In today’s fast paced world, we are presented with an unprecedented number of choices – from the smaller choices we make during our daily routine, to the larger ones we face about how to invest our time, money and energy.
For those seeking to make a positive difference in the world, identifying the best option can be difficult. At deliberateLIFE we believe making these choices should be easier. Our team researches and vets products, organizations and ideas so that you can get on with living your life, while making choices that build a better tomorrow for all.
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“The magazine inspires us to live engaged with people, nature, community and philanthropy or actively giving of time and experience, without requiring us to give up style and beauty...the pages of deliberateLIFE aren’t preachy. Rather, Fay and her contributors engage us with wit and wisdom. And let me add verve, because much of the writing sparkles as much as the images and overall layout.” – Anne, USA
"DeliberateLIFE isn't like any other magazine I've ever read and I read a lot of magazines. It's about life but not the kind you hear about everyday in the news. It's about real life and enriching your life with the resources around you. From entertaining indoors, cooking, recipes, healthy cleaning tips, gardening, outdoor life from gardening to preserving the rain, traveling to far away places - unique, but with a wealth of options that even the most well traveled individual will find exciting. I could go on and on. In fact this is a magazine that you won't want to toss away and best of all you receive this online, so saving it as a reference for later is perfect. You never have to worry about cluttering up your home with magazines because it will store neatly on your tablet. I love this magazine and read it from cover to cover finding each and every article so interesting. Honestly it's impossible to convey my thoughts about this magazine, but I highly recommend ordering at least one issue...you be the judge. I loved it and think you will too!"
– Vicki Bensinger, St. Louis, MO
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