144 days ago

Time to write a new chapter?

Charmaine Rees from Prosper By Design Ltd

If you want to create a different result in a particular area of your life, the first step is to become aware of the story that you are telling yourself.

Become aware of the unconscious defaults you have about how things are, the way things will always be.

Writing in a journal, is the best way I've found to learn about these defaults.

It's true what they say. To get a different outcome, you need a different story.

You have a story about almost everything. About money and what it takes to make money and if you'e in a relationship, or want to be in a relationship you'll have a story about that too

It all starts with becoming aware of your story and then changing your story to support your goals and the direction you want your life to go. Who you are being, will determine what you do and therefore, what you have.

If you'd like to start a new chapter to your life, then its time to look at some new options.

If you're keen to make a change - start here: www.toprosperbydesign.com...

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3 days ago

Who needs a plant doctor?

Mikaela Wilkes Reporter from Homed

UPDATE: Thank you for all your questions. We're picking the best to send off to the houseplant doctor from Kings Plant Barn and the answers will be published in an article on Homed soon.

Are your houseplants looking worse for wear? The experts at Kings Plant Barn would love to help. Send us your houseplant questions and problems to homed@stuff.co.nz, or leave them in the comments, for the houseplant doctor to diagnose. Pictures are encouraged.

5 hours ago

Wellington region under restricted fire season

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

A restricted fire season is in place for Wellington, with people requiring a fire permit if they wish to light an outdoor fire.

The prohibited fire season came into effect at 9am Monday and covers multiple areas in the region. If you are in Wairarapa/Tararua distrcict then a PROHIBITED fire season still remains.

Principal Rural Fire Officer Craig Cottrill says permit holders should follow the instructions provided carefully.

"The dry vegetation acts as fuel for a wildfire, meaning if a wildfire did start it could spread very quickly... We’ve seen this with a few vegetation fires in the area recently, including one in Makara earlier this month where firefighters and helicopters worked hard over two days to put it out," he says.

What you need to know:
- The restrictions cover the following areas: Kāpiti Coast, Porirua, Wellington City and the Hutt Valley.
- You cannot light an outdoor fire unless you have a permit.
- Gas and charcoal barbecues are permitted.
- Individuals that operate heavy machinery are advised to exercise caution when out in dry terrain. Fire crews advise to undertake work in cooler temperatures and in minimal wind.

To find out more about outdoor fire safety, please go to Fire and Emergency New Zealand's (FENZ) website by clicking the button below.