Posted by Megan in Lifestyle, Weddings
on Sep 1st, 2014
It’s almost the time of the year when social media sites are flooded with photos of white dresses and three-tiered cakes. So brace yourself, because wedding season is just around the corner! This year, there is an eclectic feel to wedding trends, with something for every couple.
If you’re planning your wedding day, and you’re still unsure of your desired ‘look and feel’, here are some trends for the 2014/2015 season that are sure to add a fair amount of pizzazz to your festivities…
Towering centerpieces are all the rage this season – be it flowers,...
Posted by Neena in Health & Beauty, How To
on Aug 27th, 2014
Why break the bank on expensive hair salon visits when you can make easy homemade hair treatments with ingredients from your kitchen? Here are four DIY hair treatments that will leave your tresses soft to the touch:
Avocado for Dry and Damaged Hair
One of nature’s best moisturisers, avocado, is often used in beauty products for their hydrating and revitalising properties. Rich in vitamins, fat, protein and natural oils, avocados provide the perfect hair mask for those with dry or damaged hair.
1 x Avocado
2 tsp x Olive Oil
Mash avocado, add the olive oil and blend until...
Posted by Rick in Apps, PriceCheck
on Aug 26th, 2014
With time being a precious modern-day commodity, browsing products, comparing prices and getting the best available deals should be simple and convenient.
That’s where the PriceCheck MTN app comes in. Powered by the PriceCheck website, the mobile app helps you find what you want, whenever you want it, at a price that suits your budget. It couldn’t be simpler.
PriceCheck’s price comparison stretches across categories that include flights, insurance, electronics, home entertainment, mobile devices, computers, software, home and garden, and many more. PriceCheck lists more than 30 million...
Posted by Carmelita in Books, Reviews
on Aug 21st, 2014
Truth be told, I’ve always avoided Jodi Picoult’s books, simply because I considered her writing to not be “my kinda thing”. A subjective assumption based on another subjective assumption that she was another ‘Danielle Steele’ whom I assume is a romance novelist. Quite an outlandish observation if you ask me, considering that I’ve never read either of their books – well, at least, not until now…
My sister forgot a copy of Second Glance at my place, and since I’d depleted all my reading supplies, I thought I’d give it go, despite the cover tagline: “The love of your life is...