Five Things

Five Things

We’ve been lucky with mild weather for camps this year, but winter is on its way and we’re definitely starting to feel the days closing in. When you’re cosying up indoors in the evening, check out these links from around the web: This short video is about...
Back to School Lunch Challenge

Back to School Lunch Challenge

Children across NZ will be going to back to school over the next few weeks and one of the biggest challenges for parents is ensuring their children eat a healthy lunch, if at all. Preparing lunches that are cost effective, convenient and that kids will actually eat...
Refreshingly Cheap

Refreshingly Cheap

Apparently, we have a matter of seconds to capture your attention. We live in a time where everyone is vying for attention and it can be hard to stand out. In today’s increasingly image-driven world, our brand’s visual identity is used by people to make snap...
Local, Low Cost, Low Risk: Karangahake Gorge

Local, Low Cost, Low Risk: Karangahake Gorge

It’s a beautiful day outside and you’d love to take your family somewhere to explore the outdoors – but not knowing where to go and what to take with you means you end up staying home. A couple of the barriers to getting outdoors can include thinking...
Our Christmas Unwrapped

Our Christmas Unwrapped

Here at POET, we like to get creative at Christmas time; to send something to those that have supported us throughout the year whilst also staying low-budget and eco-conscious. In previous years we’ve made Christmas decorations with homemade seed paper and cards...
TREKing through the Waikato

TREKing through the Waikato

We recently caught up with our bike sponsor Trek Bikes NZ to have a chat about mountain biking in the Waikato region and  get their take on where to ride. What do the Trek staff and customers rate as the top 3 mountain bike rides in the Waikato? Te Miro MTB Park –...

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