Surrender to the sweet serenity of your inner space and find peace and calm with Issue 24 of Breathe. Cultivate self-nurturing practices, harness your inner creative with micropoetry, and grow your own edible garden. Whichever task you find yourself delighting in, savour the experience. You’re worthy of your own love and affection, so let Breathe guide you on the path to self-care and acceptance with the Thirty Days of You calendar, yours to keep with this issue. Let go, drift slowly, and relish the bliss of being.
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