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A Magazine In Your Mailbox Will Fix All Your Problems

Go home, expensive subscription boxes. This isn’t about you.

candid of me enjoying a magazine. Photo by Jamie Street on Unsplash.

There’s nothing quite like waiting for, receiving, and finally reading a print magazine. The ritual is equal parts blissful nostalgia and optimism. I’ve been doing it since I was a kid and month after month, it still brings me delight and — dare I say — hope. If you’re not currently subscribing to any magazines…




For women in their 30s & 40s or whatever. If the internet doesn’t think you’re cool anymore, we do.

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Dena Ogden

Dena Ogden

writer | part 80s/part 90s | very PNW | words also on The Atlantic, R29, Bustle, Romper, et al | she/her

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