As we impatiently await our new stock to arrive it's a timely reminder that Covid 19 is not going away any time soon. According to Aristotle and sometimes quoted to me by my ever patient mother "patience is a virtue". So as we wait and wait for the arrival of new products I am practicing the virtue of patience. Well beyond our safe shores
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Spring is the season of new beginnings: new life, new energy, new plans, new jobs, new ideas, new products, or even re-inventing an old one that's still a very good one. Here at Magne-Sleep we have been very busy creating a new season "wish list" then making a "to do" list and now we are excitedly waiting the arrival of our new Spring stock. We
For more than 20 years our Magne-Sleep Magnetic Underlays has been a big part of Kiwi life. You may have heard about us on radio or seen us on television. You may sleep on a Magne-Sleep or know someone who does. Our constant emphasis on best quality and best value magnetic therapy has seen Magne-Sleep widely accepted in New Zealand as a natural
I like to think I'm a fairly weather-tolerant person but the truth is relentless icy wind and horizontal rain have kept us indoors for weeks so my daily walks have been few and far between. On the other hand Magne-Sleep has been rather busy so there has been plenty to do inside. And more good news: NZ Post deliveries have returned to "normal" with
Even now, having achieved our Covid19 Level 1 lock down with people starting to mix and mingle freely around the country, I still have a feeling that this may not yet be over. Certainly, our team of 5 million has done a brilliant job of following health guidelines. And it now seems Covid-19 virus has been all but eliminated here in New Zealand.
As the month of May ticks away and we emerge from lock down I think we know that our old "normal" probably won't return soon and this new "normal" may continue for many months. People have lost loved ones, bread winners have lost jobs, and many shops, businesses and factories won't open their doors again. Even though we are tucked away at the
We are now well adjusted to lock down and adapting more and more each day to life with the bare essentials. Defining what exactly is "essential" hasn't been easy - but there is one essential that none of us can afford to neglect. That's the essential need to look after ourselves. We all suffer stress, anxiety and feelings of frustration when we
By simply typing in a few "key" words the internet can deliver us more information on any one thing or person than we could have possibly imagined not that many years ago. We can track down the cheapest hotel in a little village on the other side of the world or find the best local restaurant or seek a long lost friend or an unknown
I love summer. I get to spend long hours outside toiling away in my small garden then at the end of each day ticking off my "I really want to do" list. But not this summer. Relentless wind and sun heat, more intense than I can ever recall, have driven me indoors. The land around us is tinder dry and weary farm stock are lying under any cool
Do you ever get the feeling you are being sidelined, out manuevered, put to pasture, or, as in my case, sent to sea? This Christmas I had that sort of feeling. It was my turn to stay away from the kitchen but I do tend to hover looking for a tea towel or offer expert advice on how much longer the meat might need. But not this year. No