Oh Magazine is a bimonthly published in London by Iceberg Press, the same publishing house that also publishes "The Simple Things".
It is a magazine that helps us to look at ourselves and our surroundings differently, a mindfulness magazine that embraces a new perspective that leaves time to reflect and feel, pause, ask questions and notice; to be and to do in a more delicate way, to live and to play.
The authors of the magazine assume that life is better when we help each other, live a kinder life, and are less hard on ourselves. That's why you won't find long to-do lists in Oh, ma
delightfully long readings to get carried away by and deeply human first-person stories that celebrate the humble, the frugal and the abundant; the magic in the mundane and the unknown beauty of the unnoticed.
Enriched with photographs and illustrations, Oh is a place to meet new people, hear their stories, and embrace life with a fresh and welcome perspective.
In this fall issue of Oh magazine, he explores the ways in which we share our innermost and deepest thoughts and desires. There is talk of the need to face one's inner demons, of the usefulness of keeping a personal diary, but also of the creative benefits that a personal visual story can offer through social media.
Secrets can be a source of inspiration, which pushes us to follow our dreams regardless of society's expectations. From pilgrims who walk in search of the truths of life, to artists who find answers in the light brushstrokes of nature, this secret number was born to be shared, because good things happen when we listen to each other.