Saving Seasonal and Holiday Magazines

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Save your holiday magazines. They can be stored for seasonal reading on gardening, recipes, decorations, etc. One fun way to save them for the next Christmas season is to wrap your lights up around them. If you decorate early you now have them to refer to for the next family holiday events.


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Save your subscriptions or favorite free magazines (that local libraries give away or sell for a dime or so) to use for future years! Some of the ones I read are timeless and give gardening, planting, and recipes according to the seasons. I note the interesting articles AND/OR fold down the corner of the page in the magazine to find articles I found particularly interesting and useful and revisit them the next and sometimes the next year during their season!

Sometimes I even throw a magazine into my Christmas, Halloween or other holiday decoration box for reminders of things I want to try the next year! It's like reading a new magazine! Some magazines are great for inspiration for the season and you get a lot more value from them.

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January 4, 2006

I finally found a GOOD use for all of my holiday magazines, and I will know where they are next year when I want them! I rolled them into a tube shape and wrapped my tree lights around them for storage. Since I usually decorate the tree Thanksgiving weekend, all of the recipes are handy and ready to use as soon as the lights are up. That seems like a better use than shuffling them around till June and finally tossing them out.


By Margie Minard from Mount Vernon, Ohio

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