Peek inside Project Calm magazine issue 10

Project Calm issue 10

The latest Project Calm has a definite magical vibe! Inside issue 10, we’re discovering the secrets of the dawn chorus, brewing soothing infusions, making pocket sundials, finding mindful inspiration by exploring labyrinths and much more.

Read on to find out what’s in store inside issue 10 – out in the UK this Thursday.

 

Sundial

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Labyrinth poster

Look inside Project Calm issue 10

“Sometimes in life, looking in from the outside can seem overwhelming,” says Project Calm editor Lara Watson. “However, once we make a start, slowly with purpose, we often find that whatever challenge we face is easily surmountable.

“That’s what I’ve learnt from labyrinths this issue.”

As well as exploring mysterious mazes around the world, in this issue we’re also mindfully colouring in some intricate maze posters and learning how to paint our own labyrinths.

We discover the benefits of daydreaming with Johanna Derry, community spirit with Simone Scott and spread joy through newsletters.

Dawn is that magical time of day before anyone else wakes up. It’s just you, the emerging light and nature. That’s why we’re celebrating early mornings in issue 10 with early morning routines and new ways to make time for yourself.

 

Origami notelets

In travel, we’re learning all about sado – the Japanese art of tea making and making our own sweet tea packaging designed by Matilda Smith, plus you can make gorgeous origami notes to share with your friends.

Brew up your own calming infusions for a restful night’s sleep with Michael Isted’s oat water and hypnos milk recipes.

Cover illustration and poster by Sofia Bonati.