Considered magazine Volume 3 is available now on loremnotipsum.com. In Volume 3 we visit Vietnam, spending time in vibrant Hanoi before journeying to the mountainous region of Sa Pa where we meet tribes of women and learn first-hand about the importance of textiles within their culture and community. Closer to home we visit Settle in Norfolk and stay in the lakeside cabin, enjoying a slower pace in this beautiful rural retreat.
In the Considered Style chapter we feature vintage, preloved and recycled style in our editorial ‘Second Love’ and share the community of brands that support us in the Considered Directory.
In our ‘Rituals’ editorial we focus on skincare and self-care, featuring some of our favourite sustainable and natural skincare brands.
We delve into the controversy behind our love of avocados, the complexities associated with vegan leather alternatives and learn about regenerative agriculture, an age old farming technique which has been touted as a solution to the carbon emissions crisis.
We interview doula Domino Kirke, learn zero waste home tips from Elsa Lindholm, look at the benefits of community gardening and more.
Considered magazine is an independently published, bi-annual print magazine exploring sustainable lifestyle, thoughtful design and mindful travel. Considered magazine explores sustainability as a concept and a practice, with the intention of raising awareness of sustainability issues from an environmental, social and economic perspective and encouraging discussion. We aim to inspire a simpler and more considered lifestyle by drawing on international sustainability and wellbeing practices, by exploring mindful travel experiences and by referencing our own inspirations which are often found in nature, architecture and art. We work with a community of photographers, creatives, writers, community groups and on-location locals providing a platform for them to tell their story and inspire and inform our readers.
Details: Considered Magazine Volume 3
100 full colour pages, perfectly bound. FSC paper from sustainable sources with vegetable ink.