Women's Lifestyle
In The Moment

In The Moment New year 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'.

United Kingdom
Immediate Media Company London Limited
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13 Issues

In this issue

1 min.
passion & purpose

Welcome to our special New Year issue. I’m so excited to bring you your Vision Board Kit for 2020. This year, we want to encourage you to be purposeful and passionate, to deepen your connections with the people, practices and places that bring you joy. I find it helpful to begin with a bit of blue sky thinking – setting the ‘how’ and the ‘when’ to one side for a moment and allowing myself the freedom to just explore the possibilities. Of course, there are things I’d like to do that are not (for now at least) realistic, but I have found that being open can reveal ideas – and solutions – that I might not otherwise have considered. As a working mum, I know that my default response to adding to…

1 min.
behind the scenes

1 JESSICA HARRIS Jessica is a freelance health and beauty writer, blogger and content creator living in the Suffolk countryside. Follow her on Instagram @jessicasharris_ and read her top beauty tips at twentysixstyle.com Learn how to stay fit and nourished at every life stage on page 42 2 CAROLINE ROWLAND Founding editor of interiors and lifestyle publication 91 Magazine (91magazine.co.uk), Caroline has an eye for design. See her latest projects at patchworkharmony.co.uk Take a look around blogger Medina Grillo’s upcycled home with Caroline on page 66 3 XENIA TALIOTIS Wellbeing and travel writer Xenia loves to discover new things and meet new people, sharing the lessons she learns along the way. Xenia writes about anticipation on page 30 and heads to Kihnu island on page 98 4 KIRAN SIDHU A writer and journalist, Kiran writes regularly for The Guardian,…

3 min.
your thoughts…

Perfectly in tune When your body clock is still adjusting after returning from Japan and you’re up at silly o’clock, it’s so comforting to have In The Moment to enjoy. Even better to find Japanese art cards and an article about Kaizen inside! Alison, via Twitter Focus on the positive Just wanted to say thank you for publishing such a valuable magazine. As a male reader I have found it really beneficial to sit down and look into the wellness of my lifestyle. I have made a choice to focus primarily on the state of positivity. I enjoy the various articles that look into anxiety, tips on writing, and being active in the kitchen. Whenever I read In The Moment I choose a cosy café in London and embrace the atmosphere with the material…

1 min.
in the moment

The team Editor-in-chief Jules Taylor Editor Kirstie Duhig Art Editor Claire Watkins Designer Olivia Watkins Production Editor Alice Salter Digital Editor Sarah Orme Contributors Illustration COVER Alexandra Kern COLUMNS Brittany Molineux Additional writing/production Katharine Bennett Advertising Call: 0117 300 8206 Group Advertising Manager Penny Stokes Account Manager Emelie Arnold Marketing & Circulation Direct Marketing Manager Penny Clapp Senior Direct Marketing Executive Joe Jones Newstrade Marketing Manager Helen Seymour Head of International Circulation Richard Jefferies Production Production Director Sarah Powell Production Coordinator Sarah Greenhalgh Licensing Licensing and Syndication Tim Hudson tim.hudson@immediate.co.uk International Partners Manager Anna Brown Publishing Managing Director Catherine Potter Publisher (Digital) Charlotte Morgan Immediate Media Company Chief Executive Officer Tom Bureau Managing Director, Bristol Andy Marshall…

2 min.
good news

Stroke of genius Applying make-up can be tricky (those eyeliner flicks take practice), especially for those with motor disabilities. Enter Kohl Kreatives. This non-profit organisation recognises the empowering effect that make-up can have and aims to make application achievable for everyone. They’ve designed a clever set of brushes that bend all the way forward and backward, allowing the user to apply make-up in a way that is comfortable for them (they also offer excellent tutorials). Proceeds from their sales go to Kohl Kares, a charity helping women and men feel their best, whether transitioning between genders, or experiencing conditions such as alopecia or scarring. kohlkreatives.com Band aid The Global Citizen movement have teamed up with hundreds of bands and artists to launch their reward scheme, hoping to end extreme poverty by 2030. Sign…

3 min.
oh happy days

1 Be inspired! Life Lessons is a brand new thought-led wellbeing event at the Barbican, London on 15th-16th February. With over 40 talks from over 80 big thinkers, the festival offers a fresh and practical take on wellbeing. Buy tickets at lifelessonsfestival.com 2 Swap the blues for a brew. Catching up over a cuppa can help us feel better and manage the ups and downs of life. Samaritans are encouraging us to swap Blue Monday (20th Jan) for a Brew Monday get together, and raise money for charity at the same time. samaritans.org 3 Go minimal. Keen to spend less time with your smartphone? Mudita have created a minimal phone to help. Without internet, apps or a camera, it encourages connection through spoken word and includes a meditation timer. mudita.com 4 Resolve to…