I have a suspicion that the average person learns about love and relationships from movies and songs.
This week on The Great Equalizer, Sam relays her journey to being crowned Mom of the Year, Charlene survived the wedding (in case you were wondering) and we talk future-proofing your child with human potential and parenting expert Nikki Bush.
What we are sure of is that it takes two to tango and we must take equal accountability with regards to family planning.
This week on the Great Equalizer, Sam flies solo at the end of #hellweek in South Africa. Luckily, postpartum doula and founder of The New Normal Genevieve Putter swoops in to relieve Sam from 60 minutes of monologuing.
Jonathan and Arthur share their journey to become parents through surrogacy.

Adulting The culture of Lobolo in the 21st Century

So what happens when a guy that earns R8 000 a month wants to marry you, but can’t afford it?

Dadding Steve Hofmeyr manages to get all his children under one roof for the first time

The singer celebrated his birthday on Thursday, and said he’s a proud dad.

Dadding How to encourage our children to become valuable sportsmen and women

People have always been fascinated with the “why” and the “what” that makes the rich so successful.

Playtime Five reasons to make Indonesia your next destination

As far as striking landscapes go, the rice terraces of Bali are an unmissable sight.

Dadding How much time should I spend with my child?

Parenty’s resident parenting coach, Gail Friend, gives us tips for making our time count.

Living The five W’s of fitness

The simple mistake many people make is from the start – they don’t know their who, what, why, when, where when it comes to their fitness journeys.

Dadding Are we raising our kids in a bubble?

There has to be more we can do to teach our children to be kind and giving, over and above doing this for 67 minutes a year

Dadding How to groom your child’s talent

‘How do I identify talent’ and ‘how do I groom the talent’.

Dadding One step at a time

Once upon a time, in a land far, far away, were people who thought being a step-parent was easy.

Playtime Five things to know about Greenland

Its 55,000 inhabitants — of whom 17,000 reside in the capital Nuuk — are more than 90 percent Inuit, an indigenous group from Central Asia.

Playtime 19 national parks giving free access during SA National Parks Week

The programme has afforded 438,361 South Africans a chance the opportunity to enter national parks since its inception in 2006. 

Playtime Saudi Arabia eases travel restrictions on women

Some also denounced the change as ‘unIslamic’ in a society that traditionally sees men as protectors of women.

5 outings for a wild child in Gauteng

Playtime 5 outings for a wild child in Gauteng

If your kid is anything like mine, detaining them indoors is dangerous for all parties involved – here are some places to let the wild out.




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