DD wants a subscription to Seventeen Magazine. I'm looking for a more wholesome alternative. Something without all the "Looks, boys, shopping, drama!"
Ann-Marita. I deleted my usual signature due to, oh, wait, if I say why, that might give too much away.
Not sure how old your DD is but if she's in the 12-15 range, American Girl magazine is wonderful.
Anetta, earthmama in the City Wife and best friend to DH , SAHM to our little princess Leda and furbabies Hans and Heidi
Happily expecting a pair of "oops!" twins in October!
Is New Moon Magazine too young as well? I've heard rave reviews and can't wait until my girl is old enough to read it.
I briefly googled and came up with one called TeenVoices that looked really interesting. There was also a website called www.evemag.com that I would have loved to read through but I'm not sure it was an actual magazine. I didn't delve too deeply into either website as I didn't have time so I would suggest that you make sure they are appropriate for your teen.
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