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Cadbury is throwing IRL and digital Easter egg hunts this Easter So this post will reach two kinds of people, parents who've typed the phrase "what to do in Johannesburg this Easter" into Google in a bid to get everyone out of the house at least once during school holidays. Or people who really just like Easter activities that, almost always, involve sweets. Both kinds of people have come
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On indaHash and Unethical Algorithms For Blogger Compensation I have been blogging since 2011. I have been trying to find balance and grow my Instagram since 2016. I put an effort into my Instagram; it may be ugly but it's an effort! Not only that, I am a freelance content producer, so even if people (brands, agencies) are not asking me to post things on my platforms, I still expect a
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I meant to publish this post in February but ke here we are. I looked and saw that there hadn't been much style content on here in a while. Other than not getting time to shoot lately, I hadn't really been feeling inspired on the personal style front. I mean, I had tried to get (a badly styled) jean lookbook going but the images weren't quite what I had hoped for.  I bought this
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Hello March, your good sis is tired!  Mental illness is tedious. Not only is it tiring but I get so tired of being tired. Like, can I have some breathing room? Can I have five-to-seven years where I will be just okay? Where falling asleep and waking up won't be hard and I don't wake up randomly in the middle of the night scared AF because my brain went somewhere I hadn't signed up for. Can
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Reviewing Makhosazana Xaba's short story collection. I got this book at the end of 2017, I think and tried to read it last year but I only made it through a few stories before eventually abandoning it. While reading it on my commute this month, I couldn't recall where I bought it. I haven't made a book order on Takealot in a long time so it couldn't have been from there. Then, thankfully,
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A review of the Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel and A review of the African Extracts Hydrating Creamy Cleanser If you remember my 2019 goals post, then you remember that I'm trying to clear my breaking out, which was the mood for 2018. And on the way to that, I want to hydrate my skin AF! So far, I have tried to be very diligent about doing a routine day and night. I've also gone back to
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Or the afternoon I unleashed my full "Girls with Decks" potential at a Tsogo Sun event Recently, for work, I got to go on a tour of Tsogo Sun's best sundowner spots in Johannesburg. The media event was a whirlwind but was fulfilling. We zoomed around the city going from Southern Sun in Montecasino to 54 on Bath in Rosebank; we then did a smol detour to Southern Sun Hyde Park and ended the
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I am interested in experiencing and documenting affordable and accessible travel experiences and these are my hopes and dreams as a South African interested in travel blogging in 2019. I got to travel a tiny bit in 2018 and all of it was through my job. I am nowhere near being economically able to travel, there is no way. But I’m never not thinking about small ways I can get to see new
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Hi, I'm Nomali and I like to treat myself to nice organic ice cream. My first taste of Paul's Homemade Ice-cream was in 2015 when one of my then-bosses bought an ice cream cake for herself which she fetched from Orange Grove and it was almost melted. It was terrible. I got into serious Paul's Homemade Ice-cream mode in 2017 when Heather and I would have Monday meetings in Hyde Park. The
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