• PACKING FOR A SPRING WEEKEND BREAK

    Yay, it’s Spring and so many of us are going away for the weekend on a mini-Spring break. We’re constantly being asked for ideas on what to wear and pack. The idea is to try to minimize packing space by taking a number of key items and a couple of accessories that you can mix […]

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  • SA HAS UNUSUAL ALLERGIES (TO COFFEE AND THE COLD)

    While spring is a time of year where 17 million South Africans grab tissues from hayfever, we also seem to grapple with many other unusual allergies. One of the country’s leading providers of allergy treatments, Pharma Dynamics, recently conducted a national poll among 1 772 allergy sufferers to find out to what degree South Africans […]

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  • NEW MUSIC REVIEW & PLAYLIST, SEPTEMBER 2018

    Read about our 5 favourite new music releases for the month of September, plus some classic chillwave from 2001. Listen to the playlist at the end of the post or download these songs this month…    Mitski Song: Nobody From album: Be The Cowboy Mitski Miyawaki is a Japanese American singer/songwriter born in Tokyo but […]

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  • A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A RAINBOW DIET

    We’ve often talked about the health benefits of eating a colourful diet inspired by the rainbow. A low fat, low carb or Mediterranean diet is just that. The Mediterranean diet is a wonderfully balanced diet with a bit of everything – a rainbow of plant foods, olive oil, and a moderate amount of fish and poultry. […]

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  • GORGEOUS GIN & TONIC INFUSIONS

    I’m sure you will agree that South Africa has the perfect climate for drinking gin & tonic. Our warm, summer afternoons and citrusy sunsets plead for the refreshing drink. I love how the gins of South Africa have different characteristics like the various provinces of our country. The Western Cape initially led the way in […]

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