My most favorite magazine, Mental Floss, is perfect for breakfast and before-bed reading. No article is longer than 3-4 pages, and most are just a page. Since I am a teacher, and need to go to bed at a decent hour, reading short articles at night is good for my health. When I get into novels, I have a hard time putting them down. The non-fiction snippets presented in this magazine are the perfect length for a quick read before bed or before heading out the door in the morning.
Mental Floss is so great I even purchased the entire back-stock of this magazine to sustain my habit. I've read 45 editions so far, and I only have 1.5 left until I've read them all! (Besides the ones that sold out and are not available). Thankfully, I am renewing my subscription, as well as gifting subscriptions to my similarly obsessed father and brother.
Another wonderful thing about this magazine is its local connection. The one and only Mental Floss brick-and-mortar store is only about 10 minutes from where I live! You can visit the store in Chesterland, Ohio. Or, visit the store online.
*I am in no way paid to endorse Mental Floss. I just really enjoy it and I would like other people to check it out so they can enjoy it too.
Monday, October 31, 2011
This is my first blog post. Ever. I am pretty intimidated about the whole idea of writing for a possible audience of the entire population of internet users. So, to help myself to be more comfortable, I decided to make my blog about something I do every single day-read! I am kind of compulsive about reading. I have to read something while I'm eating breakfast (unless I'm with other people) and also before I go to bed. If there isn't something to read on my table while I'm getting my cereal, I will go find something. If there's nothing new lying around, I'll re-read a magazine. I've even read the back of the toothpaste in desperation. It's ridiculous.