Donate our magazines to the local library, which sells them for a quarter apiece to raise money for new books.
20 minutes to sort, 2 minutes to deliver
While we only have a few subscriptions (thanks, Mom & Dad), magazines quickly pile up around here. It's amazing, isn't it, how much paper passes throughout mailboxes? I don't see reading them and tossing them when our local library can sell them to another reader, serving both the reader and the library while delaying those magazines' return to the recycling bin.
Absolutely - lightens our load, and provides for other readers and our neighborhood library.
Photo courtesy John Lambert Pearson under Creative Commons License.
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