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In The Moment January 2020

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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'.

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United Kingdom
Immediate Media Company London Limited
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back to the future

With a new year on the horizon, our thoughts turn naturally to future hopes and plans. For some of us, motivation is high and we feel excited about adventures to come. For others, the cold weather and dark mornings can be a struggle and we feel the urge to hibernate rather than take on new challenges. Whatever our frame of mind, a practice that can help us to begin the new year with a positive outlook is actually to devote some time to looking back. It’s a ritual that I have found to be invaluable, especially in the face of difficult times. Reflecting on the year that’s passed; focusing, in particular, on those little bursts of sunshine that have brought us joy, is a reminder that grey clouds will pass,…

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new year self-care challenge

Do you begin the year with the best intentions only to find that your motivation fizzles out mid-January? Developing new habits is hard work! That’s why we’ve teamed up with Suzy to create a two-week self-care challenge, helping us to start the year as we want to go on: calm, confident and in control. “At this time of year we need to focus on mood-boosting practices and that’s what this challenge is all about – ways that we can build positive habits and dispel negative thoughts,” Suzy says. Each day we’ll be sharing Suzy’s inspiring prompts on our website and social media channels, plus you can download Suzy’s Mood-Boosting Library sheet to fill with lists of books, podcasts, movies (and more!) that inspire and comfort you. We’ve also recorded a special podcast with…

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behind the scenes

1 LOTTIE STOREY A writer, editor and podcast host, Lottie is also our new columnist. In the coming months, she'll be sharing all she's learnt from going back to uni and pursuing a career change in her 40s. Read Lottie's column on page 64 and find her advice on coping positively with change in her feature on page 22 2 SIOBHAN MASON Siobhan is a freelance health and parenting writer living in Bristol. She loves Zumba, Pilates and ambling round Bristol's beautiful harbourside. This issue, Siobhan investigates gluten (page 72) and the therapeutic powers of baking (page 78). 3 KAREN EDWARDS Karen has spent the past few years travelling the globe and is eager to raise awareness of climate change and ethical travel. Read more at travelbutterfly.com Karen explores the calming nature of underwater adventures on page…

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your thoughts…

Feeling inspired I’m a new fan of your lush magazine. I now have four issues and can’t wait for the next one! I loved your solo travel article. I’ve never travelled alone before but would love to try as I believe it would give me my own sense of freedom and greater confidence in travel. I’m happily married but often find I rely heavily on my husband to organise the travel side of things so would love to be able to do this by myself. Vicky Hannagan, via email Back in the club I gave up on buying women’s magazines years ago – then I saw a new kind of magazine, like In The Moment, with interesting and intelligent articles, so I started buying magazines again. Suzanne Smith, via Facebook Embracing boredom I’m sat catching up on…

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find your voice

We learn them as children and study them at school and yet as adults, poems often get forgotten. For author Georgina Rodgers, coming back to our rhythmic roots is the key to a whole host of benefits. “The joy of a poem is how, as readers, we can place ourselves along the poem’s path, reading our experiences, struggles or triumphs in its narrative,” she writes in her compilation of poems, A Year of Reading Aloud (Yellow Kite, £14.99). And, as the title suggests, how we read is equally important: “By taking time to read a poem and recite it, you are forced to slow down, to see what the poem means to you and how it makes you feel.” You might not associate Birkenstock with beauty but that’s about to change.…

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sea saviour

We usually associate seaweed with a visit to the beach, or as a tasty, salty ingredient in asian cooking, but recent studies suggest that this sea green is doing more than providing structural support to our sushi. “Seaweed is this incredible technology of Mother Nature,” says restorative ocean farmer Bren Smith, who cultivates kelp, a type of seaweed, on his vertical farm in the Atlantic Ocean. Bren describes kelp as a ‘zero-input food’, as it doesn’t need feeding or fertilising. It's list of benefits is impressive. This sea veggie filters the water where it grows, capturing as much as five times more carbon than land-based plants, as well as acting as an artificial reef and offering storm protection. Once harvested, it is an excellent fertiliser, a great biofuel source and…