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Breastfeeding vs. Bottle feeding

When it comes to feeding your baby, you will have to make the choice of whether you want to breastfeed or bottle feed.  more

Jackson Pollock

Reclusive, volatile, iconoclastic, Jackson Pollock (1912 - 956), celebrated American painter, was a tormented genius who became one of the most important exponents of Abstract Expressionism.  more

How to Make Beaded Jewellery

It can be expensive to buy jewellery to go with every item of clothing you own. So how about making your own? Yes, you read that right! You can make your own jewellery, right at home, with some basic jewellery making supplies and a little bit of practice.  more

Clothing Washing Symbols Explained

Did you know that clothes lose their durability, sheen and quality sooner than they should because many people dont follow laundry instructions?  more

Compact Cameras vs. Phone Cameras

Should you ditch your low end compact digital camera now that your mobile phone comes equipped with a good (or goodish) camera?  more

Different Diamond Shapes for Jewellery

Diamonds come in many different shapes (a.k.a cuts); when shopping for diamond jewellery, it is a good idea to experiment with a variety of diamond cuts and choose the one that suits you best.  more

The Single 9 Coin

South African coins enjoy special status among coin collectors the world over. Besides their value as collectibles, both antique South African coins and modern collector coins are increasingly perceived as profitable investments that fetch high returns.  more

Box Office Movies

This bunch of diverse movie genres ought to ensure several happy weekends.  more

Graffiti Art

What do you think of when you hear the word graffiti? Disturbing, violent messages spray-painted on walls? Truth is graffiti is an art form with a long, fascinating history.  more

Chippendale Furniture

His elegant creations have graced the homes of aristocrats and millionaires; ironically Thomas Chippendale, the brilliant 18th century English furniture designer never quite achieved equal social status with his clients.  more

Decorating a Bachelor Pad

Traditionally, the term bachelor pad has been synonymous with small, messy and disorganised. But a few simple hints and tips can help you to decorate your bachelor pad saving you valuable space at the same time.  more

The Magical Powers of Gemstones

In all cultures, gemstones have fascinated people for centuries because of their mythical powers, healing properties and astrological influence.  more

10 Tips for Organising your Scrapbook Supplies

The idea of creating a scrap book goes back to the 15th century, when commonplace books were a popular means to save and display favourite recipes, letters and so on.  more

Peter Rabbits 110th Birthday!

Yes, its true; Peter Rabbit celebrates his 110th birthday this month! Created by Beatrix Potter, Peter Rabbit first appeared in print in 1902 in the book The Tale of Peter Rabbit, based on an illustrated letter that Potter had sent to a sick child.  more

Choosing the Best Home Coffee Machine

Home coffee machines are available in a plethora of brands, how do you pick the best one? Before hitting the stores, take a close look at your own requirements.  more

Themed Dinner Parties and Hosting Tips

A dinner party with close friends is the perfect way to unwind over the weekend. But if things are getting boring and repetitive after several such parties, we recommend hosting a themed dinner party.  more

How to Make Your Own Headboard

Headboards are back in fashion. But if your budget does not allow you to splurge on a stylish headboard right now, dont worry! Use your imagination and creativity to make your very own headboard.  more

Safety Tips for Private Car Sellers

If you are determined to sell you car privately, this is what you can do to protect yourself.  more

Apple iPad 3

The original Apple iPad sold over three million units in just 80 days. By the time the second generation, the iPad 2, arrived in March 2011, almost 15 million iPads had been sold worldwide.  more

Bathing Baby

The prospect of bathing a baby for the first time is enough to make any new mother nervous. But bath time can be an enjoyable activity for both mom and baby. Heres a handy baby bathing guide.  more

Skiing. Getting Started

How many times have you enviously watched those skiers gliding down snow covered slopes, perfectly balanced and having the time of their lives?  more

Eyebrow Shaping

The shape of your eyebrows can dramatically change the way you look. Just ask Gwen Stefani, Madonna, Julia Roberts, Jennifer Lopez and dozens of other celebs! With proper brow maintenance, you can not only accentuate your face but also keep brows healthy.  more

Starting a Book Club

If youre an avid book reader, why not share your passion with others by starting a book club? These tips should help you get going:  more

How to Live a More Self Sufficient Life

Self-sufficiency has been seen as a metaphor for a lower standard of living, going without the modern conveniences.  more

Must Read Books

A good book expands the mind, fires the imagination and transports one to another world. Heres our pick of must read novels:  more

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