Cape Town Hair[oine] | Leandi Esterhuizen


I have a very adventurous attitude when it comes to my hair (what little I have left) in the sense that I show up with an image or two for inspiration and then I let the stylist do their magic. You wouldn’t tell an artist how to paint a work of art, would you?
You can supply inspiration, of course, but how they get to the end result is really up to them and their skills. The same goes for stylists. Being able to interpret my creative requests and render results that always makes me leave Scar with a smile and sense of awesomeness is why Leandi Esterhuizen has been cutting, colouring and styling my hair for a few years now.

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Top 10 Tamriel Roleplay Destinations this 2017


The Elder Scrolls saga never seizes to miss an opportunity to create majestic digital worlds filled with epic beauty and interesting people. TESO (The Elder Scrolls Online) was another successful epicness that showed off scenic wonders thanks to the power of imagination and awesome tech.

I adventure through the lands of Tamriel, and even the planes beyond, as Lady Lilith the Lightbinder, a vampire High Elf with a heart of pure gold. In my travels, I have come across some intriguing spots that managed to make it on my list of top 10 must-see destinations. From purely humorous to useful roleplay hangouts, there’s something that every true TESO roleplayer will enjoy.

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Mustacchio Caffé reviewed! (Cape Town freelance coffee stops)


It’s my first time at the newly opened Mustacchio Caffé on the corner of Buitensingel and Kloof Street, Cape Town, and from the moment I walked through the door I’m already impressed. Not only is the interior décor spot on for the hipster-filled Mother City with white walls, light wooden bar and metal chairs, but they have free wi-fi and plug points all over – an ideal working spot for every freelancer that spend their days behind the PC.

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Retrenched…what now?


We all fear it and it happens to the best of us, but being retrenched from your work is not the end of the world. While financial stress can get you under, it is important to remain positive when you get the occupational boot to ensure you don’t dissolve into an unproductive depression. Here’s what I did when I got retrenched in 2016.

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