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Empowering New E-Zine Makes An Impact

May 2006

Looking For Inspiration!

Empowering New E-Zine Makes An Impact

There simply aren’t enough projects on the planet where fresh, modern energy accompanies an equal dedication to sustainability and ethics. Impact will be one of the notable few.

Impact is Owner/Editor Sarah O’Flaherty’s contemporary, timely vision, a new bi-monthly e-zine focused on the concept of Conscious Living.

Impact is an informative lifestyle publication, with features and columns covering topics such as habitat, vitality, wealth, life, and world issues.

According to Sarah, “Impact aims to inspire and motivate people. It’s about putting the power back into the individual’s hands.”

Everyone is so busy these days and most of us feel we just don’t have time to find out how we can do things better. That’s where Impact stands out, it does the investigating for you, “its’ all about making life simpler and more pleasurable for our readers.”

Impact is informative, easy to read and is full of unique content. So if you like to be kept up to date on what great things are happening in NZ and overseas or you’re looking for some inspiration check it out.

It’s free! When you sign up you'll receive full access to the impact website, a bi-monthly newsletter, chances to win great prizes, and access to Impact Magazine - new issues will be available on a bi-monthly basis. All this is completely FREE.

Check out Impact e-zine at www.impactmagazine.co.nz.

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