I don’t subscribe to very many magazines. The guilt I feel as they sit unread is too much for me to bear. My current TIME Magazine subscription is nearly killing me. (I’m super glad Newsweek went digital—out of sight, out of mind.) But when a magazine like FOLK comes along, I seriously reconsider my ban on new magazine subscriptions.
Want to take a look inside? You’re in luck! The wonderful people at FOLK magazine are letting me share the digital issue of FOLK Spring 2013 with my family and friends…and because I consider all my readers to be friends, that includes you. Click on the image above to view the digital issue of FOLK Spring 2013.
Be prepared to become a subscriber.
I love the idea behind FOLK magazine as much as I love the photographs and stories:
FOLK magazine is devoted to presenting a fresh and youthful interpretation of simple country lifestyles while focusing on the stories that make America our collective home sweet home. This down-to-earth magazine fills a unique niche in the shelter publication landscape: content is part lifestyle, part editorial, all heart.
But there’s more to it than that. Check out their about us page for an in-depth look at what you’ll find in the pages of FOLK.
The FOLK blog is full of gorgeous photography, stories and recipes. I just pinned this Almond Lavender Cake:
Almost as yummy? This spread from the FOLK Winter 2012 issue:
I think you can still get the FOLK Back Issue Bundle, which includes the January 2012, March 2012 and May 2012 issues of the magazine, for only $19.95 including shipping. (All other back issues are sold out.)
Right now you can purchase a 1-year subscription to FOLK for only $25 (regularly $41.70). That’s totally worth any possible guilt you might feel if an issue sits a day or two without being read.
I have a feeling that won’t happen with this magazine.
Feel free to “like” is this REALLY my life? on Facebook. It won’t always earn you an extra entry in a giveaway but it will give you warm fuzzies.