Gifts Ideas With NME

Gifts are hard things to deal with sometimes. You may feel that you are not so close with the person, and don’t want to spend too much money, or, maybe you are very close and don’t want to give them something too impersonal. It’s hard to think of something original that fits all of the …

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Getting Ready for Halloween – National Magazine Exchange

With Halloween around the corner, it’s time to get prepared now.  If you are stuck and can’t think of any creative ideas for costumes, candies and decorations, fear not. There are many great ways that you can find ideas. Here are a few: 1. Go to your neighborhood costume or card store and start to …

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National Magazine Exchange: Personal Accounts

While most parents know that reading is a very important activity for their children, not all children enjoy reading. This poses a problem as parents put pressure on their children to read, and the children resist and act out in response. Enjoyment with National Magazine Exchange One idea for dealing with this resistance is to …

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The Unique Reader’s Exchange Program

One concern that many people have when they start a magazine subscription is that they may not continue wanting that specific magazine for years on end. Children outgrow their magazine subscriptions; adults change their interests. This is where the National Magazine Exchange has a unique and thoughtful solution.  With NME, there is a Reader’s Exchange …

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Magazine Recycling Promotes Literacy

Honestly – your magazine recycling can promote and enhance someone else’s literacy.  How?  Well, whether you’ve purchased your magazines through National Magazine Exchange or through another company, you’ll finish reading and enjoying them at some point.  When you do, you can certainly throw them away or recycle them in the recycling bin. Instead, however, you …

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