WITH MY TWO MINI VULTURES having left the nest to spread their wings, I have more time to relax in the sunroom with some rooibos and shortbread and, of course, Good Housekeeping. What a spread!
I particularly loved the easy Kids’ Project in the June issue, the Gratitude Pie and Drumstick Place Card, which not only teaches recycling skills but also principles of gratitude, positivity and contentment – very rare in this hi-tech age.
It’s my favourite magazine because it caters not only for domestic goddesses but also the worker bees, the queen bees, fashion divas and the stay-at-home sisters. It has something for everyone.
I am lapping up all the wonderful creative ideas. Oh yes, the two mini vultures do pop in from time to time to drop off dirty laundry and pick up their mail…. Margot G, Cape Town (Margot wins a luxurious Thalgo hamper worth R2 500) It’s so important that we teach our daughters from a young age to build each other up and not break each other down. Tina Pieterse, Johannesburg SOCIALLY SAVVY As a Johannesburg East blogger, I absolutely loved reading the section titled Be Social-media Savvy in the article Make Money Doing What you Love (July 2017).
The info under the subheads Be Visually Appealing, Be Social, and Give and Gain was the best! Great job. Kelly Matthee, Johannesburg