Friday, October 18, 2013

Feature & Follow: Favorite Magazines



HELLOOOO EVERYONE IT'S FRIDAY!!!!!

What are some of your favorite magazines? Asks Alison Can Read and Parajunkee, hosts of the weekly Feature & Follow.

Wayell, this is going to be a boring one. I don't really read magazines unless I'm on an airplane (I luv the games in Sky Magazine! Who doesn't like a good round of sudoku?) or waiting room somewhere. I guess the only "magazines" I read on the regular are the Anthropologie and Pottery Barn catalogs I am constantly getting spammed with. And those mostly just depress me by reminding me I can never afford all the beautiful things!

When I was younger, I loved the American Girl Doll magazine, but that's about the only mag I can think of that I ever actually read consistently.

I hope everyone has the dreamiest of weekends. AU REVOIR!


10 comments:

  1. I like to read magazines on a plane too. First I begin with something relaxing and after that I grap my Kindle to enjoy a real book!

    Your new follower,

    Lucie
    http://newbooksonmyselves.blogspot.fr/

    Ps: I entered a contest to win an French award for my blog. And I really appreciate, if you stop by my blog before october 25th to vote!
    Thank you!

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  2. Not much into magazines here.
    Following via bloglovin
    Here is our FF

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  3. I used to buy tons of mags when I was younger. But I read so many books now my brain couldn't take it!! lol. Thanks for stopping by and sharing my love for Bones. Following back on Bloglovin

    Linsey @mybooksnthings.com

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  4. OMG I love Sky Magazine, haha!

    New follower via GFC! My FF @ A Novel Idea by Chrissy T

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  5. Looks interesting.. Although I never been a fan of magazines. thanks for sharing with us.
    old Follower.My FF

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  6. I'm an airport/plane magazine reader aswell - at least as far as illustrated mags go. There's something about being in the sky that warpes my brain waves until I cannot possibly comprehend but a single sentence of prose.

    Cheers, Katarina :)

    PS. Thanks for stopping by yesterday, following you back via bloglovin #FF

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