Note: Post contains affiliate links.I love magazines. Print magazine specifically. Sure, I read a lot of ebooks and even some digital magazines, but there’s nothing like finding a beautiful magazine in your mailbox! It’s a pleasure to curl up with a cup of tea and a fresh magazine.
My daughter loves reading magazines just as much as I do, and in a few short years she’ll be part of the target demographic for teen magazines. That’s why I’m so excited about the new Dear magazine! Dear is the kind of magazine that I wish had been around when I was a teen. It proves that a magazine for teen girls can have both substance and style.
From a feature on Amy Charmichael, to an article about sisters, to one titled Your Most Productive Self, there is plenty of thought-provoking substance in the pages of Dear. In a world of fluff-filled media, it’s nice to see a teen magazine that encourages girls to think and grow. Even moms will enjoy reading articles like this!
I did mention that Dear includes style as well, and all you have to do is take a look at the photography to see it! Both the design layout and the photography make this magazine a pleasure to flip through. Typically, I skip the fashion section of any magazine, but Dear is a bit different. Rather than being little more than an ad for overpriced clothing, this section gives some great tips that don’t require spending a fortune. I would have been thrilled with this kind of advice when I was a teenager. (And I still might steal a few tips today!)
Of course, any magazine that includes DIY projects and recipes like Dear will win points in my book!
Finding a great magazine for your teen daughter is not an easy task. Dear is ideal for parents looking for a magazine with depth that will still appeal to their girls. (And moms will want to be sure to take a peek at it as well!)
Now, how would you like to win a one year subscription to Dear?