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In The MomentIn The Moment

In The Moment

March 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'.

Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Immediate Media Company London Limited
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13 Issues

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welcome

This month, we’ve been thinking about (and yes, experiencing) stress. It’s a feeling so prevalent in our modern world that barely a day goes by when many of us don’t feel our breath quickening, our mood fitting between anxiety, frustration, anger, even panic. Many of us are so used to living with stress that we barely notice those little tension spikes that cause us to be short-tempered with our partner/colleagues/friends. I can certainly hold my hand up and say that some days the role of ‘working mum’ is a 15-hour shift with self-care relegated to the very bottom of the list (and doesn’t my partner know it).But, actually, something I’ve come to learn is that being busy and being stressed are not inextricably linked. With a few simple rituals and…

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your thoughts

(Cover illustration Esther Curtis)(Photography @rumpledpumpkin)Photo comp winner!Our latest Instagram photography challenge theme was ‘where I’m reading’ and we loved this picture sent in by Lauren (@rumpledpumpkin).“This article really piqued my interest too. I always find myself chatting away to Ted and I’ve never really thought about why (apart from the fact I’m a bit loopy) but dogs really are great listeners. No judgement, no advice, they’re just there, in the present, offering silent comfort. Anyone else chat to their animals? (Or is it just me? I talk to the guinea pigs and turtle too).” Lauren wins this lovely tea set by T2 worth £35 (t2tea.com).See last month’s shortlist & find more inspiration on our Instagram @inthemomentmag.Powerful podcastI’ve just finished listening to the Dr Rangan Chatterjee podcast episode about coping with…

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meet our talented contributors

GABRIELLE TREANORGabrielle is a writer and coach helping us to worry less and enjoy life more. She lives in the Brecon Beacons with her husband and little dog, Georgie. She shares her knowledge online at gabrielletreanor.comGabrielle investigates imposter syndrome on page 38ABIGAIL WHYTEAbi loves to write about people with passion, the outdoors, history and wild food. She finds calm in listening to music and spending time surrounded by nature. Find her online at abigailwhyte.comAbi heads down river for a spot of mudlarking on page 96PIP ROBERTSPip is a dedicated yoga practitioner who teaches vibrant, thoughtful and relaxing classes stemming from her intuitive self practice. Hailing from a background in life sciences, she brings East and West together on the mat.Channel seasonal shifts into your practice with Pip’s guidance on page…

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goodness

Because we’re worth itThe Good Place actress, model and activist Jameela Jamil is at the forefront of the body positive movement and she’s recently taken a stand against the diet industry to protect women’s health. Jameela (@jameelajamilofficial) is leading a petition to stop celebrity endorsement of poorly regulated and potentially harmful detox and diet products. The change.org petition has already gained over 100,000 signatures, with Jameela hoping that the issue will be considered for a debate in Parliament. Jameela has suffered from anorexia in the past and her campaign is a direct response to her personal experience of the modelling industry. “I don’t care if I’m going down – I’m going down in flames,” she has declared. “I’m fine to not work in this industry. But I’m not fine to…

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diary

Get your garden ready for spring. Although March can still be chilly, it’s the perfect time to take advantage of any sunny days and spend some time outdoors soaking up some vitamin D. Whether you have a fully-fledged veg patch or a few pots, now is the perfect time to prune, weed and dig the soil over – ready to start sowing when warmer weather arrives.Listen to the first ever self-help book. Robert Burton composed The Anatomy of Melancholy while suffering with poor mental health, finding this writing outlet therapeutic. His informative yet satirical tone provided comfort to many early readers – hear their response and learn about the book in a new podcast from Bethlem Museum of the Mind.museumofthemind.org.ukTurn off the light. Earth Hour is back on 30th March,…

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3 feminist podcasts

1 THE GUILTY FEMINISTComedian Deborah Frances-White has hit the nail on the head with this witty, award-winning podcast. Each episode starts with the line, “I’m a feminist, but…”, before a confession of feelings that all modern-day feminists may have experienced, followed by a comical chat around the topic.2 SHE WHO PERSISTEDDiscussing topics as diverse as women and witchcraft and sexism in academia, this biweekly podcast is a frank yet funny feminist discussion between its likeable and relatable hosts, Beatrice, Elizabeth, Bethany and Heather. Tune in and be entertained!3 LADIES, WE NEED TO TALKThis Australian podcast is all about starting conversations about the most taboo female experiences, from menstruating to masturbation. Hosted by radio and TV presenter Yumi Stynes, accompanied by her friends and some expert guests, it’s a hilarious and…

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