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CosBeauty is the #BeautyAddict's guide to lifestyle, health and beauty in Australia.
In this issue:
- Get the Goss on Gloss
- Celebrity Style on the 2020 Red Carpet
- The Mane Attraction: Best of the best for your crowning glory
- Summer Skin SOS
Plus all of the usually features on makeup, skincare, aesthetic medicine and beauty.
We don’t go out to dinner all that often, so recipes and interesting foods I can make at home always catch my eye. I shall channel my inner Irish and attempt to make Boxty (for the recipe, see page 57). It looks relatively easy to make. I’ll report back next month to let you know how it turned out! Hopefully a little luck ‘o the Irish will help me create this yummy dish.
Do you hobby? Yup, I just made that noun into a verb. I guess my hobby is exercise, but more than a hobby, it’s a lifesaver—reduces stress, keeps me healthy, and my bones strong. I am not very crafty, although I’ve tried different things over the years but nothing I could really stick with except exercise and reading. My mother was into needlepoint for a few years and was SO into it she needlepointed a wall hanging that is bigger than any wall she had to hang it on! Check out some ideas for you to hobby it up on page 40.
There’s so much more in this issue of Boomer. Visit some fabulous local museums (most have free days once a month and senior discounts). Maybe you’ll even find a passion for volunteering at one of them. And if you want to travel someplace “out of the box,” immerse yourself in a story about the trip-of-a-lifetime to Turkey. I won’t be visiting there anytime soon (haven’t saved quite enough coins in my little jar), but I’ll enjoy reading about it while sipping a cup of Irish coffee. There just happens to be a recipe for it on page 54. Happy St. Patty’s Day! We’re all Irish on March 17!
By Debra Linn
I’ve been bread’s biggest fan for as long as I can remember. In high school, I’d walk to the now-shuttered Hilda’s Bakery in Downtown Auburn (where The Baker and The Cakemaker now resides; see page 44 to read more about them!) for two crispy-crusted, fluffy-centered slabs of Dutch crunch and call it “lunch”; other days, it was Bagel Junction for a round ring of doughy goodness, toasted with schmear; and sometimes I would demolish a baseball bat-sized baguette with creamy dill dressing from La Bou. It’s a good thing I have a fast metabolism, and it’s also a good thing gluten and I get along, because my passion for (well-made) pastries has only grown stronger.
My current culinary weakness is croissants—specifically almond ones—and I recently went on a croissant crawl to find my favorite. After myriad mornings doing “research,” I can proudly proclaim that this month’s cover shot rises above the rest. Do yourself a favor and make the journey to Julian’s Pâtisserie & Café to try it for yourself. Curvaceous, with a golden-brown caramelized crust, toasty almonds, and a showering of powdered sugar, each buttery bite is filled with a criss-cross of flaky folds and is seriously satisfying.
Curious what other local bakeries you knead to know about? Turn to our feature, “Breaking Bread,” on page 43 for 10 of our favorites—both established and emerging—along with their baker’s top tip and tool, one must-order item, and some pretty, and pretty mouthwatering, pictures. If you’re not already craving a transcendent treat, you will be after perusing the pages that follow.
As always, there’s plenty of non-food content, too—many with a focus on conscious consumerism—including 10 thrift shops that give back to our community in big ways (“The 10 Spot” page 20), small-space living essentials that are fashionable and functional (“Less is More” page 62), and 16 eco-friendly finds (“Green Things” page 85).
As we “march” into spring and welcome longer, lighter days, I suggest you sit back, relax, and enjoy this month’s issue—and a baked good—unhurried without any worries. Cheers!
— Megan // email@example.com // @meggoeggowaffle
Change Your Attitude… Change Your Life: 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.
Eco-friendly tourism is at the top of our 2020 travel agenda. We have introduced a new Sustainable Travel series, kicking off this issue with ideas for Environmental Volunteering, in an eco-conscious quest of our own, we have discovered a supplier of recyclable paper wraps for sending our magazines in the mail. Next issue we will be featuring the UK’s finest eco-friendly holiday homes so, if you know of any hidden gems you are happy to share, please get in touch. Back to this issue - our 10 of The Best Charity Challenges, are sure to inspire. From cycling across Britain to skydiving from 15,000 feet, you can raise some vital charity donations while pushing yourself to your limits. The World Pilot Gig Championships is a seaside spectacle like no other on The Isles of Scilly this May, and we go Behind-the-Scenes ahead of The Cheltenham Festival, this March. Other destinations we uncover this season include the beautiful Lake District, spending a wonderful 48 Hours in St Mawes and the Roseland, an adventure packed weekend on The Isle of Man, and, arguably with the best views in London, our In the Capital series this season takes us to discover the highlights of leafy Greenwich. As always I hope this issue helps to inspire your travel experiences, and the spring season brings you many magical moments spent savouring the glorious British Isles - wherever you choose to visit.
RUST #45 brings a host of fresh new stories from the worlds of enduro, rally and adventure motorcycling. Check out the KTM vs Husqvarna 250cc two-stroke enduro test, Craig Keyworth's first hand account of competing in the 2020 Dakar Rally, JB's 'best of' from the 2020 BMW Motorrad International GS Trophy in New Zealand plus a photo feature on trail riding in the Mojave, a guide to fitness for older riders, long termer reports, columns, product testing and lots more!
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. firstname.lastname@example.org BeatRoute (BC) #202 – 2405 E Hastings Vancouver, BC V5K 1Y8 P. 778-888-1120
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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
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.
March is the month many of us have been waiting for since last October…the clocks ‘springing’ forward, giving us lighter evenings!
This is also the time of year when people start thinking about their annual spring clean; and wanting to get rid of the old stuff in their homes and businesses. Taking part in ‘National Old Stuff Day’ on 2nd March is a great reason to get started with the spring cleaning in your setting!
In Tamsin Grimmer’s article this month “Keep on talking and mind the gap”, she reveals that almost half of year one children lack the vocabulary they need to access the curriculum. Using a holistic approach, we have chosen some activities that you can implement in your setting that will help expand the children’s vocabulary, but at the same time covering many areas of learning and development in the EYFS.
Have a great month and please don’t forget to put your clocks forward by one hour at 1am on Sunday 29th March!
FEATURED: Music & Health writer Vivien Fellegi explores music, blindness & the plasticity of perception; David Jaeger digs into Gustavo Gimeno's plans for new music in his upcoming first season as music director at TSO; pianist James Rhodes, here for an early March recital, speaks his mind in a Q&A with Paul Ennis; and Lydia Perovic talks music and more with rising Turkish-Canadian mezzo Beste Kalender. Also, among our columns, Peggy Baker Dance Projects headlines Wende Bartley's In with the New; Steve Wallace's Jazz Notes rushes in definitionally where many fear to tread; ... and more.
From the extraordinary backdrop of the Crazy Bear in Beaconsfield, red carpet arrivals at award-ceremonies to three legendary sporting arenas in Liverpool, hosting a meeting, event or conference in the UK has never been so exciting! And this month's Corporate Magazine certainly packs a punch with the variety of venues to pick from!
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Whether you’re an enthusiastic weekend snapper or a beginner who wants to learn more about photography, New Zealand Photographer is the fun and informative e-magazine for all Kiwi camera owners. You can always read the latest issue for free or subscribe to the magazine and get unlimited access to all back issues. Find out more: www.nzphotographer.nz