How We Got Happy profiles 20 young Kiwis who have experienced depression, but focuses on how they keep themselves well.
The coffee table book was created by Waikato friends Eve Macfarlane and Jonathan Nabbs, who share their own stories in it.
Read more here. What do you think of this approach to a book on depression?
If you'd like one, you can buy it here. Proceeds go to the Mental Health Foundation of NZ.
I am in search of employment at the moment. My previous position was a Nanny and I have 5 years customer service experience. I have my level 4 business administration and technologies certificate, barista license, level 3 in early childhood care, level 4 event management certificate and a current first aid certificate. I am an extremely hard worker and a very quick learner. I am open to anything and available to start immediately. I can send you my cv if you reach out to me through messages. Thank you
Hi everyone, I'm Mikaela, a Stuff Homed reporter. We're doing a story on what granny flats are like as a housing option in retirement. For those of you that are either living in a granny flat, or are the family who built/bought a granny flat to add to your property for an elder family member, we'd like to hear about why a granny flat was right for you. What was the process of getting one and learning to live together like? If you're happy to share your story and be featured in the article, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or let us know in the comments below, your message may be used in our story.
Sadly, no one offshore wants to buy Kiwis’ used plastics. This means that while we will be collecting plastics 1-7, we’ll now only be recycling plastics 1, 2 and 5.
We’re asking you all to join the movement and try and avoid purchasing products with plastics 3, 4, 6 and 7. More information on this can be found in the link below ⤵️