Curious what the most read magazines in your house are?
I love magazines...
Wonder what one I should try next?

Heather Woodward

Ranger Rick
National Geographic
Kids Discover
American Girl

Home Education
Live Free Learn Free
Organic Family
Mother Earth News
The Economist
Wall Street Journal(newspaper)
US News & World Report
Herb Companion
Cooking Light
Family Fun

Occasionally I will read real Simple, Family Circle, Martha Stewart's
Living, Home Decorating Mags, cooking mags, travel mags. I get many of these
from the magazine exchnaeg bin at our library

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Sent: Saturday, February 18, 2006 10:57 PM
Subject: [UnschoolingDiscussion] Favorite Magazines?

> Curious what the most read magazines in your house are?
> I love magazines...
> Wonder what one I should try next?
> Ann
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Robyn Coburn


We get several industry magazines for filmmakers - Millimeter, Mix, Below
the Line, Location Update, the Cinema Audio Society Journal. (Ironically we
get neither Variety nor The Hollywood Reporter)

Scientific American
Popular Science
Natural History Magazine

James gets some magazines concerned with Amateur Radio - CQ/VHS, Popular

2600 - the Hacker's Quarterly

In Style
Domino (from the same publishers focusing on shopping for home decorating) I
like to keep up somewhat in case I should get asked to work again. This is a
really easy way without the excessive focus on celebrity homes and
financially unattainable products. Plus the format is fun.

Life Learning
Live Free, Learn Free

X-Box gaming magazines

American Photo
Digital Photographer (?)

Barbie Bazaar
Disney Princess

Kids from Martha Stewart Living - a quarterly publication.

I used to get Martha Stewart Living, but dropped it when cutting back
financially. I also dropped O Magazine for the same reason. I found that I
was flipping through the latter and reading only the occasional article so
it wasn't worth it. By contrast I read In Style and Scientific American from
cover to cover and often tear out pages.

Robyn L. Coburn

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