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As mothers, self-care is something we know we need to do, but it is often easier said than done when it comes to integrating it into our [...]

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By Leanne Harper Lambert Mother and Baby,

If you are someone who is sensitive to energy or vibes - which everyone is to a greater or lesser degree - you will know what it’s like to walk [...]

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By Lana Raill Holistic Wellbeing,

Have you ever looked at those people who seem to breeze through organising their trips and appear to love it while you find this process [...] 

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By Jeanette Shearer Holistic Wellbeing,

Kowhai (Sophora microphylla) is well known for its bright yellow flowers indicating the arrival of spring. Native kereru, tui, bellbird and kaka flock to [...]

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If you use social media, you are probably familiar with and quite possibly have experienced FOMO... Fear Of Missing Out. A number of reports have revealed many [...]

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By Lana Raill Holistic Wellbeing,

Highly sensitive children often need more space and time to manage in the world. Just take a moment to think about the average family home and how [...]

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By Leanne Harper Lambert Children and Teenagers,

Does time heal? Many of us have experienced someone close to us dying. At the time, we cope as best we can, often with the help of friends and maybe [...] 

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By Jeanette Shearer Holistic Wellbeing,

First Light Natural Health® and First Light Flower Essences of New Zealand® are delighted to be supporting Flowertherapy World Day 2016, a global day [...]

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It's Monday 7am and you’ve just woken up. You need to be at work at 8am and you have 15 minutes to shower, dress, have breakfast and make your way [...]

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By Lana Raill Holistic Wellbeing,

Silver Fern (Cyathea dealbata), also called ponga in Maori language, is the most well known fern in New Zealand. Widely used on rugby shirts, sports flags and [...]

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By Franchelle Ofsoské-Wyber New Zealand Plants,
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