Article Title: Winter exercise - staying dedicated in the cold
One thing that I’ve learnt over the years about trying to stay consistent with moving your body, is that motivation can be fleeting. Maintaining focus long-term comes down to dedication.
Article Title: Yoga for a stronger body
If you want to build strength and stability in the body, then it is important to move in functional, efficient ways.
Article Title: 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.”
Article Title: New year, fresh starts, infinite possibilities
The new year is nearly here, bursting with possibilities and potential. And rather than writing a laundry list of resolutions – that statistics say will be abandoned by mid-January – we’re making some plans for ‘fresh starts’.
Article Title: 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. Naturally, it’s a community full of runners, situated at the foot of the beautiful Waitakere Ranges, where the country’s best runners have run these streets for decades.
Article Title: Buffy-Ellen Gill’s chocolate raspberry tart
Buffy-Ellen Gill, founder of Be Good Organics, shared her plant-based, dairy, gluten and refined sugar free chocolate and raspberry tart with us! Now you can indulge without the guilt.
Article Title: Spice up your burger with Wise Boys’ vegan Spicy Mex recipe
We love what’s going on at Wise Boys - they’re creating vegan burger treats to sell from their food truck, and helping look after the planet at the same time. Their burgers are incredibly delicious and we were lucky enough to find out the recipe for their Spicy Mex burger!
Article Title: How to add plant power to daily detox
Medical herbalist Sandra Clair has a clear passion for the potential of medicinal plants to detoxify. Detoxifying isn’t just something to do now and then if we’ve overindulged in food or drink, it should be a regular ritual, Sandra says.