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NEXT June 2019

NEXT intelligently informs, entertains and inspires. Every month NEXT delivers aspirational feature stories, covers hot topics, and showcases on-trend fashion, beauty, food and home content to keep you up to date. NEXT is the smart monthly read for busy women who want more from their magazine.

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New Zealand
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English
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Bauer Media Pty Ltd
Periodicidad:
Interrupted
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1 min.
welcome

Season of change In March this year my house finally looked exactly as I wanted it. That’s because we were selling it. All the extraneous stuff was gone, banished to a storage container on a dusty lot in west Auckland, leaving only the homewares and clothes we loved and needed. Every morning that the house was on the market and available to view, we’d squirrel away the few items that had made their way out, make sure the cushions were artfully arranged, and hang up two pristine mustard towels no-one was actually allowed to use. Then we’d leave, admiring how fab it looked and wondering if we should be selling it at all. This isn’t strictly decluttering, given the existence of that storage container, but I would advise the ‘open home’…

2 min.
strike a chord

Thanks for the trip down memory lane with Maria Hoyle’s story ‘Good Vibrations’. My son and I waxed lyrical about WOMAD after attending several years ago and have since encouraged others to go. This is a cultural experience that will exceed your expectations and should be on the bucket list. There were equal numbers from all generations there for the music and total absorption of all that was on offer. I enjoyed an art workshop, and my son a drumming lesson and impromptu jam session with members of the public and musicians from St Germain – a ‘money can’t buy’ experience that will stay with us for ever. The purest voices I have ever heard came from two Israeli sisters. While we may not have understood a word they sang,…

1 min.
instagram & win!

Our favourite ‘gram of the June issue will win $250 worth of ClickClack Cook+ containers and ClickClack kitchen utensils. ClickClack is an iconic New Zealand company dedicated to producing stylish and incredibly helpful kitchenware, ranging from pantry storage, to their award-winning range of kitchen gadgets. Get ready to whisk, mash, slice, and serve! Space efficient and BPA-free. clickclack.com To enter, simply snap our magazine and tag us on Instagram @nextmagazinenz @mary_at_home Kitten, grapes plus NEXT magazine. Easter relaxing. Kanoa approved. #nextmagazine #kittens #autumn #easter2019 #joyofreading VISIT US ONLINE NOWTOLOVE.CO.NZ LIKE US ON FACEBOOK NEXTMAGAZINENZ FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM @NEXTMAGAZINENZ…

4 min.
the hot list

1 THE PHOTOGRAPHS... The best in photojournalism from all over the globe returns with the prestigious World Press Exhibition at Auckland’s Smith & Caughey’s level six gallery space. The World Press Photo Story of the Year award went to Pieter Ten Hoopen’s The Migrant Caravan. The photos documented a 7000-person grassroots migrant caravan of Central American migrants travelling from Honduras to the US border, a tale of desperation, perseverance and hope that began in October last year. This picture of a girl picking flowers during the day’s walk from Tapanatepec to Niltepec, a distance of 50km, is part of the unforgettable series. worldpressphoto.co.nz 2 THE ALBUM... It’s been a while since we’ve heard from the Queen of Pop, who has been living in Lisbon, Portugal where her son David Banda has…

2 min.
awhimai fraser

THE BEST PIECES OF ADVICE I’VE EVER BEEN GIVEN ARE: 1. Always be honest. 2. Stay humble. 3. Always be kind to people but don’t let people take your kindness for granted. Top of my bucket list is… Travelling overseas and seeing the world with my new hubby! The movie I’ve watched the most is… Pride & Prejudice (the Keira Knightley version). MY LAST SUPPER WOULD BE... Dad’s roast chicken with my mum’s self-saucing chocolate pudding. My typical working week: I love my sleep, so on Mondays you’ll always find me snoozing through my alarm a few times. Breakfast is usually oats with honey and banana and a big glass of water. I’m a massive fan of skin care so every morning I’ll wash my face and pop on sunblock and serum. My day could then consist of learning lines and heading…

10 min.
goal getter

Pretty much everything in Lisa Carrington’s life right now is targeted at making her fitter, faster and stronger. When you are a champion kayaker, on track to becoming one of our most decorated Olympians, there is no energy to spare for things that don’t further your goals. Not when the difference between victory and loss can be mere fractions of seconds. Not when it’s your job to win a race. We are used to seeing footage of Lisa powering her kayak across the finish line and punching the air in triumph – it’s why she received her third Halberg for Sportswoman of the Year in February. What we rarely glimpse is the discipline it takes to get her there. The hours of repetitive physical training, the regular physiotherapy to prevent her…