Welcome to Lengro, my new lifestyle magazine!


From me to you.

School’s out for summer! Well, it is for most of us here in the UK, but for those on the other side of the world, like Oz Lengro writer, Emma Artz, it is the end of the school holidays. Wherever you are in the world and whether you’re at the beginning or the end of your holidays, you’ll still be feeling the same anxiety that the state of lockdown is bringing each of us. So, know that we’re on hand to give you the advice, support, laughter, and knowledge you need, to come out of this strange time as the best version of you!

Hopefully, this year has taught you to value what you have and who you have in your life. For some of us, it also brings the realisation of who we no longer want to be with. It’s time to plan the life you want to lead. With Mercury no longer in retrograde, we have a chance to move forward, so remember to keep your head held high, it’s how you’ll see where you need to go. 

Talking of holidays, what are your holiday plans? We’ll be taking you through this summer with ideas, to make 2020 the year you really learn how to take a summer break without breaking the bank, whilst still respecting the many new rules we have to adhere to for our safety. Remember to comment on all our pages, this is your magazine too! We want you to grow with us!

Don’t forget to check out my article, What is Astrology, and my tutorial on how to make the classic gypsy recipe Joey Grey this week!

I’ve been busy writing my dailies, putting Easter eggs on my new tarot cards, (printing this August!), I’ve also had my cousin Lee Petulengro down for a good old rokka, (chat). We put the world to rights and let the ticne’s (children) play, as children should. 

Thank you to those of you who joined my members-only club. We’ve started by looking at your Sun sign this week and will continue to look at this, over the course of the next week too.  I’m taking you all on a journey, to discover the world of astrology, tarot, and of course the art of clairvoyance. You can join me in the club by pressing here.

A good friend of mine called me late one night and asked me why I wasn’t doing more on social media. She pressed a button, as all that she was saying, was everything I had been thinking. I wrote her notes on paper, which then became the back of envelopes and here I am today!

I want to press your buttons, so get reading, get inspired, and take your next step.

In this issue…

Previous Issues

My Magazine Contributors

Emma Artz

Living in Oz

Jan Bray


Steffi’s Cakes

Brighton cake creations

Stephen Connett

paracultural expert

Kirsty Constable

personal trainer

Kate Victoria Drohan

party organiser

Samantha Earl


Zoe James

celebrity make up artist

Izzy Milne

Hair & make up artist

Mitch Jenkins

Voice, Acting and Performance Coach

Kirsten Pick


Gemma Quayle

Singing teacher

Lynne Snook

Wellness & PTSD expert

Jacquie Tyler

book lover

Amanda Waring


Rose Waters

organic hairdresser

Lara Wells

psychic medium