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Estetica Magazine is the world's leading hairdressing magazine. Founded in Italy in 1946 and published today in over 60 countries around the world, it is a global reference point for professionals working in the hair and beauty industry. Techniques, fashion, education and trends are at the core of every issue of Estetica Magazine. Further information about both the printed and digital versions of the magazine is available at www.esteticanetwork.com.
Fortunately, there’s no passport required to reap the relaxing, romance-inducing benefits of a solid soak. Our backyard is brimming with thermal baths—and they’re the primo place to bring your beloved. Flip to this month’s Travel article on page 75 for five local places to make a splash. From an off-the-beaten-path pool that’s sans signage, and easier-to-get-to offerings that sit amid ritzy resorts, there’s bound to be one that’ll float your boat and get your heart a-fluttering.
If, post-soak, your relationship is still in need of some rejuvenation, turn to our cover story, “Head Over Heels,” on page 42. It’s dedicated to dates, particularly local outings that’ll push you to step outside of your couple comfort zone and do something different. Whether it’s a first date or your five-hundreth, and whether you’re into wine or working out, there’s an activity for all. Remember, when it comes to courtship, creativity counts. Local therapists also share some words of wisdom for duos who’ve been together for decades and singles breaking back into the scene. Now that I’m a working mom, making time for my marriage (let alone myself) is a struggle some days, but this article is a good reminder of just how important date night really is.
When it comes to literal hearts, we have you covered, too. In Health & Wellness (page 67), med pros spill their top tips for keeping your ticker ticking, which is essential considering heart disease is the number one cause of death for both men and women in the U.S. Not surprising, exercise is essential; in fact, the National Institutes of Health recommends at least two and a half hours of moderate activity each week (or 30 minutes, five days a week). Check out Take a Hike (page 22) for a scenic way to sneak in one of those workouts, then reward yourself with a swoon-worthy spa treatment (see page 20 for 10 we love), cold craft brew (“Beer My Valentine,” page 90), or carefully crafted confection (“For the Love of Chocolate,” page 87).
As always, I’d love to hear your thoughts on the magazine. If there’s a particular piece of editorial you adore and find yourself flipping to every month, or another department you despise, tell me! In the meantime, grab a loved one, set a date, and make it a month—and a Valentine’s Day—to remember. Cheers!
I just turned 65. It sounds so much older than 64. I guess because it’s associated more with Medicare, Social Security, and retirement. Not that those are bad things, but they are always “old people’s things.” I need to change my perspective on 65—yes, I know it’s just a number, but it’s still a milestone, and people 65 and older are perceived a bit differently. Luckily, no one has yet said “Ok, boomer” to me. I do find that there are concerns I need to think about more than I did even just a couple of years ago. And this issue of Boomer covers many of the things that keep me up at night. My husband just turned 70, and although he’s as healthy as can be, I do think about mortality. Luckily for us, our mothers are both still alive and active—both in their 90s—so that bodes well for us. But if you have suffered the loss of a spouse, you know there are many stages of grief that you navigate. Everyone is different and although there’s no right or wrong way to deal with grief, we do offer some guidance (page 41). If you are going through the loss of a spouse, I do hope some of the info on these pages help you to cope and take comfort.
Something else much less sad but still keeping me up at night is the subject of hair loss. I have been losing hair lately, and it’s extremely concerning as it can be a symptom of an underlying medical issue. Read the causes and some treatments in “Hair Loss 101” on page 26. I learned that I need to talk to my dermatologist! I may have to add another treatment to my regimen of serums, facials, and Botox! I am 65, but I don’t have to look 65 (is 65 the new 45?). Vanity is my middle name and although people say I should embrace my wrinkles because I’ve earned them, um, no.
There’s Super Bowl Sunday (for you football fans) and Valentine’s Day (for you romantics) to enjoy this month. Even though it’s our shortest month, it’s a leap year, so we get an extra Saturday in February. There’s lots to do this month, so get reading….then get going!
In this 14th issue (Dec 2019) of GlobeRovers Magazine, the feature destination is Japan. We travel through Japan during the most beautiful season of the year - winter. The Japanese winter wonderland offers so much excitement - hot springs, ski resorts, snow hotels and much more.
On the cover, Sheriff Jahner. Local Hero, Army Veteran and Lieutenant for Veterans Affairs Hospital Police Dept - Damon Bradshaw, Having a Beer with on-air radio host Chow and more in Fargo Moorhead's only men's magazine.
BeatRoute Magazine is a music monthly and website that also covers: fashion, film, travel, liquor and cannabis all through the lens of a music fan. Distributed in British Columbiam Alberta, and Ontario. BeatRoute’s Alberta edition is distributed in Calgary, Edmonton, Banff and Canmore. The BC edition is distributed in Vancouver, Victoria and Nanaimo. BeatRoute (AB) Mission PO 23045 Calgary, AB T2S 3A8 E. email@example.com BeatRoute (BC) #202 – 2405 E Hastings Vancouver, BC V5K 1Y8 P. 778-888-1120
STATIC LIVE Magazine is Central Florida’s premier publication dedicated to celebrating music and culture. STATIC LIVE provides extensive, detailed community information from fashion to art, entertainment to events through noteworthy interviews, sensational photography and in-depth editorial coverage. STATIC LIVE is the only publication of its kind in Central Florida and reaches all target markets through wide distribution channels. Our staff includes highly accomplished contributors with award-winning backgrounds in music and entertainment; we know how much business is captured from the entertainment market. Our free full color publication can be found throughout Central Florida at key retailers, hotels and restaurants in high traffic areas. Our mission is to highlight the incredible talent, culture and lifestyle in Central Florida. With eye-opening profiles and coverage of the music and art community, STATIC LIVE readers will be positively influenced by our topical content and trending advertisers. STATIC LIVE Magazine is the most effective tool for branding connectivity with consumers in our area.
The Wellness Edition - we look at ways to live well in 2020, tips from traditional medicine and healthy dishes that still feel comforting. Plus, we interview chef Michael Caines, take a foodie trip to Santa Barbara. If you're planning your wedding this year, you'll love our special guide to local suppliers.
Last month, we took a look at the different ways children as young as toddlers can benefit from having quiet, reflective time and even yoga and meditation. The mental wellbeing of these young children in our care is of paramount importance and has been the subject of much news coverage in recent years. This month, Children’s Mental Health Week, running from 3-9 February highlights the increasing concern about children’s mental health which, according to statistics, has deteriorated over recent years.
All the news stories, advice, and craft activities in your free Parenta magazine have been written to help you with the efficient running of your setting and to promote the health, happiness and wellbeing of the children in your care. Please feel free to share with friends, parents and colleagues.
Yogic Herald is a Yoga, Wellness & Mystical Tours magazine available in both digital and paperback versions. It is a monthly magazine that focuses on Health, Fitness and Wellness of the mind, body and spirit. The magazine covers news and updates from the Yoga, Ayurveda and Wellness Tourism industry apart from interviews with Yogis, articles produced by remote meditators, healers, wellness experts and Travel reporters. Led by an experienced editorial team, Yogic Herald aims at enabling readers solve their health and mind related issues as well as having a motivating read.
24/seven is a monthly, free magazine for personal growth, professional development, and self-empowerment. The approach is holistic, incorporating mind, body, soul, and spirit. As philosopher Francis Bacon said, “Knowledge is power.” Use this information to live your best life now.
Visions of 2020! Sampling from back to front for a change: in Rearview Mirror, Robert Harris on the Beethoven he loves (and loves to hate!); Errol Gay, a most musical life remembered; Luna Pearl Woolf in focus in recordings editor David Olds' "Editor's Corner" and in Jenny Parr's preview of "Jacqueline"; Speranza Scappucci explains how not to reinvent Rossini; The Indigo Project, where "each piece of cloth tells a story"; and, leading it all off, Jully Black makes a giant leap in "Caroline, or Change." And as always, much more. Now online in flip-through format here and on stands starting Thurs Jan 30.
Just in time for Christmas – it's RUST #44! It's a 120-page wonder, that's bringing you the best in enduro, rally, adventure and even heritage riding. And with a long seasonal break ahead it's great reading just when you need it
What's not to love about February's edition of the Corporate Magazine! Delicious dishes to dine on, breakfast meetings to fuel ideas and event spaces and rooms that will court delegates with their style and elegance!
We’re dreaming big this season, kicking off with a wondrous winter wish-list of ice-skating and hamper-making to dog-sledding, hoping you will do the same. Tis the season for stargazing, and embracing the The Great Outdoors, discover some of the loveliest countryside in the world. There’s fairytale celebrations happening at Leeds Castle, creative wreath-making masterclasses at Ellenborough Park, or a country retreat like no other at Thyme Manor. We are shown how to travel the British coastline - one lighthouse at a time, how to fine-dine as a vegan, and where to invigorate the mind with our new-age luxury spa guide. As always I hope this issue of British Travel Journal continues to enhance your upcoming travel plans – and that you have an uplifting and magical winter!