From the Edi­tor Suzanne Boyd

ZOOMER Magazine - - CONTENTS MARCH 2018 -

GIVEN OUR pub­lish­ing fre­quency of nine is­sues a year, this is Zoomer’s first is­sue of 2018, so Happy New Year. This also hap­pens to be our 10th an­niver­sary year, so thank you to all who have sup­ported us on this jour­ney. Mile­stones are a great op­por­tu­nity to take stock and re-ori­ent, and so we have. While the magazine will con­tinue to be the en­gine that pow­ers the mes­sage of pos­i­tive and un­apolo­getic ag­ing that we have faith­fully shared with you over the past decade, we have re­vamped our ap­proach to our web­site ev­ery­thing­zoomer.com. The site has served as a com­pre­hen­sive catch-all for not just the magazine’s en­core ed­i­to­rial but in­for­ma­tive and rel­e­vant orig­i­nal on­line con­tent on our pil­lars of Health, Money and Travel – and on ev­ery­thing else from de­li­cious recipes to break­ing news in pol­i­tics, stars and roy­als. Es­pe­cially with a royal wed­ding in the off­ing – con­grats, Meghan and Harry – it’s cer­tainly no time to dis­con­tinue any of the above but we have also newly im­bued the web­site with the magazine’s sense of mis­sion and clar­ity of pur­pose. Show­cased in a sim­pli­fied and el­e­gant new look de­signed to el­e­vate your ex­pe­ri­ence, log on for spe­cial new con­tent buck­ets that speak to the heart and soul of our man­date, which is, in a nut­shell, re­ally about liv­ing The In­spired Life. At this age and stage how do you re- cap­ture your 10-year-old self’s sense of won­der, ex­cite­ment and dis­cov­ery? In a word, it’s in­spi­ra­tion – to face another day, to make that change, to in­sist on hope and hap­pi­ness if and when things take a turn. In­spi­ra­tion can come from a va­ri­ety of sources, in­clud­ing ex­pe­ri­ences and com­mu­nity. To that end, I in­vite you to join Zoom­ing, our newly minted Travel Club. Read all about it in our spiffy lit­tle di­gest in­cluded with this is­sue. Then find it on the new – and, dare I say, im­proved – ev­ery­thing­zoomer.com and let the world be your oys­ter,, as it should bebe.

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