Issue 6 sticker and gift tag downloads

Christmas gift tags and stickers

Click on the links below to download the stickers and gift tags from In The Moment Magazine issue 6: Gift tags 1 Gift tags 2 Gift tag backs Stickers

Win a copy of Tie and Dye by Lizzie King

Tie and Dye

Transform your home and wardrobe with this fresh and modern take on tie-dye. Tie-dye has shaken off its hippie image to become a stylish and iconic look, bringing bright colours, striking patterns and heaps of character to all kinds of clothing and textiles. One of the oldest dyeing techniques, it is also one of the… Read more

How hypnotherapy works: hypnosis and mindfulness

Introduction to hypnotherapy

Use simple hypnotherapy techniques to make your mindfulness more fulfilling, and unlock your subconscious. Hypnotherapist Becky Skuse explains the basics in our exclusive series. Check out more related articles on wellbeing: How to learn the lessons of the past and let them go How to have a digital detox How happy are you? Take our happiness… Read more

Top four summer festivals for creative and free-spirited women

Foodies Festival UK summer

We can’t think of a better way to spend a summer day or weekend than at a festival. So we’ve rounded up four of the UK’s freshest and most vibrant summer events (and no, not Glastonbury…). Whether you’re keen to try a new craft, eager to sample artisan food, longing to embrace the great outdoors… Read more

Meet our columnist: Caroline Rowland, Patchwork Harmony

Caroline Rowland In The Moment columnist © Jemma Watts

Caroline Rowland, one of our new columnists for In The Moment magazine, is an interiors and lifestyle blogger at Patchwork Harmony, Editor of @91magazine and author of The Shopkeeper’s Home What’s your daily routine? It’s quite varied, and mostly revolves around my daughter’s childcare hours. We are usually up early, between 6-7am, and when she’s at nursery,… Read more

Travel photography: store your holiday photos in a tiny box album

Holiday photos in mini photo box

Create a mini photo album of a fab holiday or occasion, then send it as a gift in a box to say thank you, or simply to share the memory. We used Canon’s Selphy printer to print our pics straight from our smartphone on to square labels, or you can
 glue your prints on to… Read more

Meet our columnist: Sian Lewis, The Girl Outdoors

Sian Lewis The Girl Outdoors travel writer

Sian Lewis, one of our new columnists for In The Moment magazine, is a travel writer who loves wild camping, being by the sea, and the perfect cup of coffee.  What’s your daily routine? If I’m at home it involves a lot of coffee and writing on my laptop, probably followed by a climbing session… Read more

Mindful thoughts for cyclists: the upside of punctures

The upside of punctures bicycle illustration

Few things are more dispiriting for the cyclist than a puncture – especially in the back wheel. A sudden, spongy vagueness in the handling is swiftly followed by the soul-sapping burble of metal rim and flaccid rubber on pavement, which sounds suspiciously like deep, mocking laughter. At best, you’re looking at lost time and some… Read more

Flash fiction: how to write a great short story

Short story writing

Flash fiction has been called the writing of the next millennium, the key to the writing of the future. Whether you want to read flash fiction or try writing your own, this form of extreme short story can be as satisfying as a long read. Flash fiction is a popular form worldwide. In Latin America… Read more

Photowalking for a healthy body and mind

Photowalk early morning mist

Combine daily walks with photo stories and let your feet and creativity roam free. ‘Photowalking’ is a visionary way to get you moving, clear your mind, and connect with your surroundings, as Tracey Ellis explains. Nothing gets me out of bed quicker than opening my blinds to the sun rising over Salisbury Plains, dramatic clouds racing across the… Read more