WONDERVELD. Handmade, Natural & Ethical. And yes, Namibian!

Nestled in a corner of Windhoek is Wonderveld, a brand created by creative makers looking to live a more conscious and authentic life. This is evidenced through their wide range of products and their source of their ingredients, always focusing on sustainability and ethical practices. They’ve got you covered in »

What is mindfulness meditation?

By Iani de Kock The last decade, it seems that mindfulness meditation has become all the rage, especially with Silicon Valley tycoons (like Google) professing that mindfulness meditation enhances the productivity and employee satisfaction of their staff. Is this hype justified with mindfulness meditation that is being touted as revolutionary »

That smell is getting to me…

There are very few things that spoil my day like a smelly dustbin. During summertime, I’ve noticed that my dustbin sometimes gets a bit… funky. I don’t mean it breaks out in dance moves or tells knock-knock jokes, I mean it gets this funky smell. So, I did what every »

How to shop during Corona

We’re certainly living in strange times. Shopping has suddenly taken on the shape of a giant mountain. Shops are only allowing a certain number of people in at a time, everything is constantly being disinfected, and masks have replaced smiles. But, how can we stay safe and minimize our risk »

Betty earings you have to see!

They say diamonds are a girl’s best friend, but after seeing be Betty’s gorgeous handmade polymer clay earrings, I’m inclined to disagree. These gorgeous earrings are proudly Namibian and are handmade from polymer clay (a lightweight modelling clay often used in arts & crafts), making it the perfect addition to »

Socks appeal!

By now you’ve probably realised that we love proudly Namibian products, artists, and creatives. During our search for amazing artists and products, we happened upon Gweri Vintage’s Instagram page. And wow! what a page. It is filled with happy, sun-filled, funky photos of this amazing Namibian’s socks. Yes, socks! I »