Introducing, Whole Living

Last month it was announced that Body + Soul (a Martha Stewart magazine) would be transforming its masthead to "Whole Living." The June issue showcases the big reveal with a double cover, which is shown below. From now on, Body + Soul will be called Whole Living, with all the same content we've come to expect from this informative and inspiring publication.

I really like the new Whole Living title. Its integration with the WholeLiving.com website unifies the brand. I also like the incoporation of the word 'living' into the new title, something which ties the magazine a little closer to the company that acquired it in 2005.
Back by popular demand is the "10 Thoughts on Whole Living" column, which was a staple feature in the first several issues of Body + Soul after MSL took over the publication. The inspiring thoughts on living a balanced, healthy, mindful existence are excellent and simple ways to lead a happier, healthier and more productive life.
This particular issue features a glorious article on an edible garden with amazing photographs by Marion Brenner.
The mix of edibles, vegetables and decorative specimens in this garden is so intriguing.
An excellent article on grouping fruits and vegetables by taste and palate is a surefire way to get you inspired to use more of them in your cooking. Inventive and exciting recipes with interesting pairings of produce are simple but delicious.

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