Trends w/ Benefits Newspaper
This limited-edition Trends w/ Benefits newspaper is a way to kick it old school and detox from your phone. It's an homage to a time when newspapers were a quarter and we had the attention spans to read them.
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WTF is Tw/B?
You can’t double tap or retweet our newspaper. You could conceivably fold it into a paper airplane, throw it into your neighbor’s yard and call it a "share."
But don't do that. Just read it and feel delight radiate from your pores.
Trends w/ Benefits is our storytelling platform and this limited-edition newspaper is a way to kick it old school and detox from technology. It's a reminder to slow down, eat some banana pancakes, and try a crossword puzzle.
We gathered some of our favorite humans to contribute to this inaugural issue. MAPS Founder Rick Doblin writes about the importance of civil disobedience. Bestselling author Chris Ryan drops relationship advice from an evolutionary perspective. Dirtwire's David Satori reflects on Burning Man. We profile the big-wave legend Peter Mel. And Anya Kaats writes a column called Astrology with Attitude.
How to read it.
Find a comfy chair, preferably outside. The ground works too. Take off your shoes. Open it up. Scan the QR code for some background tunes and then dive in. Spark one up for added inspiration.
1/7th the fun of a cold plunge.
- KCKristin C.I recommend this productRated 5 stars8 months agoCan we please get more 😢 ❤️
I need one of these sell out newspapers 📰 asap! I can't believe there still sold out!! I hope you can bring them back soon and make this girl right here very happy 😃 Oh... & everyone else happy as well 😂 💖🙏
- CColbyVerified ReviewerI recommend this productRated 5 stars8 months agoBRING IT BACK!!
BRING IT BACK!!
- VCValerie C.Verified ReviewerI recommend this productRated 5 stars11 months agoMissed the limited edition newspaper!!
I am sad to say that I missed the limited edition print of this newspaper! Will there be more than one edition released? Will there be reprints of the first? Please let me know if so as I am eager to sit and read one with my morning cup of MUD/WTR! Or… if any one of you would drop one in the snail mail for me, and “share”, I’d be down for that too!!! Let me know. Thank you!
- CKChris K.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 stars1 year agoExcellent
I loved reading the paper! I hope you sell more! My family also enjoyed it. Huge fan of MUD\WTR!! Thank You!!
- TTristanI recommend this productRated 5 stars9 months agoPaper
Hiw can I get this
- MCMichael C.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 stars1 year agoGreat
Nice read, great for comode time.
- MAMalaika A.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 stars1 year agoNewspaper
Nice touch with your company's newspaper, I enjoyed reading it 😁
- TBTB B.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 stars1 year agoInteresting
I liked the trends/benefits newspaper. Good articles. I like interesting studies so I would like more of those personally, not just "this is the next cure for everything from an itch to cancer" like the media loves but well researched things that we just don't hear about because nobody is going to become a millionaire on it.
I like feel good stories that the media pushes as only fear leaving out the news piece (from Canadian news) that I recently saw about current events like Canadian wild fires and a number of people opening their homes to people in their communities and the awesome stories of people going back to look for humans and animals.
I also would like somebody to call out the bullshit in this earthy crowd for lack of a better word.
Hanging out with some of these humans is getting to be like a religious experience...not the good kind. With all the burning of sage and trips on shrooms the religion like judgement of others that have negative energy (I call that trauma) and lower vibrations (I call that stress anxiety depression to conserve brain energy to function while drowning in their fear) is a convenient way to stay in a bubble and whine about their empath gift of being so sensitive, but refuse to learn boundaries for themselves to go out in the world and be the change they want everyone else to be.
I would love to read more articles calling that fear based bullshit out as a convenient way to stay in a bubble and to serve only the "worthy enlightened"…
- KCKimberly Carter G.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 stars1 year agoGreat read away from my screen
I enjoy the reflective time reading a newspaper away from my computer- And I enjoy the range of topics.
- CFClara F.Verified BuyerI recommend this productRated 5 stars1 year agoCool
This is such a great addition to the “cart”. It’s creative, informative and fun! I really dig it!