I cannot stress how much I simply ADORE collecting magazines. Some people might say it's a waste of money, but you can really learn from them sometimes, and they're very useful on long trips or when you're just bored. I used to collect Teen Vogue magazines, but it's just not cutting it for me anymore. It's mostly pictures, and the articles are not interesting to me anymore, even though I'm seventeen. What are your favorite magazines? It doesn't matter if they're not fashion magazines, though. Thank you!
I'm not a big magazine reader unless I'm on vacation. I usually get a few fashion mags to entertain myself during the flight and leave them behind on the plane for the attendants or the next person.
But, when I actually feel like reading a magazine rather than just distracting myself during a flight, I like to read Atlantic Monthly. It's got book reviews, current events articles, arts articles. I really like it. In addition, since I like a good DIY project, I like to pick up ReadyMade every now and then. They have some great home projects with a focus on repurposing items you already have.
i love women weekly, lots of recipes, stories, food tips and beauty tips all in one big thick magazine
by Glen 8 years ago
Hopefully people know what I'm talking about. Hubs that wouldn't look out of place in a magazine. A mix of entertaining, educational, informational and not straying from the point.Have you written many?
by Catherine Giordano 2 years ago
I have a flipboard account. I created magazines. Flipboard says I have 20 articles posted to the site. Where are they? I'm trying to see them so I can move them into magazines..
by Scott S Bateman 2 years ago
Why do gun extremists think that the 30-round assault rifle magazine size is no different than 5-round rifles or even shotguns?The video below shows a shooter at a college with a shotgun who killed one person, wounded two others and stopped the reload. As he reloaded, a young man pepper sprayed him...
by Dan Harmon 2 years ago
OK, so I hear about Flipboard and see some saying they get some traffic from it, so I sign up. I make a magazine, and put two hubs in it. I have no idea if I'm doing it right, but one of those hubs has an increase of over 2,000 views within a few hours. I want more, whether that...
by Devika Primić 3 years ago
Do you keep old magazines?Reading magazines has always been one of my favorite pass times. Do you still read magazines?
by Sunday Best 5 years ago
What print magazines do you still read in these modern internet times?
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