The World Health Organization’s (WHO) recommendation of one hour of screen time for children under the age of five may be wishful thinking, especially now that children are spending more time indoors due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But not all screen time is bad. Continue reading
We all have those times when things just don’t work out the way we planned. We get held up in traffic, we have parent teacher meetings or church meetings or we’re simply not in the mood to cook. It’s good to know that I have a few quick meals that doesn’t take any effort to prepare at all. Continue reading
As a mom “homeschooling” my three kids while also working from home full-time, I needed all the help I can get. Having them sit infront of their books the entire day was definitely not an option at all. I am sure many parents, whether they work from home or not, know what I’m talking about. Having a variety of activities and things to do makes schooling at home so much easier.
A couple of weeks ago I was gifted The Beauty Worx Retinol Complex face serum to try and review. Now I’m now beauty expert but I have come to learn (very late) that proper skincare is key for any woman. I never took care of my skin when I was younger because I never had any skin issues, ever. And just so you know, not having any skin issues does not mean that you don’t have to take care of your skin.
We all have heard about the Reach for a Dream foundation, right?
Well, they have recently celebrated 32 years of fulfilling the dreams of children from across South Africa between the ages of 3 and 18 faced with a life-threatening illness and despite the lockdown and global pandemic, this non-profit organization is still engaging with children, families and medical teams across South Africa. The Foundation has had to adapt to this ‘new normal’, and in doing so has a list of dream children in waiting.