Planning a Party

Not everyone has the skill to plan a really good party.  So they’ll either call in some friends, or professionals or just try it alone, even though it seems incredibly overwhelming to them.  Another way of learning these skills though, is by taking out a subscription to the National Magazine Exchange and  picking up tips …

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Summer Time Activity Ideas

With the summer upon us, it’s often difficult to think up new plans every day for activities for the kids.  But it doesn’t have to be that way.  With a magazine subscription from the National Magazine Exchange however, these ideas are readily available at your fingertips, in most cases on a monthly basis. So rather …

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Get in Shape with National Publishers Exchange

There never seems to be just the right time to get in shape – it is all too easy for people to make excuses as to why now is just not the right time. So why not stop with the excuses, and check out the different exercise, fitness and weight-loss titles offered by the National …

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Enjoy Your Home More

For those of you who are home bodies, and really enjoy making the most of your home, you might want to consider subscribing to one of the many titles offered by the National Publishers Exchange. “Taste of Home,” hailed as America’s Number 1 cooking magazine, provides many tips and homes-style recipes to ensure your home …

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Giving for a Year: NME Subscription

So often a gift that is given for a special occasion, is just enjoyed for that moment. Well, that does not have to be the case. When one gives a friend or family member a gift of a subscription to the National Magazine Exchange, the gift just keeps on giving…well, for at least a year. …

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NME Subscriptions for the Housebound

It’s tough when you get old.  Often you live alone – you may have lost your life partner of more than five decades – and it gets lonely. People try and help; you get some visits here and there, but really it seems like all the youngsters these days have such busy lives and you …

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