- Good Housekeeping
- Better Homes & Gardens
- Real Simple
- Martha Stewart Living
These are just some of the most popular magazines you’ll find in any grocery store or newsstand. And the list could go on and on. If you’re an avid magazine reader, you might also be an avid magazine collector. It’s not uncommon for magazines to collect over the months and years. Those useful articles, inspirational photos and fun quizzes are much too special to throw away, right?
Now is the time to get rid of your magazine clutter once and for all. But that doesn’t exactly mean you need to dump all your glossies and forget all about them. Here’s a simple and fun solution: try scrapbooking!
All you need is a scrap book and glue or tape. Simple cut out the articles, photos and recipes that you refuse to throw away. Arrange them in your scrapbook however you’d like – one page each for recipes, financial advice and shopping tips. You can throw out each magazine as soon as you’ve out all the content you want to hold on to!
Have you tried scrapbooking your old magazines?
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