Happy New Year!! Hope you had a great holiday season and are ready to grab the decade by the horns and crush it ( Note: the decade actually starts in 2021). Welcome to the JAHMIN Posts of the week. We have some really great content on ReggaeSteem these days and we would like to send a BIG Thank You to the entire community. We appreciate your effort and we can only imagine what the future will bring. If you have any questions or concerns regarding our tribe, feel free to reach out to us.
Let's Get JAHMIN
It gets harder each week to choose which posts to feature. That is a good thing as that means the community and content is growing. We are glad to see the new members rolling in on the feed. Welcome and make your self at home on ReggaeSteem.
Each week, we choose posts that we really feel stood out and had exceptional quality. In no particular order, here are the JAHMIN posts of the week.
Dec 29-Jan 5
@doitvoluntarily had many great articles. In this particular posts he talks about the recent plastic ban taking place in the Caribbean. Here are links to other posts from the great writer. A Tourism Record For Antigua And Barbuda, Eclipse at Half Moon Project Opening in Jamaica 2020 and St. Maarten Named The Most Innovative Caribbean Destination for 2020
@super-irie gives us the final faces of Jamaica ( we think) and what a post it is. He highlights two musicians on the 7 Mile Beach in Negril and ends the post with one of their song links. Great JAHMIN way to end the series.
@crypticat gave us statistics about the tourism industry in Jamaica and it is very insightful as it shows that the ReggaeSteem mission is valuable proposition to the economy. See part 1 in the series here.
@pablo1601.sports gave us a breif history of the Jamaican sprinter Merlene Ottey and showcased some of her most memorable races. Just a friendly reminder to all, please put refernce links in your posts.
@jadnven tells a fictional story that takes place in Port Royal, Jamaica. The story is captivating as well, very short and makes think of the movies that could be made in about Jamaica. Here are other micro stories he wrote. Ghuok, A soul in Green Grotto. Micro Story., Love Under Water, Micro Story and The Water of Faith. Milk River.
@sustained wrote an interesting article about poverty focusing on the Caribbean with graphs.The questions she asked make for good discussion.