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Procrastination

Di has some insight into why we put certain things off the way we do.

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Word Or The Words

This morning Leanne started a new game call Word or the Words where you have the opportunity to guess whether it's the words of a song, or words from the Bible. Have a listen here:

 

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How to Be Successful

Leanne talks to Rhema Media’s CEO, Mike Brewer, about the habits of highly successful people.

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Leanne's Helpful Tips to Get Yourself Organised

Leanne with habits of organized people to help you get more done quickly and de-stress.

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Leanne talks to Oxfam About Economic Inequality

Leanne talks to Oxfam NZ’s Executive Director Racheal Le Mesurier about growing economic inequality globally, where the rich get richer and the poor get poorer.

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Leanne and Andrew joke about their Light Party outfits

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Take A Walk on the Wild Side Author talks to George and Andrew

Janet Balcombe felt trapped in a downward spiral of addiction, crime and desperation. In her book "Take a Walk on the Wild Side" she tells her story of hell and heartbreak, through to life and hope.

 To go to her website click here

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Samstock 2014

This week, we’re chatting with the team from Samstock Festival to find out what the haps are and who will be playing this year. Plus, hear some music from a new artist to Homegrown - Mari Slack.

Made with the help of NZ on Air, it’s Homegrown, Friday Nights at 11 on Life FM.

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Four Ways We Make Ourselves Miserable

Di talks about four ways we make ourselves miserable.

 

 

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Leanne talks to Lucy from Oxfam about Living Below The Line

Leanne Edwards talks to Lucy from Oxfam on the big amount of money raised through Live Below The Line, which will go towards ending extreme poverty in East Timor.

 

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