I recently discovered Naturally, Danny Seo magazine at my favorite bookstore, Barnes and Noble.
After going through it, I promptly paid for a subscription.
There was so much natural goodness (Bwaha. See what I did there?) in it that I was turning down pages.
In the past, I probably would’ve torn out those pages and saved them in an envelope. Now, I have this handy-dandy little notebook in which I do what it says.
This mag I bought yielded a page and a half of resources.
The first issue I received in the mail yielded another three pages.
I got the Summer issue in the mail a couple of weeks ago. Looking forward to seeing how many resources I glean from this one.
I think when I made the decision to go Aw Natural (body/home/health), I guess wanted to do things differently.
If I found stuff online, I’d become a subscriber.
If I found it offline, I’d keep a notebook. That’s probably the writer in me.
When I shop at Sprouts or Whole Foods, I find myself eyeballing the magazine racks at the registers.
On my birthday this month, I was killing time in Barnes and Noble before an appointment and I ended up buying $34 worth of magazines (4 altogether). O_O I’ve never bought that many magazines at one time. Books, on the other hand…
And when I go through them, I’ll have my handy-dandy little notebook nearby.
So, am I the only one that does this? Or do you do, too?