I hated camps when I was younger. I would worry constantly in the days leading up to a school or church camp; about how much I would hate being away from home, how much I would dislike the food and how I wouldn’t have anyone to hang out with. I would wish that I could… Continue reading Fear and Loathing in Life
Last Thursday saw my sister and I at the Dermalogica store at Cavendish Square, undergoing Face Mapping. This is a unique Dermalogica process where a Professional Skin Therapist uses Face Mapping to divide the facial landscape into fourteen zones. Each zone is examined to determine where conditions such as congestion, breakouts, dehydration, and/or hyperpigmentation are present. After your analysis… Continue reading Face Mapping and Body Loving
Cape Town’s very own Comic Con, the inaugural FanCon, took place this past weekend at the Lookout, at the V&A Waterfront. The 2-day, fun-filled, event spanned over both Saturday, 7 May and Sunday 8 May 2016, where thousands of attendees filled the venue, evident from the large line on the first day of the event,… Continue reading Comics and Cosplay in Cape Town
I remember vividly the day I realised that I had lost the ability to flirt. It was a few months ago, at a concert. We were waiting for the main act to come on; the sun had just gone down and the air was electric, the crowd eager to finally see the band they never… Continue reading Flirting Techniques (or Lack Thereof)
On Sunday, Leanne and I made our way to Franschhoek to celebrate Bastille Festival. Bastille Day (celebrated today, 14 July, in France) is a celebration of the French Revolution, and with this is mind, we descended on the small town, ready to celebrate freedom with pastries, cheese and wine. Making our way throught the town,… Continue reading Bastille Festival
Blogging used to be a way to express yourself. A platform in which you could let the rest of the world know your thoughts and opinions. Now? Now people have blogs for two reasons: (1) get "famous"; and/or (2) get free stuff. Which brings me to the title of my post: when do I get… Continue reading When Does The Free Stuff Arrive?
The other day a meowing could be heard, coming from somewhere just outside our office. I flung open the window, determined to locate the cat and maybe stroke it and keep it under my desk. To my surprise I wasn't alone in this plan. Another co-worker had walked to the window, asking where the cat… Continue reading Cat Ladies