Flow Magazine issue 35 includes stories on the Dutch art of doing nothing, and letting worrying work to your advantage. The colorful cover was illustrated by Hadas Hayun. This issue has four dividers with cat illustrations and, of course, there are some lovely paper goodies: a set of ‘conversation starter’ cards and a notebook illustrated by Tallulah Fontaine.
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 35:
- How Surroundings Can Impact Our Happiness We often hear that happiness comes from within, but journalist Annemiek Leclaire looks at how our surroundings also play a role in lifting our mood.
- Sightseeing the Slow Way Running from one sight to another and checking them off your ‘must-see’ list: is that the best way to experience a city? Journalist Caroline Buijs sings the praises of ‘less is more’.
- An Ode to Worrying Worrying always gets a bad press, but journalist Sara Madou discovers that fretting can also work to our advantage.