Today we say goodbye. Thank you for being Anxy with us.

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Dear Readers,

It’s with a broken heart that I write to you today, to let you know that this month is Anxy’s last.

For the past few years, I’ve been running Anxy as an internal project within my consulting practice. It started as something I could take on twice a year, alongside other client work. As the magazine grew in readership and we gained further recognition for our work, I increasingly felt like I was running two very different types of businesses. I downsized my studio and explored what it would take to commit full-time to Anxy. In May, I took a break from the magazine to reflect and recalibrate the possibilities for our brand and our community. I wanted to explore the question, can Anxy be more than a personal passion project? …


To find out, we’re launching Anxy №2: The Workaholism Issue.

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It’s been more than a year since Anxy started its journey, back in October 2016. We couldn’t be more proud of what we’ve accomplished between then and now. What started as a personal passion project has—thanks to the support and enthusiasm of readers—become a publication with global reach that can get noticed. That means a lot to us: It means that Anxy has a real chance at breaking the barriers that stigmatize mental health, and that it can do so across borders and cultures. …


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Today we’re unveiling issue one of Anxy. It’s a new print magazine about the way we live our lives — and at the heart of it is a question: What happens when people spend a lifetime pretending everything is OK… but it isn’t?


Finding the personal side of privacy

When we set out to redesign the Keepsafe logo and re-vamp the overall product experience, Keepsafe had been in business for over 4 years. In that time, over 50 millions people worldwide made the Keepsafe Photos app the trusted space to safeguard their most important photos—unpublished and for their eyes only.

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About

Indhira Rojas

Creative Director. Founder of Anxy Magazine www.anxymag.com / www.redindhi.com

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