Can You See Me? by Libby Scott & Rebecca Westcott

When someone you love is diagnosed with a complex neurological condition, and you are their primary caregiver, you suddenly find yourself in the deepest, darkest hole. While family and friends try to reach you with a torch and a rope, you quickly learn the hard truth:...

Franschhoek Motor Museum: A Vintage Car Paradise

What to do With Your Parents in Cape Town The one ‘big issue’ I have when my folks come over is… Where do I take them? What can we do that’s new seeing as they’ve done almost all the touristy things in Cape Town? I’d have to take...

Raising a Silent Reflux Baby

While pregnant, I remember my sister telling me that her infant had silent reflux. It’s horrible. And that I should pray my baby doesn’t get it. I took note – I prayed. What I didn’t do, was find out what exactly is reflux. Then, I had no...

Written in the Stars: Modern Map Art

Some occasions are so special, we simply want to capture every single moment and freeze it in time. What you were wearing, thinking and feeling, what the location was like and the ambience of that day or evening… But what if we could capture exactly what the...

Me Time at Angsana Spa

One of the things I didn’t anticipate after having a baby was the amount of body aches and pains I’d have. And because of them, I ended up at the Vineyard Hotel’s Angsana Spa. All I knew was that I needed something to make me feel – and...

On Resigning, Motherhood and Resilience

A year ago I resigned from my full-time job. When I first took up the post, three and a half years prior, the last thing I would have thought that I’d do is resign to embrace the life of a stay-at-home mum. It was the biggest risk I took in my career. It was the...

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Saajida Says is a lifestyle blog inspired by my life as a writer, mum and food-lover living in Cape Town.

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