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Not Your Average Academic Journal: Psychology Today Magazine Makes Mental Science Fun

Today we continue our series “Content Spotlight,”in which we take a closer look at what’s inside of some of our most popular magazines that may be under your radar. Today’s pick: Psychology Today. When I...
by Emily McMackin
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American Girl Magazine Lets Little Girls Dream

Since I was a little girl, I have loved reading magazines. I’m not sure what got me hooked on them. It could have been the quirky word puzzles in Reader’s Digest that entertained me while I waited on my dad at his o...
by Emily McMackin
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womansworld

Women’s Magazines Get Fruity

I’ve always been a fruit fan (frozen grapes are my favorite cheap dessert), but lately I’ve noticed a cornucopia of stories about fruit in the women’s magazines I’ve been reading. It’s driving me a...
by Emily McMackin
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Magazine Advertorial Overload

Call me old-fashioned, but I’m still a big believer in the separation of a magazine’s editorial content and its advertising. I’m not adverse to advertorials (advertisements written in an objective tone and des...
by Emily McMackin
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southernliving

Southern Living Magazine Puts Home Right In Your Hands

I grew up with Southern Living magazine on the coffee table, so I’ve always been a fan of it. When I picked up an issue recently for the first time in years, I found something new to love about my old favorite: an insider...
by Emily McMackin
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Explore the West From Home With Sunset Magazine

I’ve always dreamed of traveling out West, but as a busy Tennessean I never seem to find the time or money to hop a cross-country flight. So when I sat down recently with an issue of Sunset magazine–a how-to guide t...
by Emily McMackin
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