Issue 62 of Good hits newstands on September 24. Here’s a little of what you will find inside.
Mindful drinking, practical tips for creating an eco home, plus how to dream big are some of the many takeaways from Good’s 62nd issue.
Inside kikki.K founder Kristina Karlsson shares how she made her dreams happen, why daring to dream can be transformative and how to start.
Author and eco goddess Melinda Williams imparts wisdom from her new book Eco Home with 5 rules for sustainable furnishings plus the best wall and ceiling treatments.
Fashionable foodie Amber Rose reveals seven recipes from her new book Wild Delicious!
Actor Martin Henderson and comedian Rhys Darby speak out about why they are Eat Less Plastic ambassadors, taking part in a voyage across the Pacific, and how they ‘eat less plastic’ too.
Our cultural heritage when it comes to drinking alcohol plus science explains why it’s hard not to reach for ‘that’ glass of wine, and ways you can cut down if you want to.
This issue also includes the wrap of New Zealand Fashion Week’s first ever Sustainable Style Show proudly presented by Good magazine, puts the spotlight on beauty companies tackling the packaging crisis, plus so much more within our travel, good life sections including the announcement of the Flick Electric People’s Choice winners of the inaugural Ceres Organics Good People Awards.
On the cover
Photography Sara Orme, hair Cat Frost of Kindred Human and Earth, make-up Emma Peters, styling Lisa Lodge and Carolyn Enting, and Hermione the cat. Location Kindred Human and Earth, 42 Douglas St, Ponsonby, Auckland – a salon that champions sustainable and ethical practices.
Model Susanna Oinonen from Unique Models wears Ruby ‘Houston’ sweater, $269, rubynz.com; Sylvester ‘Chevron’ swimsuit, $199, katesylvester.com; and Cathy Pope stacker rings, $139 each, cathypope.co.nz