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Tanya Watson
Tanya Watson (born Visser) is a creative, free-spirited soul with a passion for life. Born in Namibia 31 or so years ago, Tanya now permanently resides in George where she lives with her husband Ashley and (spoilt-rotten) cats Mona Lisa and Siphokazi.
Her friends and family - a diverse group of crazy, artistic, lovable, one-of-a-kind people - are the centre of her universe.

A fast talker and fast thinker, Tanya enjoys reading and writing and never knows when to stop talking!
She also loves photography, sleeping late and the smell of rain.
Her pet hates include very hot weather, arrogant people and spiders - of ANY shape and size.

A shocking experience
11:39 (GMT+2), Tue, 06 December 2016
Terrible (and embarrassing) things happen when I go out of the office on a Monday afternoon...  A couple of months ago I fell into a hole next to the N2 (while recording a video) and yesterday I managed to get shocked by an electric fence. I climbed out of the car at a business in George,...
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A dad like no other
08:39 (GMT+2), Thu, 17 November 2016
Today is my dad's 59th birthday. I know everyone feels this way, but honestly, my dad is the absolute best in the world! He is so much more than just my father - he is my friend, my mentor, my inspiration and my rock. He is my safe place, my shoulder to cry on and my home. And no...
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Hacks for your next long-haul flight
13:15 (GMT+2), Thu, 10 November 2016
Here are some tips to get through your next long-haul flight. Beat jet lag before it beats youAdjust your watch to your final destination time when boarding the plane - that way you can start fighting off the jet lag beforehand. Stretch your body before your flight Unpack as soon as...
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House guests, take note
10:09 (GMT+2), Wed, 12 October 2016
Want to be the perfect houseguest and get invited back again? Then don't use your phone, always take off your shoes and never ask for the Wi-Fi password. An etiquette study has revealed the top 10 ‘rude’ faux pas according to homeowners. The survey found that it's bad manners...
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Leopard print bread
13:40 (GMT+2), Tue, 06 September 2016
Did you know you can make leopard print bread...? Well, according to Suzelle DIY, you can! Watch the video below and try it for yourself. A very original and unique idea indeed!   " "586""="" height=""330"" src=""
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