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Whaddya think? Is it worth subscribing? Not that I really need another subscription...<br><br>
-Erin
 

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I get it, and it is okay, but I wouldn't pay for it. (Mine is free.) Can you get it from your library? Request that they subscribe?
 

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ITA with MaggiesMom.<br>
My SIL got me a free subscription, I don't know how though. I would reccommend going the free route. Not a consistently great read.<br><br><br>
OT,<br>
How does one get a FREE subscription?
 

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on occasion it's got a good article. but .. that's maybe once every 3 or 4 issues. (This month's goodie is the fluoride one.) the recipes are pretty consistantly good, if you can get your hands on sometimes majorly unusual ingredients.<br><br>
i got a 2yr gift sub .. and honestly? It's not something I'd ever pay to renew. It really only seems like a "rich people who want to be cool and earth-conscious, and blow a bunch of money doing it" kinda mags. I mean, c'mon. $680 throw pillows? <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/nut.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="nut">
 

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Okay weebitty, you clinched it with the throw pillows! No way do I need that. Although, the idea of free subscriptions is definitely interesting...<br>
thanks,<br>
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I somehow got a free subscription by going to the Free Stuff forum at <a href="http://www.online-sweepstakes.com" target="_blank">www.online-sweepstakes.com</a> and looking on the magazine rack thread.<br><br>
But I wouldn't pay money for it.
 
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