EDI­TOR’S NOTE

Re­turn to Na­ture

Northern Living - - CONTENTS -

from harm­ful in­gre­di­ents that can be found in your cos­metic prod­ucts. Plant seeds like grape, sun­flower, and pump­kin in your own backyard, which you can use for cooking. You’ll be sur­prised with its many health benefits. Live amid na­ture with in­door plants. And fi­nally, take in­spi­ra­tion from no­madic twins An and En Estrada with their pen­chant for un­fa­mil­iar places be­yond their hori­zon. Learn from their trav­els be­cause it is in step­ping away from the shore and ex­plor­ing new ter­ri­to­ries that we can find our own unique place in this nat­u­ral world. We’ve seen a nat­u­ral revo­lu­tion in the re­cent years as more and more peo­ple are go­ing back to ba­sics. Or­ganic pro­duce is on the rise, plants are no longer just found out­doors, more and more restau­rants are now serv­ing real and un­pre­ten­tious meals, and in­stant food takes the back­seat as slow­cooked meals are more pre­ferred in the kitchen.

This is­sue re­turns to na­ture as it hopes to cul­ti­vate that sense of won­der to­wards the be­gin­ning of time when ev­ery­thing was sim­ple and nat­u­ral. Stay in touch with the beauty of na­ture by veer­ing away

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