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    [ECO]: Magaliesberg Canopy Tour

    Ziplining Through Magaliesberg with Canopy Tours South Africa Terrifying; exhilarating; exciting; adrenaline charging; electrifying; thrilling and most certainly nerve racking are the adjectives I would use to describe the Canopy Tour I recently did in Magaliesberg, South Africa. I thought I was going to be brave and wasn’t even nervous about it but once I got to the first platform, I thought to myself “What on earth did I sign myself up for”.  Before I carry on babbling about my nerves, let me start from the beginning of my adventure. My brother and I drove to Magaliesberg and could not stop talking about how excited we were. Once we arrived at…

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    [ECO]: Paper Recycling

    Why Should We Recycle Paper? Image: Unsplash Those that have been reading my blog for a while now, know that I have an obsession when it comes to recycling. I can become quite hectic over it but I feel in terms of the environment, it’s a good obsession to have. Over the next few weeks I’ll be chatting more about recycling but today’s post features a few facts on paper recycling. While paper is pretty much a necessity in our everyday lives, we’re luckily switching over to the electronic side of things but we still use so much paper everyday, and while it may be essential, the trees that are being cut down for it…

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    [NOTE]: I’MPossible Ambassador

    Exciting Announcement   I’m thrilled to announce that I am now a I’MPossible ambassador! So what is I’MPossible? Well they do what their slogan says, “make things possible”! They partner with different companies to try and help those that are disadvantaged, for example, they work with the ACFS (African Children Feeding Scheme) – an organisation that focuses on educating and feeding children in different communities.   Through working with I’MPossible I will be able to go after the projects that I’ve started working on with much more force. As you know, trees in Zambia and the Platbos Forest are very important to me as well as the Elephant Orphanage in Zambia…