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Re-Invention – Create The Life You Desire

Re-Invention – Create The Life You Desire

Second Issue of MiNDFOOD Hits Newsstands

Who better than Madonna, the Queen of re-invention, to grace the second issue of MiNDFOOD, on sale Monday 14 April.

This month’s issue focuses on re-invention and creating the life you truly desire; financial freedom, a healthy mind and body, and perhaps the trickiest of all to achieve, that elusive thing called balance.

Many of us believe balance is impossible to achieve, choosing instead to pack as much as possible into every day. However, like Madonna, you too can make your own re-invention look easy, by using MiNDFOOD’s starter guide to help you create the life that you know you really want.

This issue is highly anticipated, after the glossy monthly magazine launched last month to rave reviews.

Editor-in-Chief, Michael McHugh, comments; “The feedback from the launch of MiNDFOOD has been overwhelming. Some believe “it’s the magazine we’ve been waiting for” while others have said “at last – a magazine that talks to me and serves up all my favourite content”. Everyone seems to agree that the website is easy to navigate and has much to read.”

Launching into a declining magazine market, MiNDFOOD has also exceeded expectations by selling out in key stores.

Michael continues, “New Zealanders really seem to have identified with a magazine that is made and created here, that includes international content and great local stories.”

MiNDFOOD is available in newsagents, dairies and supermarkets nationwide, with a cover price of $9.90. The core editorial platforms of Society, Wellness, Environment, Culture, Travel and Food, Brain Teasers and News can be accessed online, and through the pages of the magazine. Subscriptions can also be purchased online at www.mindfood.com

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