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Across Aotearoa, businesses small and large are making a positive change as B Corps. Many businesses today know the impact they can have on communities and the environment – both good and bad – and the B Corp movement is helping bring recognition to those leaving

In early 2020 the world changed. With it, my world changed. The seven-week lockdown was the longest I’d been at home in eight years and I think like many others, it was an opportunity to re-assess and re-position how I wanted my life to be.

Tamarin Howse created the Better Tea Company to help start a conversation about mental health through tea. She started with an organic blend called “Anxie-tea” and has since added the “Gut Feelings” and “Hemp Relief” blends. We chatted with Tamarin about her journey with anxiety and how

Entries have now closedGood magazine is excited to announce the return of the Best of Natural Awards which sets the standard for excellence in natural, ethical, and sustainable health and wellness. The Best of Natural Awards are about championing the best natural products and celebrating those with

Fish oil plays a key role in looking after our organ function, eye health, joints and mobility. Is omega-3 part of your daily routine? It’s a supplement that has well-established cardiovascular benefits, and may even have neuroprotective effects and improve cognitive function – especially if the

There are numerous strategies to improve your eating habits. Here I’ll suggest five. Choose whichever you have the most affinity with, and that fits into your lifestyle. Rather than trying to incorporate all these ideas, pick one to start and possibly expand to using two

Group photo: From left, Louisa Hawkes from Project Jonah, Wendy Oliver from Honeywrap and Daren Grover from Project Jonah.  Honeywrap, a small but mighty Waikato business, is partnering with Project Jonah for the sixth year in a row to raise awareness for Plastic Free July 2023. For every product sold in

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