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Sensi Magazine November 2019 - Boston Digital Edition

Oct 31, 2019 10:50AM ● By Stephanie Wilson

WHAT’S UP, WHAT’S NEXT

We’re hurtling into the holidays, then straight on into a new decade, a second coming of the Roaring Twenties—hopefully not followed by a major market crash a decade from now, but let’s not get that far ahead of ourselves.

We’ll focus instead on what’s just ahead. On your end, dear reader, you’ve got a great magazine in your hands, with a range of topics covering the full gamut of this month’s Life + Style theme. If you only read one piece in this issue, make it Vape Break; the special report starts on p. 36.

On Sensi’s end, our team is eyeball-deep in the December magazines, which I can’t wait for you to get your hands on next month. We’re rolling out a full redesign of the mag, revamping everything cover to cover. And I do mean everything—even the Sensi logo you know and trust is being updated to fit an evolved brand and an elevated aesthetic. Which means next month, you’ll need to be on the lookout for a magazine with an oversized S in the upper left corner of the cover. That’ll be us. New logo, who dis?

While the look of the entire mag is changing, Sensi’s purpose and values are not. A community-minded brand, Sensi Media publishes city lifestyle magazines every month covering markets like Boston. Sensi is all about progression and connection, engaging readers with a blend of in-depth reporting, commentary, and cultural coverage—wellness, health, arts, design, travel, business, and beyond. That won’t change.

What will change is how all that info is presented. For the redesign, we’ve stripped the magazine back to its key components— the great content—and built up a simplified, compelling magazine that’s easier to read, more fun to make, and delivers even more info each month.

You’re going to love it, so keep an eye out for the super Sensi “S” starting in December. As for now, you’ll find a whole lot to love in this issue. If you only read two articles, follow up the vape report with “Single, Not Sorry,” our editor-at-large Robyn Griggs Lawrence’s feature on the rising number of adults choosing to remain uncoupled—a cultural commentary on our times.

Oh, and check out the earrings on p. 20—I need those in my life.


Stephanie Wilson // EDITOR IN CHIEF // SENSI MAGAZINE

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