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Escape to Edenton, N.C.: Must-See Sights in One of America’s Prettiest Small Towns

Guest blogger and frequent visitor Emily McMackin reveals what makes Edenton one of America’s prettiest small towns, along with its can’t-miss sights, shopping and cuisine. Everyone needs a hideaway. A place you dis...
by Emily McMackin
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The Future of Magazines: The Good News You Haven’t Heard

There is a nasty rumor going around in the marketing and media world. It goes something like this: Print is dying, and magazines are on their way out. Sure, this is an easy assumption to make when you consider how the Internet ...
by Emily McMackin
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10 Things I’ve Learned from Magazines

I’ve had a lot of great teachers in my life, but magazines have been one of the best, especially when it comes to the “school of reality.” Teen, fashion, food, home, human interest … whatever the genre, ...
by Emily McMackin
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Discovering a New World Through Magazines

I grew up in a small Southern town. So small that our tallest building was the water tower, most cultural events revolved around high-school theater, the nicest restaurant was a meat-and-three, and the finest wine was a chilled...
by Emily McMackin
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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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All You Magazine Looks Out for You and Your Wallet

My coupon junkie roommate was the first person who introduced me to All You magazine. She subscribes to it monthly and gets all giddy and rips into it the minute it comes in the mail. Such a dramatic reaction made sense for her...
by Emily McMackin
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