stacks and stacks

Isn’t the first step to recovery admitting you have a problem?  I have a magazine problem. Their glossy covers call to me.  Some wait for me in my mailbox.  They are full of inspiration, gorgeous photography and inside scoop.  Quite simply, they are 100% pure delight.  I just can’t stop myself from subscribing and buying.  The problem is -my beloved issues become stacks and stacks of unread material.  Somehow I never find uninterrupted time to sit and devour them.  However, there is no reason for this and I am putting a stop to it!  Unplug. Disconnect.  Grab a blanket and snuggle up.  Find a cafe.  I am going to make the time for my guilty little pleasure.  And I am not going to feel guilty about it.

{And for those of you who have made the switch to digital magazines on your iPad or tablet, I commend you.  You are doing our planet good.  I, however, love to hold magazines in my hands, dog ear the pages and (yes) stack them on my side table. Sorry.}

You might also like:


2 Responses to “STACKS AND STACKS”

  1. Kirsten says:

    I feel that way about books. I love the weight of a book in my hands, the sound it makes when you crack it open for the first time, and the smell of fresh pages and ink.

    • Where is June? says:

      Kirsten, I am not an ereader either. Still have hardback and paperback books stacked on my bedside table. Somethings don’t need to be digital. xo

Leave a Reply

Where is June?


  • Simple Practices

  • Trending Posts

  • Archives

  • Subscribe

    Enter your email address