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7 Do’s and Don’ts for weight loss

When it comes to losing weight, forget the word ‘diet’. Weight loss isn’t about speedy dieting, it’s about learning how to maintain a healthy lifestyle. So here are some tips for you on how to get healthier and slimmer as summer comes to an end.  DO weigh yourself regularly Stepping on scales makes people more aware of their weight changes. This ...

Kickstart your day with 5 healthy breakfast ideas

Pre warning: if you’re a grab a banana and get out the door kinda person, this post probably isn’t for you.

5 “Healthy” foods that are actually bad for you

By Jeshoots via Pexel

  As soon as we hear the word “healthy”, we tend to go mental. “Smoothies are healthy? Give me 3”. Even extremely healthy food can be quite bad for you if it isn’t eaten in moderation. But how about the foods that are not actually that healthy but only advertised as such. So here is the list of 5 “healthy” ...

Top 5 Spots in South Africa’s Garden Route

South Africa is a wonderful holiday destination. From the pristine beaches of Cape Town to the natural wonders of the Kruger National Park, South Africa has something for everyone. There is, however, one area often overlooked in the classic South Africa tour: the Garden Route. The Garden Route is a region of South Africa that lies between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth; an area complete with stunning beaches, diverse wildlife and plenty of historical and cultural sights. Here’s 5 places you must visit when travelling along the Garden Route:

Plettenberg Bay

Plettenberg Bay — Plett to the locals — is a seaside town in the middle of the Garden Route. The town is filled with surf shops, healthy cafés and fun bars, but the Plett’s real selling point is its natural surroundings. The Robberg Peninsula is a beautiful spot for an afternoon hike, especially when South Africa puts on its very best sunny weather.

Mossel Bay

The town of Mossel Bay is quite small and nothing outstanding, however, no


Cape Town’s Best Breakfasts

Cape Town, South Africa, is a food lover’s dream city. With its mélange of cultures and people, there are so many options to choose from.

Clean Eating in the Capital: Healthy London

Nowadays, healthy eating is all the rage. Kale smoothies are the new Bloody Mary’s, and afternoon tea has been brushed aside en faveur of gluten free, vegan traybakes and cakes. Healthy eating, however, doesn’t mean missing out on flavour, and cities like London have witnessed a surge of ‘clean’ eating cafés and restaurants. Here’s a list of 4 places to check ...

Beaches and breakfast in Australia’s lesser known city: Perth

Tourists heading to Australia tend to flock towards it’s eastern coast. Famous cities such as Sydney and Brisbane are interspersed with world renowned beaches and beautiful coastline, natural attractions such as the Great Barrier Reef and Fraser Island drawing in the masses.

5 Ways to Destress Before Exams

For many people, the months of April, May and June coincide with a particularly stressful time; exams. Whether you’re finishing your final school exams, or preparing to combat looming university deadlines, this time of year can feel a little overwhelming. Here’s 5 ways to beat the exam stress and chill out a little bit. You’ll be much better prepared for ...

5 ways to shape up for summer

Easter has come and gone, the clocks have come forward and the weather is warming (even just by a few degrees). This amounts to one thing; summer is coming. In the rush up to the summer holiday, everyone does their best to trim up and be fit for the summer months. Being in shape, however, doesn’t have to be some ...

Food, Coffee and New York Fashion Week

February is a busy month, with celebrations like Pancake Day and Valentine’hs Day dominating social media. It’s also a busy month in the world of fashion, with designers presenting their Autumn/Winter 2016 collections in New York, London, Milan and Paris. Fashion week is pretty tough going, and requires a lot of sustenance. New York is where things kick off, so ...

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