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It’s Time to Take the Challenge – Plastic Free July

By | July 6th, 2016|Unearthed, Wellness|

Plastic Free July is a simple idea developed in 2011.  It aims to raise awareness of the amount of plastic in our lives by encouraging people to eliminate the use of single-use plastic during July each year. Plastic pollution is one of many problems facing our environment, and it’s gaining attention. On a regular basis, [...]

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Our Favourite Stories from Humans of New York

By | June 27th, 2016|Global Roaming, Unearthed|

In the hustle and bustle of modern living, it’s not uncommon to find yourself forgetting that, you know what, we’re all in this together. That’s the unspoken mission statement of Humans of New York, the hugely popular portrait project of Brandon Stanton, a photographer who began capturing candid snaps of people going about their days [...]

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Why You Should Be Reading More

By | June 20th, 2016|Unearthed, Wellness|

Reading has tons of benefits: it increases intelligence, boosts brain power, can help you relax and sleep better, and activates your memory.  According to a recent Fast Company article, reading can also help you get ahead in business.  The story sites leaders such as Mark Zuckerberg, who started a virtual book club last year, and Bill Gates, [...]

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The Cancer Society Ball 2016

By | May 30th, 2016|Play, Unearthed, Wellness|

Société Magazine is a proud partner of the Cancer Society Ball, which promises to be a dazzling affair!  Last year, $120,000 was raised for a cause that touches us all, $50,000 more than the previous record and the highest amount ever raised in Ball history. Expect mirror balls, aerial performances, first-class catering and the return of the whiskey bar [...]

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The Christchurch Bridge of Remembrance

By | April 25th, 2016|Global Roaming, Unearthed|

The Bridge of Remembrance, which spans the Avon River between Oxford and Cambridge terraces, originally opened on Armistice Day in 1924.   There were many ideas for an appropriate means of acknowledging Canterbury's contribution to World War I. The suggestion for a bridge of remembrance was put forward in a letter to the The Press by Mrs J. Wyn Irwin, [...]

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What Can We Learn From The Canadian Response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis

By | January 26th, 2016|Unearthed|

The Syrian Refugee Crisis was one of the largest humanitarian disasters in half a century, therefore it's no surprise that it was one of the biggest news stories last year.  As local news outlets reported each country's reaction to the ever-growing crisis, we were able to follow the different reactions of world leaders. It was [...]

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10 Minute Rituals To End Your Day On A High

By | January 2nd, 2016|Unearthed|

When developing a night-time ritual, consistency is key. You want to have a routine that signals to your mind and body that sleep is right around the corner.  Whether it's slipping into your silk PJs, reading a chapter of a book, or soaking in the tub, small rituals that help wash away the day's stress [...]

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Create Your New Years Mantra

By | December 27th, 2015|Unearthed|

Around New Years Eve we all start thinking about the next year approaching, and what resolutions we should embrace.  The question is how do you make effective resolutions that you can actually keep and aren't just a product of Christmas excesses (lose weight, drink less, eat better etc).? In many respects, a New Year’s Resolution [...]

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Weekend Adventure: Romantic Picnic Date

By | November 26th, 2015|Unearthed|

The weather this week has been beautiful, and our fingers are crossed tightly that the weekend will follow suit.  There's no better way than to enjoy the gorgeous Summery weather than spending an afternoon picnicing in one of Christchurch's beautiful gardens. To create the perfect picnic it's all about getting the combination of great food, [...]

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Christmas Shopping Special: The Colombo

By | November 23rd, 2015|Unearthed|

With Christmas creeping up quickly, we have an ever-expanding to-do list filled with presents to buy, not to mention food, drinks and decorations for the big day.  The Colombo has long been our go-to for all things gifts, homeware and to fine artisan food items - so we were excited when they announced their extending [...]

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