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Buying a Sofa

Home theatre systems, flat screen and 3D televisions, fireplaces, all designed to encourage us to stay home for our entertainment. But whats the use of all these state-of-the-art modern systems if you cant settle down in comfort.  more

Musical Instruments

We learn to play musical instruments for varied reasons. For some its a hobby and passion; for others, music is a career.  more

Self Help Books

Samuel Smiles (1812-1904), Scottish writer and reformer, could hardly have foreseen that his book, simply titled Self Help, would give birth to a multi-billion dollar literary genre!  more

J. K. Rowling

Sometimes, an idea is all it takes to transform your life. What better example of this than Joanne Rowling who went from a struggling single mum to literary superstar on the strength of a moment of inspiration?  more


Fossils are amongst the most fascinating and mysterious phenomena on earth.  more

Hay Fever

Hay fever, also known as allergic rhinitis, refers to allergies caused by common allergens like dust, weed, dander, grass and pollen.  more

DIY Face Masks

Believe it or not, your kitchen is a treasure trove of natural ingredients that, when made into a nourishing face mask, can work wonders for your skin irrespective of skin type.  more

15 Ways to Save on Petrol

...and none of them involve unreasonable advice of the buy-a-bicycle type  more

Creche vs. Nanny

It is one of those debates that have been raging on for decades, but there is still no clear outcome as to which is better.  more

Windswept Hair

Whatever you have planned for the summer, wavy windswept hair will surely be your best friend.  more

Camping Essentials

A key component for a successful camping trip is planning and making sure that you have everything you need packed before you leave.  more

The bidorbuy Survey 2012

More than 11,000 people took part in the survey.  more

Vertical Gardening

Do you long for masses of plants, but have only a small balcony or patio to work with? Fear not, garden lover, the answer is at hand with vertical gardening.  more

Wood Patio Furniture

There is nothing better at the end of a tiring day than relaxing on your patio or veranda with a glass of something good, unless its taking that first cup of coffee outdoors in the morning sun.  more

Choosing the Right Wakeboard

Wakeboarding, mixture derived from water-skiing, surfing, skateboarding and snowboarding, has been a popular sport since the late 1980s in Australia and New Zealand, when it was also known as skurfing.  more

Wine Rack Guide

Whether you have just a couple of wine bottles, or a large collection, your wine will gain immensely from correct storage in a custom made wine rack.  more

Choosing the Right iPod

It does not seem possible that the iPod has been around for over ten years. The first model, with its 5 GB hard drive, a monochrome screen and a not so sophisticated mechanical scroll wheel was the wonder of the age.  more

Hollywoods Greatest Comedians

Heres a shortlist of some of Hollywoods best comedians, a bright, multi-faceted bunch who know just how to tickle your funny bone at the movies!  more

Pablo Picasso

Art is a lie that makes us realize the truth. So said Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), arguably the modern worlds most gifted and celebrated artist who left his indelible stamp on 20th century painting, sculpture and architecture.  more

Review: Spud

Once in a good, long while comes a book that appeals to adults and young uns alike, John van de Ruits Spud series falls firmly within that rare category.  more

Home Security

Times of economic uncertainty cause problems for home owners in several areas, not least home security.  more

Indian Traditional Wear

As is common knowledge, India is an incredibly diverse nation where traditional food, dress, and language vary from state to state. Thus, there is no one traditional attire for Indian women.  more

50 Shades Trilogy

Can word-of-mouth alone create a worldwide bestseller novel? Powered by viral marketing, apparently it can. Fifty Shades of Grey by first-time author E. L. James, debuted obscurely as an e-book in May 2011, followed by two sequels, Fifty Shades Darker in September 2011 and Fifty Shades Freed in Ja...  more

South Africa for Visitors

South Africa is a wonderfully diverse country. It has a lot to offer to visitors. You can experience its incredible wild life, breath-taking scenery or simply immerse yourself into the history and tradition of this multi-faceted nation.  more

Getting Ready for Matric Prom

Getting ready for your matric prom is a stressful prospect, but preparing well in advance will make sure that when the big night arrives, youre going to turn heads and look magnificent. Here are some tips for your magical night.  more

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