Sometimes, at Quality Unearthed, members of our team have to travel out of our quaint little office in the heart of Wales to meet prospective clients or go to conferences, and when we have to leave our little slice of heaven, we do not go without our latest copy of Positive News.

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Positive News is a constructive journalism magazine, with an additional online publication, that provides relevant content in a number of industries including environment and lifestyle, to name but a few. Since its humble beginnings in 1993, Positive News has been providing its readers, subscribers and website visitors with insightful content that helps to mould opinions and inspire action. In return for buying the magazine, subscribing to the regular newsletter or visiting the website, readers of this magazine are rewarded with high-quality, independent journalism that reports on the progress and possibility in a wealth of sectors and interests. Their aim, according to the description, is to change news for the good. The profits from the magazine are re-invested back into the journalism, ensuring readers that every story is of the finest quality.

Focusing not only on the news from the UK, Positive News brings you stories from across the world to provide you with an insight in the global matters that interest you.

The latest instalments on the website look at our relationship with nature, something we value very highly here at Quality Unearthed. In a helpful guide, Richard Louv highlights the three ways that we can all connect more deeply with the natural world around us, from finding special natural spots to sit, dedicating more time to outside activities to incorporating the outside world into our interior design. We couldn’t agree more that these three elements are important for a strong connection with nature, as well as great for mental well-being, and, arguably, something glamping holidays can provide for many, particularly those who live in urban environments.

Aaron Millar points out the importance of travel for mental health in a feature for Positive News. In his piece, he highlights the importance of new experiences, much like our glamping retreats, for sparking one’s imagination. Millar points out how the stresses of modern-day life can keep us trapped in familiar and unhealthy patterns; travel, he suggests, “is the ultimate jailbreak”. He additionally suggests that travel can broaden our horizons, helping us to get ‘unstuck’ from life’s little ruts. So, if you’re feeling a little bit stuck at the moment, why not book a last-minute glamping retreat for some well-deserved R+R? We still have a few properties with availability this autumn, contact us today, and we will help you book the perfect escape.

So, back to the magazine, and the big question: why should you subscribe? Well, not only do subscribers receive a magazine every three months, full to the brim with engaging content, straight to their door, they are also provided with access to a digital version – ensuring you can read the latest instalment wherever you are and however you want! As a subscriber, you will also be first on their list to be invited to their news events and the first to receive member updates. Your contributions, of £30 per year as a UK subscriber, will also go towards supporting the cause of positive media.

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