The new issue of Flow Magazine is here! And just to pique your curiosity, we’ve listed a few of things you’ll find inside Issue 31.
- The bigger picture
When you realize that Earth is just a teeny part of something bigger, your perspective on life changes. Journalist Otje van der Lelij delves deeper into the ‘overview effect’.
- No filter
One look on Instagram and you’d be forgiven for thinking that everyone has the perfect body, or experiences a perfect day every day. But what if we were to show what really goes on in life? Journalist Renate van der Zee explores the ways people are trying to be more honest on social media.
- Small wonders
Journalist Chris Muyres explains why small, obscure museums can be better than their larger counterparts.
- Pure paradise
Journalist Fleur Baxmeier makes the case for indulging in our guilty pleasures.
- And furthermore: Journalist Catelijze Elzes finds out more about ‘ubuntu’: the African belief in a universal bond, German artist Anke Heelemann gives old family photos a new life, and journalist Bernice Nikijuluw decides to devote a month to slowing down.
- Flow extras: Go with the slow postcards and a mini course workbook on how to embrace positivity.
Issue 31 is now available in selected bookstores and in our shop.