Last week, I had the pleasure of joining some of the city’s local bloggers and influencers for an afternoon of tea at Port Elizabeth’s new must-visit spot for tea – Conquer Café and Tea Lounge. The ladies of Conquer invited us to join them for a tasting of their pink lady latte, and to chat about the heart behind Conquer.Continue reading
Imagine spending the day driving around town in a brand new car, posing for a photo shoot on the beach, indulging in good food and sweet treats, before being pampered, and heading to Nelson Mandela Bay’s very own fashion week?
Well, that was the day I was treated to on Thursday courtesy of Nissan Ride and Drive Do Your Thing.
This weekend, I attended my first ECMeetUp – an event for bloggers and influencers in the Eastern Cape. I had an amazing time, got to meet some awesome local bloggers, enjoyed a yummy high tea, and learned so much about blogging and content creation. I’ll be sharing a blog post soon on what I learned about blogging at the event (keep an eye out for that post on Facebook and Instagram).
Disclaimer: This is my personal experience of a women’s only gym and not a professional opinion. Before starting a new exercise routine or joining a new gym, please consult your doctor.
I’ve never been someone who enjoys exercise, but I’ve always acknowledged that exercise is important for my health. And so, at the end of last year, after joining a local gym and cancelling my membership twice, I decided that I would try something different – a women’s only gym – Curves. I wanted to share my experience with you because finding a good gym where you feel comfortable can be challenging. If you’re thinking about joining this gym, I hope this blog post helps you to decide whether signing up for a Curves contract is the right choice for you!