In the March 2018 issue of Life Essentials Magazine, learn about fighting cancer, living a fit and healthier life, achieving better sleep, and more. We hope you enjoyed the winter season, as it heads towards a close. With spring on the way, so too comes spring cleaning - and in more ways than just tidying up the house.
In the April 2018 issue of Life Essentials Magazine, learn about overcoming depression, relieving allergies, reducing hair loss, and more. We hope March was as fruitful for you as it was for our team. Spring is here, one of the best times of the year to take a breath of fresh air and get after your goals!
RUST magazine: Hi and congratulations on making one helluva jump… You’ve just sailed straight over the top of the other mags and landed on RUST. RUST is a bold new digital dirt bike project that takes over from TBM, and aims to be more than just a great read.
Beginning with an in‐depth, intelligently-written FREE digital magazine, RUST will develop over the coming months into a multi-layered riders’ resource, blending the written word with fast-moving video content and a free-to-access back-issue archive. With a nod to the past and our eyes ﬁrmly on the future, RUST will tear down the boundaries between print, digital and social media, bringing them all together under one digital awning.
So here for your enjoyment is the ﬁrst issue of RUST… With all of the great bits of TBM and none of the cost of refuelling, what’s not to like? Key in your email address and we’ll ensure you stay ahead of the pack for all upcoming issues. Feel free to comment on our social media and leave us your feedback. After all RUST is more than just a name… it’s a 'brand of brothers'.
February always puts a spring in my step; a brand new month with so much to look forward to! Lighter evenings are creeping in and the region is beginning to wake up from its winter slumber. This month stately homes are opening their gates to a display of daffodils and snow drops (read our top 5 on page 29), there’s new art exhibitions inspired by the season ahead and we welcome the first festivals of 2018 – I’m looking forward to seeing Cambridge light up with the return of the e-Luminate Festival!
It’s also the month of love! To celebrate we have plenty of ideas for Valentine’s Day and a handy gift guide, plus a wedding special with 13 pages dedicated to planning the perfect big day in the East of England. We’ve found the quirkiest venues in the East, list the hottest décor trends for 2018 and have plenty of tips and advice, but if you want more head to our Weddings Facebook page for exclusive offers and ideas at www.facebook.com/eastlifeweddings/
December finally arrived, and this month brings for you the last issue of Ethnicities Magazine for this great year 2016. Please enjoy all the interesting topics we have in this issue for you about health, intersting and inspiring stories, about our afropanamanian gastronomoy and more.
I invite you to read it from page one till the end, I guarantee you that everything your read will benefit you and all those around you.
I want to specially thank our writers that every month send us interesting topics to share with Ethnicities Magazine readership.
Please enjoy it and share with your family and friends.
RUST magazine: Rust#17
Yep, Team USA won, but RUST digs deeper into the real stories that made ISDE 2016…
Instant salvation? Can Rick Kemp atone for a lifetime of misdemeanours by trail riding the Pilgrims’ Way in just one day?
Is the true adventure bike a single-cylinder lightweight super-enduro? CCM think so, but can the GP450 really cut the mustard? From France to Chile, we travel the globe to find out!
Write less, said the editor (me!). That’s really not happening; at 128 pages our latest issue tops our last again. It’s all for your benefit though, and besides, look where dumbing-down gets us – Brexit and Clinton-Trump! Let’s engage our brains, our imagination – and our inspiration for that matter. This issue we’re even embracing medieval history, you don’t get that in many moto-publications.
Anyway, this is also our first birthday – one year, 24 issues. It’s quite a pace, we’re not exactly flat out, or WFO as you might say, but pushing-on certainly. And with each issue our audience is expanding (read the editorial for more on that) so if you’re a new subscriber, welcome!
Anyway, gotta run, there’s a plane to catch and a big adventure ride waiting. Should be epic…
Enjoy your riding, too – and reading!
The world we live in today is wrought with controversy and drastic changes due to our ever-evolving lifestyle. The Internet and social media have had a revolutionary impact on the way we interact, socialize, and even think about the world around us. Even though this technologically induced society we live in is thriving with a plethora of knowledge, society has become even more self-centered. The Speak Up Issue of i-D strives to bring awareness to social, ethical, political, and caring causes. This publication was created as a project for a Current Trends and Forecasting class at the Savannah College of Art and Design. This is a recreation of a i-D magazine and is not an official i-D publication.
RUST magazine: Rust#22 We give Sherco's world championship winning 2017 300 SEF-R a thorough two-day test. Is it a winner for us, too?
We ride Royal Enfield's Himalayan in probably the first western test of the bike – only we tested it India!
RUST RTW adventurer (to be) Andy Dukes gets much needed practical training as the countdown to his setting off gets close to single digits
Yep, we have a great mix of enduro and adventure in our latest issue. And there's more besides, as we discuss layering your riding gear to deal with the colder months, Chris Evans reflects on Dakar 2017 from his position in one of the top teams and, well, much much more!
And while you read we'll be riding, as once again RUST is on the rally raid warpath! More of that in RUST 23...
All the best
TATOC, the Timeshare Association, has published the autumn 2015 issue of its new-look Sharetime magazine.
“With 32 pages packed full with news from TATOC member resorts and affiliates and interesting features and advice for timeshare owners and committees, this is a must-read for everyone involved in the industry,” said TATOC CEO and executive chairman, Harry Taylor.
“And we are making distribution a real priority going forward as we want to increase our reach and spread the positive message of timeshare even further.”
After great feedback from readers, the printed issue of the magazine is again A5 in size, making it easier and more cost-effective to print and distribute. Copies will be distributed to TATOC individual members, resorts and affiliates.
And new for this issue, TATOC member resorts and affiliates will be able to embed the magazine directly into their own websites for their owners and guests to view and enjoy.
This issue includes:
A Q&A with committee chairman Brian Hunsley from Diamond Club Calypso on how the resort is tackling challenging times for mature resorts;
Top tips for committees developing an exit strategy from solicitor and abogado, Alex Radford;
Why targeted digital marketing is essential for today’s timeshare resorts with some simple steps everyone can follow;
How technology can improve every aspect of an operation from Merlin Software’s Mike Ashton; and
The latest news from our resort members and affiliates
TATOC urges all affiliates and member resorts to encourage their owners, guests and clients to view the magazine or request a printed version.
Printed copies of the magazine will be distributed to TATOC individual members, member resorts and affiliates over the next few days. You can order a printed copy by contacting the TATOC head office on +44 (0) 161 237 3518.
The Sharetime magazine and website are kindly sponsored and supported by companies affiliated to TATOC.
Last summer, WaterFront covered the then-emerging water crisis in Cape Town. Since then, the city has seen Day Zero warnings, international media spotlights, and water rationing. In this issue we revisit the South African metropolis to see how it is coping with the new normal. What are Capetonians doing to deal with water scarcity not only today but in the long run? And has the drought changed citizens’ attitudes towards water? Read the cover story on page 4.
The 2018 Stockholm Water Prize laureates, Professor Bruce E. Rittmann and Mark van Loosdrecht, show us how we can partner up with microorganisms to take the “waste” out of “wastewater”. We asked them about their current work and upcoming inventions. Read their interview on page 10.
Three years into Agenda 2030, it’s still not clear how to mobilize sufficient resources to achieve the goal of sustainable water and sanitation for all. On page 8, this issue’s Analysis looks at how the private sector can help fill the financing gaps.
Religious beliefs influence many people in their daily decisions around water. Yet, they are rarely at the core of our discussions on water. How come and which role do faith organizations play? Read more on page 13.
In the Last Word, Malin Falkenmark reminds us that water scarcity requires far more attention than it is currently getting. More on page 15.
Enjoy the read!