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I took your excellent magazine on holiday with me to Madagascar. It was a great read on the internal flight (about the only time I had to sit and read!), especially the tips for living a good life. Pip Grant
I was lucky enough to win a year’s free subscription to your magazine as a raffle prize at a fundraiser I attended for my grandchildren’s preschool. I can honestly say I had not heard of your magazine prior to this. I received my first issue on Thursday. I couldn’t put it down. I loved it. The articles are so varied and interesting. It is like a breath of fresh air. I have already purchased two of the products advertised in the magazine. Once my year’s free subscription is over, I will definitely be purchasing your magazine. Judy Newton
Being a Dane travelling around the world due to my husband’s job, I once had the pleasure of staying in New Zealand for one and a half years. I normally do not buy lifestyle magazines, as I usually think they are boring and a waste of paper and money when I will probably only read them once.
But one day I was walking past the magazine stands in the supermarket and my eyes caught something different that I simply had to check out. What I was holding in my hand was the very first issue of Good magazine. I bought it then and there and was immediately hooked. I have bought every issue since. Some were unfortunately lost along the way, but I still have most of them and still enjoy browsing through them now and then.
I love that the magazine covers such a huge range of subjects and that every story is always told with a focus on sustainability and a love for life and our planet. At the same time it is my little lifeline to the beautiful country where my first child was conceived.
The magazines are now being sent to my parents in Denmark, who then send them to my address – wherever that is. They have followed me to Vietnam, Holland, Morocco and I just now received the 50th issue at my home in Malaysia. So, thank you Good for an amazing magazine. Majken Maagaard
The parentals are out for the evening. I was packing when I realised that I wouldn’t be able to take home the bottle of feijoa wine I’d bought. So there was only one thing for it: settle down with Mum’s copy of Good magazine and open the wine......
I have collected quite a few magazines now, although I have a few missing from people ‘borrowing’ them and never returning them, but who can blame them! Rebekah Taylor
Creativity and cups of tea on Sunday afternoon… thanks @goodmagazinenz for inspiring me to finally find my drawing fingers again and play! #whilethebabysleeps #watercolourpainting #play @hellee_dee via Instagram