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Cape Kids Collab Market | 25 - 26 May 2019 | Stone Shed Venue, Durbanville

Cape Town's favourite CURATED market showcasing products from local and South African brands for you, your baby, kids & family!

Our events boast unique collaborators and NICHE products (not available in your local mall) to create the ultimate shopping experience for Mommies and Mommies-to-Be. 

We provide a platform for local & international vendors to showcase their unique and exciting family friendly products and services. You will have the exclusive opportunity to experience and engage with the brands upfront and in person. 

Enjoy some LIVE ENTERTAINMENT, wine, beer, beverages and delicious food while shopping the best products for you and your kids.

Kids can also look forward to an ACTIVITY PACKED kids entertainment area with painting, clay play, face painting, jumping castle, jungle gym and much more!!

Entrance for adults @ R30 pp

Entrance for kids U/16 years @ FREE 

Bring along your friends and family!

See you there!

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My journey raising a little boy with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD)

All Creatures Great and Small


  • Exposure to animals has been hugely beneficial to Hein-Chris. 
  • While I could not touch or hug my son until he was about four years old, he allowed our Shih Tzu, Flynne - who took a maternal liking to him from Day One - to snuggle up to him and love him like I wished I could. 
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Little Stars Academy Pre-School and Playschool


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Little Stars Academy Pre-School and Playschool

Now open for enrolments. 

  • From 18 months up to 4 years.  
  • 1/2 day, 3/4 day & full day options
  • Small groups & qualified teachers

We are situated in Hillcrest.

For more information please contact Gloria on 0663217687

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Natural Newborn & Family Photography

If your looking for newborn and family photos: 👇🏻💕Gina Strydom - Battziyon Photography specialises in capturing natural newborn, maternity & family, photographs.

For bookings contact:
083 577 7177


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Winter Wardrobe Planning

Need some winter wardrobe inspiration?

 Don't want to spend a fortune on new clothes for the new season, but so tired of all your old clothes?

 I can help take care of it. Book a wardrobe detox session, and I can help you plan your winter wardrobe.

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What to wear to an interview!


As if job interviews weren’t stressful enough, what with trying to remember the right things to say and do, you also have to think about what you’re going to wear. After all, interviews are all about showing yourself in the best possible light, and your interview outfit is part of that, says Heather Tranen, founder of Schtick, which offers career coaching and personal branding. “Showing up to an interview polished and dressed appropriately for the role you are interviewing for shows that you put effort into yourself and into understanding the organization's culture,” Tranen says. She adds that a good interview outfit can help with your confidence going into the interview. “If you feel great on the outside it will calm the inner crazy person shrieking insecurities inside your head.” Deciding what to wear, when

You’ve likely heard the saying, “Dress for the job you want,” but it’s also important to dress for the company for which you want to work. While a suit used to be the universal standard, that’s not necessarily the case anymore. “Lately it seems like hoodie culture of the Silicon Valley start-up world has replaced the boxy pantsuits of the Wall Street glory days,” Tranen says. “However, many industries still remain fairly traditional. While many companies are relaxing their dress codes, a lot of industries, such as finance and law, expect you to be on your suit A-game when you come in for an interview.” Because there are no hard and fast rules anymore, your best bet is to do your homework ahead of time to figure out what the standard dress code would be for the role and company at which you're interviewing.

Ttips for dressing for job interview success

Because every company is different in what they consider appropriate workplace attire, here are some tips to ensure you dress for success every time.

Do your homework. Don’t know much about the company? Tranen suggests engaging in “a little light internet stalking” to find out what the dress code is. Go on the company’s website, for example, to see if there are photos and videos of employees.

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