This post is for the woman who identifies more with the title Mum than Wife. The mum who can tell you exactly which of her trackpants has the best stretch but can’t remember when last she wore heels. This post is for the mum who used to use sexy lingerie to bed as the norm but now goes to bed in her husband’s oversized t-shirt … Continue reading 5 Ways to regain your sexuality after having kids
The Cadbury Glass and a Half project has really outdone itself this year and they have done it with YOUR help! First, it was by donating money every time you bought one of their specially marked slabs. All that money has been put to good use and they have already started delivering R1 Million worth of educational toys, books and games to orphaned and vulnerable … Continue reading There’s a Story in Everyone
Aromat is set to host a ‘once in a lifetime’ virtual dining experience with Miss Universe, Zozi Tunzi and YOU could be joining her! “Whenever I have to put a grocery list together, I realise how much I miss home – when I can’t find the things I want. The other day I wanted Aromat, and I wanted Aromat so bad. Nobody could understand what … Continue reading Fancy a dinner date with Zozi Tunzi and Aromat?
I’m always intrigued by books with Indians as the main characters because there’s so much that I can relate to in the story. Even though the story is based between London and India there’s still little pops of familiarity throughout the book. Genre and Themes I thought at first that this was a straightforward murder mystery but there is also a running theme of infidelity … Continue reading Your Truth or Mine by Trisha Sakhlecha
I met my now husband when I was 18. We started dating when I was 19, got engaged at 24 and married at 25. We were so in love and also in love with the idea of being ‘grown-ups’. For us that meant steadily moving forward through life. You date -> get your degree -> get engaged -> get married -> buy your first home … Continue reading My biggest marriage regret
It’s finally here! The day I have been patiently waiting for, for months! No no, it’s not Black Friday, though I have been waiting for that too! Today is the last day of school for the year. It has been a long year of early mornings, sitting in traffic, early bedtimes and just busy days overall. Now it’s time to wind down. It’s time to… … Continue reading Goodbye school! Hello Summer Holidays!
I’m sharing a treasured family Christmas Pudding recipe as well as a link to the baking giveaway of your dreams! Continue reading It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…
One of the the things that can keep my kids entertained for ages, is un-boxing videos. Now, if you were born before 1980 then you may not even know what this is. Let me help you. Un-boxing videos are videos of people opening…you may have guessed it by now…boxes of toys. Yes. Kids sit and watch other kids (or adults) open toys and explain how … Continue reading WIN a POOPSIE Surprise Unicorn!
It’s almost that time of the year. Two of my favourite things come together – Sales and Planning!!! Black Friday used to make me panic just thinking of the queues and trolleys but now I ONLY shop online while wearing my pjs and drinking coffee in the comfort of my own bed. Every year I have a different game plan. One year it was to … Continue reading Making Black Friday work for you!
When the lovely people at Penguin sent me this book to review, I just knew that my mum would enjoy it. She was a brilliant and dedicated History teacher for many, many years with a keen interest in South African History. It just so happened that she came to visit a few weeks ago and pilfered this book from my shelf, haha! So then she … Continue reading Book Review : The Longest March by Fred Khumalo – reviewed by Vasi Govender