The first issue of @snowdaymagazine arrived in my mailbox this week and I wanted to rave about it! It is marketed as "A creative lifestyle magazine for teachers" and that's what it is. Here is what I loved: the photography had a photojournalist feel; candid, authentic, some posed, but pleasant... The articles were informative, relevant, and fun. Honestly, I had no idea my lifestyle was cliché because the topics were of great interest to me. I was like "how do they know me?!"... This magazine was filled with content and not ads. It explains the cost, but to me was well worth it... My favorite part of reading this issue was the representation of people of various race and size. This is a gauge not often talked about openly these days, but people of color like myself want to see others like ourselves in all forms of media. Thanks again for this wonderful magazine.
Just finished reading the first issue of Snowday. At the end they asked to post a picture of a favorite story. Impossible! I kept finding a new favorite. I can't wait for the next issue! ... A beautifully put together magazine.
Got this in the mail today, and I'm beyond excited... Besides all the information, the aesthetics of this magazine is everything. The colors, text, print, pictures, everything is so appealing. This is a great magazine for your coffee table at home or your classroom. Flipping through this issue makes me feel like I'm outside living my best life, traveling to a new place, experiencing nature in a new way, and then taking that experience and bringing it into the classroom. Yup, it's all that.
It's one of those things you read over and over. Just ordered a few copies as gifts for my favorite teachers. The quality of this magazine is more like a book. Cover to cover inspiration!