It’s time for a fun and innocent, but also relatable and valuable animation! Courtesy of Black Sheep Films, Maya the Bee 3: The Golden Orb is set to be released in cinemas nationwide on 23 April and it is the perfect family movie with life lessons for all ages. Through Maya’s exciting adventures and her journey of self-discovery, kids will be able to identify experiences in their own lives, opening up a whole list of family conversation starters.
Lifestyle – Travel – Fashion
I’ve been facing the challenge of having to find ways to get Elian to eat. Not just veggies; anything! In fact, shove a plate of anything healthy in front of him and I’ll probably say: “He’ll never eat that.” I’m sure there are many moms out there who face the same challenge, but it’s only now that I realise how frustrating it is when your kids don’t want to eat. The South African Mushroom Farmers’ Association has come to my aid with this recipe, though, and I am pretty sure that it might have my kids craving for more.
Did you know that April is National Cannabis Awareness month? Evidently, it’s a good time to shed some light on the healing properties of CBD, don’t you think? With Cannabis having been a miracle herb in traditional healing methods for centuries and having been used and cultivated by mankind for over 6000 years, it makes sense to talk Cannabis in National Cannabis Awareness Month. Here are some interesting facts about Cannabis.
South Africa’s world-renowned wine industry has been one of the industries that have been hit the hardest by the past year’s COVID-19 regulations. According to Vinpro, we’re looking at an overall loss of over R8 billion in direct sales revenue for the wine industry alone. As traditional business models and revenue streams literally dried up over night, wine farms have had to reinvent the wheel in a bid to survive. Avondale Wine Estate is a case in point.
I am the first one to admit that I am much more of a coffee drinker than a tea drinker. That is until I came across Carmién Tea. As you drive the Piekenierskloof Pass, Carmién Tea is the gateway to the popular Cederberg region – a popular holiday and hiking destination, especially in times where travellers are looking for secluded spots to spend quality time with loved ones. It also forms part of the Rooibos Route.
The one thing I love about travelling and exploring new destinations, is that nothing is ever as it seems. That is exactly what we experienced at Fordoun Hotel and Spa in the Kwazulu-Natal Midlands, where you get to relax in a luxurious flotation pool that was once a dairy farm silo in which maze was kept. Like I said: Nothing is ever as it seems.
The wardrobe transition from Spring and Summer to Autumn/Winter 2021 could have come as a surprise, as there has been so many other things going on! Still, a smooth wardrobe transition is what we all crave, isn’t it? No one wants items in their closet that has the phrase ‘so last season’ attached to it. So, here are some tips and must-know trends to keep in mind as you transition into a new fashion season.
Did you know that it affects more than 300 million people worldwide and that there are as many as one in every six South Africans suffering from anxiety? It’s real. In a recent online survey, almost 62% of CBD users reported using it to treat a medical condition, particularly pain and anxiety.
We recently had the privilege of staying over at the newly renovated Hartford House in the Kwazulu-Natal Midlands. This is where you need to go if you are looking for a Bridgerton-inspired stay in South Africa – whether it’s for your honeymoon, anniversary or just a romantic getaway. Here’s why.
Easter is upon us and I for one cannot wait to spend some quality time with my loved ones. That also means that there will be a lot of nibbling and dining, as the best of conversations happen around the dining table. I’ve teamed up with the South African Mushroom Farmers’ Association to share three unique and healthy nibbly treats to prepare over this coming Easter weekend.