In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Carly Flynn for Saturday, June 16th, 2018.
'EnableMe' to get back on track
Hannah McQueen, financial personal advisor and director of EnableMe joins Carly Flynn on Weekend Life.
Hannah takes a look at going backwards, dealing with escalating costs and gives us a great list of practical tips to you get back on track.
'Running off at the mouth' with Jenna Lynch
Newshub's political reporter Jenna Lynch joins Carly for the weekly political wrap.
From Shane Jones vs. Fonterra to the health minister’s random voicemail, Jenna has your weekly dose of all things politics.
The Bank of Mum and Dad
Virginia Larson of North and South magazine and Rachael Russell of Next magazine join Carly to discuss all things magazine.
The pair cover everything from kiwi food to the tight property market in New Zealand.
Fantastic Finds with Paper Plus
Paper Plus representative Craig Atkinson joins Carly Flynn to discuss the hottest new reads hitting our shelves.
Craig gives us the low down on Christian White’s new thriller The Nowhere Child and on David Henshaw’s novel Jocks country.
Dancing with the chest hair?
The host with the most joins Carly to discuss all things Dancing With The Stars.
Mr Henwood gives insight surrounding emotions behind the scenes, tutu dancing and getting some things ‘off his chest’.
Revive café founder Jeremy Dixon joins Carly to discuss the new trend that is sweeping its way through the USA, Europe, NZ and Australia – whilst still being healthy and full of nutrition.
Men's health awareness a must say's bachelor star
Film maker and bachelor star Jordan Mauger joins Carly to discuss his new role as an ambassador for the Men’s health week campaign.
Mr Mauger discusses the importance of getting men to the doctor, getting them to talk and sometimes even getting them to acknowledge their issues.
Listen to the full interviews above.