I came across a box of old magazines (Martha Stewart Living 2003 and Better Homes and Gardens 2003). Are they worth keeping or should I recycle them?
Originally Posted by JoyfulMomma
I would get rid of then... Freecycle, maybe or some libraries will take them.
If schools or libraries don't want them thrift stores may
I wouldnt keep em though, you can look most everything up online in archives for most magazines or your local library online system. You will feel liberated ridding yourself of the weight
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-donate to a teacher (my mom is a teacher and loves to have old magazines like those for her classroom)
-our local hfs has a magazine exchange, maybe something like that?
-sell them on ebay - someone may collect those mags and want back issues
that's all i can think of at the moment
Veteran's hospitals are another place that accept and need magazines.
Mom to DD1 (11/1999), DD2 (07/2003), and DS (11/2012), all born at home and cloth diapered.
i did this with my old magazines and only found that i wanted to keep about 5 pictures per mag. now all those pretty pictures are sitting in one very thin folder in our filing cabinet. and the box of magazines is gone.
Charlotte (6);Sophie (5) Down Syndrome & so beautiful! (9/08), & Duncan 8/26/09
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