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  1. 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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  2. Sleep as a spiritual practice

    Sleep as a spiritual practice

    Sleep is something that I have been in a battle with for as long as I can remember. When I was younger, it worked out well for me, it was cool to stay up all night. Gradually, I began feeling less cool, I was tired all the time, struggling to keep up with my school work and make it anywhere on time.
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  3. Summer hair hacks for stressed tresses

    Summer hair hacks for stressed tresses

    We all know how hot summer conditions can be harmful to our skin. We slip, slop, slap (slip on a shirt, slop on sunscreen, slap on a hat) to protect ourselves.
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  4. Detoxing for liver and kidney health

    Detoxing for liver and kidney health

    Traditional plant medicine provides effective ways to support the health of your hard working liver and kidneys. A simple morning routine has health benefits to last a lifetime.
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  5. Creating sticky habits

    Creating sticky habits

    In 1960, plastic surgeon Dr Maxwell Maltz published a book on behaviour change called Psycho-Cybernetics. In it, he suggested that ?it requires a minimum of about 21 days for an old mental image to dissolve and a new one to jell.?
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  6. New Starts - 5 Healthy Habits To Try

    New Starts - 5 Healthy Habits To Try

    The New Year often brings with it the need or desire to change our existing lifestyles to something we consider more healthy or beneficial to ourselves, but just where is the best place to start when looking for new ideas?
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  7. Bullet Journaling for beginners

    Bullet Journaling for beginners

    I'm not entirely sure how I first discovered bullet journaling, but it was definitely on some form of social media. When you search Pinterest, Instagram or YouTube for "bullet journal" or "bujo" there's a terrifying number of beautiful spreads that seem truly impossible to recreate.

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