Magazine shock

I had some time between meeting last week and there happened to be a bookstore right there so I went in for a wander. I headed to the magazine section thinking I might pick up one or two gardening magazines. Have you seen how expensive they are? Yikes! I didn’t find one that I was willing to buy but I did see this issue of Paleo and with a coupon, it was a reasonable purchase. Guess I will go back to Pinterest and the internet for those gardening ideas.

P.S. my amaryllis is still plugging along. We have had the craziest weather – very cold and even snow but with the longer days, we might just have enough light for her to bloom before spring arrives.

Published by Juliann

Recently retired and ready for adventure

8 thoughts on “Magazine shock

  1. Magazines have become QUITE the extravagance!!! It’s amazing how much they cost these days. Thankfully, you can find lots of great gardening ideas on Pinterest. 🙂

  2. I don’t purchase magazines anymore because they are so expensive. I “check” them out online via an App associated with my public library. Lots of great quilting, knitting, news, decorating, etc. issues.

  3. I am with you on the price of magazines – they have become costly. I have thought long and hard on what magazines I am subscribing too. Have you tried the library? I was pleasantly surprised to find that my local library has a number of the ones we like to read!

  4. Yep – magazines have soared in price, and they keep getting skinnier and skinnier. I don’t subscribe to any these days, but I do know my library has a lot of them.

  5. I thought about magazines for my trip, and yeah, I was shocked at the price! love that photo – what a cozy spot for that snowy view!

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