You can tell a lot about a country café by the size of its slice and what’s on the side
Join me for an open day, celebrate Soul time and a story about sticking to a fresh food budget with food artist Parusha Naidoo.
Seven eco-activists map a route to their favourite eco-friendly spaces including eateries and nurseries.
I love the boutiques in Kalk Bay, especially Catacombes. Take a peek at some of my favourite shops along the Main Road. Jane Valken is another boutique selling dreamy designs. I didn’t go inside Saint Siena this time but how pretty is the aloe. GRZA PROMO DISCOUNT WITH COSMIC BAZAAR – 10% OFF To buy the Canna OilContinue reading “Window shopping local design in Kalk Bay: Green Route”
We are living in very strange times. Drought, fires, load shedding, ice floes, unemployment, coronavirus. 2020 isn’t looking like a very good year but there are signs of positive growth because urban gardening is trending in the wake of the worldwide Covid-19 lockdown. I’ve been in lockdown since February 28. This was the day thatContinue reading “The Easy Peasy guide to growing your own food: Green Route”
I catch up with author and urban farmer Jane Griffiths, who lives in a 114-year-old house in Auckland Park, Johannesburg
In this week’s Lockdown Life I catch up with eco-printing artist Kristen McClarty, who lives in Kommetjie, Cape Town.
Women at the H18 eco-NPO made my hemp twine shopper from Hemporium SA. It’s so great to be able to support an NPO while buying sustainable totes. Did I mention how much I love my tote?
Life after lockdown: I hope that we will have a renewed sense of what is most important in life and how little we need in order to be content, a greater sense of community, an empathetic and active citizenry, and a deep understanding that we should never take what we have for granted.
In this week’s Lockdown Life I catch up with Aaniyah Omardien, water wonderer and founder of eco-NPC The Beach Co-op in Cape Town.