Monthly Archives: March 2021

Paying your bills on time. Crushing that Zoom presentation. Ensuring the kids aren’t sticking their fingers into plug sockets. As an adult, the things you have to worry about seem endless and acne really shouldn’t be one of them. Thing is, the spotty skin phase isn’t exclusive to teens. Many of us still struggle with […]

In times of economic pressure we all relook our monthly expenses to see where we can save on costs but having access to quality healthcare remains a priority – even more so during a global pandemic.  Hospital insurance may be cheaper than medical aid hospital plans but is definitely not the same product. We asked […]

Let’s be honest having a preemie and ending up in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is no place a mother dreams of being when she finds out she’s pregnant, and honestly, I would never wish this for any mother.  But, the NICU does not have to be all bad, after all the NICU is […]

My parents were instrumental in teaching me the biggest financial lesson of my life. My motivation to be educated, empowered and independent stems from the tough experiences my mom endured as a woman, wife and eventually single mother. Witnessing her hardship of having to raise four kids all on her own, I vowed that I […]

When it comes to our jobs, we could all use some solid advice from time to time. From how to “pick the right job” to tips that can help you excel in what you do for a living. That being said, Adzuna gathered our all-time best advice that’ll help you advance your career. Here are […]

The ADK Drama & Film offers film, acting and drama classes for all ages. Fully accredited at Cathsseta, we offer a 3-year professional licentiate certificate, for adults, in drama, as well as a Junior Certificate in drama for teenagers. The ADK also offer a radio course, movie making course and a stage make up course. […]

 Albert Einstein once said: “If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.”  Developing a child’s reading proficiency and igniting their passion for literature is a priority for parents all year-round, however awareness days like the upcoming International Children’s […]

Your second trimester begins in week 13 and ends at week 28. During this time your morning sickness will ease off, and initially your baby will be small enough that your body won’t be in too much discomfort, earning this trimester the nickname of the honeymoon period of pregnancy. During this trimester you’ll probably tell […]

Most of us have heard of perinatal distress, also known as postnatal depression or PND, but why is this common and treatable illness often misunderstood and underdiagnosed? I was propped up in bed trying to feed my one-week-old infant staring at a pamphlet titled: “Postnatal Depression”. I thought to myself, “oh that’s when a new […]