I started subscribing to Martha Stewart's Everyday Food from day one. I still have every copy! So it I was pretty sad when they decided to cancel the magazine. The notice said that they would be adding more recipes to Martha Stewart Living and sending that to fulfill the rest of my subscription. Ok, whatever. Only when I got my Martha Stewart Living, it really didn't seem to have any more recipes in it than normal. Sad day. So I guess Rachael Ray will be my only cooking magazine for now.
I've always enjoyed the Stampington magazines and Stitch, but recently my mom started taking Celebrate. I saw it on the coffee table and flipped through it. Good little magazine. Full of DIY party ideas AND food - I like the mix. Plus the food looks really good and something I'd actually make (translation: easy, yummy, quick). You can view a sample here.
Back in December I was at Walmart waiting for my Tamiflu prescription to filled. I was trying to keep my flu germs to myself by forbidding myself from coughing, but the only bench in the pharmacy area was sitting right underneath a huge air vent. Blasting cold air was pummeling me and forcing my cough to rear it's ugly head. I decided a change in venue would be better for me and all the people around me, so I went over to the magazine section and picked up Fresh Style. LIKE, LIKE, LIKE! And then when I saw one of my favorite bloggers featured in there, I knew this was a goodie! Seriously, if you like decorating and DIY, take a peek at this one!
So, the question is do you like your magazines printed or digital?
The truth: Even though I'd love to say I'm all up to date technologically, I prefer to hold a good ol' printed copy of a magazine in my hands as opposed to an online version.