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Love doing what I do. Especially with my Canes brothers!!! Blessed to reach 50 today in Tokyo. Thanks for all the love and messages peeps ... Means a lot🤘🏾 @hurricanesrugby #50 #canes #family #ontothenext
So tonight it's the new series... Mind Over Money, TVNZ1, 8pm
It's that time again... episode one of the new series. This is a great one to watch with the kids as well. Basically it isn't about how to do a weekly budget, or whether you should fix or float your mortgage, instead it's all about the psychology of money. This is all the weird stuff our brains do to us when we're trying to make sensible decisions about what to do with whatever money we've got.
Our thinking was if we can all understand more about the strange things our brains do to us with money, then we'll all be able to make better decisions in our everyday lives.
Thanks must go to Kiwibank who generously funded the entire series, and then left the actual content of the show solely up to us. Literally all they said was they wanted us to make an entertaining series that would help people understand money a little better. It's the first time a prime time series has been fully funded in this way, and it was a dream run for us. The team at Kiwibank have been hugely supportive, they trusted us to do our thing, and just generally amazing. And I'm not just saying that because they paid for the show, I'm saying it because it's really true. Nice one Kiwibank.
It's also the first series out of the production company that three of us set up last year: Ruckus. You'll be seeing a lot more of us. It's going to be a massive year.
So this was a hugely interesting series, and a first in many different ways.
Kia ora e te whānau. These series of māori language learning videos are by far the best that we have found to help "beginners of te reo Māori".
They work on grammar, introduce new words, have fluent speakers to show you the examples in action, the approach is nice and soft, they have an accompanying webpage to further aid in your development and you can do it all at your own pace.
These videos go roughly for 25mins each and there are 100 in the series - so heaps and heaps of reo!!!!!
You have to check these out whānau!!! Let's get our reo on!! Mauri ora
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NEWS: Loose head prop Loni Uhila and lock Mark Abbott have been named to start against the Chiefs Rugby in Hamilton on Friday in the only two changes to the Hurricanes team that started against the Melbourne Rebels last Saturday. Read all about your Hurricanes match day squad here: https://goo.gl/2XCfAs #CanesvChiefs
You can still WIN a day on some epic Yamaha Marine New Zealand WaveRunners! Just take a pic of your fave picnic spot with a pita and post it in the comments. Get the whole story here: http://bit.ly/PitaPitpicnic. #eatyourselfhappy #pitapitpicnic #waverunner
Bob made his epic 500th donation last week, but says it's 'no drama, just another day at the office'. Say congratulations to Bob with a comment and a big thumbs up to help show this modest man what a hero he really is! Watch the story here: http://bit.ly/2ftsKQJ
Round 1 of Super Rugby was a great weekend with plenty of great tries but if World Rugby doesnt fix this unsportsmanship ruck loophole ASAP its going to creep into Super Rugby as soon as Round 2 and kill a great spectacle.