Flow Issue 36

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We don’t have to do all of it alone. We were never meant to. We find this quote by Brené Brown so consoling, just as the cover illustration made by Octavia Bromell. As always, the issue comes with some lovely paper goodies: a daily tracker pad and an illustrated notebook.

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.

In Flow Magazine Issue 36:

  • The human touch In a world where many jobs are being lost to technology, human (or, ‘soft’) skills such as creativity, communication and empathy are the new, all-important thing.
  • Some ambiguity if you please Journalist Olivia Gagan used to try and place everything in categories, but now she realizes the importance of not seeing things in terms of black and white, right or wrong.
  • Big wisdoms from small living Journalist Karin Prins packed up her family and went to live in a tiny house. Three years later, she shares the insights she gained during this experiment; one which includes cold winter mornings and the lack of a dishwasher.

Product specifications:

Number of pages: 140
Product size: 28x22,5cm
Binding: Glued
Language: English

 <<< Go to the previous edition of Flow International

Flow Issue 36

We don’t have to do all of it alone. We were never meant to. We find this quote by Brené Brown so consoling, just as the cover illustration made by Octavia Bromell. As always, the issue comes with some lovely paper goodies: a daily tracker pad and an illustrated notebook.

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.

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In Flow Magazine Issue 36:

  • The human touch In a world where many jobs are being lost to technology, human (or, ‘soft’) skills such as creativity, communication and empathy are the new, all-important thing.
  • Some ambiguity if you please Journalist Olivia Gagan used to try and place everything in categories, but now she realizes the importance of not seeing things in terms of black and white, right or wrong.
  • Big wisdoms from small living Journalist Karin Prins packed up her family and went to live in a tiny house. Three years later, she shares the insights she gained during this experiment; one which includes cold winter mornings and the lack of a dishwasher.

Product specifications:

Number of pages: 140
Product size: 28x22,5cm
Binding: Glued
Language: English

 <<< Go to the previous edition of Flow International

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