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  1. Indoor plants for a serial plant killer

    Indoor plants for a serial plant killer

    There's plenty of research to show that having plants can improve your mental as well as physical wellbeing. There was only one problem - I'm a serial plant killer.
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  2. Plant medicine for your life stage

    Plant medicine for your life stage

    Hormones play a large role in everyone's lives, but can particularly influence women, and imbalances can affect so many aspects of life.
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  3. Clear skin for tweens and teens

    Clear skin for tweens and teens

    How hormones are going to change your child is somewhat of a mystery until they show up.
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  4. How to ace your recycling game

    How to ace your recycling game

    Let's face it, lots of us are probably a bit guilty of 'wishful recycling' - putting everything into our recycling bins in the hopes that they'll meet a better end than simply going to landfill.
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  5. What's your number? Plastic recycling 1-7

    What's your number? Plastic recycling 1-7

    Do you spend a lot of time hovering over the recycling bin while trying to determine if the thing in your hand can go in? You're not alone there. The numbers and triangle on plastic containers can be downright confusing.
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  6. How to achieve the quickest fitness wins

    How to achieve the quickest fitness wins

    When it comes to fitness and exercise, I find many people think that seeing results means doing A LOT of exercise. There never seem to be enough hours in the day!
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  7. Running for mental health

    Running for mental health

    I grew up in Glen Eden, home of New Zealand's oldest running race - the Glen Eden 10 miler - which dates back to 1964.
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  8. Growing blueberries - a beginner's guide

    Growing blueberries - a beginner's guide

    Blueberries are the queen of berry fruits as they have no thorns, they're not invasive, there's no need for support or spraying and you can grow them in any climate.
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  9. 3 tips for new mums to make life easier

    3 tips for new mums to make life easier

    Being a mum for the first time is a time of mixed emotions. There is absolute awe and wonder at the beautiful little human you have created. And there are nerves, worry, fear and exhaustion!
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  10. Can you eat to beat eczema

    Can you eat to beat eczema

    Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a condition where patches of the skin can become itchy, dry or scaly. In New Zealand it's particularly common among our young people, occurring in 15% of children and 9% of adolescents.
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