Though “whole living” has been a part of the body + soul title since 2003, with the July-August 2010 issue, the magazine made the switch complete. Its new name and tagline: Whole Living, body + soul in balance.
The name change must not be a big deal–the editors only dedicated about four inches on one page to the subject. And that’s it. So we can get on to the real heart of the issue. And there is always great heart to every issue of Whole Living magazine. Here are some of the highlights in the July-August issue:
- If you’re looking for ways to make your life greener, you’ll want to flip to page 100 and read “50 Ways to Eat Sustainably.” First, the photography is wonderful, so clean and simple. Secondly, there are some great ideas that will help you start living today.
- If you’ve got cabin fever and are dreading your next trip to the gym, “Take It Outside” has some great ideas for getting outside of those gym walls and using nature as your playground and workout equipment.
- I’ll be going back again to read “Sweet Victory.” This article explains the latest research about our addiction to sugar and offers some tips for breaking our habits surrounding the sweet stuff.
I’ve always loved this magazine. The photography is unique, the paper feels great in my hands, and I feel like the editors truly aim to keep my “body and soul in balance.”