There is nothing like taking a break from the everyday hustle and bustle of the city and heading to the country, learning something new in the process.
In celebration of Gleaner's 180th year, we continue with our Style 180 feature to showcase the evolution of individuals' style. This week, we are featuring the transition of Office Manager Tracey-Ann Lawrence who has come a far way in a few decades but loves to keep it laid-back and cool.
The news of American actor Robin Williams taking his own life left many in shock. A man who made so many laugh, was suffering from depression. Then came the news from one of our own young, bright Jamaicans, Brandon Allwood, that he is struggling with depression, has tried to kill himself several times and is currently undergoing treatment in Canada.
Fashion is a cyclical affair - one minute, this is in, then it's out, and then it's back in once again. To keep up with the trends, many move with the tide and go along with this cycle, saving their favourite pieces and hoping that they will be trendy again.
For once, the bubbly 18-year-old sixth-form scholar of St Andrew High School, Genielle Williams, was at a loss for words.