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Say hello to falling in love; to that super cool feeling; to those happy moments. Say hello to the Lindt Hello Emoti tins. Share in the happiness and add a little something special to every occasion, whether it be a birthday, a picnic, a movie night or just because it’s Friday. Say hello to the all-new collectable LINDT HELLO EMOTI tins Available in 3 designs, these all-new collectable Lindt Hello Emoti tins are filled with 25 individually wrapped mini emotis made from the finest Lindt milk chocolate. Whether you’re kicking back

Four and Twenty café, a French-style bakery and café situated in Wynberg, has been one of my best discoveries. It is officially my favourite breakfast spot. I only visited the cafe on two occasions now and I have a strong feeling that number will increase during the course of the year. On both occasions, I was blown away by the beautifully presented food, ambiance and the service. The first time I visited the café, I ordered the Eggs- Be-Lean (two free-range poached eggs on an aubergine, mushroom & truffle rosti with confit

Hello lovelies Last week I visited the L’occitane store in the Waterfront and had the best customer experience. My mom and I popped into the store to see what promotions they were running. The sales assistant was helpful, professional and so friendly (I cannot remember his name but there is a picture of him at the bottom on the blog post). Initially, we only wanted to see what was on sale/promotion but we ended up getting complimentary manicures in the store. “Caring for your hands is vital as we use

Hello lovelies! Hope you are enjoying Summer thus far. I’ve selected a few of my favourite items from Mungo and Jemima in Long Street. All the featured items are made in South Africa (YAY). I am a firm believe in supporting local artisans and designers. The items I chose are ideal for women with curves. The first item I selected is the buttoned down skirt from Selfi in navy. This was my  utmost favourite item. I paired it with a white crop top and gold and navy neck piece from

I attended the UCT women in business High Tea at the Vineyard Hotel in Claremont, with special guest-speaker,  Suzanne Ackerman-Berman.  We were a group of about 30 ladies, all eager to hear about Suzanne’s personal story and insights on women in business. Meeting Suzanne at the UCT Women in Business High Tea, I was immediately drawn to her humble yet powerful nature. It is evident that she has a passion for food, innovation and development for small businesses. She is also extremely passionate about South Africa. Suzanne, spoke openly about her

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