Wednesday, 29 November 2017

• Lifestyle • Brooklyn Brothers Diner Review • Whacky Wings, Great Burgers and Cold Beer

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Hiya everyone 

I was lucky enough to be invited for dinner at Brooklyn Brothers at the brand-spanking-new Cornubia Mall last week. My bestie has been so supportive of me lately with everything that is going on in my life, so the poor boyfie chilled at home while I spoiled her to dinner! 

Brooklyn Brothers is a New York inspired, hip urban diner, specialising in buffalo style chicken wings in a variety of flavours, a range of great burgers and hand crafted shakes.

Brooklyn Brothers, a new restaurant chain that I had never heard of, is located in the section of the mall where most of the other restaurants and fast food joints are, over the way from John Dory's and Bounce Trampoline Park. It really stands out from the rest with its contemporary feel and the very friendly staff ready to welcome you in. As it's a new restaurant, they are still awaiting their final liquor licence. My bestie and I quickly headed to Pick n Pay around the corner to grab some wine for our dinner and catch up.

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Both of us are huge foodies. Not in the fancy way, we just love food and basically plan all of our get-togethers around what we can eat. We started with a nachos (smothered in cheese sauce, melted cheese and jalapenos, with a fresh salsa of chopped tomatoes, mixed peppers and corn, sour cream and guacamole) and jalapeno poppers. The nachos were simply delish! We try be courteous, but I am pretty sure we were both angling to try get as many nachos down as possible until they ran out! They were honestly some of the best nachos I've had in years! The jalepeno poppers were a little too hot for me, my bestie pushed through with them because despite battling with the heat they were just so tasty. 

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Nachos - R89

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Jalapeno Poppers - R45

For mains, I had the Classic Down Town Dog (having had a burger over the weekend) and my bestie had (her favourite dish) the half rack (300g) of ribs. We both really enjoyed them (so did my boyfie considering he ate our leftovers). We were simply too stuffed to finish everything! The chips were awesome, too. There were still slivers of potato skin on some of them so you know they have been hand-made and were fried to perfection! 

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Half Rack (300g) Ribs - R110

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Classic Down Town Dog - R55

I asked for a Nutella Chocolate waffle (R49) as a takeaway since my boyfie had been saying the night before how he was craving waffles (a fave of both of us). The waiter was so sweet, he put the ice cream in little plastic containers that is usually reserved for a takeaway sauce. I put them in the fridge as soon as I got home and we were golden! We ended up sharing the waffle the next day and it was amazing, even something as simple as the vanilla ice cream that was included was creamy and delightful

We didn't experience their Crazy Shakes this time as we opted for wine, but it's definitely on the menu for my next visit. 

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Image taken off their website as my photos didn't have great lighting

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Image taken off their website as my photos didn't have great lighting

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It was quite quiet, which I expect from a new restaurant, but the food came super quickly and the three waitrons who looked after us were attentive and friendly. Having worked as a waitress before, I can vouch that typically you get worse service when it's quiet - the grill isn't hot and the waitrons often get bored and faff at their station - but this certainly wasn't the case here! We also chatted to the owner whilst we were getting ready to leave and he was great, craving our feedback - you can see he genuinely cares about his restaurant and patrons!

There are currently 6 Brooklyn Brothers franchises open:

Durban
• Cornubia Mall, Mount Edgecombe

Johannesburg
• Bedford Centre, Bedfordview
• Clearwater Mall, Roodepoort
• Eastgate Shopping Centre, Bedfordview
• Roodekruin, Roodepoort

Pretoria
•Glenfair Boulevard, Lynnwood

You can find them online at the below links: 

• Website here
• Instagram here
• Cornubia's branch Instagram here
• Facebook here
• Twitter here 

Thank you to Brooklyn Brothers and Cornubia Mall for hosting me. I'll definitely be back!

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*Disclaimer: I was gifted a voucher to cover our meals at Brooklyn Brothers in exchange for this post. The views on the post are not influenced by the gift, they are true and my own.

Monday, 27 November 2017

• Beauty • Cherubs Eco Range Review • Makeup Wipes, Cotton Rounds & Cotton Buds

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Hiya everyone 

I was very generously sent the new Cherubs Makeup Remover Wipes to review after completing a survey on Beauty Bulletin, intrigued by a new offering in the category.

I was also kindly sent a couple of extra packs of wipes, plus their cotton rounds and cotton buds.

The Eco-Facial Wipes come either in a pack of 24 or a pack of 60. There are also three variants: normal (blue), oily / combination (pink) and sensitive / dry (purple). Whilst the 24 pack comes with a stickable seal (perfect to take it around with you), I do like that the 60 pack comes with the stickable seal and a lid despite it being bulkier.

All of the wipes are lightly fragranced, they are gentle on the skin, are pH balanced, alcohol and paraben free and, best of all, are biodegradable!

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The variant for normal skin contains rooibos & papaya extract rich in powerful anti-oxidants, keeping skin hydrated. The one for oily / combo skin contains lemon, ivy & sage extract to reduce oiliness, hydrate skin, and prevent localized drying in combination skin whereas the sensitive / dry variant contains sea fennel & chamomile extract to soothe skin, keeping it moisturised and hydrated.

I can vouch for all of their claims, my only gripe with the wipes? They are sadly ineffective at removing makeup, I have to rub and rub and use at least three to get some sort of result  That's kinda the whole point of the wipes, so not worth the buy in my opinion. They also are not very moist and are not very durable, they stretch and tear quite easily. However, the thing that this experience has taught me, Cherubs is an awesome brand and I so appreciate that they produce biodegradable products! 



Now, one thing you may not know about me, I have baby wipes and anti-bacterial wipes with me almost everywhere. I have them in my makeup room, in my car, in my desk drawer, in my gym bag, in my airplane cosmetics bag and in my handbag. I am so impressed with the Cherubs brand that I am now going to replace all of my current baby wipes with Cherubs! 

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Despite this review being based around the makeup wipes, the real stars for me are the cotton rounds and cotton buds! I did not know that cotton rounds weren't biodegradable (I am ashamed, no need for hate please)?! I have been flushing cotton rounds (not buds though) for years! So, I am also now switching to both the Cherubs cotton rounds and buds. Added bonus? The cotton rounds are super soft and effective for both removing makeup or nail polish.


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The 60 pack comes with a stickable seal and lid

I am so proud of this South African brand and will definitely be using the brand going forward as well as recommending them to all my friends! It's unfortunate that I don't find the makeup removal wipes very effective (and I've used enough brands in the past to be able to compare) but this experience has introduced me to a brand that I never would have tried before, until maybe when I have a child in the future.

You can visit the Cherubs website here and support the bid to minimise plastic usage and pollution!

Click here to purchase from Dischem:
Cherubs Eco Cotton Buds x 200 - R15.95
Cherubs Eco Cotton Wool Rounds x 800 - R24.95
Other Cherubs products 


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Thursday, 23 November 2017

• Lifestyle • 5 Reasons Why I Don't Like Sales

Hiya everyone 

This is actually a topic that I have written about before, but I considered with Black Friday looming it is the perfect time to share my thoughts on "5 Reasons Why I Don't Like Sales".


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It is a strange phenomenon to me why people, specifically ladies, love sales. Mid-season, end-of-season, last of a range, whatever. One of the most stressful shopping expeditions I have ever experienced was the June sale in River Island on Oxford Street a couple years ago. The scene was something out of a shopping horror movie and I was the star, running and screaming out of that store after 15 minutes!


Here are 5 reasons why I don’t enjoy sales:

1. The store is an absolute shambles

There are millions of people, there are clothes all over the floor and hanging strangely off hangers, and I get stressed the hell out! I am an absolute fan of order, everyone at work teases me because they know how I am with people ‘borrowing’ my stationery (I still haven’t gotten my scissors back...) or moving my notebooks, so you can imagine the internal panic that ensues when I see the chaos in-store. I enjoy a shopping environment where stores are quieter (you won’t see me shopping often on a Saturday) and when the rails are packed neatly and in some kind of logical order. I actually prefer a week after the new stock is in, people have calmed down and I can choose my new outfits in my own, sweet time.

2. They never have it in my size

Joy for me, I am a pretty regular sized lass. I am a 'medium', 32/34 and a size 4 shoe. That means whenever I go check out those dreadful sales racks and shelves I often find a size 30 or 38 dress and a size 8 shoe, I can’t even make that work and I fancy myself a whizz in the dressing department…

3. The staff are flustered and stressed out

I like having the opportunity to ask shop staff where I can find a particular item I need or one I have seen in a magazine or if they (by any chance) have one in my size in the back. During sales the staff is so manic and the environment is so unsettling that often they appear rude or lacklustre. This does not allow for an enjoyable shopping experience.

4. The lines are way too long

Have you ever been to Primark on Oxford Street in London? The prices are so low that it is basically a ‘sale’ every day. And the queues?? Crazy long is a great way to describe them. Now I very often do not try on items in store (depending on return policy) as I enjoy the lighting at my home, where I can try on different shoes and style the outfit the way I want. But, often during the sales season the queues to try on clothes are so long that you can wait easily 30 minutes to try on an item or two. Then there’s the queue to pay or return something (hence my mention of trying on items at home). My feet are sore, my back is killing me, I don’t have enough hands to carry all my new gear, and now I have to wait what feels like forever to actually buy the articles I have just spent an hour deciding on? No way.

5. I often just buy something because it’s a sale, and its price, but I actually don’t LOVE the piece

It’s that guilt we all feel. “There’s a sale, I have to buy something!” Of course you don’t!! When I first started earning enough cash to shop I made quite a few blunders, a pair of the most uncomfortable brogues in the world, blue trousers (they look like part of a construction uniform) that just don’t fit, and the pretty gross makeup at Clicks that are thrown in bowls for people to sift through, yuck. One of my very important shopping rules, only buy it if you LOVE it! Simple, right? I am also too stressed out to wait and see if an expensive item I have my eye on will still be around by the time the sale starts. You will almost always regret NOT doing something than regret doing it in the first place, so if there is an item you really love – SPLURGE! You probably will not regret it in the future.

I hope you’ve enjoyed my anecdotes of shopping horror, but also do what feels right for you. Don’t forget to share your sale horrors with me, tweet me @CJaneWonder

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Friday, 10 November 2017

• Fashion • Call on your angels this festive season with Engelsrufer

Engelsrufer Festive Season Collection || Jane Wonder Blog

The ancient tradition of calling upon the angels becomes a reality with Engelsrufer.

The core range from Engelsrufer consists of a variety of sound balls, in a various colours, each making a distinct sound to attract specific angels.

These mystical sound balls are kept in a pendant, and can be further personalised with angel wings and accessories.  There are several different coloured sound balls and styled pendants and necklaces to choose from, to ensure your angel experience is your own.  

Chains, pendants and accessories are available in silver, gold or rose gold. The sound balls range from R399 to R999, the pendants range from R1299 to R4299 and the necklaces range between R399 and R4499.
                              
Balance Luna

New to the collection of cages and sound balls, is the Balance Luna – a classic cage made of 925 sterling silver rhodium plated, and designed with symbols for luck, peace, joy, love and faith.  The rose sound ball, included here, will call on your guardian angel to be at your side. 

Price: R2199 for the cage and sound ball

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Other jewellery collections from Engelsrufer this season include:

Lil’ Heartwing

A sign of eternity is represented by the heart.  The angel wing symbolizes doors which open in our lives.  Together, the heartwing is a lucky charm that combines protection and love. These delicate necklaces, earrings and bracelets are made from sterling silver, rhodium plated as well as 18ct gold and rose gold plated.

Price:
Earrings: R899 for silver and R1099 for rose gold and gold plated
Necklaces: R1099 for silver and R1299 for rose gold and gold plated
Bracelets: R899 for silver and R1099 for rose gold and gold plated

Engelsrufer Festive Season Collection || Jane Wonder Blog

Engelsrufer Festive Season Collection || Jane Wonder Blog

Engelsrufer Festive Season Collection || Jane Wonder Blog

Lil’ Feather

Enjoy life and your emotions will be as light as a feather.  These bracelets are made from sterling silver, rhodium plated as well as 18ct gold and rose gold plated.  Each feather has a a sparkle of CZ as an additional touch.
Price: R899 for silver and R1099 for rose gold and gold plated


Lil’ Stella

A minimalist, must-have bracelet and a perfect addition to your current collection.  Available in sterling silver.

Price: R1599


Lil’ Dreamcatcher

May all your dreams come true.  The dreamcatcher collection is available as a pendant and stud earrings in either sterling silver, or bi-colour (sterling silver and rose gold plated).

Price:
Earrings - R899 for silver and R1199 for bicolour
Pendant - R1299 for silver

Engelsrufer Festive Season Collection || Jane Wonder Blog

Heavenly Guards

Angels and wings pendants to add to your Engelsrufer collection are available in sterling silver and 18ct rose gold / gold plated.

Price: 
R1699 for gold and rose gold plated angel pendant and R1499 for silver wing pendant 

Engelsrufer Festive Season Collection || Jane Wonder Blog

Engelsrufer Festive Season Collection || Jane Wonder Blog

For more information, or to find the nearest stockist, visit www.engelsrufer.co.za or email orders@engelsrufer.co.za


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Wednesday, 8 November 2017

• Lifestyle • 5 Podcasts I have LOVED

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Hiya everyone 

My latest obsession - podcasts! My iPhone was on its last legs and wouldn't store any music (no matter how many times I downloaded the bloody song) and I have been so over the radio lately, so I popped onto social media and asked which podcasts my friends would recommend. I had never listened to a podcast before so I really was at their mercy.

Another question piqued my interest - why on earth did they call this type of audio a podcast? So, nerdy li'l ol' me went to investigate. The word arose as a portmanteau of "iPod" and "broadcast", so I am guessing the first podcast was probably broadcast on an Apple device. I decided that, in that case, the Podcast app on my iPhone would do.

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The first podcast which I ever listened to was Serial, season 1 is a 12-part series on a murder in Baltimore. It really was super riveting and does feature as one of my favourites, but it didn't make the list because season 2 didn't grab me nearly as much as season 1.

S•Town is bought to us by This American Life - the same people who bought us Serial. I heard about it on the Serial show and thought it would, too, be a murder mystery.

Turns out it wasn't. But boy, am I glad that I carried on listening! John B McLemore contacts Brian Reed and says that there is a young man from his small town in Alabama that is bragging about getting away with murder. Brian is intrigued and after a year of exchanging emails and several months of conversation with McLemore, producer Brian Reed traveled to the small town in Alabama to investigate. I won't give anything away but Brian tells us about hanging out with John and other characters, learns about antique clocks, sundial mottos, mercury poisoning, garden mazes, hidden treasure and a death. 

I cried like a small child when I finished the show, Brian did an excellent job at humanising all of the characters, it felt like I knew them personally. 

You can listen on the Podcast app on your iPhone (where I listen) or HERE

5 of the best podcasts || Jane Wonder Blog

I stumbled across Ctrl Alt Delete purely by chance. Emma Gannon is an author, writer, blogger and podcaster from the UK. She had interviewed Estee Lalonde, who I follow on YouTube, Insta and Twitter, so I think I must have seen a link to Emma's podcast there.

Every episode she has a guest, ranging from Zoella to Mara Wilson (Matilda) to Lena Dunham to Matt Haig to Tavi Gevinson to Henry Holland, where they discuss their relationship with the internet. She covers topics like blogging and social media, mental health and anxiety, motherhood, and feminism. There's something for everyone, with over 100 episodes there are plenty that will appeal to you and some that you may skip. 


They are easy-listening episodes and I have learnt so much whilst listening to them. I highly recommend!

You can listen on the Podcast app on your iPhone (where I listen) or HERE


I am a huge fan of true crime podcasts. I have tried to not fill this post with them in case they're not your thing (but I promise I could do a whole post dedicated to true crime podcasts). I was utterly obsessed with Up & Vanished once I listened to the first episode. I came across the name of this podcast, as well as a few other awesome true crime podcasts, on a Buzzfeed article that had shows recommended by the Buzzfeed community.

Up & Vanished is hosted by Payne Lindsey, a documentarian turned amateur investigator. This may sound weird, but I really liked listening to his voice. He always sounds very mysterious which lends a hand to the eeriness of the content. 

He explores the unsolved disappearance of Georgia beauty queen and high school teacher, Tara Grinstead, an 11-year-old mystery that is the largest case file in Georgia’s history. Payne visits Ocilla, Georgia, speaks to her family and friends, gets insight into the suspects, visits the crime scene, and then, to all of our shock, there is a huge break in the case - spurred on by Payne's investigation over 10 years after her disappearance! 

You can listen on the Podcast app on your iPhone (where I listen) or HERE (beware there are spoilers on the website)

5 of the best podcasts || Jane Wonder Blog

After being diagnosed with severe post natal depression in 2011, Brooke embarked on a one-woman mission to cut out the excess in her life and reconnect with what was really important. She learnt about minimalism and simplicity, immersed herself in the Slow Living philosophy and discovered the beautiful benefits of living with less.

Some of the topics covered in the Slow Home Podcast include slow living and social media, disconnecting, collaborative learning, boundaries, mindfulness and meditation. 

You can listen on the Podcast app on your iPhone (where I listen) or HERE

5 of the best podcasts || True Crime || Jane Wonder Blog

I loved that this podcast wasn't really what I expected. It's a true-crime story bought to you by the LA Times and is a first hand account from John's wife, Debra, and her family. The narrator, Christopher Goffard, also spoke to investigators and attorneys and reviewed thousands of pages of court documents, police reports, restraining orders and prison records, as well as text messages and emails.

You won't believe the kind of ish that Dirty John gets up to, the lies he tells, and how manipulated his wife is, blinded by love. 

The only part that disappointed me? There are only 6 episodes! 

You can listen on the Podcast app on your iPhone (where I listen) or HERE

Please let me know if you want any more podcast recommendations - I've listened to so many in the last few months that I have loads :) 

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Sunday, 5 November 2017

• Fashion • Superbalist Swimfluencer and Summer Swimwear

• Fashion • Superbalist Swimwear Summer '17 • Click for more details and to SHOP || Jane Wonder Blog

Hiya everyone 

Now, I am not the first person to say this lately - but how on earth is it November already?!

I have been in malls a lot lately; for work (I am a brand manager in retail), shopping for Santa's Shoe Box and grocery shopping. I have also done my fair share of window shopping too, both in stores and online, and WOW! I have seen so many gorgeous swimsuits lately! There are so many new styles, prints and cuts - for bodies from the smaller end to the larger end of the scale.

I am very much on the larger end of the scale of late. I was a skinny-malink for about 25 years of my life, but with the change in hormones that a lot of us experience in our mid-20s I have piled on the weight and, admittedly, am way too lazy to try lose it... One of my excuses? I am going to London for three weeks, who needs a "bikini body" in wintery UK? 

I read a stunning post from Superbalist's super-cool blog The Way of Us a couple of days ago. A local Instagram influencer, Nabeelah Staggiehas been dubbed swimfluencer by Superbalist's blog and has picked her ultimate swimsuit styles for summer '17. I was SO chuffed to see all of the flattering full-cossies on offer from Superbalist and international brands - such as Missguided (UK) and Vero Moda (Canada) - and local brands - such as Bacon Bikinis and Bikini Love. My full bodied figure is crying out in happiness! 

I have chosen four of the seven styles to showcase today and have picked three or four swimsuits per style to show you photos :)


• Fashion • Superbalist Swimwear Summer '17 • Click for more details and to SHOP || Jane Wonder Blog

1. Lace Up Swimsuit | Bacon Bikinis | R499 | Shop here
2. Cut Out Swimsuit | South Beach | R499 | Shop here
3. Fiji Swimsuit | Dorina | R299 | Shop here  
4. Balconette Mesh Swimsuit | South Beach | R549 | Shop here

PS. I love how you can undo/remove the straps from the Fiji and Balconette Mesh Swimsuits so you don't get tan-lines! 

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1. Palm Print Bikini | South Beach | R249 for top and for bottoms | Shop top here and bottoms here
2. Julia Bikini | Vero Moda | R329 for top and R299 for bottom | Shop top here and bottoms here
3. Olivia Paradise Bikini | Beachcult | R549 for top and R379 for bottoms | Shop top here (on sale!) and bottoms here 
4.  Jazz Holy Moly Bikini | Bikini Love | R299 for top and R299 for bottoms | Shop top here and bottoms here 

PS. Again, the strap can be removed from the palm print bikini to make it boob tube. I recommend you attach it if you're having a swim - no lady wants a nip-slip!
How gorgeous is that yellow on the Julia bikini? Perfect for darker skin tones. 
The high-waist on the Olivia Paradise is great for fuller-bodies ladies - but not always! Always try to try on the bottoms beforehand, I sometimes find that bikini bottoms that are lower down and tie at the side are more flattering than the high-waisted ones.
Also, don't you love the neon take on the ever-popular Triangl bikini with the Jazz Holy Moly? They have many other colours available, just search "Jazz Holy Moly" and you can pick and choose! 
Lastly! I highly recommend you don't opt for a boob tube if you have a fuller bust. There is very little support and doesn't accentuate your beautiful figure.


1. Metal Details Plunge Swimsuit | Missguided | R499 | Shop here 
2. Plunge Halter One-Piece | Dailyfriday | R399 | Shop here 
3. Halterneck Zip Front Swimsuit | South Beach | R549 | Shop here 
4. Hello Boys Slogan Swimsuit | Missguided | R449 | Shop here

• Fashion • Superbalist Swimwear Summer '17 • Click for more details and to SHOP || Jane Wonder Blog

1. Embroidered Triangle Bikini Top | South Beach | R269 | Shop here 
2. Floral Embroidered Swimsuit | Missguided | R599 | Shop here 
3. Embroidered Plunge Tie Neck Swimsuit | South Beach | R699 | Shop here 

PS. That plunge tie neck with the embroidered detail is perfect for ladies with a smaller chest area - the detail gives the allusion of a fuller bust whereas styles such as boob tubes rather highlight the bust area which you may not want.

FYI, the other three styles that Nabeelah loves are "The strappy one", "Bardot lace-up" and "The nautical halterneck". These are my three least-fave styles she mentions, but still beautiful none the less! 

See Nabeelah's breakdown of her fave styles and her Suberbalist picks HERE

Shop all swimwear on Superbalist HERE!


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*This post is in paid collaboration with Superbalist