Publishers Message

By admin
March 07, 2012

Since our first issue of Well-Being in August of 2010, the staff and I have worked together to increase the ways we can touch and influence our readers. First by expanding the number of pages, and then by increasing the circulation and distribution so that now it can be found throughout the state of Mississippi. Most recently, we have revised our website,, to more accurately reflect our mission and to make accessing features from current and past issues much easier. While the new website is not yet complete, and honestly, we hope it will never stop improving and changing with the times, we are very pleased that at least the first part of our goal to make Well-Being more accessible is now a reality.

There is so much more that we have planned for our site that will be forthcoming in the next few months. One feature we are looking forward to with excitement is our healthcare career Job Listing. We hope to partner with healthcare organizations and institutions throughout the state to offer free job postings, making it easer for potential employees and employers to come together.

As all of the information from our past issues is added to the site, our readers will be able to find any topic, including profiles, features and recipes that has been published in our previous issues. You will be able to search for articles by name, by category and by issue. And, we now offer our readers the opportunity to give us their thoughts and comments on topics we have covered and their ideas for future articles.

Watching Well-Being change and grow is a lot like watching our own children turn from newborns to toddlers, and then before we know it, heading off to their first day of school. With every new step the magazine takes, the staff and I are there in the background protecting and caring to make sure Well-Being always brings its readers current, pertinent and trustworthy information to help them live happier and healthier lives. And now…with our new website, it will be much more accessible for all.

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