In a few days, I will be visiting one of my favorite national parks for another eventful safari and it’s time decide what to pack.
I have made two big decisions this year, and both involve what I put in my body. The first was reducing my meat intake and the second was going off the Pill.
I expected my body to go through some changes because of this. The one I particularly noticed and got me concerned was the hair loss.
I cannot believe it is almost Easter, 32 days to be exact! For those living in the Northern Hemisphere , you’re all getting ready for wonderful Spring whereas us in Southern Hemisphere are bracing ourselves for the gloomy Winter which lies ahead.
Not only that, but life is always hectic this time of year. Our December holiday tan is long gone, everybody is chasing Q1 targets, and schools are breaking up at the end of the month. Already? Easter break couldn’t come any sooner. So, to make your lives easier you can download these free printable tags to add a personal touch to your Easter baskets and gifts.
Living in a small town in the Kalahari brings you closer to nature not only physically but it encourages me to follow a more simpler, natural and organic lifestyle.
I’ve already made this shift with the food I put in my body and now I feel inclined to do the same with the products I put on my body.
I might not live in the city anymore, but I still prefer my weekend getaways to be secluded, close to nature and far from a crowded city. If you need a break from the hustle and bustle of city life you are going to want to see this list of Airbnb locations. Get ready to pack your bags and disconnect!
One of the benefits of living in a small town is that there is no traffic. I used to dread it when we lived in Johannesburg, it would takes us 2 hours just to get out of the city on a Friday afternoon when we wanted to escape for a weekend getaway. Fortunately we don’t have that problem anymore. The open road was waiting for us and we took a trip to the Augrabies National Park over the weekend.
For the past 3 weeks I have been following a somewhat unconventional diet, well I wouldn’t call it a diet but let’s rather say an avant-garde lifestyle. My husband dubbed it “The Weekatarian” lifestyle.
It entails following a vegetarian diet during the week and over weekends, meat is allowed.