When my Mom passed away 3 years ago I inherited a lot of books and magazines, which was very special. I had to sort through all the homemaking and homeschooling magazines, as I just didn’t have room for all of them. When I found the Seasons at Home magazines in the pile I knew these were keepers. I was excited to recently find their website online and discover they are still printing magazines!
In a time where everything is going digital I find it refreshing to still have something you can put out for display on your end table and pick up to read whenever you have a moment. The internet is wonderful, but it can steal so much of our time.
Seasons at Home is a magazine that you and your daughters will want to read! There are articles that encourage you in your role as a wife and mother, but beyond general encouragement you will find plenty of practical articles and tips. Cooking recipes, Craft instructions (things that you or your daughter will want to make!), seasonal crafts, art tutorials, gardening tutorials, sewing tutorials.
The photos are beautiful and they give very clear instructions on all the tutorials found in the magazine. I’m looking forward to sharing these magazines with my girls when they get a little older. It’s so important to pass down homemaking skills to our daughters. If you were not raised to be a homemaker, don’t give up! Resources are out there to help you. Books and magazines can help, as well as attending classes at your local stores and online. It can be hard to find an older woman to help teach you, so don’t be discouraged if you can’t find someone.
Seasons at Home magazine can be purchased for $7.00 for individual issues, or you can purchase a year’s subscription for $17.95.