The Observer?s Sam McGrath will relax with her feet up reading the new Revive magazine.
The Observer?s Sam McGrath will relax with her feet up reading the new Revive magazine.

Magazine ?Revives? dull spirits



IF you're feeling a bit lacklustre today, a bit tired and unmotivated, then 'Revive' yourself with the free lifestyle magazine in today's edition of The Observer.

Revive is a contemporary lifestyle magazine covering all the topics, events and life choices relevant to today's society.

While the hustle and bustle of life continues around you, stop and 'smell the roses' with Revive.

This month's edition includes stories on weekend escapes to the Agnes Water/1770 region, a profile of local artist James Hurley, all the news on the music scene with a review of the 'Rogue Traders' concert, plus an interview with founding member James Ash, and much more.

So take some time out, sit back, relax and enjoy the first edition of 'Revive' ? and start revitalising your lifestyle.

Revive will come to you free each month inside your copy of The Observer.

Don't miss the next issue of Revive, which will appear in The Observer on March 21.



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