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6 The Goodies
Toaki Okano, Anna Hart
Write and win
Mostly good news from around the globe
13 Good times
Eco and health events around Aotearoa
16 Raw materials
Good stuff: Get back to basics
18 Naturally neutral
Style: Slip into spring in soft neutrals and slouchy knits
Good question: How can I grow my own mushrooms?
Good choice: We read up on e-readers
24 Good reads
Good reads: All things awesome
26 Anika Moa
My green journey: The award-winning musician on what makes her happy
36 Zen master
Local heroes: Want more Zen-like peace and wisdom in your life? Then slow down and smell the roses, says Mary Jaksch, a Zen master, fourth-dan karate black belt, psychotherapist, classical flautist and blogging phenomenon.
111 Good swag
Good stuff: Win lots of nice stuff
We all dream of living in a clutter-free, well-organised home. You might not be a hoarder or a big shopper, but life—particularly when it involves children or crafts—will fill your home with stuff.tackles the decluttering challenge
Purple carrots and stripey tomatoes?learns why heritage fruit and veggies are much more than an urban gardening trend.
A backlash is beginning against bubble-wrapping our children. Wobbly go-carts are being wheeled out of garages, streets are being reclaimed for kick-abouts, and the river retaken for skinny dips and dive-bombs. New fathermeets the parents who put freedom before fear
Home: Advice from the experts on turning your kitchen into a healthy, functional and eco-friendly space
Style: Believe it or not, 24 items of clothing is all you need to create countless outfits. Follow stylist 's instructions for a capsule wardrobe that really works.
76 Soul escape
Travel: Quirky cabooses, traditional tipis and stylish studios—whatever your style, Solscape Eco Retreat in Raglan has an eclectic array of accomodation for all
Beauty: Mineral makeup has had plenty of praise in recent years. Should we believe the hype?
Family: Are your family dinners a laid-back experience or a whirlwind of chaos?
86 Mademoiselle bagatelle
Make: How to make your own fruit and veggie bags for the supermarket
88 Around the table
Home: How buying antique furniture is good for your wallet and your soul
90 Your online life is real life
Technology: Why we should be real online
92 Can we turn coal into gold?
Technology: Solid Energy reckons it can turn dirty, polluting lignite coal into fuel, fertiliser and, of course, lots of money. So can it?
95 Family value
Transport: The super-efficient Ford Festa Econetic
96 Arabian nights
Grow + eat: Fresh crunchy beans, vibrant red beetroot, couscous and a sprinkling of mint leaves over a platter of delicious seared and squeaky haloumi. Climb on a multicoloured carpet and take a whirl through the piquant flavours and divine cheese of the Middle East
Young at heart
Julie Bartlett and Starjam
106 The Good Guide
The carboNZero programme