JUDE GILLIES - The Nelson Mail
Imagining I might have been Italian in a previous life is the excuse I use to justify my ongoing obsession with Italian fruit and vegetables.
Nineteen families in Nelson and Tasman were happy last week to receive a $50 grocery voucher as a reward for completing a kitchen diary, in which they recorded every single item of food and drink that they threw away for one whole week - a big task!
Some years ago I watched a television interview in which a pregnant smoker was asked if she was aware of the evidence that smoking during pregnancy could harm her unborn child. She answered that she didn't think smoking could harm her child.
KIM MACDONALD - The Nelson Mail
Most changes that we make start in our own homes and then as we get more passionate about something it starts to affect other circles of influence in our lives.