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Was given this mag – awe­some read! Even some ve­gan yum­mi­ness. Was also happy to see @lu­las­ticblog in there. I rec­om­mend this mag @good­magazi­nenz. @con­scious_ali via In­sta­gram

Sit­ting here at my desk read­ing the lat­est copy of @good­magazi­nenz and pinch­ing my­self – se­ri­ously love my li­brary job. Where else can I be sur­rounded by academia, cre­ativ­ity, books and mag­a­zines. #good­magazi­nenz #mag­a­zinecover #li­brar­ian #aca­demi­cli­brar­ian

@kym.kane via In­sta­gram

On my birth­day, at the be­gin­ning of March, to my sur­prise I re­trieved from my mail­box a copy of Good mag­a­zine. Think­ing my daugh­ter must have paid for the sub­scrip­tion for my birth­day, I sat down to read it. Later that day I texted her to say thanks, also ad­ding what a vi­brant and in­for­ma­tive read it was. She knew noth­ing about it. I am now wait­ing with baited breath to see if I re­cieve the next copy... I shall def­i­nitely sub­scribe my­self if I don’t!

Lynn Ca­wood

A good day when Good mag­a­zine ar­rives at my lo­cal dairy. Al­ways a pretty cover and never a dis­ap­point­ing read. This month the ar­ti­cle on stress was fas­ci­nat­ing. To learn a dif­fer­ent way of tack­ling this very com­mon anx­i­ety in these fast-paced, ex­pen­sive and chal­leng­ing times is most wel­comed. I can un­der­stand how a more “nat­u­ral method” of deal­ing with stress can bring one’s self and one’s body back to the calm­ness it craves. It’s amaz­ing how holis­tic, al­ter­na­tive and just basic prac­tices, like breath­ing, can cre­ate bet­ter health and dis­pel tox­i­c­ity. (I’m breath­ing slowly and deeply as I type this!) And feel­ing good! Can’t wait for next is­sue. Jill from Tawa

So good to read a mag­a­zine that has to­day’s reader at its heart, one that ac­tively pro­motes/cares with a down-toearth ar­ti­cle on health – the build-up of stress and prac­ti­cal ways to re­lax; also ar­ti­cles to awaken our senses and in­ter­est; to re­fresh; and dream – a beau­ti­ful story on Niue; and de­li­cious eye-catch­ing recipes to make good healthy choices. Barb Smith

Just thought I’d give you some feed­back on the March/April is­sue. The cover is eye catch­ing, good use of print, cur­rent in­ter­est top­ics: e-bikes, stress, mood food .... Great use of au­tumn colours on the model. Con­cise, in­for­ma­tive ar­ti­cles... great A to Z of Dunedin, plus you also have a fea­ture on the craft beer and choco­lates made there in dif­fer­ent sec­tions of your mag­a­zine, which is clever. Be­ing a mag­a­zine pub­lished once ev­ery two months you can take your time... pick up, have a wee read then put it down and still feel your soul has been nour­ished in some way. Great work ‘Team Good’. Michelle Bur­row

Af­ter be­ing a sub­scriber for a cou­ple of years I thought I would have a break; I had learned so much I thought I was set for life – not true! While at the den­tist I got stuck into your mag­a­zine and am now back sub­scrib­ing. I have thought many times about pass­ing on [old copies] but af­ter a quick flick through again I just can’t bear to – my friends will just have to bor­row! Robyn Chal­lenger

I’m al­ways su­per ex­cited when @good­magazi­nenz ar­rives in my mail. The ar­ti­cle about stress is re­ally what I needed right now #good­magazi­nenz #con­scious­liv­ing #makestressy­ourfriend @zl­sprs via In­sta­gram Au­tumn means I can start all my morn­ings off with a mas­sive dose of fei­joas. Fei­joas (and hot cross buns) are the only plus side to the weather start­ing to cool down and shorter days. I’ve also been lov­ing the new­est ad­di­tion of @good­magazi­nenz for a morn­ing read. With a side of turmeric latte, of course. @go­ingcru­el­tyfree via In­sta­gram Noth­ing beats sit­ting in the sunshine with my dog, drink­ing cof­fee and read­ing my favourite mag­a­zine! Thanks. Tracy Malone via email

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