With the festive season creeping up upon us, we have asked Amo from Amo Creative to give us some tips on creating the perfect table setting for Christmas! Personally, I LOVE the idea of using greenery as table decoration, and it is a budget buster too 😛 There is no need to buy it, just go out and pick some! Here is what Amo told us when we asked her for her expert advice on table decor:

There are so many beautiful ways to entertain your family and friends over the festive season.  Whether it be a casual meal outside or a semi-formal meal around the table inside.  We took our inspiration from the colour of the year Greenery.

Lighting can set the mood to a dinner or party. Grouping candles together make for a great table display.  Mix your candles, use different heights.  You can also include small tea light candles in glass scattered around the centre of your table.

Personalise your table and keep it simple with a sprig of foliage from the garden in a small glass bottle and add a name tag.

See below for more ideas.


We are very excited to announce Amo Venter – owner and founder of Amo Creative event’s company, as our first brand ambassador! 😀

EquilibriumStyledShootBTS-13Here is a bit of information on Amo and her event’s company:

“I am from a small town in the karoo called De Aar and growing up I knew that helping others create the perfect memories is what I wanted to do. I took a 2 year detour at the University of the Free State before ultimately studying events management at The Aleit Academy. I started Amo Creative to live my passion everyday and to help people by taking all the planning pressure of an event on myself.

I do all events possible and would be able to help you from organising your proposal right through to full or on the day coordination.”

Proposal | Engagement Party | Bachelorette | Kitchen tea | Bachelors | Full Wedding Coordination | On the Day Coordination | Baby Shower | Birthday Celebration ( Baby to Adult ) | Conferences | Year End Functions | Launches


Visit Amo Creative for contact information and more.


Hello humans!

It is almost November… wait what? Where did this year go ?!

I’ve been thinking about this topic a lot lately, so I thought I’d share it and get some feedback on the matter. My question to you is – Why would you only want to do one discipline/type of training when you could potentially do many of them?

I understand the whole concept of ‘jack of all trades, master of none’, BUT you can do more than one type of training and still have one as your ‘main’ type that you’re better at. I just don’t understand why people feel the need to bash another type of training because they don’t do it, or they think their’s is superior.

As a fitness person, I have tried many different types of training, and it’s very interesting to see how my body reacts to each one. However, none of these training methods have taken away from another, they have all interlinked somehow and only added to my overall performance. Yes, granted you can’t be a bodybuilder and a crossfit athlete, but that’s an extreme matter of different disciplines. I’m talking about being a trail runner/crossfit athlete/practice yoga etc. You can do all these things together, so why not?

At the end of the day all I’m saying is; why would you limit yourself and close your mind off to different types of training when they could potentially make you better and change your life?