A Little Slice of Wellbeing with Isabella and Us | AD
If you follow the blog, then you know that I am massive reader. Sometimes though, you’re not in the mood for a novel, and instead would like to pick up a magazine. If you look at the supermarket shelves though it is full of gossip rags which – quite frankly – are depressing to read.
This is why I was so excited when I heard about Positive Wellbeing zine for mums and couldn’t wait to take a peek between its covers.
Taking a closer look at Positive Wellbeing
Released quarterly, this little magazine is full of positivity. Lovely and tactile to hold, it is packed full of beautiful photos and illustrations with an abundance of mini articles and poetry which screams of authenticity.
I love the reference to each of the contributors so you can seek out more of their work online, and I simply adored how you can see personal thoughts and opinions pulled into a collective that is filled with positivity.
If you are looking for detailed, in-depth articles that push the boundaries of topics then you won’t find that in Positive Wellbeing. However, what you will find is a warm embrace of positivity which you can dip in and out of during the day whenever you get 5 minutes peace.
Think interviews, crafts, mini articles, recipes, quotes, poetry, thoughts and reflections along with gorgeous illustrations and you will get an idea of what you can expect to find within the pages of the Positive Wellbeing zine for mums.
In short, it was an utter breath of fresh air in the mummy magazine market and I loved every page.
Isabella and Us are offering Tippytupps readers a fabulous 10% discount which is valid until 01.03.2022. Just use the code: ISABELLAANDUSVICKI at the checkout to claim your discount.
You can find out more about Positive Wellbeing on the Isabella and Us website as well as taking a browse around their shop. I know that at the very least, they have a new subscriber in me for a little quarterly indulgence.
DISCLOSURE: we were sent issue 12, 13 and 14 for the purposes of this review. As always though, all thoughts and opinions are my own.