The InHue Manifesto

InHue is designed for the woman of color who wants to easily incorporate healthy choices into her life without breaking the bank. For the foodie who wants to stick to her cultural cooking roots but still eat healthy (and doesn’t want to buy foods she’s never heard of or are unavailable in her local grocery store). For the woman of color who doesn’t have time or the funds for a gym membership but is willing to make her living room her fitness room. For the woman of color who is tired of hearing about every ailment and disease she’s prone to but no new answers on how to be pro-active. For the woman of color who wants to see advertisements for products that she can use. For the woman of color who is tired of looking at six different magazines for some glimmer of health news relevant to her.

Read the rest of my manifesto here: http://bit.ly/UfUd34

And follow the InHue Tumblr here: http://www.inhuemag.tumblr.com

Jalan raya rusak, warga Inhu kesal rumah sering terciprat lumpur

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“Pihak Dinas PU Indragiri Hulu sebaiknya meratakan jalan yang rusak tersebut,” kata seorang warga bernama Isa.
Tanggal : November 11, 2014 at 12:07PM
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The InHue Manifesto

InHue is designed for the woman of color who wants to easily incorporate healthy choices into her life without breaking the bank. For the foodie who wants to stick to her cultural cooking roots but still eat healthy (and doesn’t want to buy foods she’s never heard of or are unavailable in her local grocery store). For the woman of color who doesn’t have time or the funds for a gym membership but is willing to make her living room her fitness room. For the woman of color who is tired of hearing about every ailment and disease she’s prone to but no new answers on how to be pro-active. For the woman of color who wants to see advertisements for products that she can use. For the woman of color who is tired of looking at six different magazines for some glimmer of health news relevant to her.

Read the rest of what our editor in chief Marissa Evans had to say right here: http://bit.ly/UfUd34