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.
Don’t be so hard on yourself
If today isn’t going so well for you, just keep in mind that things can get better. It’s not that hard to learn how to go easy on yourself.
To keep or not to keep?
What to do with a book? Hold on to it or pass it on to enlighten someone else’s life? Flow’s Astrid van der Hulst and journalist Anneke Bots reveal what they do.
American illustrator and regular Flow contributor Jennifer Orkin Lewis shares a drawing via Instagram every day. And often, it’s a painted selfie.
The art of consolation
Taking away someone’s sadness for them: you wish you could, but you never can. So, what can you do? Journalist Mariska Jansen explores the essence of consolation.
Flow extras: roll notes and a ‘books to remember’ booklet
About Flow: The best things happen when you dare to follow your heart. And that’s exactly what Flow did when they hatched this idea for a new Dutch magazine in an attic room several years ago. Flow dreamed of a magazine with which they could explore their love of paper. A magazine of unhurried time, all about doing things differently and making new choices. Small happiness, daily life and the beauty of not always managing to be perfect. That is how Flow began. Flow is all about positive psychology, mindfulness, creativity and the beauty of imperfection. They love illustrations and in each issue there is a gift made of their much-loved paper. Flow prints the magazine itself on different types of paper.
Dimensions: H24.5 x L19 x W1.2 cm