Meet Janine de Bruin, 1st year at Design Time School of Interior Design and object finalist in the 2015 Remake Design Challenge.
Is there any better feeling than walking into your house at the end of a long day and seeing your furry friend so excited to see you, with sparkly eyes and a wagging tail? You love your pets and want them to be happy and healthy. A huge part of ensuring that involves scrutinizing their food.
Over the next few weeks Live Eco will be introducing you to each of the Top 5 Remake Design Challenge fashion and object finalists, uncovering what inspired their “Urban Luxe” collections and “Living Room” objects. Here is a quick introduction to the talented Top 10.
The Live Eco Remake Design Challenge, South Africa’s premier sustainable fashion and object design competition, proudly brought to you by Pick n Pay in partnership with the Cape Town Fashion Council, today announces their Top 5 finalists for both the fashion and object categories.
Winter is the perfect time to indulge in delicious comfort food, but when you’re craving hot pie and chocolate, what is your body really trying to tell you? It’s time to get a handle on those cravings!
It’s important to eat lots of nutritious foods during your pregnancy to nourish yourself and your baby. But the whole ‘eating for two’ mantra needs a makeover as pregnancy shouldn’t be an all-you-can eat time. In fact, putting on too much weight can be risky.
Superfoods are not only packed with nutrients and antioxidants to keep us healthy, but some are bursting into the news as efficient weight-loss foods. Is this fact or fiction? Here are three superfoods and what they can really do for your waistline.
Your wedding was a smashing success and now it’s over. What happens to things left behind that just end up as waste, such as the food and flowers? You’ll be surprised at how many things from your wedding can be re-used or donated.
It’s the long Easter weekend, the kids are on holiday and in South Africa, the Easter weekend usually marks the beginning of winter. So if you are stuck indoors, here are a few easy DIY ideas for Easter, most of them are simple enough you can do them with little ones too.
Maybe you follow a bit of a restrictive diet, such as veganism, and want to enjoy Easter without feeling left out. Or perhaps you just want to try a menu that’s a little different this year. Here are five traditional Easter foods and how to put a spin on them.