Wow, what a revolution in itself. The Wellbeing Abundance Magazine is what it is, a life guide. A cheaper, magazine version of a self help book. This is no throw away magazine. Firstly, expect to pay $19.95 for such quality, and secondly this magazine comes with no fluff or excessive ad space. Just quality journalism.
I had some disposable income to spend recently on a magazine, and the Wellbeing Abundance Magazine stood out at two separate newsagencies in the city.
Upon first seeing this magazine
The cover design is rather awesome, and the quote at the back of this magazine by motivational speaker Wayne Dyer really sums up what manifesting abundance is all about.
There are only about two pages out of the 121 pages that do not feature an article. Whether you do or you do not understand what abundance is all about, it is all great as the articles are written in a way to help you understand what abundance is, and most importantly to manifest abundance into your life piece by piece. On the other hand, if you're someone who appreciates what abundance is all about and is living an abundant life, this magazine is great edification and helps you stay on the abundance track, and what Steven Covey depicts in one of his seven habits is "to sharpen the saw."
Enjoying a great read over a leisurely afternoon tea
The first couple of articles from the editor of the magazine goes into what abundance is all about, and then readers are guided towards creating their own abundance habits. Abundance is not all about money, although articles on wealth and money are also featured prominently.
Enjoying a quick read on the train home from the city
Additionally, articles on love, community, positive thinking and learning how to create that unique work/life balance are also covered. There are tips on what you need to do to become wealthy according to your astrological star sign. An article on managing your fears is also included. I don't want to give too much more away.
From the place where I brought my copy
A really great read. Best to read at home, although if you commute on public transport, this magazine makes way for a fantastic read. A highly recommended keepsake. A self help guide you will actually want to read.