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A large family, homeschooling, adoption, special needs, whatever strikes my fancy, sort of blog.

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Sisterhood Magazine review and GIVEAWAY



Brianna got the chance to review a teen girl magazine called Sisterhood, and you get the chance to WIN a subscription!  


Brianna's trial magazine was the November/December issue, and her favorite article in this issue was Answering Buddhism.  "There were a couple things in there where I was like, whoa, I didn't even know that!"  


She said, "I liked how it gives out encouragement and advice."  When I told her that she would be getting a subscription, she said, "Cool!"

Sisterhood's purpose is to bring teen girls closer to Christ, but it is not affiliated with any particular denomination.  This magazine would make a great Christmas gift for the teen girls in your life.  Who couldn't use a little encouragement throughout the year??  

This magazine has articles of interest to teen girls and is visually appealing, as well.  The website offers additional content, and the magazine is also available in digital format.  There's a section for moms at the website, so you can discuss what your daughter is reading.  You can check out a sampling of Sisterhood Magazine here.  

Ready to win?  Enter below!  Remember, if you've won a prize from Greatly Blessed in the last 30 days, please sit this one out to give others a chance to experience the joy of winning, too.  Thanks!  


Subscriptions are an affordable $26/year, and through December 20, my readers can get $2 off their order with the code SAVE2.  You can connect with Sisterhood Magazine through Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.  

While you're here, don't forget to enter our other giveaways, including My Lanyard Maker, The Promise DVD, and Orglamics cosmetics.  


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20 comments:

  1. I have four daughters so we have a lot of sisterhood around here! Thanks for hosting this!

    Warmly,
    Kate

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    1. When my big kids were little, I used to stick a label with all their first initials on kid magazines that came into the house. After each one read it, they'd mark their initial. If I found the magazine laying around, I could tell at a glance if it was ready to be recycled, or if I should pass it on to another kid.

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  2. Looks great. For my middle girl

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    1. Bri misses P. :) I bet they'd have fun getting together again. There's "talk" of a trip down to Legoland, but at this point that's all it is. I'd love to be able to meet up with you if talk becomes reality, though!

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  3. My Daughter Mahala, she has looked at other Magazines in the past at book stores and gets disappointed by the trash they put in. Some articles are good, but if you have to rip out half the ads and articles what's the point? So, I hope to win for her!!! :)

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    1. Mahala is a beautiful name! Is it Hawaiian?

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  4. Thanks for the info! My girls love magazines, I hadn't heard of this one. Maybe we will win! Thanks for stopping by Blooming With Joy! I'll be doing a Gift-A-Way this Friday :)

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  5. This would be perfect for my 10 and 14 yr. old daughters! My girls love magazines,

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    1. Isn't it fun to get things in the mail? It's one of my favorite parts of doing reviews.

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  6. This would be great for my daughter Shakota. I have been looking for a good positive magazine for her.

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    1. Way better than Seventeen and others of that style. But more grown up than American Girl.

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  7. I would love to win this for my cousin!

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  8. My 14-year old has been hoping for a subscription to Sisterhood!

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  9. I am really hoping to win this for my two oldest girls.

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