This column is meant to feature fashion content too but it appears it’s taking a different route. Lol.
My first year at varsity was the worst! I didn’t attend Orientation week so I didn’t know what getting into university meant. I basically winged my first year. I didn’t know how important tests were or how I had to attend 80% of my classes! I didn’t know what ODS (Office of the Dean of Students) was. It was hard but nonetheless I managed to push through. My main point is, if I could turn back time, I would have prevented a lot of things from happening.
It’s been a long year and all I (we) want to do is take off our shoes, put on our bikinis and head to the beach… Have a little fun in the sun!
End-of Year function season is upon us! A season almost as popular as the “Wambo wedding season” where you constantly find yourself as someone’s plus one every Friday. The only difference is that you may get to see a concentration of corporate executives you read about in the press showcase some moves on the dance floor. Let’s admit it, Office parties can be a potential minefield. You don’t know whether you can be your usual “Monaco slay queen” or you have to continue being the “Miss Professional” you portray Monday to Friday. Even worse, the company specifically states on the invitation that it’s time to “let your hair down”. You get there and all the signs of a lit party are present; everyone dressed up, open bar, hired DJ playing all the hit songs of the season, catered food with waiters and all. How can one not take up the offer by the company to “let lose”? It’s potentially insubordination if you don’t, right?
We look into the work of Carlton Claassen. A passionate, sensitive, loving and extrovert Namibian photographer.
We hope you enjoy this!
September is career month! It’s such a coincidence that this month, the leading Etiquette and Protocol School – Washington School of Protocol declared 7th September 2018 to be the “Bring Your Manners to Work” Day. According to their website, this was a day to remind people of the importance of treating people with courtesy and respect in the workplace. Let’s extend that day to a whole month as we tackle the issue of open plan offices!
Leah Gwiini is fast becoming the go-to hairstylist. Her ability to transform hair into art is something everyone needs to see in action.
Find out how it all started.
We had the pleasure of visiting The Hot Project Studios a few weeks back. Our embarrassing attempt at pole dancing was a fun filled experience that we feel everyone should try out. The Hot Project is a fitness studio with so much to offer.
We caught up with founder Laurisha Lowings to let us in on her journey.
She is fierce, she is compassionate and most importantly, she is an educator.