Choosing to subscribe to something was a long-thought-after decision. While I didn't physically weigh the pros and cons, put pen to paper, I did ruminate over each commitment, thoroughly. My first subscription was to Ali Edwards' digital story kit.
Best hobby-related decision I've ever made. Certainly receiving a complete digital scrapbooking kit is the greater draw, the subscription is even more so because it is brimming with Ali's indelible teaching and mammoth inspiration. I have been motivated, challenged to tell event story after everyday story after all about me story after memorable story because this kit is in a word - incredible!
One of my most recent subscriptions is The Magnolia Journal by Joanna Gaines. a quarterly subscription, my first experience - and I'm using the word purposefully because it truly was an experience - reading the magazine was simply - delightful. I put the magazine down feeling uplifted and exhilarated. It brightened my day. I read the magazine word for word, cover to cover. It was a glorious time. Without further ado I subscribed.
We have long-since been a non-cable subscriber. When Elizabeth, Ashley and I joined Jeff here in Savannah we made the conscious decision to live without cable and we have never returned. For many, many years any television we watched was DVD television shows with many hours of continuous enjoyment, or DVD movies. We have quite the selection needless to say. When Jeff's mom was moving in we knew we needed to take the plunge into the world of more than just DVDs and chose Netflix as our choice. We have found some really good shows, mostly older shows that we never watched when they were on Prime Time television, and many hours of enjoyment - and still are, however, it is becoming increasingly more difficult to find clean, quality, and captivating shows.
Lastly, is Black Rifle Coffee Company club. Jeff picked up a 5lb bag of BRCC when he visited the Nine Line Apparel store here in Savannah and because the coffee is good and it is veteran owned we decided why not just have our coffee delivered to our home, rather than make the trip to pick up more. We are only into our first month and I pretty much figure we'll have to increase our delivery. Sucker!