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Flow Magazine, Issue 32

195 SEK
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Flow is a Dutch magazine for paper lovers. Flow is all about positive psychology, crafting, mindfulness, and not being perfect. Flow helps readers to reflect in various ways on their busy yet happy lives. We do so by presenting attractive stories around the themes simplify your life, feel connected, live mindfullyand spoil yourself. Each issue is printed on a special assortment of paper and contains creative inserts, such as coloring in pictures, special notebooks, and handy calendars.

In this issue:

  • Flow Magazine Issue 32 has an artwork cover by  Juan Carlos Campos, which is photographed by Luis E Vásquz O. and comes with a self-help notebook and a free 32-page workbook included at the back. Flow Magazine is all about positive psychology, mindfulness, creativity and the beauty of imperfection. We love illustrations and in each issue there is a gift made of our much-loved paper.
  • My body is a temple: The way we view our own body has a great effect on our health and happiness. Journalist Otje van der Lelij explores the various influences at play.
  • Kicking the chat: Living without WhatsApp: how would you cope? Or should that be: Could you cope? It’s one thing turning off your notifications, bings and whatnot, but what if you turned it off altogether? Journalist Anneke Bots finds out.
  • Me, myself & I: Curious what it would be like to spend 24 hours in nature – on her own, without a telephone, book or food – journalist Eva Loesberg embarked on a controlled adventure by a lake in the woods. Terrified as she was when she set off, she survived. And here, she tells her tale.
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