I've always been interested in living a sustainable lifestyle but if I'm going to be completely honest with myself, living a life closer to nature, (especially with regards to eating whole, healthy foods) in South Africa is not only unaffordable for your average middle class citizen, it's sometimes impossible! We all know the famous saying … Continue reading Time For Change
I've always been interested in living a sustainable lifestyle but if I'm going to be completely honest with myself, living a life closer to nature, (especially with regards to eating whole, healthy foods) in South Africa is not only unaffordable for your average middle class citizen, it's sometimes impossible! We all know the famous saying … Continue reading
I recently found a very simple, easy recipe for making scrumptious homemade bread. How does that look? It turned me from a novice baker into an amazingly talented and experienced one! *grin* In my opinion, a good homemade bread needs to be 5 things: 1 - it needs to have a hard crust on the … Continue reading Easy, Tasty, Homemade Bread
Yes, I do. I make fresh roti daily, sometimes twice a day! I don't particularly love making it, and I've avoided it until now because I didn't want it to become a daily chore that I dreaded. So why on earth do I make it so often?? There are 2 main reasons... and a few … Continue reading Why I make Roti (almost) every day
Newcastle. Every South African Indian has a family member, or at the least extended family, who lives in Newcastle. It's just like that... tell people you're from Newcastle and they'll always know someone here. Even if it's their Granny's second cousins mother-in-law, across South Africa our ancestors generally came from here or lived nearby. Newcastle … Continue reading Closer To Nature: Small Town Living
Very soon you will be able to order our full range of products via our online store, but for now send your order through to email@example.com. All clothing items are made under strict FAIR TRADE regulations. Workers are treated well and are allowed to fulfill other obligations during their working hours. All items of clothing are … Continue reading The Winter Collection
If you know anything about sustainability, the first rule of thumb is do you want it or do you need it? We all know the difference between needs and wants. I'm sure you remember your parents asking you if the Levi's you needed for civvies day was actually a need, or just a want. In … Continue reading Diary Of A Sustainability Newbie: I want…
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Have you met Bin & Binte? They are the loving siblings who've come to take your children on a very exciting journey - the journey of learning. Bin loves being big brother to little Binte as he shows her around their world and teaches her everything he knows from where babies come from (don't stress, … Continue reading Where Do Babies Come From?!
By Yasmin Mogahed (Monday June 20th 2005)Growing up, you read me the Ugly Duckling. And for years I believed that was me. I am a woman – that ugly duckling among men. For so long you taught me I was nothing more than a bad copy of the standard. I couldn’t run as fast or lift … Continue reading A LETTER TO THE CULTURE THAT RAISED ME