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Laura Gaskill added this to Beyond the Book Club: 10 Creative Groups to Start With FriendsOct 31, 2016

8. Periodical club. No time to read a full book? Try a periodical club instead. Simply choose a thought-provoking article (or several) from a magazine or independent journal each month and meet to discuss it. There’s no right or wrong periodical to feature, so go with what your group is interested in.

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Laura Gaskill added this to Simple Pleasures: Get a Book Club GoingJan 31, 2014

Book club themes for those pressed for time. If you and your group of friends do not realistically have the time to commit to reading a book every month, that doesn’t mean you need to miss out. Why not form a periodical club, where you read and discuss articles from your favorite magazines or journals? Poetry or short stories would both make great fodder for book club discussions too, without requiring much of a time commitment from members each month.

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Lisa Frederick added this to 8 Great Solutions for Magazine StorageJul 2, 2012

Cover a coffee table. If you're not into clutter, this isn't your approach. But the checkerboard pattern of magazines on this coffee table makes for an engagingly funky surface.

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Vanessa Brunner added this to Houzz Tour: A Virginia Loft Brims with Color and CheerJun 19, 2011

Part of the motivation for switching the guest bedroom out of the loft was to allow Lanteri to have a space of her own for her design work. Magazines, photos, and samples live on every available surface — an organized chaos that helps get her inspired. A little antique pink couch sits against the loft wall next to several magazine racks. Two ottomans — the STOCKHOLM from IKEA, and the Cayden from Crate & Barrel — sit next to an antique table covered in design magazines for easy reading access.

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Yvette Williams added this to EntertainingAug 9, 2017

8. Periodical club. No time to read a full book? Try a periodical club instead. Simply choose a thought-provoking article (or several) from a magazine or independent journal each month and meet to discuss it. There’s no right or wrong periodical to feature, so go with what your group is interested in.

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Magali Leclère added this to Wish ListMay 1, 2017

Canapé, style fun et éclectique

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gwenharju added this to Library/StudyJul 12, 2015

Corner cabinets for holding bills to be paid, etc

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brockingtonshaw added this to brockingtonshaw's ideasNov 10, 2014

I like the pattern on the ottoman

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