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Best Vacation Destinations

St. Augustine once said, “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” From the wind-whipped prairies of Kansas to the majestic remains of the Roman empire to the turquoise water surrounding tropical islands, the world is filled with stunning views and breathtaking scenery. Travel expands our horizons as […]

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3 Great Magazines for Spring

Are you looking for the perfect magazine to read this spring as you lay outside in the hammock or relax on freshly cut grass? Here are three wonderful magazines you’re sure to love! 1.) Good Housekeeping Ready to tackle your spring cleaning checklist? A subscription to Good Housekeeping will provide you with plenty of helpful tips and […]

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Spring Recipes

The arrival of spring means that seasonal fruits and vegetables like asparagus, strawberries, and rhubarb are finally in season. We’re scoured some of our favorite cooking magazines to find the perfect spring meal. Begin by serving the chicken and asparagus dish alongside a flavorful strawberry spinach salad. Finish with a sweet yet tart rhubarb crumble […]

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Spring Activities

After an especially harsh winter, spring has finally arrived! To welcome this new season, there are a few activities you won’t want to miss: 1.) Visit a botanical garden or arboretum Spring represents a time of new life and growth. So why not celebrate its arrival by visiting a botanical garden or arboretum in your area?  If […]

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Magazine Trivia

In 1731, the first modern magazine, The Gentleman’s Magazine, was published in England. Edward Cave, editor of the magazine, coined the term “magazine” from the Arabic word makhazin, which meant storehouse. The magazine contained essays, poems, stories, and political commentary, so it was indeed a storehouse of knowledge and information. Benjamin Franklin planned to publish the first […]


 
 

 
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How To Display Your Child’s Artwork With a Cafe Curtain Rod

Blogger Dana McCranie offers simple, step-by-step instructions for creating a tasteful home art gallery to display your little one’s school projects. Kindergarten has brought a lot of changes to our home, the most profoun...
by Dana McCranie
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Parents’ Day Lesson: Listening to Your Kids Can Be a Blessing and an Adventure

A Knoxville area couple took the message “a little child shall lead them” to heart, as their young daughter prepared them to adopt her Chinese sister–something they hadn’t planned. In August of 2007, our...
by Mary Alice Lovelace
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Book Review: You Don’t Need a Title to Be a Leader by Mark Sanborn

Each quarter, Magazines.com has an employee book club where we discuss an assigned reading as a big group. This quarter we beat the heat while diving head first into what we thought makes a leader with help from author Mark San...
by Jenny Patterson
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