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February 28, 2013

7 Ways Our $1 Sale Can Help You Get Ready for Spring

One Dollar Magazine SaleSpring hasn’t yet sprung, but it will be here before you know it. Not quite ready for the warmer temps and all that comes with it? The magazines in our $1 Sale can help.

Spring’s arrival will soon mark the packing away of those scarves, boots and heavy coats for another year.

And to thaw out from an especially cold winter (at least for many of us), the warmer temps will be a welcome invitation to spend more time outside.

But after a season of indulgences from comfort foods to hiding beneath bulkier sweaters, the question is: Are you ready?

Whatever the case, the more than 50 magazines featured in our $1 Sale can help you get warm-weather ready and with savings of up to 91 percent off. Here’s who they can help and how:

For the Fashionista

Sundresses and sandals will soon replace those sweaters and boots, and fashion lovers will want to infuse their wardrobes with the hottest spring trends from head to toe. Everything needed to transition from one season to the next can be found in InStyle, Redbook, Marie Claire and Harper’s Bazaar.

For the Entertainment Junkie

Yes, Oscars marked the end of the awards season, but you’re on the hunt for next year’s Best Picture picks. Entertainment Weekly can give insight on the must-see summer blockbusters, while TV Guide can tell you what shows you’ll want to set the DVR for so they don’t interfere with your outdoor plans.

For the News Buff

Whether winter or summer, the news never takes a break and neither do you. Magazines like Time, Popular Science, Bloomberg Businessweek, Inc., and Fast Company will keep you up to date on everything from global politics, science and technology, and business and entrepreneurship.

For the Sports Fan

America’s pastime will soon be in full swing, and Sports Illustrated provides everything from the latest news to fantasy advice—for more than just baseball if it’s not your thing. If you’d rather do the swinging yourself, Golf Magazine offers plenty of tips, equipment reviews and more to improve your game.

For the Foodie

Just about every food magazine devotes some space to lighter eating these days. But for healthier recipes from cover to cover, look no further than Cooking Light. You can even eat made-over favorites like Italian dishes or Southern classics and still work toward getting your body beach-ready.

For the Busy Parent

Encourage your kids spend more time outside with activity ideas from Parenting (Early Years or School Years editions). And if you turn to Woman’s Day or Good Housekeeping for everything from easy and economical meal ideas to organization and cleaning tips, you can enjoy more of that time with them.

For the Outdoorsman (or Woman)

He or she will probably want to spend even more time outdoors when the weather is much nicer, and magazines like Field & Stream and Outdoor Life focus on all the ways they can do that. Titles like Outdoor Photographer will even give more creative types a reason to soak up the sunshine.



About the Author

Michelle Ryan
Michelle Ryan
Michelle Ryan is obsessed with good food, great shoes and Alabama football way down South in Savannah, Georgia. She hasn’t met a kitchen gadget she hasn’t at least thought about buying (trying them is another story) and devotes her time to Bikram Yoga, baking and trying to overcome long-held finicky eating habits.