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Poll About Archiving Shelter Magazines

Do You Archive Your Shelter Magazines?

While there are a few magazine titles that I've taken the time to organize and archive over the years (Domino is definitely among them), the majority get passed on to a friend or recycled. I really like to keep clutter to a minimum in my home, and magazines on my coffee table seem to be a magnet for additional detritus. What's the story in your home?

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arcticpuppet arcticpuppet 6 years
i keep architectural record and architectural digest!!!
Rjs-baby-girl Rjs-baby-girl 6 years
If I kept every magazine I bought since the age of 12 years old I would need a new house to store them lol! I will keep from time to time an article that I liked but it's the furthest I will go. I don't keep things I don't use I prefer space to clutter.
adtafoya adtafoya 6 years
I am a magazine fiend and I def archive!! (V, i-D, Vogue, Flaunt etc.) It drives my bf crazy. But it is a must :)
sunkissis sunkissis 6 years
Who could have predicted the Holy Grail *Domino* would no longer be with us? I am so happy I was hoarding issues *to my husband's disapproval*. I have contained my magazine addiction thanks to the Container Store.
manxy manxy 6 years
I used to archive them but just went thru a large purge of most things in my life. I do have a binder if inspiration pieces that I kept, but otherwise the magazines are in the recycling fairly fast. FYI-if you have a design program/school near you they will often take some for students to rip thru.
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