Shane and I have finally finished our house project in Craighall Park and now it’s all ready for new tenants. So if you are keen to rent our newly renovated house made up of 3 bedrooms, a study (can be an office/4th bedroom), 2 bathrooms, open-plan kitchen and living area, which comes with an outside studio/flatlet and a bathroom, then please mail me on firstname.lastname@example.org or check it out on Private Property. It’s pet-friendly and it has a nice big back yard.Continue Reading…
Now, this next post may be a little out of the ordinary for me because I don’t often chat about beauty products, but a while ago I met the lovely folk at Dermalogica who introduced me to their world of amazing products and now I’m hooked.Continue Reading…
Last week my friend Jo and I went to visit Cotlands. We arrived with a bunch of cupcakes and spent a lovely morning with the awesome ladies who work there and the wonderful group of kids who fall are under their care a few times a week.
One of the reasons for the cupcakes and the visit is that this month MySchool My Planet MyVillage is celebrating their 21st birthday and in turn have set aside R2.1 million to give away to 21 deserving causes across South Africa. So through this MySchool21 campaign, you get to choose where all this money goes by nominating any beneficiary that is making a difference in our communities and for me, Cotlands was most deserving.
This organisation has always been on my radar, ever since I worked on it a few years back when I was still in advertising and since having kids of my own I can really appreciate and respect those out there looking out for little ones in need.
Last Friday I went for Live Blood Analysis at a place called Health Works in the Hyde Park Shopping Centre. Even though the mere sight of my own blood makes me feel like jelly that’s been left out of the fridge for too long, I have always been curious to see what’s going on under this skin of mine, find out what kind of blood I have.
As you may have seen we have just go back from an amazing trip to Greece. It was our first ever overseas family holiday and hopefully one of many to come. I posted a lot of photos to my feed about it and in turn, I received a lot of messages from people asking for tips on how to travel with kids. In this post I’m going to chat about a few things that I really love and took along with us. Then at the end of it I’m going to give a set of all the items (bar one) that I have written about to one of you guys because December is coming up and I think that this awesome pack, WORTH OVER R6 500 would be amazing for any travelling family.
Now giving tips on how to travel with kids is a pretty tricky thing because all kids, as well as all parents, are different. They can be creatures of habit, BUT they can also change in a heartbeat and suddenly you’re looking at your other half going ‘What the red-hot blazers is going on?! Why is our child hanging upside down from a chandelier and how the hell did they get up there?! If you are a parent then I’m guessing you know exactly what I mean.
Sometimes all you need is an ice cold Steri Stumpie Lite and a hot air balloon ride to make your day awesome! Up until last Friday I had never been on a hot air balloon before, it’s been something I have wanted to do forever so when I was chatting with the awesome folk from Steri Stumpie about their new range of Lite flavoured milk and they offered to take me up on one and I was like ‘YES PLEASE!’. And then when they said that they wanted to offer me two tickets (Worth R5000) to give to one of my followers together with an amazing Steri Stumpie Lite goody bag, again I was ‘YES PLEASE, TIMES A MILLION!’.