Wasting away in the kitchen, just to eat too much but still struggle with your waste. after Christmas, is a waste of energy! I know all the holiday movies on Netflix and DSTV are trying to sell us on a wonderful family feast menu.
Frosted windowpanes, a warm drink steaming in front of a roaring fire. Snowglobes, twinkling lights, warm festive sweaters, songs about how cold it is...Read More
Did you know that the WHO (World Health Organization) has reported a marked increase in both melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancers over the past 10 years? According to them, South Africans (of all races) are some of the most at-risk people in the world when it comes to the most common types of skin cancers. We get sun savvy in this article.
The sun is the...Read More
Macramé – simply the act of knotting string creatively is an ancient art form, dating back to the Assyrians and Babylonians. Knotted fringe like decorations on headdresses and clothing are depicted on stone carvings from this period. Various forms of knotwork also came from North Africa, with dangling knotted fringes often being used as decorations that also helped to keep flies out...Read More
Energy independence is the dream for many South African households, but can it be done incrementally, and without the massive cash injection, most solar conversions require? Eskom CEO André de Ruyter warned South Africans in January of 2020 that Loadshedding was going to be a reality for us, for at least 18 months, probably more. Based on this it would seem that the big man himself...Read More
A child’s bedroom should be a place of calm where your child can find a relaxing space away from the rest of the home. Although many kids share rooms with siblings, it can still be a wonderful place to take refuge from busy school schedules and homework assignments. Now is a great time of year to consider revamping the kids’ bedrooms giving them a sanctuary within the family home. A...Read More
When your love for travel has you finding the most creative ways to make the most out of a four-day trip, in the middle of a pandemic, where travelling seems risky but is much-needed food for the soul. Having had to scrap our plans for a white Christmas in a far-off land, we decided to make the most of our December vacation and tick off some of our bucket list items that happened to...Read More
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Does a gentle stroll towards a more peaceful future feel like the right fit for your family? Perhaps semigration is the answer you’ve been looking for. We look at ways to swap the grind for the...Read More