Peppermint Magazine - Issue 43 (Spring 2019)

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Style. Sustainability. Substance. A Spring issue of Peppermint Magazine packed with inspiring and fascinating stories to help you live more mindfully. Theme: A Climate for Change. Featuring: Art as climate activism, Digital decluttering, Eco anxiety, Textile tales, Ethical sneakers, Sustainable living on a budget, Beauty and empowerment and a free wrap top sewing pattern.

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This edition we’re exploring the current climate for change, with a focus on how the arts can be used as a vehicle for activism, education and changemaking. We spoke to three people working in the film, visual arts and music industries – Damon Gameau, Guy Abrahams and Heidi Lenffer – to discover their thoughts on why art is such a powerful medium for sharing and disseminating ideas, inspiring us to get creative in every area of our lives!  

In other climate-related content, we know the reality of the climate crisis can feel overwhelming (and it’s normal to feel a sense of grief about the state of our planet), so we delved into the issue of eco anxiety – hearing from scientists, psychologists and those who’ve experienced it to offer some tips on how to manage it (hint: immersing yourself in nature is always a good idea). 

Elsewhere, our coverstar Allie Cameron from eco intimates label Hara muses on her experience of beauty and equality; we tackle the topic of digital decluttering, and how minimising the use of your devices can lead to a calmer and happier mind; we meet two women from the Australian body positivity movement who created their own amazingly diverse photoshoot to help showcase a wide range of bodies in the media; and we talk to the founder of Seven Women – an Australian social enterprise that empowers marginalised women in Nepal through education and employment.

We also chat to the delightful duo behind cult ethical textiles brand Ace&Jig; look at ways to live sustainably on a budget; take a peek inside the studio and production process of jeweler and sculptor Holly Ryan and her nature inspired, minimalist brand; and admire the beautiful home amongst the trees and eco living philosophy of Amy Roberts, founder of iconic independent Australian fashion brand Vege Threads. 

If that’s not enough, you’ll find a roundup of our favourite healthy cereals (because hey, we have to explore the big issues too, right?); a free wrap top sewing pattern; an eco guide to the cool country town of Castlemaine; celebration cakes made with native ingredients; and more beautiful ethical and sustainable fashion brands than you can shake a stick at. We hope it inspires you to dream of (and then help create) a better world!

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By on11 Feb. 2020 :
Title : really impressed
Comment : I bought this for my 18 year old niece, I had a look through first and was so impressed on how sensible and modern this magazine is, not full of ads or junk. Great articles and real life topics.
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