Book Review: The Goodness Gang Adventures with Food Lover’s Market

Book Review: The Goodness Gang Adventures with Food Lover's Market

Food Lover’s Market (@foodloversmarket)are running an interesting campaign that focuses on teaching young children from Grade R to Grade 3 the meaning of healthy eating and the benefits of eating their fruits and vegetables. The group of friends called the Goodness Gang travels from Fruitlandia to Food Lover’s Market to meet children and teach them that eating healthy is good. The girls and I decided to review this story book, its essentially an online book

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Home Decor: Fair and Square Art

Home Decor: Fair and Square Art

*Sponsored I had the pleasure of meeting Ashleigh when she dropped off the painting and what a nice young lady she is and the amazing thing about her paintings are that she paints them herself. I would imagine it can’t be easy to do and you really have to have some talent to paint. I mean no one can just pick up a paint brush and create art, noooo I highly doubt that. So the

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Blogger Interview: High Heels and Fairy Tales by Charlene Bhana

Blogger Interview: High Heels and Fairy Tales by Charlene Bhana

Hi everyone, I love reading about what bloggers get up to, and this interview is awesome with Charlene Bhana because you get a little bit of everything when you read her blog as she focuses on mommy life, travel (mostly in SA) and lifestyle, its a great combination. If you are interested in what Charlene has to say then please keep reading. What made you decide to start blogging? I’ve always loved writing, so blogging

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My Birth Story

My Birth Story

I would say the best thing about having a C-section is that the big event is planned ahead of time, knowing what is going to happen step by step, however, that doesn’t mean that things can’t go wrong. I was so anxious and petrified that something would go wrong like the previous birthing experience with the girls, which is understandable because 1) it’s a major surgery and 2) the last birth that I went through

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Fears – When you are your worst enemy

Fears - When you are your worst enemy

My worst fear is not being able to protect my children… from this insanely dangerous and tough world. I think that I am my own worst enemy in this sense because I can’t control my fears and my fears sometimes make me feel depressed and anxious. With so much happening in this cruel world, I think my fears are pretty normal and practically everyone that I know feels the same or have experienced dangerous situations

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How to be a confident mommy

How to be a confident mommy

I think most of us moms struggled with body confidence at some stage of our lives, whether it was when we picked up a little weight, had a baby or at some point let ourselves go. Now by all means and a little disclaimer, we all are beautiful and unique in our own way, and by no means am I saying that body confidence is bad and make us feel inadequate. Being confident as a

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Mommy Scenario tag

Mommy Scenario tag

I really enjoy doing these tags, it gives one insight on how to deal with different scenarios as parents. These are “the struggle is real” type scenarios that every parent would face, and with twin  5 years old’s whose job is to test the shit out of Zahir and I. Please have a read below on how we deal with these scenarios. Your kid is refusing to eat dinner; do you stand your ground and

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