The Department of Basic Education has issued the revised 2020 public school calendar. Find out more about these changesRead more
It’s been 6 weeks since my Covid-19 diagnosis and I’m finally feeling almost back to normal. But, as a functional wellness coach who talks to clients about immune boosting during an epidemic, it was a horrible shock to discover that I had actually contracted the illness.Read more
If you or your children are feeling worried, learning how to deal with coronavirus anxiety in a healthy way can help the whole family be more resilient, both now and when the pandemic is finally over.Read more
Stay home and stay safe, but when you need to get out on occasion, plan ahead, get out and have fun. As long as the correct measures are taken to ensure you are in an outdoor area, you should be able to recharge your batteries.Read more
We’ve come a long way fast since March 5th 2020. On that day, the first Covid-19 patient had much to fear. Then, very little was known about the contagion; the limited data and scientific ambiguity made it difficult for the medical profession to confidently treat the virus with any certain belief of a positive outcome.Read more
Nationwide lockdowns and school closures have incredibly high costs for families and children. Limiting Covid-19 infections must be a top priority, but it cannot come ‘at any cost’.Read more
what if you decided to actually quit your current school and consider alternative schooling? How would you go about this and what schooling options do you have?Read more
Just like adults, children (both big and small) are also experiencing anxiety during these unusual times. It is crucial that we keep a check on our kids mental health during Covid-19.
Let’s identify why they may be experiencing anxiety and then look at ways of keeping them mentally fit.
After being cooped up in our homes for months, there was a tangible collective sigh of relief when President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that Parks can open for walking. YAY.. but when some tried walking their dogs at certain pubic parks the next day, but they were closed and there are 10 rules to follow when doing so.Read more
The surge of COVID-19 challenges the norm for many families .
How do you protect family members who are negative when a loved one is newly diagnosed with the coronavirus?
While the restrictions may be less, we have to be responsible and act in the safety of all. That means using masks, physical distancing, washing and sanitizing our hands – and quarantining for 14 days if we have been in high risk contact.Read more