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Update: Tear Out vs. Save

Good Housekeeping magazine ponders the question of tear out favorite articles vs. saving whole magazines in its May 2010 issue. In a story called “5-Minute Clutter Cures,” professional organizer Lorie Marrero, autho...
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‘Bottom Line’ on Consumer Reports Magazine

I used to think Consumer Reports magazine was just something to pick up before making a big purchase–you know: car, major appliance, etc. I distinctly remember being thrilled that my neighbor’s copy ended up in my m...
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“Second Acts” in More and Forbes Magazines

Whether attempting to make lemonade from lemons or find a new direction after a major life event or birthday, reinventing oneself is a hot topic. Magazines of all sorts are including stories about “second acts” for ...
by Michelle Jones
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Dilemma: Tear Out or Save Whole Issue?

OK, here’s a question: How many of you have faced the dilemma of whether to tear out interesting pages of your favorite magazine or to save the whole issue? Well, I suspect we all have because even with the advent of onli...
by Michelle Jones
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Dear Reader/Contributor

User-generated content. You either love it or think it’s the scourge of the earth (depending, perhaps, on whether you’re trying to make a living as a writer, photographer, etc.). Already a staple of the Web and TV (...
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Contents on the Table

I’ve been looking at lots of magazines lately and it occurred to me: I don’t really pay attention to tables of contents (TOC). That seems odd since the TOC is obviously meant to be important. It’s located righ...
by Michelle Jones
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