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How to beat burnout – win Dr Kathleen Wills’ new book

Amid increasingly busy, stressful lives – with an expectation we’ll always be connected and available – ecostore ambassador Dr Kathleen Wills’ new book seems a timely guide for many kiwis.

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May 18th, 2015
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Win Love & Food At Gran’s Table and try delicious recipes

Natalie Oldfield’s book Love and Food at Gran’s Table brings together recipes from grandmothers all around the world – including one for a yummy tabbouleh and one for some wholemeal rolls.

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May 14th, 2015
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Perspectives on depression and pathways to mental wellness

Live More Awesome’s Dan Drupsteen and integrative medicine practitioner Dr Kathleen Wills share about the huge global and local health issue of depression.

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May 11th, 2015
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How to buy Fairtrade and shop with a purpose

We’re big fans of the idea of products and businesses with a purpose that’s bigger than themselves, which is why we like to get behind Fairtrade.

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May 6th, 2015
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Reducing the waste mountain after baby

The Nappy Lady Kate Meads says there’s a shift back to traditions that help cut waste, like using cloth nappies. She’s got some tips for choosing the right cloth nappies and becoming a more conscious consumer after having a baby.

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April 22nd, 2015
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Tips for bathing your baby

There’s more than one way to do things when it comes to any aspect of caring for babies, and bathing is no exception. Fortunately Babyhelp consultant Dorothy Waide has some valuable advice.

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May 27th, 2015
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How to get dishes clean more safely and naturally

Dishwash liquid that produces long lasting bubbles and foam could be made from chemicals that aren’t necessary and may not be such a safe option when it comes to your health .

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April 6th, 2015
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Is there a link between environmental toxins and diabetes?

There are some well known, accepted risk factors for diabetes, such as diet, obesity, lack of exercise, smoking, family history and ethnicity. But naturopath and medical herbalist Rosanne Sullivan says emerging research over the last nine or 10 years shows there “may be a new kid on the block”, and that’s environmental toxins.

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March 30th, 2015
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Yoga for busy mums

It’s not easy fitting a regular yoga practice into your day when you’re a mum, but Nikki Ralston has some great poses and ideas to make it more manageable.

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May 4th, 2015
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Melissa Carroll’s tips for everyday wellness

Wellness Retreats NZ founder Melissa Carroll has learned plenty during her recovery from chronic fatigue, and she shared her story with us along with plenty of advice about how to stay well each day.

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April 1st, 2015
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