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Surviving your first music festival – tips and tricks

Music festivals are a great place to have a good time and to meet new people. But they can also be overwhelming, especially if you’ve never been to one before. To help all you first timers get ready for the music festival season, here are some tips so that you can be prepared for the […]

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What to do when your drink is spiked

It’s scary to imagine your drink being spiked at a party, but this kind of thing does happen more often than you’d think. So what do you do when you start to notice that you’re not feeling too great, even though you only had two drinks that night? Here is what you should do if […]

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DIY gifts for friends and family

Whenever Christmas comes around, most of us feel pressured to buy gifts for every relative and friend imaginable. But there are actually ways that you can come up with gifts without spending much money. Rather than going to the stores, go scrounge around your home and see what DIY gifts you can make. To help […]

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What is self-love all about?

Before you are in a relationship with anyone else, you are first in a relationship with yourself. This means that you not only need to take care of yourself but that you also need to love yourself – which is what self-love is all about. But sometimes this can be challenging as we criticise ourselves […]

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How to reduce your food wastage

In most households, we tend to throw out a lot of food that we don’t use. This organic matter then makes its way into landfills where it creates methane gas, a greenhouse gas that contributes to climate change. But there are ways that you can cut down on the amount of food you waste, and […]

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Tips for cutting back on your water usage

There are many parts of South Africa that still have water restrictions. This can make life difficult sometimes as you may not always have water to do your laundry, to water your garden, etc. But these water restrictions are necessary as some parts of the country are suffering from a water crisis. If you want […]

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DIY skin and hair products

Taking proper care of your hair and skin can take up a lot of time, and it doesn’t help that products are expensive. Instead of blowing all your hard earned cash on these products, you can make your own from ingredients in your home. So why not get started with these recipes for an inexpensive […]

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Cooking using a microwave instead of an oven

Ovens are a great way to cook your meals, however, they use up a lot of electricity and take time. Instead of wasting all that electricity you can use a microwave for all your cooking needs. If you’re not sure how to convert your recipes to cook them in a microwave, here’s how you can […]

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How much waste goes into our oceans?

We are a society of consumers, with more and more products being made so that we can dispose of them. From plastic bottles to paper plates the number of items that get made only to get thrown away is astonishing. It’s then no surprise that many of these items find their way in our oceans […]

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Recycling veggies for a compost heap

In many households, there is often a lot of vegetable scraps and waste that get thrown out. Even though this food waste is biodegradable most of it gets thrown into landfills, which contributes to the rise in methane gas. But if you are growing your own garden you can use these scraps to make your […]

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