Good is for conscious-living people who love life, style and the planet. Every issue of Good covers the topics of home, fashion, garden, craft, travel, health, beauty and more. There is always a spread of scrumptious recipes as well as expert advice on wellness, nutrition and relationships. Good doesn’t shy away from the topics that matter either. It includes well-researched features on issues of social justice and the environment, celebrates innovation and ‘Good People' locally and abroad It speaks for the philosophy of ‘half cup full’ in a way that inspires.
Good magazine’s “Gardening Special” (issue 77) is filled with inspiration for novices and gardening aficionados. It covers everything from gardening for wellbeing to what to plant, apartment gardens, vertical gardens and more, as well as super salad recipes from Two Raw Sisters to make from your homegrown produce. Boh Runga shares her love/obsession with houseplants, and Annabel Langbein provides tips for gardening – north and south – from her home in Wanaka, plus her epic Bacon & Egg Pie recipe. Langbein says she has never been fitter since permanently moving south from Auckland to Wanaka, where she grows 32 different types of edible plants. Did you know that 30 minutes of gardening is equivalent to the number of calories you burn playing a game of badminton? Good also deep dives into plant milks and dairy to determine which one is best. As well as the brave and bright new world of ethical modelling; life after breast cancer; and the effectiveness of beauty boosters and ones to try. The inspirational Jess Quinn talks about her new book Standing Still: What I’ve Learned from a Life Lived Differently, and why she’s on a mission to normalise “different”. And Dr Alice Boyes has some great advice for what to do when you are feeling overwhelmed. And that’s just the highlights!
Plus, every new subscriber wins with Kings Plant Barn!
$16 billed now