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Good Issue 64 March 2019

Good is the magazine for people who think and care about the everyday choices they make. Good is filled with inspirational stories, world-changing ideas and practical, down-to-earth advice on what to eat, grow, wear and more. Good is all about making better choices for your home, health, family and the community around you. It celebrates handcrafted, natural and simple pleasures and helps you to reconnect with things that really matter.

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Lara Wyatt Lara is Good’s new digital editor. When she’s not writing up a storm or updating all of Good’s social media platforms, she spends a lot of time knitting and hanging out with her cats. She’s also very involved in South Auckland’s amateur theatre world (backstage), and from her home she runs The Aunties Shop – which sells pre-loved designer clothes with funds going to The Aunties. Tracey Sunderland Tracey is a chef and food writer, having started her career as a chef’s apprentice at a large five-star hotel in Auckland. She then travelled overseas and spent time working and cooking in foreign kitchens. “A lot of my cooking and inspirations comes from my early stints of living in the Greek Islands, Lucerne and St Moritz,” she says. Tracey launched her catering…

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explore christchurch — new zealand’s newest city

If you haven’t been to Christchurch recently, you’re in for a surprise. This is not the city you remember. Embracing its rediscovered identity as the City of Exploration, Ōtautahi Christchurch has emerged as the country’s newest and most modern city, juxtaposed against the lasting heritage for which it is known. The stone buildings of the Arts Centre, and surrounding cobbled streets, now sit alongside glistening architecture reflecting the mature trees and river that bring a lush garden vibe to the CBD. Boasting some of the safest buildings in the world, as well as modern amenities and wide city streets, it’s time you explored the new Christchurch. Expect laneways and shops, diverse eateries and bars overlooking the river. Bask in the last of the summer sun in Christchurch, our City of Exploration. christchurchnz.com…

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finding your calm

I don’t know about you but towards the end of 2018 I was juggling so many balls that I risked dropping the ball on me. By that I mean I was so harried and ragged that I realised I had not been looking out for, or after, myself. I’m what Dr Libby describes as a text book “rushing woman”. Something had to change and to do that I needed to implement some new strategies. For starters, I needed a complete mind break for a reset. A three-week holiday ticked that off. I chose ‘calm’ as my word for 2019, to set an intention for the year. Plus, I gave up coffee! Thank you Dr Libby. Giving up coffee has been liberating – no more foggy brain or bloating and hello to…

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your feedback

I found your magazine while I was waiting at the airport. Within 24 hours I had signed up to Linden Leaves Wellbeing Series and found a new favourite cleanser in Labonics, the sample included with issue 63. It’s safe to say I wish I found Good before now. Thank you. Kelly Scown I love to hold and flick through your mag as soon as I receive it. A friend gave it to me as a present last year when I was sick, and I loved it so much that I subscribed shortly after at the Go Green Expo, and have just renewed for another year. I am going through a very emotional and stressful time in my life right now and reading ‘Daring to Dream’ (issue 62) really lifted my spirits,…

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good times

Bard at the Park MARCH 30, NAPIER A humorous abbreviation of Shakespeare’s complete works in serene winery surrounds. moanapark.co.nz/events Upsurge Bay of Islands Arts Festival APRIL 2-7, KERIKERI Hosting performances from national and international acts. upsurgefestival.co.nz A Taste of Matarangi APRIL 6, MATARANGI Food, wine and music on the picturesque Coromandel Peninsula. atasteofmatarangi.co.nz Go Green Expo & Better Food Fair APRIL 6-7, AUCKLAND Two events for the price of one. gogreenexpo.co.nz, betterfoodfair.co.nz Wairarapa Balloon Festival APRIL 18-22, CARTERTON Hot air balloons take to the sky this Easter, marking its 20th year. nzballoons.co.nz Earth Day APRIL 22, GLOBAL This year Earth Day focuses on declining and endangered species. earthday.org NZ Tiny House & Alternative Living Conference APRIL 27, AUCKLAND The lowdown on tiny houses. tinyhouseconference.nz The Great New Zealand Food Show MAY 4-5, HAMILTON A local foodie experience with entertainment and tastings. greatnzfoodshow.co.nz Feast Marlborough MAY 9-12, MARLBOROUGH Celebrate homegrown produce at this region-wide food and wine…

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what’s on

Yoga Immersion Weekend with Kino MacGregor OmStars cofounder and celebrity yogi Kino MacGregor is heading to New Zealand for the first time to run a three-day yoga immersion weekend in Auckland from April 5 to 7. Her ability to connect with all students, whatever the stage of their practice or yoga style, is a quality that has won her hearts all around the world, and she continues to be an inspiration for millions of yoga practitioners who follow her videos on YouTube and Instagram. Book tickets at eventbrite.co.nz. Read our interview with MacGregor good.net.nz/whats-on…