Family

How to switch off from work and relax on weekends

Modern life can be incredibly stressful - we're working overtime and on weekends; we want to be available for our ...
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Think before you BIN it: how to safely dispose of dangerous items

Planning on getting rid of old paint, weedkiller, electronic goods, tyres or pool chemicals? Not a problem – just don’t ...
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Get active with Whānau Passport Challenge

Sport Bay of Plenty announced the 2018 Whānau Passport Challenge - the best chance for the whole family to get active ...
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The People’s Poncho (Take advantage of the special offer at the end of this article!)

We were very excited to be asked to review The People’s Poncho and with all the rain we’ve had recently, ...
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5 exercises to kick-start your post-baby weight loss journey

Getting back into exercise post baby is rather daunting, and with so much information out there it can be hard ...
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Mindfulness and Parenting – how journal writing helps shifting from a place of stress to a place of acceptance

We’ve all been there. The day where you want to tear your hair out. The kids have been fighting non-stop ...
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Fundraise in Style: The Art for Kids evening of fashion and art

Art for Kids, an exclusive evening of fashion and art is happening at the Tauranga Art Gallery on September 8, ...
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Kid-friendly veggies – healthy recipes your kids would love

Evidently, it can take up to 15 tastes before a child will accept a new flavour. Double that number when ...
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What’s on in the Bay of Plenty this August

Loaded Tough Guy and Gal Challenge, New Zealand International Film Festival, Groundswell and other events not to be missed this ...
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Interior design tips: how to choose the best flooring for your home

Whether it’s a big move or a quick renovation of the old family house, you will be surprised how little ...
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5 Tips to promote health and wellbeing for our pets

For our pets, like us humans, health is freedom from dis-ease. This means they are strong and healthy and do ...
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In safe hands – Tauranga Women’s Refuge’s acting manager, Hazel Hape

As a young girl growing up in the Far North, Hazel witnessed her grandparents and parents open their homes and ...
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