and on Thursday delivered the symbolic keys to a university with a capacity for 10,000 students and three buses to transport those who live in distant communities.
In a speech in fluent French and Spanish, Fernandez expressed [...]
Posted in Featured Stories, Haiti News