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Sat 5-Oct-13
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smokerscottage
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I have found a new magazine which I seem to be able to spend hours reading and gives me loads of ideas. http://www.landlove.com/

 

What's your favourite magazine? What magazines have you found to be best for different activities? 

 

Happy Reading!! 

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Sun 6-Oct-13
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The Magazines I love reflect my hobbies, Garden News, and Quick Cards Made Easy, but I do splurge on Good Housekeeping, now and again.  Tina

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wave  Oh I am so not a magazine person.  I never buy them at all.  Don't know why, but I never have.  However, I have looked at the one Cheryl has found and if I was going to like a mag, then that would be the sort of one I would like.  Have to admit for the first time ever I am tempted to subscribe!!  ( I know I won't though  big_laugh  )

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I used to buy 2 or 3 magazines a week, years ago.....not now though, not at an average of £3+ each!  My mother brings down a pile of her recently bought and read mags for me when she comes to stay, bless her.  I do occasionally look at magazines online, but somehow it's just not the same as curling up in the armchair with an actual mag and a coffee.  However, that Landlove one does look good, I've bookmarked it for later - thanks!

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I used to read a lot of magazines, including New Scientist, Astronomy Now, several photography magazines and Fortean Times. I just don't have time any more and dropped all of my subscriptions apart from the latter. I also read Cotswold Life - I started off with Warwickshire Life but they stopped publishing that and switched me over - and the English Heritage, National Trust and Wildlife Trust magazines which they send me a few times a year. So actually that's quite a lot of magazines again now that I list them all whistle

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I'm glad you all seem to like it too! I'm not really a magazine person either but when I read this I was hooked 

Enjoy the little things in life, for one day you'll look back and realise they were big things x

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I have a hard time just getting through the daily newspaper. But I do subscribe to a mag for retired people that we get here, called Zoomer. It's quite good and not too expensive. Also it's not filled with advertising.

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I don't usually buy magazines, I read Paleo magazine and Clean eating magazine online, but if I do splash out and buy one it is always Focus or an astonomy magazine

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Good to see you again Eileen, you were missed!

I'll try that again!

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