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The Kiwi Diary delivers all that you need in a diary, and more! With daily servings of joy and inspiration. More than dated pages, it's a diary that tries to do good for the planet. 

The creator, Freda says "It offers hope and wisdom and reinforces a sense connection with people and planet."  Lofty ideals but one many think it achieves. 

It has generous space for journaling as every day is marked, it's jam-packed with inspiring recipes, thoughts, art, photographs, information, articles, quotes, and poetry. It has a yearly planner in the front, goals for 2024 in the back. The 59 contributors will stimulate, motivate, persuade and encourage.  

It's 260 pages are on a spiral-bind with a durable back cover, so you can flip back all pages so they are flat, with a ribbon bookmark and an elastic closer so it travels well.


The Kiwi Diary is described as a "beautiful collision of a diary with books of art, recipes, poetry and a dollop of intelligent magazine."
It spreads inspiration and ideas that are good for people and planet, promotes healthy debate, supports homegrown creativity, and keeps a finger on the pulse of kiwi culture. 


Breathing in soil health, Nicole Masters  |   Finding your Why – The Mind Lab First section  | The Ocean’s Health is our Health, Brad Dixon | 1 January
Sublime Coffee’s Sustainability Journey
, Emma Hennah |  Belonging as an Ecosystem, Toko-Pa Turner  |  Yoga, te ao Māori and Climate Change Action, Michaela Aspell  |   Overshoot and our options for a liveable future, Dr Mike Joy |  Changing Food Systems in NZ, Brad Dixon  |  Ten New Myths For Humanity - Alina Siegfried  |   Sometimes food is not just food, Eugenia Nikiforow  |  My Journey towards becoming Plant Powered, Brad Dixon.


The Kiwi Diary, now in its 18th year, has a league of avid followers so get your copy before they sell out. A gorgeous paper-friend to accompany you throughout 2023 - on summer sale now!

Kiwi Diary



     Koha (donations) will go towards:

    Native trees & plants

    Plant growing materials


    Seedling protection

    Development of an App game to encourage citizen data collection and forest maintenance from a matauranga Māori perspective.  

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