I have a love hate relationship with magazines. I love them so much. I love that I can blindly flip through the pages looking at pictures or I can lose myself in the articles depending on my mood and what kind of magazine I’m reading. But man, do they pile up. I get environmental guilt sometimes. I’m down to just two subscription magazines, and it’s hardest to resist when they are FREE! Well, here’s some temptation for you folks… a FREE subscription to Ebony Magazine! Just click here and fill out the form.
Is your kid a blockhead like mine? My boy only has eyes for blocks and any kind of blocks will do. He stacks ’em, clacks ’em, builds towers, knocks ’em down, anything you can imagine. He’s only 2, but just now getting into Legos (much to his father’s complete delight) so I’m pretty stoked to join the Lego Club for FREE. And when I do, I’ll get a 2 year subscription to Lego Club Jr Magazine for my son for FREE! Sound good? Click here.
Sometimes, in the great battle of parenting, all you need is an idea. And idea of what to do on a rainy afternoon, ad idea of how to break the cycle of your kid coming to your bed in the night, an idea for dinner that isn’t peanut butter and jelly or mac and cheese. Well, Parents Magazine is filled with lots and lots of ideas just like that. And you can get a YEAR for FREE! Click here and fill out the form.
Are you a magazine fan? I don’t usually get them delivered to my home, but I will read the hell out of them on an airplane and in the doctor’s office. But now that I see that US Weekly is one of the FREE subscriptions available, I may have to rethink! Want a new magazine sent to your very own home or office? Click here and select your choice, then fill out the form to the right. You do not need a rewards number or code, just leave that field blank.
Okay, here’s the thing. I love US Weekly. I really, really, do. It’s my favorite trashy magazine. I only ever buy a copy for myself if I’m in the airport, but my across the hall neighbor has a subscription and she brings them to me when she is done and I love her forever because of it! Maybe I should sign up for this FREE subscription to US Weekly and pass the love on to another neighbor. You interested? Here you go! Click here, select US Weekly (or the New Yorker if you are more sophisticated than I!) you do not need to enter a rewards code, just leave that field blank.