Spotlight On: Magazines (Adult)

Magazines (Adult): We subscribe to a number of magazines that are available for checkout. The most current issues is “In House Only” but all of the back issues are able to be checked out. We have a wide range of magazines, from cooking to crafts, and animals to entertainment and news. Our magazines for adults are located in the back corner of the library, but the newspapers and fireplace. The back issues of the magazines are under the metal shelf, you just have to life them up. Magazines check out for 3 weeks.

Architectural Digest

The definitive design magazine, Architectural Digest takes you inside the world’s most beautiful homes. With stunning photography and the best writers, it is the premier interior design magazine, featuring classic and contemporary styles.

 

Consumer Reports on Health

Get expert, unbiased reporting on how to live healthier, longer. Discover what works and what doesn’t from prescription drugs and alternative therapies, to disease prevention and nutrition. All from a name you can trust, with no outside advertising.

 

Country Living

Country Living is your guide to creating the ultimate in country style. Each issue offers inspirational ideas on: Decorating & Remodeling, Antiques & Collecting, Gardening & Landscaping, Entertaining & Travel.

 

Family Circle

Family Circle celebrates today’s family and champions the women at its center. Every page provides smart, practical solutions to help moms raise happy, healthy families. With a particular emphasis on the concerns and issues faced by mothers of tweens and teens, Family Circle fills a void as the only family service magazine. Family Circle delivers essential advice for tough parenting challenges; provides fun suggestions for family activities; offers healthy and delicious recipes; and showcases projects to create a comfortable home. Family Circle helps readers look and feel their best by delivering the latest health, diet and fitness news, and beauty and fashion tips

Hobby Farms

The magazine for rural enthusiasts, from small farmers working the land for their livelihood, to pocket farmers aiming to make a profit, to hobby farmers. Addresses basic and core information for newcomers, but also dives into advanced how-to information and numerous resources for more information.

InStyle

Each issue is packed with celebrity style secrets, hot fashion trends, best beauty buys, hair, makeup, accessories and more.

 

Money

Money is the nation’s largest personal finance magazine. Money helps you take charge of your finances, providing trusted advice to successfully earn, plan, invest, and spend. Money provides in-depth coverage of stocks, mutual funds, the markets, the economy, and the best things money can buy – from travel and technology to home and luxury goods. Money also gives you advice on college savings and retirement planning.

Redbook

Redbook is the must-read magazine for today’s young, married woman: an individual as passionate about her own needs as she is about those of her family. Each issue offers exciting, provocative features that address the all aspects of her life?everything from stylish fashion and beauty portfolios to scintillating stories on keeping her marriage fresh, to ideas on balancing home and career demands.

Runner’s World

Each monthly issue of Runner’s World brings you advice on new running techniques, introduces you the latest running products and national and international race information. You’ll find the strategies, tips and advice to fuel your performance, prevent injuries, burn fat, shed stress, and achieve your personal goals.

Weight Watchers

Weight Watchers Magazine is the perfect publication for anyone who is dieting. Although the magazine is aimed at those following the Weight Watchers program, there is a lot of assistance here for anyone who just wants to eat better and feel healthier. With a blend of weight loss advice, healthy recipes, and fitness tips-all designed to help you look and feel your best-this magazine has something for every dieter.

“I shall be miserable if I have not an excellent library.” ~Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice

 

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