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Good Issue 60 May/June 2018

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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New Zealand
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Tangible Media Limited
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@janelle.barone@bethanygrogersLeanne MooreFormer interiors magazine editor Leanne now works from home in her century-old villa in Grey Lynn, Auckland, running her busy content agency, Cave Bureaux. Leanne describes her home’s style as graphic boho. “I strongly believe the things we surround ourselves with at home can say a lot about us. I love natural fabrics, prints and pattern and bold colour.” Check out her story on visual artist Deborah Crowe’s fabulous Auckland apartment on page 74.Janelle BaroneJanelle works for Melbourne-based illustration agency and creative consultancy, Makers Mgmt, with her incredible drawings adorning the columns of Good each issue. Janelle started seeing illustration as a viable career path while studying graphic design at university. “Every visual solution I came up with had some form of illustration incorporated into it, so I decided…

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Good editor Carolyn Enting with a maiko (apprentice geisha) in Kyoto, Japan.@goodmagazinenzgood.net.nzgoodmagWhen I was five, my parents took my brother and me on our first overseas adventure, travelling to South Africa, England and Singapore. The experience of these three very different cultures opened up my eyes early on to the diversity of the world we are part of, and instilled in me a love of travel and different cultures.So, I could hardly contain my excitement when I was invited to travel to Japan for Good magazine (see my story on pages 57-62).Japan, as everyone promised me, is like no other place on Earth, and the way the Japanese people are so respectful of one another enchanted and intrigued me.If they are sick or suffering from hayfever, they cover up with…

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I’m always super excited when @goodmagazinenz arrives in my mail. The article about stress is really what I needed right now #goodmagazinenz #consciousliving #makestressyourfriend @zlsprs via InstagramAutumn means I can start all my mornings off with a massive dose of feijoas. Feijoas (and hot cross buns) are the only plus side to the weather starting to cool down and shorter days. I’ve also been loving the newest addition of @goodmagazinenz for a morning read. With a side of turmeric latte, of course. @goingcrueltyfree via InstagramNothing beats sitting in the sunshine with my dog, drinking coffee and reading my favourite magazine! Thanks. Tracy Malone via emailWas given this mag – awesome read! Even some vegan yumminess. Was also happy to see @lulasticblog in there. I recommend this mag @goodmagazinenz.@conscious_ali via InstagramSitting…

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good times

Resene Architecture & Design Film FestivalMAY 3–JULY 8, NATIONWIDE Acclaimed films on architecture and design.resene.co.nz/filmfestivaAuckland Writers FestivalMAY 15–20, AUCKLAND Events and seminars with well-known writers from around the world.writersfestival.co.nzCourage, Connection and BadasseryJUNE 2, AUCKLAND Six inspiring speakers to help you create change in your life.shesaysevents.comDocumentary Edge International Film FestivalMAY 9–JUNE 4, WELLINGTON & AUCKLAND Docos from some of the world’s best filmmakers.docedge.nzLUX Light FestivalMAY 18–27, WELLINGTON Spectacular light art illuminating Wellington’s waterfront and city laneways.lux.org.nzWorld Environment DayJUNE 5, WORLDWIDE This year’s theme is Beat Plastic Pollution.worldenvironmentday.globalFeast MarlboroughMAY 10–13, MARLBOROUGH Four days of delicious artisan food and wine.feastmarlborough.nzWinter Food and Wine ClassicJUNE 1–24, HAWKE’S BAY More than 50 events over four weekends, set in stunning locations.fawc.co.nzWorld Ocean’s DayJUNE 8, WORLDWIDE Preventing plastic pollution and encouraging solutions for a healthy ocean.worldoceansday.orgBeauty Oils…

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Good for the soulIndependent stationery boutique Pepa in the ‘post quake’ Christchurch Arts Centre is built on much more of a foundation than your standard retail space. Its founder Ami Muir has goals for New Zealanders to send and receive more mail. “I also want Pepa to be a place that offers inspiration and, in a way, time,” Muir says.Sitting down with pen and paper and carefully considering each word is becoming less common as the world speeds up and digital communication grows. It’s a craft so many of us love but we’re not finding the time for. Words let us dream and escape and writing offers us mindful moments in our very busy world. Pepa is all about inspiring people to write, reminding them how good it feels and…

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pomegranate kitchen

Pomegranate Kitchen’s food is a way for new Kiwis to share their country’s culture.pomegranate.org.nzWarm falafel, flaky baklava, fresh fattoush – a meal from Pomegranate Kitchen is as tasty as it is impactful. The food of this social enterprise is made by people from refugee backgrounds, giving them employment and a connection to their new country.The idea came about when Rebecca Stewart worked for New Zealand Red Cross, meeting refugees who wanted to work but faced a lack of local experience, language barriers and childcare needs. “At the same time, my business partner (and step-mum), Ange, was worried they might not be able to get the ingredients they needed to connect with each other and their new community through the sharing of food,” says Stewart.They put their heads together and came…

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