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This page is for sharing my magazine ideas. Some will be standalone, while others will be quarterly. These are ongoing projects.
I love to blend words and visuals, and this was a way to play with the two in a creative manner. I like simplicity and depth, so this idea grew into something that stepped away from storytelling in manuscript form. I wanted to create something 'lighter', something that could be enjoyed by browsing through when there's not an enormous amount of time or simply to remind of beauty again.
I was inspired by magazines like 'Bella Grace', beautiful table books, and journals.
INFJ is the first magazine that I've made. No doubt there are areas that need to be improved, but I'm content as it has been such fun to put together. I've not pondered too long on what people will think, but instead concentrated on what I would love in a magazine for easy reading.
I'm driven by the belief that self-love is very important, as is embracing your uniqueness, especially when the world tends to demand the daily 'norm' from us, and the harshness of this on gentle souls can overwhelm. So, I wanted to create moments of pause and reflection in a little magazine. To include pieces of me that I wish to share, and hopefully, a few of these words and images will resonate with you in the same way, and help inspire and brighten your day.
FIRST PUBLISHED MAGAZINE JOURNAL
Your Light 01
I created this magazine with the intention of making it into a 6x9 inch Trade Book, but I made the PDFs too large and like magic, it turned into a magazine! I went with it, as liked the idea.
IThe interior pages will be bigger, offering more writing/blank space, and can be used as a table/bedside journal.
I will still be creating smaller, Trade Book journals, as intended, so it's worth signing up for updates or popping by the website now and then.
As this is a physical product, I am also offering this journal in a printable format. You can simply purchase from the shop and get an instant download - 88 pages, to print yourself, or take to a shop and get bound. The choice is yours. ;o)
What WE See
The second edition of the
'What WE See'