Dear GH,

Good Housekeeping (South Africa) - - YOUR FEEDBACK -

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

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