Pass It Forward: 3 BEST e-Magazines

Friday, 11 January 2013
It's no secret that my attention span is as short as an insect's. You've probably noticed that my blog isn't strictly about fashion because I'd keel over and pass out due to boredom, having to talk about the same topic over and over and over and over again. *yawn* See? The same rule applies to most magazines that I read. They're either all about fashion or interior decor or food or photography etc. Too much of one thing causes a sensory overload and then I shut down like the blue screen of death on my previous laptop.

Lately, I've been devouring e-magazines. They have some of the most stunning photos ever. Most importantly, they cover a whole range of subjects which appeal to most people on the planet. Oh, did I mention that they're free? I won't be surprised if these up and coming e-zines overtake the traditional ones in years to come. Here are 3 of my favorites.


Editer

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Brilliant and I do mean fantastically brilliant magazine. One of my all time favorite bloggers, Shini of Park and Cube works for Editer. Let's see some of the topics they've covered so far: Ramen recipe from my favorite Japanese noodle bar, street style, best ever cheap eats in London, top vintage shops and plenty of DIYs. I easily flit from one post to the next and before I know it, an hour flew by and Lil L and her friends managed to wreck the flat due to my inattention.



Lonny

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Okay, they're classified as an interior decor magazine but their not quite mainstream, quirky and unique style has appealed to me since the day it was launched. If you're a fan of Domino, then Lonny will definitely float your boat. If you ever plan to redecorate your home, I suggest you read this magazine and all the previous issues in the archive. I guarantee you'll walk away inspired and captivated by the stunning photos and ideas.




Match Book 

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Match Book is a lifestyle magazine which covers most topics under the sun. The clean and simple layout makes it easy to navigate through the pages.  There's always something to hold your interest plus plenty of interviews with fascinating individuals to pore over.

21 comments:

  1. I think Match Book is a brilliant mag, it looks great and the content is really excellent.

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  2. Thank you for these, had no idea. I've stopped buying fashion mags for the last several years but still wish I could flit between bits of different topics like you.
    Have a great weekend!

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  3. Fab post, only knew of Matchbook!! I learn so much from you!!! Off to check out these emags. Have a great weekend!!

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  4. Oh no ... I fear that more hours of my life are about to be lost in front of the laptop!! Have a lovely weekend.

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  5. Now I know what I'm going to be doing the rest of the day!

    xo, Yi-chia
    Always Maylee

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  6. I love online magazines too & definitely agree that they'll be taking over print versions soon. I hate to say it but I've barely brought or read any fashion mags for the past few months, I am just so bored of them, instead I've got my fix from free online mags instead & Editor is one of my favourites! I think I'm now going to have to waste a few hours on Lonny & Matchbook, I'd never heard of them before! :)

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  7. Actually, I just found Shini of Park and Cube and love her blog! Her writing reminds me of yours. Well written with plash of humor. :)

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  8. Okay I think this may be my favourite pass it forward post to date. Who knew there were so many great e-zines out there! Looks like I'm not getting much sleep tonight. I wonder if any are hiring, that would be a dream job.

    xx Jenee C.
    {camo meets couture}

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  9. Wow, these are great! Beats my husband car magazines, LOL! Thanks for opening up my eyes!

    Kisses and Hugs from :
    MRS JACK OF ALL TRADES DAILY
    http://mrsjackofalltradesdaily.blogspot.com/

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  10. Brilliant - just what I needed. Some e-mag recommendations. Have just bought my first copy of Tatler online (£3.99!!!) and just trying to see how I like reading on the Kindle in bed, so it's nice to have some free suggestions to peruse as well.

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  11. Hi there! Thanks for the heads up on these, I will definitely be taking a look for sure! Have a great weekend!

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  12. Okay um, so you have totally just added hours to my reading list! Haha thank you for sharing these e-mags, looking forward to reading them all x

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  13. Love Domino so must hook into this Lonny? I love all that funky modern stuff, you don't get as much of that as I would like in the US. Happy New Year, great to catch up again!

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  14. Thanks for the scoop on your favourite online reads. I hadn't come across some of these and they look brilliant!

    xx Mandi

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  15. well, i'm thinking a glass of wine and some reading is in store for me this week!

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  16. I haven't heard of any of these! Do you read on your iPad or on the computer?

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    1. I just read them on my laptop. I don't own an iPad but borrowed my mom's when she was here.

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  17. Oooh! Looking at Lonny right now. So cool. And yes, I'm still mourning the loss of Domino...and Blueprint too!

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  18. oooooh cant wait to check these out!!

    www.thehautecookie.com

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  19. Darling, I think it's great your Pass It Forward concept! I am always interested in discovering new things, new people and new reads. I will definitively look into these e-magazines.
    Catherine xo
    www.pearlsandcaramel.com

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