Archive for May 2015

Once you turn from a child into a teenager ( congratulations, it’s a time between childhood and adulthood, enjoy it, even though there might be lots of bumps along the way ) start experimenting with skincare. This time, do things … Read more

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If you are yet not familiar with the work of British artist Jessica Zoob I urge you to find the time and visit Loughran gallery where her latest exhibition ‘Playtime’ opened this week. Jessica’s new paintings celebrate ‘exuberance, unexpectedness and … Read more

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As mothers we want our kids to enjoy their childhood, often secretly longing for our own care-free days spent outside, with no computers or iPads to keep us amused. Being a child in our day and age is both exciting … Read more

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I am not much of an expert on teen skincare ( my teens are long gone and my children aren’t there yet ) but the subject kept on rearing its head, with many girlfriends asking for recommendations on what to … Read more

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If your hands could talk, do you think they will thank or detest you ? We use our hands how many times in the course of one day? Yet can we honestly say we give them the TLC they deserve? … Read more

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Soap-making is an ancient craft that is very much alive in our day and age, even though some of us are replacing soaps with liquid hand washes in our households and many women wouldn’t dream of using a bar of soap … Read more

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