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Good Issue 61 July/August 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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@paulrangiwahia@emma.mildonPaul RangiwahiaPaul is the creator of A mentalWOF and I AM (so) Worth It – artworks, guides and personal development services to help people realise their potential and to navigate through life’s ups and downs. Paul’s aim is to get more wellness conversations going and to use art to share simple messages that everyone can relate to, presented in a fun, relatable way. See more at paulrangiwahia.com and check out his work as this issue’s Good Thought on page 128.Emma MildonBorn in the South Island, raised in Auckland, Emma is happiest when writing, evolving from blogger at large, to a columnist and best-selling author of The Soul Searcher’s Handbook: A Modern Girl’s Guide to the New Age World. Her piece of advice for anyone seeking to find their inner goddess…

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a good reason to celebrate

Team GoodNatalie Cyra, Carolyn Enting, Melissa Gardi, Cola Larcombe and Lisa Lodge.There’s so much to celebrate in this issue. For starters it’s Good’s 10th birthday. Plus we announce the 12 category winners of the inaugural Ceres Organics Good People Awards, which attracted 82 entries. It was truly inspiring and humbling to read all the entries and a very tough job for the judges. You can find out more about the selection process, entries and who the winners are on pages 49 to 63.To celebrate Good’s birthday we invited some of New Zealand’s leading contemporary artists to create bespoke illustrations on the theme ‘Life is good’. You can find these stunning illustrations on pages 29 to 35. Four of these talented artists – Lisa Baudry, Hayley ‘Flox’ King, Hannah Jensen and Anieszka…

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How does my @goodmagazinenz know to arrive on days when both of my little treasures go to sleep at the same time so I can sit down with my pot of tea and enjoy my first flick through? Feeling eco-inspired to go and sew some pretty, reusable bags now! #lovetheearth #salutethereuser #beatplasticpollution @hellee_dee via InstagramComfy mornings spent relaxing with my blueberry oats and the new @goodmagazinenz before a day of essay writing @oliviadobbs_ via InstagramMaking time to slow down, enjoy the simple things & listen to my body with a warm lemon water & a good read @goodmagazinenz. @juila_b____ via InstagramLindy Davis’ article on the future of food took some digesting. Shedding light on, but not dwelling on, the grim statistics around livestock production, her article gently prods us towards…

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Tauranga Coffee FestivalJULY 28, TAURANGA Boutique roasters, tastings, coffee collabs and competitions. downtowntauranga.co.nzBeervanaAUGUST 10–11, WELLINGTON More than 60 craft breweries serving 400 types of beer to 14,000 beer lovers in the capital. beervana.co.nzArts Festival DunedinSEPTEMBER 21–20, DUNEDIN A boutique festival celebrating the excellent and extraordinary. artsfestivaldunedin.co.nzTaupo Winter FestivalJULY 11–14, TAUPO Five days of festivities and winter fun in and around the Taupo Domain and Great Lake Centre. taupowinterfestival.co.nzGo Green ExpoAUGUST 11–12, CHRISTCHURCH New Zealand’s largest green living expo hits the garden city. gogreenexpo.co.nz/christchurchWorld of WearableArtSEPTEMBER 27–OCTOBER 14, WELLINGTON This year celebrates 30 years of World of WearableArt. worldofwearableart.comMatariki FestivalJUNE 30–JULY 22, AUCKLAND More than 100 events across Auckland celebrating Māori New Year. matarikifestival.org.nzAuckland Vintage Textile FairAUGUST 26, AUCKLAND Largest display of genuine vintage textiles in Australasia. facebook.com/vintagetextilefairInternational Day of PeaceSEPTEMBER…

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Beautifully bespokeNew Zealand accessory label BESS has collaborated with theKnitter this winter by combining two of BESS’ silk scarf colourways with theKnitter’s iconic chunky knits. The extra-long 100 per cent wool scarves, $340, are made to order and every one unique. bess.studioBuy one, give oneKnitwear social enterprise Make Give Live has launched its winter 2018 collection with new hat styles for the whole family, plus a scarf and gloves. Styles include the Reagan beanie, $65, with a faux fur pompom made from New Zealand wool. For every beanie sold, one will be donated to a homeless or elderly person.makegivelive.comPatch perfectTsuika patches offer a conscious fashion solution for upgrading garments that need some extra TLC. Made in Auckland, the ethical iron-on patches are made from organic cotton and wood fibre. Tsuika…

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health pantry

TearrificHealtheries have just expanded their fruit and herbal teas range to include four new delicious flavours – their Detox Tea with Dandelion & Milk Thistle, Turmeric Tea with Lemon, Sleep Tea with Chamomile & Passionflower, and their Lemon & Ginger Tea. $3.59, pack of 20 tea bags. healtheries.co.nzNew leaf on the blockWith 15 per cent more anthocyanin than blueberries, JusTea’s organic purple tea blends, $24 each – make for an extremely healthy brew.JusTea is Rainforest Alliance certified and an active member of the Fair Trade Federation too. justea.co.nzNitro cold brewMinor Figures nitro cold brew coffee range comes in three dairy-free flavours, $4.75 each.The brews are made using nitro-widget technology, flooding the coffee with nitrogen bubbles, creating a draught-style that settles into a frothy head when poured. naturalthings.co.nzNaturally sweetenedGault’s Tomato Ketchup,…