You may or may not know, but there is a month and a bit left… and then my second baby through surrogacy arrives. If you missed the baby announcement, you can read it here. It works a bit differently when it comes to motherhood through surrogacy. There is no glowing skin and people going aaaaw,… Read More The (not so) comprehensive list of South African Baby Bags
Wish you knew of someone that came from nothing to make it in the fashion world? Meet Kerry Sharper from Kandidly Kerry! Kerry is a fashion merchandiser who landed her job without any qualifications or experience, had the passion and some Twitter luck – and this is her story. “…your circumstances don’t define you” –… Read More Kandidly Kerry in fashion #YouCanBeAnything
I like to think that I’m doing my bit to support the local economy. I consciously look at where clothes are made before buying – but then there is the exceptions that I buy because I really like the print… especially for Lexa. By now you should know that I love Barbie and by extension… Read More When last did you look where your clothes were made?
It has been more than a year since I left “corporate life”. I won’t lie, it was a big decision to make – I have bills for fertility treatments, bonds, groceries, levies and utilities to pay. Then I realised that staying would mean selling my soul, aging prematurely and just be unhappy every single day.… Read More Hello, nice to meet you (Girl Boss Diaries)
I’m positively certain that you are going to love me after reading the good news from Tsonga. I have news of Christmas specials, a discount coupon and when the last day is to order for a guaranteed delivery before Christmas… If you don’t know about Tsonga, you are missing out! They are a home-grown brand… Read More Under the Christmas tree – gifts made with love in Africa: Tsonga