Part of what I've been blogging about this week is my addiction to magazines. Saturday I posted about my yearly treasure map using magazing clippings, and yesterday for Works for Me Wednesday I posted about my clippings notebooks.
I also love that magazines now have special features and access to some of their content available online. The following are 13 of my favorite magazine websites.
:: Real Simple - Amazing tips and ideas
:: O Magazine - She has improved my life. I was thrilled when I read this week that she'll be launching a second television network in 2009.
:: People - this is bookmarked on my iGoogle page to check out the latest gossip daily
:: Family Circle - My favorite magazine for suggestions that you can do in "real" life. Get six healthy slow cooker recipies here.
:: Family Fun - They have the best ideas for holiday crafts to do with your kids. Get ideas for homemade valentines here.
:: Cooking Light - I like their lifestyle suggestions even more than their recipies. Be sure to check out this month's cooking class video on braising here.
:: Bon Appétit -A foodie's dream. They seem to have revamped their format, and I can't get enough. The February issue has a great recipe for banana cream pie.
:: National Geographic - We get the adult and kid version at home, and I love getting their daily photo link on my iGoogle page.
:: Mary Englebreit's Home Companion - Great crafts and I love to read about real artist's lives.)
:: Country Living - Eye candy every month. Every month I find my dream home amongst their pages. Online this month be sure to check out Melissa Newfeld's printable vintage valentines.
:: Woman's Day - My second favorite magazine for suggestions that you can do in "real" life. This month be sure to check out the video they have on meals in minutes.
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