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12 --- Howick and Botany Times, Wednesday, December 18, 2013 www.times.co.nz 73-75 Ben Lomond Crescent, Pakuranga 122490 D Family owned and operated for 35 years. From modest beginnings in Wellington Street, Howick to an extensive site in Pakuranga's Ben Lomond Crescent catering for the whole community. Specialising in: building products -- decking, fencing, pergolas, landscaping; panel products; mouldings; timber for every job Proud to offer sound advice -- prices -- service -- delivery! OUR MOTTO: A Tradition Of Quality 123466 No referral necessary -- ACC Provider Total Rehab Physiotherapy Suite 1, 287 Botany Rd, Botany Downs Ph 09 273 3051 123282-V4 7am to 7pm Monday-Friday, 8am-12 noon Saturday MOove to Action Core Rehab and MOove to Perform classes for improving core strength and restoring functional movement patterns. What are they? 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Call today to trial a complimentary class. Your Physical Health and Performance are our Priority! Injury and pain prevention at new Rehab Studio Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all our clients 117514 We are here Picton St Wellington St Stockade Hill 22 Picton St, Howick Ph 09 534 7169 Fax 09 535 6720 PO Box 38-133 Howick firstname.lastname@example.org James Donovan Solicitor James G. Donovan L.L.B. James Donovan Solicitors has been established for 34 years and is the oldest law firm in Howick. It represents more than 3 decades of experience in High and District Courts, and has built up an in depth knowledge of all aspects of ser vices needed in relation to court work, conveyancing, matrimonial, traffic, family law and estates with particular reference to trusts and wills. 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Business owners, hard- pressed professionals and women juggling home, fam- ily and careers, who in their desire to achieve, are failing to care for themselves will ﬁnd it especially beneﬁcial. At 37, corporate executive, Louise should have been in the prime of her life. Instead she found her- self bedridden with extreme fatigue, lacking the energy to even dress herself. Louise had worked in numerous senior commer- cial roles in the newspaper and magazine industry for 17 years before she collapsed at her desk. Forced to leave work, she sought medical help yet, amazingly, doctors gave her the all-clear confused that she was the ‘healthiest sick person’ they’d seen. With no answers as to how to solve her declining health, Louise set about ﬁnding ways to transform her life and committed to tackling the root of the issue rather than just the symptoms. To get well again, she worked through a series of life-coaching techniques to free her mind and to heal her body. Having declared her- self healthy once more, she kissed goodbye corporate life forever and dedicated herself to becoming a full- time wellbeing professional: a yoga teacher and wellness life coach, helping people to create a life they love. Subsequently, she wrote The Busy Woman’s Guide to High Energy Happiness, a ﬁrsthand account of how to transform a lack-lustre life back to vitality. It blends her personal experience of fatigue with life-coaching smarts and relaxation techniques. Whether it’s job, health, relationship or living arrangement which is sap- ping energy, Louise’s practical techniques and interactive toolkit show how to change problem areas and attitudes so you’ll emerge healthier, happier and more energetic. Saying ‘I am so tired’ and feeling lethargic has slowly become our society’s norm. The Busy Woman’s Guide to High Energy Happiness shows how to identify the warning signs and make posi- tive changes to enhance your life right now. Readers will learn how to ditch destructive thought patterns, develop good habits in the mind and how to hon- our their bodies with simple dietary tweaks. By actively following Lou- ise’s practical exercises and well thought through action steps, they will discover how to make positive changes leading to wellness and energy. The book’s interactive worksheets and exercises, combined with real-life sto- ries from Louise’s life coach- ing clients, help promote new ways of thinking and acting in order to take back con- trol of one’s life and to effect change that lasts. In the foreword Dr James Wilson writes: “Many books are written to be read once and enjoyed for their momentary pleas- ure. Then there are those books that have the poten- tial to make a real impact on your life. This is one of those books. “Although designed to help you step by step through the recovery from adrenal fatigue and similar states of depletion, it really is a book of self-discovery; an explora- tion of what exhausted you in the ﬁrst place and how to ﬁnd your own path back to, not just the person you were before you became tired, but to a person able to experi- ence life with the fullest health and vitality. “In short it is a guide to personal transformation, written from the trenches by one who went from a fast and overly full life in the media news business to almost total incapacitation and then back to health, albeit living a very different lifestyle.” ■ The Busy Woman’s Guide To High Energy Happiness by Louise Thompson, (RRP $35) and published by Penguin Group (NZ) will be available in bookstores from January 3, 2014. Way to full, happy, connected life WIN! WIN! WIN! To all those business experts out there (women and men) who may be failing in their personal health responsibilities, here's a chance to win a copy of The Busy Woman's Guide to High Energy Happiness by Louise Thompson. To enter the draw simply visit www.times. co.nz then click on the competitions link and complete the form. One entry per person; entries close January 17, 2014. Winner noti ed by phone or email.
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