Sunday, February 16, 2014

Featuring our guests: Upcoming visionaries, Let's INC.

The concept of Let's INC logo: The light bulb represents the power of your imagination and the ability to think of great ideas. The missing half of the light bulb represents the work and effort one has to put into creating their dreams. Bringing the logo to life is the colour green representing nurturing and growth.

About Us

Let's INC is an advising and mentoring blog site focused on helping others Imagine the possibilities, Nurture their potential and Create opportunities to realize their dream; by providing the help and guidance one needs to see their vision through. From tips for everyday living, surviving the important college years to figuring out your career path and much more: Let’s INC is committed to helping you live your best life. 

 The inspiration for Let's INC 

Let's Inc Statement:    
Let's INC has been a brainchild of mine for quite some time. I have been fortunate enough to have great mentors that have equipped me with invaluable knowledge and helped me along the way. I needed a way to pay it forward – to create a platform where the experiences and lessons that I have learned can be shared in hopes of inspiring others.

The tricky part was finding the perfect way to do this. I wanted the ideal medium that would connect with my target audience while allowing me to be vocal in the quest to help others Imagine, Nurture and Create. Today’s generation is known for its love of the internet – it is how we connect with friends, network, and digest our daily news. With this in mind, the concept of a blog was born. A blog would offer me the opportunity to share my experiences, offer sound advice and help mentor someone along the way. 

However, in order to reach as many people as possible this cannot be a sole venture. Partnering with me is a great team of lifelong friends who too realize the importance of and have benefited from great advising and a helping hand in various stages of their life. With their wide range of expertise, they can provide a different perspective on the various topics that we will cover here on this site.

We are a diverse group with so much to share. Join us as we fulfill our dream of helping others reach theirs!

Mission Statement
Let's INC will serve as a creative forum to help promote the uncensored thoughts and views of young people. 
Our goal is to help others:
 I - Imagine the possibilities that are within their reach and become positive thinkers.
N - Nurture their innate potential and ability to fearlessly take the world on and thrive 
C - Create their own opportunities to further realize their dreams

Let’s INC is volunteer based and the target audience ages range from 16 to 30.

There is an array of topics that would be covered on the website, a few are listed below.
  • ·         Cynicism
  • ·         Building self-esteem and character
  • ·         Peer pressure
  • ·         Importance of living in the moment 
  • ·         Prioritizing and Planning
  • ·         Individuality/Defining yourself
  • ·         Setting goals
  • ·         Spiritual development
  • ·         Leaders and Followers
  • ·         Succeeding in High School 
  • ·         College/University Life

Ø  Choosing the right College/University
Ø  Applying
Ø  Entrances essays
Ø  Making the most out of your college experience
Ø  Internships
  • ·         Time Management
  •  ·          Financial planning

Ø  Making a budget
Ø  Saving
Ø  Retirement plans
  • ·         Post Grad Life
  • ·         Getting a job

Ø  Resume building
Ø  Writing cover letters
Ø  Applying for a job
Ø  How to conduct a proper interview
Ø  Importance of interview follow up
  • ·         Networking
  • ·         Finding balance in life
  • ·         Failures/Second chances
  • ·         Sacrifice
  • ·         Social Media

Let’s INC Team (or as we like to call ourselves INCers)

  • ·         TeAndra Thomas
  • ·         TeAnn Thomas
  • ·         Havana Handfield
  • ·         Remi Hamilton
  • ·         Kittraina Moore
  • ·         Brianna Williams
  • ·         Natalya Muncuff
  • ·         Ruel Strachan II

     You can find them on


     Their website:

Saturday, February 1, 2014

Book Review:Never Seduce a Scot (The Montgomerys and Armstrongs, #1) by Maya Banks

 Title: Never Seduce a Scot 
Author: Maya Banks
Reviewed By: Dede
Rating: *****

My review:

Let me just say that this book was a slow build up to the main action, but what a slow burn it was! Every woman would love to have a Graeme in her life and most man would love to have a Eveline. Loyal to the end.

When I began reading this book I thought that Graeme would have been horrible to her but what a shock he was. Everyone thought that Eveline is dumb but all she really was, was deaf from a riding accident where she fell from her horse. From the very beginning Graeme respected her when no one else from his clan would. 

In the beginning his brothers found it hard to change their views but because of the courage that Eveline displayed they eventually saw that she was indeed the woman for their brother to marry.

Eveline, in the beginning was afraid to tell anyone that she is not really daft for fear that she would have to marry Ian McHugh. It is Graeme's sister who realizes this and coaxed Eveline to let Graeme know.

In the end, I thought that he would not discover where she was being hidden after she was taken by Ian but luckily he did. Graeme was portrayed throughout the book as kind of a soft bruiser of a leader but in the end the writer really showed that Graeme, although, just and kind can still deliver a death sentence to all that cross him. Overall, this book was pleasing for me to read and I would continue to read more of Maya Banks books.

My Baked Barbecue Pasta

Baked Barbecue Pasta


Coloured Spiral Pasta
Mozza-Cheddar Cheese
Original BBQ Sauce
Sweet Pepper (Red or whichever you have)
Ground Beef

3 cups cooked pasta, 1 cup barbecue sauce, 1 pack of already cooked ground beef, 2 cup mozza-cheddar cheese, 1/2 cup onions, 1/2 cup sweet pepper.....of course people who know me know I don't use any measurement but my eyes so I'm guessing how much I put there, but my eyes are 99% accurate. Also this is the basic recipe but I do experiment with dishes, so you can add whatever tastes good to you.

                                                                                                                                                              Leave uncovered in oven, on 350, to bake until golden on top or until you think it is done.
 Finish Result!!!!