We're ending this week with a *bang*: 5 winners of a year subscription ($23.50 ea.) of the newest and most thoughtful + beautiful of publications straight out of Cambridge, MA.- Seeing the Everyday. It's a magazine that finds "poetry in the prosaic." They tell real and innocent stories of those in between moments that most parents have grown to cherish. They celebrate family and the funny 3-year-old sayings and even drawings like those you have plastered all over your refrigerator.
It's art. Each page is filled with amazing photographs, quotes and reminders in stories of why we exist; why the family is "the most critical, fundamental unit of society." It's a reader's dream and an artist's inspiration and a mother's retreat. And completely advertisement free! So refreshing.
They say, "We hope you'll see our purpose-- to strengthen the day to day interactions between parents and children. These everyday interactions and prosaics. They are the ordinary, common and seemingly meaningless moments of the day as we're trying to load the family in the car or prepare a meal together. These prosaic moments are the very ingredients and substance that foster an atmosphere for relationships to deepen, grow and find greater happiness and appreciation."
It's one of those sentimental gifts that you'll be thankful to jump on: quarterly, advertisement free, 112 pages of goodness. Subscribe here for the gift that keeps giving.
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(extra entries for those who added our button to their website will be added by us, the blog administrators)
*entry will be open until 7am Saturday morning, 5/10 (one full day)
*random winners (random.org) will be chosen and announced Monday, 5/12
note: all winners will have until Friday 5/16 to claim their prize