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Balancing bonding and boundaries while planning your wedding

By Marguerite MacRobert | 11th Nov 2020

It’s YOUR big day. So why is your mother expecting to arrange the flowers? You were besties with Read More

Office politics: productive competition or a complete nightmare?

By Marguerite MacRobert | 18th Sep 2020

“Office politics” is often the weary response people give when asked how their day at work was. Read More

Eco friendly wedding in Namibia

How to make a wedding more eco-friendly.

By Marguerite MacRobert | 29th Aug 2020

As people become more aware of the environmental impact of their actions, many couples like to know Read More

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Reasons why corporate retreats and team building breaks are important for your business

By Marguerite MacRobert | 12th Aug 2020

At Namibia Planners, we have been immersed in the business of team brainstorm breakaways, team-building Read More

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Why choose a small wedding on your big day?

By Marguerite MacRobert | 30th Jul 2020

With many people currently keeping their wedding guest lists short, Namibia Planners will be sharing Read More

How to be a great team player when you aren’t with your team

By Marguerite MacRobert | 7th May 2020

Whether you’ve got the flu, you’re on maternity leave or your entire country is in lockdown (hello Read More

6 tips for the maid of honour when planning your wedding

By Lynn Wiedow | 29th Apr 2020

You’ve been chosen out of all the many friends and family to hold your friend’s hand and guide Read More

Winter wedding ideas

By Marguerite MacRobert | 24th Apr 2020

Does the expression ‘winter wonderland’ hold appeal? There are a number of reasons to plan a winter Read More

10 Reasons to Have a Wedding Reception at Home

By Marguerite MacRobert | 27th Mar 2020

While Namibia Planners represent a number of gorgeous venues, we are also aware that some people consider Read More

5 tips for staying productive when working from home.

By Marguerite MacRobert | 27th Mar 2020

With growing numbers of people working from home for all kinds of reasons, even if only occasionally, Read More

Memories

By Lynn Wiedow | 19th Mar 2020

Presents unwrapped…suppliers paid, photographs and videos stored and shared, wedding dress packed Read More

The case for old fashioned good manners at work

By Marguerite MacRobert | 2nd Mar 2020

Maya Angelou said, “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget Read More