Become the Change

What Do you Need to Do to Make the Change

Peace and Blessings and

Greetings Everyone


Wishing each and everyone a better and more further progressive 2021.  For me I ended the year on a good note. achieving all my goals for 2020, inspite or and despite of what has been going on around me and around the world.

This article is simply to encourage us all that the most important thing now is to continue to work and focus on our self awareness and to maintain our mental well-being and well-ness so that we are then in a position to support others from that place of internal strength and awareness.

A good friend of mine said recently 2020 and even 2021 was and is our year to earn and gain our PHD in self awareness, because this is where our true strength lies.  In the revelation of who we really are, in our authenticity and integrity to ourselves we then can be that to  others.  Our focus must continue to become and to be the change we want to see in the world.  There is so much energetically happening around us that in order to see what is, we have to become still on occasion, we have to pull back, to look at the man in the mirror and then fill that well inside of us, to keep that well topped up because so much more is coming our way.  We must try to keep the laughter and song in our hearts and souls.  Put on your music.  Put on your high vibrational music.  Have high vibrational conversations.  Dance.  Exercise.  Meditate.  Pray. Scream if you have to.  Whatever floats your boat as we go through this moment, these pivotal moments.  There is a saying - this too shall pass. 

On that note, I would like to I would like to introduce you to a little piece of the Caribbean.  My magazine Turningpoint: Your Lifestyle, Your Well-Being was finally published on Christmas day.  The theme for this Winter issue is called COMING THROUGH COVID: A CARIBBEAN EXPOSE.  In this issue there is the legendary Jamaican Comedian - Oliver Samuels who gives his take on Covid and shares his wisdom and humour to keep up topped up.  Then there is the legendary Devon Harris, one of Jamaica's original Bob Sledders from back in the day now turned Motivational Speaker, There is the story of Marie-Theres Junkerre in Dominica who runs a Care Home, Stories from two young people from the Spice island of Grenada who share their concerns about Covid, others articles from Montserrat, Barbados, St Lucia and some great giveaways. There are also some great nostalgic stories from the islands to help you reminisce.  Sun, Sea and Sand. 

You can view and purchase your online digital subscription here: Winter Edition 2020 | TurningPoint (

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Content to inspire and to keep you galvanised and to show that we are all in this together and that every little counts in terms of inspiration and words of hope and laughter.


Stay Sane.  Stay Safe.  Stay Aware

Esther Austin

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