I'm drowning in magazines. It seemed like a good idea at the time; I received an offer to trade my frequent flier (or is it flyer) miles for free magazine subscriptions. I scanned the list of those available, and while they didn't all appeal to me, there were some I liked - and some that I thought might educate us a little - especially about current events. I chose Time, Newsweek, US News and World Report, Nat. Geographic Traveler, Travel and Leisure, Town and Country Travel, and another travel mag. I can't remember the name of right now. There was also W, Smithsonian, and Town and Country. My daughter takes Oprah and People and gives them all to me, so that makes 13 magazines, some of which come weekly.
I can just hear you....."Why in the world does that woman need so many magazines, since she spends most of her free time (and some that isn't) on the darn computer, reading blogs? And why would she take four travel magazines, when she can't afford to travel more than 50 miles from home, considering what the gas prices are nowadays"? Plus, she subscribes to Martha Stewart Weddings and buys other wedding magazines too!"
I know not the answer to your question. They caught me in a weak moment, and they used the word "free" which lures me like a magnet! The next time I get a similar offer, unless they have Veranda, Southern Accents and Architectural Digest on their list - they can shove it. By the way, if you are hard up for reading material, I will gladly give you some.