Living with PCOS, can we do anything to help ourselves?
Q & A with Elenia Kolokotronis – Specialist Clinical Nutritionist PCOS affects premenopausal women every day and the age of onset is most often around 16 years of age. Countless women find themselves hopeless, exhausting all conventional treatment methods and having to learn to live with this debilitating condition. With last month being World Infertility … Continue reading Living with PCOS, can we do anything to help ourselves?
Is there value in a financial plan if money is tight? Everything starts with a plan Whether you’re baking a chocolate cake with the kids or laying down ideas on how to tackle the week ahead, you have specific elements to work with, you need to follow a particular process and work towards a particular … Continue reading Creating or reviewing your financial plan
Get all the gear for your next local travel adventure…
Although we can’t travel at the moment there’s certainly nothing wrong with planning your next family holiday. And while international trips may be off the cards for a while we live in a beautiful country, which means a road trip could be your solution for your next getaway In a country that has wide open … Continue reading Get all the gear for your next local travel adventure…
Carrot salad goes particularly well with a Bunny Chow or as an accompaniment to most curries. Ingredients: 1-2 medium carrots 1/2 onion 1 green chilli (optional) 5 stalks fresh coriander 2 Tbsp white wine vinegar 1/4 tsp salt Method: 1. Grate or sliver the carrots using a potato peeler. 2. Finely chop the onion, chilli … Continue reading Carrot Salad by David Bird
This comforting tomato soup can be made in less than 20 minutes and enjoyed by both you and your toddler. Don’t forget to make the cheesy bread dippers – sure to be the most fun part of the meal for your toddler! This meal is suitable for toddlers 12 months+. Makes four small and two … Continue reading Easy tomato soup with cheesy bread dippers
Ensuring children use the internet and social media safely is not a new topic. These very platforms regularly highlight the pitfalls and dangers and parents have been advised to help protect their children from falling prey to cyberbullying, stalking, identity theft or scams. Charnel Hattingh, National Marketing and Communications Manager at Fidelity ADT, says in … Continue reading Help your child understand the no-go areas online
Coping with back to school blues or homeschooling stress
The COVID-19 pandemic has presented unchartered territory for everyone to navigate. For parents, the territory has come fraught with uncertainty, frustration, and worry. Homeschooling, adapting to online learning and caring for the physical, emotional, and mental wellbeing of children in lockdown have been, and remain, sources of tremendous strain. Then came the reopening of schools, … Continue reading Coping with back to school blues or homeschooling stress
June 2020 – Many of us have wonderfully nostalgic memories of buttercream icing. Whether it be licking the mixing spoon as a child, the wow-factor of a birthday cake or indulgently scooping the icing off a cupcake with a finger, buttercream forms part of our happiest memories. The smooth texture of the icing is simply heavenly, … Continue reading Butter Me Up – The Basics of Buttercream Icing
Use Colour Palettes – And Create Exclusive Interior Styled Spaces
June 2020 – Kim Williams a local South African entrepreneur, behaviour specialist and an interior creative, celebrates the use of vivid colours as a way to create a unique identity for interior spaces. Being in one space for an extended period such as lockdown puts a spotlight on your surroundings and often stimulates new insights for creativity … Continue reading Use Colour Palettes – And Create Exclusive Interior Styled Spaces