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Dear Good mag­a­zine, I am just writ­ing to tell you that I love your write up about send­ing let­ters. I feel in­spired to get writ­ing again and can’t wait to try out your tem­plates! Thanks for be­ing an in­sight­ful, down-to-earth mag­a­zine. Tessa White I en­joyed read­ing “Crys­tal Crush” [July/ Au­gust] as I like wear­ing crys­tal jew­ellery when I need help in dif­fer­ent ar­eas of my life. Your guide was help­ful for iden­ti­fy­ing the var­i­ous gem­stones. I’ve coloured in the Good Thought il­lus­tra­tion and hung it up on my bed­room door. And ‘Penned with Love’ was in­for­ma­tive. It’s good to see writ­ing a let­ter is an ex­er­cise in mind­ful­ness. Au­drey Shep­herd (via mail) Your “Penned with Love” ar­ti­cle [July/ Au­gust] in­spired me to do the same with my stu­dents so thank you. We used the tem­plate to make our own en­velopes then dec­o­rated them. Four went to lo­cals and one to Ed Sheeran! I hope they all ap­pre­ci­ate the ef­fort. Halina Szy­manik via Face­book Re “Penned with Love” [July/Au­gust], I still write let­ters to peo­ple here in NZ and over­seas. I don’t get a lot back, but with each let­ter I post, I know that I have put time, ef­fort, and love into it and I keep a look out in my mail­box for a re­ply! I also get my boys (13 and 11) to write thank-you notes af­ter their birth­days and Christ­mas – they are short, but it is the thought that counts. Tsana Ples­sius via Face­book Dear Good, I sub­scribed to your in­spir­ing mag­a­zine a few months ago, and slowly but surely you’re rub­bing off on me. I now make con­sid­ered and hope­fully far more in­formed choices of what I put in my and my fam­ily’s mouth, on our skin and how I shop. But what is most amaz­ing for me, is the con­fi­dence you are giv­ing me to ex­per­i­ment with the recipes you pro­vide. My 11-year-old daugh­ter be­came veg­e­tar­ian re­cently and I now look to your mag­a­zine as a source of easy, tasty, healthy al­ter­na­tives for me to try. Thank you, thank you, thank you :-) Gabrielle Watts, Tai Tapu My sick-day mag­a­zines are giv­ing me a sub­lim­i­nal mes­sage! I’ve got the flu so I’m tak­ing my doc­tor’s ad­vice and rest­ing. These mag­a­zines will make for great read­ing dur­ing my down­time. I’m just lov­ing them, this is the sec­ond is­sue I’ve picked up and it’s such a fave for me now. I love your con­tent! @lau­ren.lately via In­sta­gram

An­other day of rest. Lov­ing the new @good­magazi­nenz, hot earl grey & sooth­ing lemon. Ju­lia B via In­sta­gram

When I turned 28, I made a list to do 28 things in my 28th year. One of those things was to write 52 let­ters. The first was in­spired by @naomibul­ger, who in­tro­duced me to mail art. I’m pretty stoked with my first at­tempt. #slowliv­ing #mailart #snail­mail @tee­jaaygee via In­sta­gram

Per­fect day to re­lax by the pool with some­thing good from home. #sim­ple­liv­ing #min­i­mal­ist #clean­liv­ing @seemara­junz via In­sta­gram

One of our read­ers seemed to be in­spired by some of the is­sues we like to deal with in Good when fill­ing in one of the mail art tem­plates from the July/Au­gust is­sue.

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