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Megan Richards

By now, you may have noticed that Jet is running an exciting campaign. For the month of love, they’ve decided to focus on the most important love in your life, you. This Valentine’s Day, Jet wants to encourage women to not only love those around them, but to love and celebrate themselves. So often beauty is portrayed as being skinny or a size zero but this message is flawed. Any woman, no matter her size, is beautiful and worth being celebrated. We need to encourage and support each other and embrace our

The Burger Festival

Hold onto your buns ladies and gentle, Cape Town is hosting its first Burger Festival. The Burger Festival will be held at Jan Van Riebeeck High School Rugby Field on the 13 and 14 February 2016. This venue in Cape Town is one that looks up to the beautiful views of Table Mountain. The Burger Festival is an event celebrating the world of Burgers paired with the pleasures of various cocktails, wines, beers and entertainment on offer. Hosted by Flavourful Events, who create unique premium experiences that combine the flavours, tastes, sights and sounds in

Run your own race

“Comparison is the thief of joy.” – Theodore Roosevelt It almost seems natural to compare ourselves to others. We find ourselves comparing careers, finances, body types, partners, children, etc. to others. I cannot emphasis how many times I’ve caught myself doing this. As a result, it made me feel like I wasn’t doing enough. Be okay with your own journey. When tempted to compare ourselves to others, remember that we are all running our own race – ALONE. Therefore our paths in life will be different. Sometimes, that path brings

My next guest needs no introduction. You may recognise her from YO-TV, So You Think You Can Dance, Survivor SA, Masterchef SA and Vuzu (the list is endless). I thoroughly enjoyed interviewing Sade, she is real, authentic and living her dream. She tells us about life in London and how to save for your holiday. What do you enjoy most about London? The diversity. The whole world is here.  You walk down the street and you hardly hear people speaking English and I love that. I’m in an English town

Hello lovelies! I am a huge fan of the Dove Pure Care Dry Oil range (click here to see previous blog post). Throughout the year, it’s important to take care of your hair and Cassandra Taylor, the Development Manager from Hair Care Unilever gives us 8 tips for beautiful shine. 1. Oils and ageing hair Ageing hair lacks lipids, which results in dryness. Apply an oil treatment weekly to help replenish lipids. 2.Smart cleaning Focus on the application of shampoo onto the roots of your hair, which is the oiliest

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