Boost your mood with In The Moment Magazine issue 31

Lift your spirits with inspiring articles from our November issue – out now in the UK

In The Moment issue 31
Published: October 15, 2019 at 6:32 am

This month we're exploring the theme of freedom – the freedom to be ourselves, to feel comfortable in our bodies, to express ourselves physically and creatively; the freedom to be spontaneous and say ‘yes!’ to new and unexpected experiences – and the freedom to say no when we need to slow down and give ourselves a rest.


Editor Kirstie Duhig says: "In our busy lives, where the demands on our time often outweigh the time we have to give, it can be hard to step back and own these freedoms, yet they are surely a path to a happier self."

In this issue, we look at calming winter rituals to lift your spirits, ways to quiet your inner critic and discover why yoga is for every body type. Plus we speak to Bake Off's Kim-Joy about how baking has helped her to cope with social anxiety.

This issue comes with an extra mini-magazine, Calm Christmas, which is full of mindful tips and ideas to help you make the most of the festive season.

In The Moment Magazine issue 31 is out now in the UK, priced £5.99. You can find it in most UK supermarkets and WHSmiths, or order a copy online via You can also find our latest subscription offers online here.

Read on to find out what else is inside the latest issue…

Enjoying a cup of tea in bed
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Lift your spirits through the colder months with winter rituals, learn how to take on your inner critic, take our quiz to find out how self-reliant you are, embrace spontaneity, change the conversation around body image and discover why yoga is for every body shape.


We chat to Great British Bake Off finalist Kim-Joy about how baking has helped her to overcome social anxiety (listen to the full interview on our podcast), break the rules and discover your own creative path and explore the therapeutic power of poetry.

Sarah Corbett of the Craftivist Collective
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Visit craftivist Sarah Corbett's compact city haven, find out how food can help us to reconnect to the natural world and find style with a conscience.



Get away to a wild island in Norway under the midnight sun, find out how to cosy up outdoors and discover the joys of holidaying alone.


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