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In The Moment

In The Moment May 2020

In the Moment is a beautiful, practical lifestyle magazine for the modern-thinking creative woman. You can expect practical creative projects to do today, positive features and stories to inspire, adventures near and far for a healthy body and mind, and ideas that embrace every aspect of women's lives: friends, family, self, work, rest and play! It has a sense of community and fun, and you will be informed and entertained by knowledgeable experts and humourous columnists. With content covering wellbeing, creating, living and escaping, its monthly publication will reflect latest trends and encourage you to make the most of every day by living 'In the Moment'.

País:
United Kingdom
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Immediate Media Company London Limited
Periodicidad:
Interrupted
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1 min.
moments in nature

The world was a different place when we began planning this issue a few month’s ago. As I write we are in lockdown and this issue has been created entirely from our homes. Our theme was always going to be nature and how time spent outdoors has an incredible and tangible ability to calm us, to lift our mood, to bring us moments of joy and help us gain perspective. Now, more than ever, when our time outdoors is limited, the moments we can spend outdoors are precious and vital for our physical and mental health. So, our features this month are a quiet celebration of the seasons, a reminder to look up, to look down, to look closely, to notice the little things that can make our hearts soar –…

2 min.
your thoughts…

Empowered read I genuinely cannot recommend In The Moment enough! I made a resolution to stop reading gossip magazines that seem to just spend their pages shaming women and now I read one magazine a month, which is this one. Thought-provoking insightful articles which do nothing but empower, evolve and celebrate life. Go have a read. Perfect with a cuppa and a bubble bath. @essie.healthyliving, via Instagram Creative inspiration I was thrilled to see that the ‘Good News’ section of issue 36 opens with a paragraph on creative hobbies. I used to enjoy tapestry kits when I was a little girl, creating images out of wool and watching them slowly emerge in colour and texture from the canvas. I have occasionally created patterns from scratch over the years, but rarely work on them. When…

1 min.
meet our contributors

CHARLIE LYON Charlie is a writer and editor from Bristol who usually spends much of her time outdoors. She finds that when you’re surrounded by ever-changing nature and thriving wildlife, it’s hard to feel alone. Charlie writes about how we can use seasonal shifts to find small moments of joy through the year, p20 KIRSTY NUTKINS Kirsty is a London-based freelance journalist. She enjoys interviewing well-known faces, finding out who they really are – and what makes them tick away from the limelight. Catch up with Kirsty at kirstynutkins.co.uk. Kirsty speaks to Julia Bradbury to find out how we can use time spent in nature to improve our wellbeing, p26 JESS LACEY Jessica is a beauty editor with over a decade of experience testing, writing and talking about all things wellbeing. Learn how you can use natural oils…

4 min.
good news

Put on a happy face Need a few minutes for yourself? A facemask is a lovely way to feel pampered and take a break while it works its magic. “You don’t have to think about a thing because our products do it for you, whether that’s in 5 minutes, 20 minutes or overnight,” say faace, who offer three simple options: Period faace, Sweaty faace and Tired faace. Organic, vegan and ethical too? Sorted. wearefaace.com Repair and rewear Sliding on a pair of really good jeans feels like a hug from an old friend. So, there’s nothing worse than hearing that rip or breaking the zip. “Our jeans are not designed to be used a few times and then thrown away,” says Swedish denim brand Nudie Jeans (nudiejeans.com). “We cherish the well-worn and mended.”…

1 min.
let’s make it

1 Jazz up your jars. Download these cute printable pantry labels from Sisoo Studio and then follow their pantry DIY over on their blog to apply them to jars and containers. The perfect reason to clear out those cupboards and organise your ingredients as you go! $7.99, sisoostudio.com 2 Gather in the garden. Bug boxes are fun for all ages to make and a lovely way to support the local wildlife in your outdoor space. Collect twigs, leaves, wood and bark and place them in a wooden box then watch it evolve over time. Garden Therapy offers a detailed how to guide. gardentherapy.ca 3 Make the most of those loo rolls. With all the family at home you might be getting through more than usual – keep the kids entertained with crafty…

1 min.
on the grid

Home organisation There’s never been a better time to sort out and spruce things up at home. Get organisation inspiration from these cleaning queens @abowlfulloflemons Toni helps you to keep your house clean all year long with a week-by-week challenge, tackling one room at a time. @theorganisedmum Gemma knows that it's tough to keep things straight with kids around – she shares how to stay on top of things in just 30 minutes. @declutterdollies When Dilly isn’t organising other people’s homes, she shares posts, stories and more about how you can better use your space. @thehomeedit This duo organise celebs' kitchens, making them more efficient and aesthetically pleasing. If it’s good enough for Gwyneth… WHAT IS? TANDSMØR It’s a Danish word for butter spread so thick that your teeth leave bite marks as you tuck in – we’ll happily go Nordic…