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NATURAL LIFE

NATURAL LIFE – Be the change ECO FRIENDLY PRODUCTS With over 350 billion tons of plastic produced last year it is more critical than ever to Be the Change. If we reduce the demand of plastic goods we use in our everyday lives, we will in turn reduce the volume of plastic being produced. Eventually this will lead to less plastic ... Read More »

THE SUNFLOWER FUND

HOPE BEGINS WITH YOU! he Sunflower Fund is a donor recruitment centre and registry. We fight blood diseases like leukaemia through the recruitment of stem cell donors and maintaining a registry of potential donors committed to helping anyone in need of a life-saving stem cell transplant.We fund raise to cover the cost of education and awareness about the need for and ... Read More »

Life Coach Healing with Fehm

*LIFE COACH EXTRAORDINAIRE* @HEALING with FEHM is an owner run practice which focuses on health and wellness in an holistic way. It was established by Fehmiedah Khan, a practitioner experienced in the healing arts of Emotional Freedom                                        Technique (EFT); Reiki(Initiated Master ... Read More »

Mommy Wellness

We are a spa group that is family orientated. We cater for the whole family. We specialize in pregnancy massage and baby massage. We also have a play den where you can bring your little one and a nanny will look after him/her while you enjoy your time out alone, with a friend or with your partner. We have sub ... Read More »

Healthy after school snack ideas

By Heidi Janit Healthy snack options can be tricky. If you have crisps, sweets and cookies in the cupboards then your children are likely to know as much and expect those as snacks. Not to say you cannot have unhealthy treats at home, but giving your children healthier options is vital. Here are a few healthier after school or weekend ... Read More »

Potato, corn and tuna patties!

By Heidi Janit Whether you are looking for a new idea on what to make your children for supper or something different to put in their lunchboxes, these potato and corn fritters are sure to please! (And they are a great way to sneak in some veges!) Recipe Source: www.taste.com.au Ingredients: utrition  500g potatoes, peeled, coarsely chopped  1 x 185g ... Read More »

Yummy in my tummy

By Yolandi Du Toit   It’s not even the end of March yet and already I feel out of lunchbox ideas FOR THE YEAR. It feels like I have done EVERYTHING that could possibly be done, and still I manage not to pack a lunch quite “as cool as the other kids” according to my precious little ones, who try ... Read More »

Massage and why it is good for you

By Sheree Epstein Massage therapy has been practiced for thousands of years. Today, people use many different types of massage therapy for a variety of health-related purposes. Massage Therapy is the manipulation of soft tissues of the body including muscles, connective tissues, tendons, ligaments and joints. It is used to exercise or tone the muscles, dependent on the direction of ... Read More »

Meatballs for lunch boxes

By Vicky Pollock As the New Year starts so does my lunch box dilemma. While my 7 year old loves all the good things in life (sushi, olives, gherkins etc,) there are the basics in life that she does not eat like bread of any kind, sausages, noodles (she will only eat spaghetti – you would think they were the ... Read More »

The key to health and wellness

By Catherine Clark If I asked you what the key to your health is I am sure that I would get varying answers such as a healthy diet, exercise and drinking lots of water. All of these things are great and, in fact, very important as is getting enough sleep and enough sunshine to regulate your hormonal system. But at ... Read More »