Friday, October 7, 2011

Today I Ripped One of my Magazines to Shreds.

It's a good thing.

I do this to all of my magazines.  Some get torn up more than others. 

See, I pull out the pages I want to save, throw them into a big pile and then file them in my binder, based on what category I've assigned them.  I've got pages for kid's crafts, recipes, hair styles, make up tips, date night ideas, gift ideas, etc. 

I've done this for at least 6 years.  My husband thinks I'm a weirdo in this regard.  He might be right. 

The magazine I ripped up today was my Parenting Early Years October issue. 

Lots of good stuff.

If you've got kids that are school age, you can get the Parenting School Years Magazine for only $6.99!  I've got a serious magazine addiction.  So, if I had school age kids, I'd be all over this one. 

This deal only lasts until tomorrow (10/8/11 at 11:59pm MST) and is for US residents only.  I wish I'd gotten around to telling y'all about this earlier, but better late than never, right?

Click here if you're interested! 

What magazines do you subscribe to/enjoy reading/recommend?


Aunt LoLo said...

Haha...I used to do that. Now, the kids call it "Pinterest." ( doesn't help you with magazine articles. :-p)

mun said...

Over 6 years! You must have many very thick binders now.

alissa4illustration said...

I've gotten Parents and Baby Talk in the past. Right now I don't have any.

Although Mica and Isaak are getting High Five and Highlights for Christmas from my Mom and Dad. Then they are getting some type of nature mag from my older sister.

Milk and Honey Mommy said...


I ended my magazine subscription days a few years ago because, although I couldn't wait for them to arrive, they started piling up. I could never find the time to read them. Every once in a while, I get the urge to subscribe again to some of my favorites of which I still either have old issues somewhere around or a lot of torn pages. Parents and Baby Talk were my favorites when I was pregnant.

Some of my favorites were the following: Child (closed), Victoria (closed, but now its back), Cottage Living (it was sooo cool - closed), House of Business (closed). Are you sensing a pattern here? Two of my favorites that will probably never go away are Real Simple and Vegetarian Times.