This is the final episode in my Christmas Traditions series where I have asked a number of my fellow South African bloggers to share their traditions over the Christmas holiday and Festive Season. If you want to catch up with the first two episodes, you can check them out at: Christmas Traditions Christmas Traditions –… Continue reading Christmas Traditions – The Final Episode
I think it's safe to say that we all understand the importance of reading. My eldest is 6 years old now and starts Grade 1 in January and to say that she is 'chomping at the bit' is an understatement. She is not alone, so many children are desperate to learn to read. If you… Continue reading READ And Give Back – The Gifts That Keep On Giving!
Part 2 of my unexpected series where I feature the different ways some of my blogging friends celebrate Christmas over the festive season.
Everyone has their own Christmas Traditions. Come and find out how some of my favourite bloggers celebrate this festive season.
Friday evening we left for Jo'burg, it was raining, it was the last weekend of the month which typically means 'pay weekend' and the roads were crazy! A journey that normally takes us around three hours, took us almost four. Even when finances are stretched or low, one of the things we do not compromise… Continue reading What’s your car worth?
This past week was spent in East London doing all the things you do when moving to a new city. We had what felt like a billion house viewings, visits to potential schools, and a few hours of down-time at the beach. It was an exhausting week and to say that I am exhausted today… Continue reading My Instaweek Round-up – July Wk 4
I skipped a couple, but here is my latest Instaweek Round-up. Since I've been 'away' for the past few weeks I'm going to pick the top 5 most like pictures from my Instagram account from the past two weeks. No. 5: We are currently 'on holiday' in East London in the Eastern Cape (South Africa,… Continue reading My #Instaweek Roundup – July Week 3
We are halfway through week one of the three week school holidays here in South Africa. The fact that we're that far in and I'm only getting around to publishing this post now is the exact point of this post. Let's be honest here, those of us who are Stay-At-Home-Moms, love the school term. As… Continue reading How To Embrace The School Holidays