Taste of the Cape {Review}

“Nothing good ever happens in East London” this is an example of some of the untrue sentiments some people share about our lovely city. Which is why whenever there is an event that disproves this notion I am so there for it. The fact there was wine and gin there helped a little, that’s my… Read More Taste of the Cape {Review}

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1984 {Book Review}

Author: George Orwell Year of publication: 1949 Genre: dystopian literature “Big Brother is Watching You.” I haven’t needed a moment in a corner rocking myself back and forth telling myself it’s all going to be alright in a minute. Yet that is exactly what happened after I put this terrifying classic down. I have heard… Read More 1984 {Book Review}

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Becoming-Book Review

Author: Michelle Obama Publication year: 2018 Genre: Memoir When I read a book for the purposes of a review, I sit with a notebook so I can write my favourite lines or chapters. However when it came to reading this best seller( best selling book of 2018, on its way to becoming best selling memoir… Read More Becoming-Book Review


Ginger fine dining restaurant ( review)

“People who love to eat are always the best people” Hello there dear reader, how is June treating you? I need to apologise to my regular readers that the nine to five and the rest of responsibilities have kept me away from writing. I have not only missed writing but also engaging with you my… Read More Ginger fine dining restaurant ( review)

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Living beyond your feelings -Book Review

Author: Joyce Meyer Publication year: 2011 Genre: Christian literature Hello there bookworms! My, my it’s been a minute, life has not afforded me the opportunity to read as often as I wanted. I have had this book with me for about three months before I had enough time to read it and even then it… Read More Living beyond your feelings -Book Review

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The Madams

Author: Zukiswa Wanner Publication year: 2006 Genre: Fiction Chick lit hasn’t always been my go to genre but I am always willing to try something new. This was a great read to dip my toes in with. I went in expecting to laugh and what a laugh but there were some heart wrenching moments. Synopsis… Read More The Madams

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Lean In

Author: Sheryl Sandberg with Nell Scovell Year of Publication: 2013 Genre: Non Fiction Molweni, a friend of mine has been recommending I read this book that has become affectionately known by some as the modern feminist manifesto. When looking to start this year on a high note and prepare myself mentally I knew I had… Read More Lean In


Alto Wine Estate {Review}

January 26 2019 will forever be etched in my heart as the night I got to watch James Morrison live. I have always been a huge fan of his, his music has gotten me through some break ups and I have even performed his songs for talent competitions. This day will also be etched in… Read More Alto Wine Estate {Review}

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These things really do happen to me

Author: Khaya Dlanga Publication year: 2018 Genre: Non fiction I first heard of Khaya Dlanga when he was a budding comedian I was sad to hear he was solely focusing on his nine to five in advertising. I have since learnt it’s not quite a loss as he is fighting the aircon wars in corporate… Read More These things really do happen to me


Fat butcher the steakhouse every meat lover needs to experience

On my first night in Stellies my friends wanted to treat me and took me to the fat butcher. Honestly I found the name odd later on I found myself wanting to name my child after them, don’t judge me, yet. On arrival we were seated inside upstairs as the outside we wanted was quite… Read More Fat butcher the steakhouse every meat lover needs to experience