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In The MomentIn The Moment

In The Moment

October 2019

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
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English
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Immediate Media Company London Limited
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finding our flow

This month, our issue is all about balance, by which I don’t mean the relentless quest for the perfect ‘work-life’ balance that we’re sold – for me, a mythical nirvana and recipe for guilt and self-reprove as frankly it’s always a push-pull, usually in many directions. I mean, instead, the kind of life balance that makes us feel grounded, centred, content. This type of balance is, for me, like one of those old brass weighing scales, the ones that come with lots of dinky little weights that make it easy to make small adjustments. Work stress? Add a quarter of an ounce of sleep, half an ounce of yoga and a pinch of (note to self) asking-for-help. Parenting stress? Half an ounce of connecting with friends and a quarter of…

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behind the scenes

1 SIOBHAN MASON Siobhan is a freelance health and parenting writer living in Bristol. She loves Zumba, Pilates and ambling round Bristol’s beautiful harbourside. She asks if updating our settings can change our mood on page 22 2 JO JUKES Jo is a British writer living in Sydney, Australia. She has a passion for inspiring others to get outside, appreciate nature and explore our natural world. Find more on her at jojukes.com Jo takes a wonder-filled walk through the trees on page 108 3 KAREN EDWARDS Working as a journalist, Karen has spent the past few years travelling the globe. She is eager to raise awareness of climate change and ethical travel – read more about her adventures at travelbutterfly.com Understand your attachment style with Karen’s help on page 42 4 PRAGYA AGARWAL Pragya is an architect,…

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our promise to you

In The Moment is the UK’s No.1 wellness and mindfulness monthly, inspiring you with mindful ways to live a happy and fulfilled life. Every month we’ll bring you: • Uplifting news and features on wellness, mindfulness, creativity and travel that's good for the soul • Honest and informed advice from trusted wellbeing experts on how to bring more mindfulness into every day, feel calm and look after yourself • A promise to be positive, practical, joyful and fun – never prescriptive – you choose what works for you • We value kindness, inclusivity, diversity, integrity and happiness. Get in touch @inthemomentmag Email: inthemoment@immediate.co.uk calmmoment.com…

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your thoughts…

Good choice Yesterday I read Annika Rose’s article about becoming more decisive [issue 28] – it was so helpful. “Make ‘good’ choices: everyone wants to make the ‘right’ choice, and ‘good’ is usually good enough. Striving for perfection is likely to create more stress, so remember that good really is good enough most of the time.” I needed to hear this! Lindy Rogers, via Instagram If you’re looking for tips on becoming more decisive, take a look online at bit.ly/ITMdecisive Sitting with sadness The article on sadness made me buy issue 28 in the supermarket. It stood out as us chronically ill folk often have to deal with a whole host of negative emotions arising from our illness. Before my health imploded and I moved back to my home town, I was very…

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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 Benedict Blyth, Ellice Weaver Photography Dave Caudrey Additional production Charlie Lyon 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…

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good news

An apple a day We all know the old adage, but how you’re eating your apples might make all the difference to whether or not that doctor does keep away. While in the past the benefits of this fruit have been attributed to its skin, new research by an Austrian university has found that it’s the pulp and seeds that contain the most gut-friendly bacteria. What’s more, the researchers also found potentially dangerous bacteria on the skins of nonorganic supermarket-bought apples. The verdict? Have your daily dose, but try to stick to local and organic varieties wherever possible. Best foot forward It’s always nice to hear when big brands take a step to becoming more sustainable. Nike has just launched a range of new footwear collections using plant-based dyes, recycled leather and other…

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