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Chardon­nay in hand I re­laxed back onto the sofa, my mind spin­ning with all I had achieved that week. Work had flown by in what felt like a mat­ter of sec­onds, and the week­end in a frenzy of wed­ding ap­point­ments and so­cial­is­ing. In this mo­ment I re­alised how busy the mod­ern woman truly is, and how es­sen­tial it is for a mo­ment of ME time. In just one week I had worn the hats of mag­a­zine edi­tor and fea­ture writer by day; then per­sonal chef, house­keeper, wed­ding plan­ner, coun­sel­lor, party queen, wifey and pro­fes­sional stress-bunny by night. It was no won­der I was ex­hausted! It made me think about how busy we all are and how much we all achieve, and the need for a help­ing hand in our quest for fab­u­lous­ness. As we look to style our lat­est vi­gnettes, cre­ate a gourmet meal, whip our win­ter booties into sum­mer shape, and rein­vig­o­rate our wardrobes — we want to find our in­spi­ra­tion all in the one spot. This is ex­actly what we have achieved with the lat­est edi­tion of ME — a beau­ti­ful mag­a­zine brim­ming with in­spi­ra­tion and in­for­ma­tion, all un­der the one glossy cover.

We have re­vamped the mag­a­zine to bet­ter suit the di­verse in­ter­ests of Ms Fab­u­lous — from fash­ion, hair and beauty to lifestyle and ex­pert ad­vice, food, wine and well­be­ing. Our cher­ished con­tent about lo­cal women bat­tling breast can­cer will re­main, with this edi­tion co­in­cid­ing with the an­nual Shep­par­ton News Pink Rib­bon Brunch on Sun­day, Oc­to­ber 23. A com­pli­men­tary copy will be gifted to each of the 732 lucky women at­tend­ing.

So this week­end, curl up with a wine and this vi­brant edi­tion — en­joy­ing a mo­ment just for you.

Happy ME time!

— Damita La­mont, Edi­tor

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