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Jes Mag­ill

With a back­ground in jour­nal­ism and pub­lic re­la­tions, Jes is al­ways on the hunt for a good story. Based in Auck­land, when not fil­ing sto­ries and work­ing on dead­line, she’s walk­ing her Sch­nauzer-cross Archi and keep­ing fit for the next phys­i­cal chal­lenge – maybe one of New Zealand’s great walks or pos­si­bly a moun­tain, hav­ing re­cently ticked off Mt Fuji and Taranaki. Jes plans to spend this Christ­mas at the fam­ily bach two hours north of Auck­land, hop­ing to stum­ble across that “one big idea” for a book. Read her story on so­cial en­ter­prises on page 34.

Sarah Tan­ner

Sarah started her ca­reer in ad­ver­tis­ing be­fore own­ing and op­er­at­ing her own beauty busi­ness for eight years. She then sold the busi­ness and had daugh­ter Stella, now aged five. Green­leaf Or­gan­ics was born in Oc­to­ber 2014 as a or­ganic smoothie delivery busi­ness; Sarah now op­er­ates a store by the same name and self-pub­lished her first cook­book, GLO. Her favourite meals at the mo­ment are light sal­ads. “Any­thing with a Thai/Asian feel is al­ways good with any type of raw veg­gie,” she says. See Sarah’s ve­gan food spread on page 90.

Su­san Czyzo

Phys­io­ther­a­pist and pi­lates in­struc­tor Su­san bal­ances her ca­reer with writ­ing, pho­tog­ra­phy and ex­plor­ing Aus­trala­sia. Her love of the ocean, paired with a de­sire for new phys­i­cal chal­lenges, prompted her to take surf les­sons. Read her story ‘Life Les­sons from the Ocean’ on page 46.

@sarah.green­leafor­gan­ics Jes Mag­ill @feel­s­likethirty

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