A recent campaign from Nestle’ has grabbed my attention because if you didn’t know this already – a massive percentage of school-age children (6 – 14 years old) in South Africa suffer from both macro and micro nutrient deficiencies.
This is why the availability of products such as NESTLÉ NESPRAY FORTIGROW — milk with a unique blend of essential vitamins, minerals and macro nutrients — is vital to ensuring healthy growing minds.
Over the last few months, my previously very dry skin has gone through a complete transformation.
I used to experience extremely dry and sensitive patches on my skin, I’m not exactly sure why.This is why I why I was excited to start using products from the Pradiance range, after attending their launch event in October.
Pradiance products contain powerful African botanicals known for their exceptional healing and anti‑ageing/firming properties.
With the Festive season fast approaching, Hasbro, one of largest toy, game and entertainment experience companies, has released their anticipated 2018 list of suggested gifting solutions including a wide range of ‘stocking fillers’!
With a focus on creating the world’s best play experiences, Hasbro’s ‘top picks’ have something for everyone from innovative/ tech products, to creative and imaginative play as well as active play solutions.
From Ballet to swimming to Kindermusik, there are just so many extramural activities that kids at a Pre-School level can do!
It can be quite overwhelming and while many parents are thankful for these activities that will keep their kids busy and active, it’s sometimes quite stressful and exhausting to get the kids to a destination at a particular time. You may also need to take time off from work and then, of course, you have to deal with the kit and costs!
So, I always wonder whether my kids absolutely have to do these activities at such a young age? Yes, most of the activities help with their development or provide some safety skills, but other than that how else does it even benefit them and can they not learn these skills at home?
As the school year wraps up, some of my kids Extra Mural teachers invited parents to experience a little display of what the kids have learned over the last year. Had I not attended these, I honestly would have reconsidered all the activities they’ve been doing. But after witnessing these displays and watching my kids absolutely thrive at what they were doing, I think all the pros outdo the cons!
Here are my reasons why: