Sunday, March 3, 2013

Green Woman Magazine -- A Review

Just judging by it's title, Green Woman magazine feels like a magazine that I should be reading. I'm so glad I had an opportunity to write this review. It's an online magazine that sells for just under three dollars, and you can download it instantly. Don't waste paper or money on shipping. This is the best way to do it.

Check out their about page where you can find out who and what this magazine is about.

Greenwoman Magazine was founded on three passions: an enthusiasm for gardening, a deep love for garden writing, and a desire to do something that would turn people on to both.

I found this magazine to be so delightful and easy to read I kept going back to it again and again to read and reread different articles. It was lighthearted, creative, and so different than any magazine I'd ever read.  It wasn't filled with how to's, and who's life is better than yours.  It was creativity, poetry, short stories, artwork, comics, and beauty.  My favorite story for the winter/spring edition of course being the one about the chickens, or maybe it was the Diary of a Garden Goddess.  I don't know, it's hard to pick the best part. If you've read Animal, Vegetable, Miracle, or the $64 Tomato, then this magazine is for you.  There is even a section with book reviews for new books on gardening, landscaping, and homesteading.  This magazine connects so many of my own interests in one whimsical package. I can't wait for their next issue!


  1. Dear Kim,
    Thank you so much for the great review! I am so pleased that you are sharing the magazine with your readers, and I can't wait to tell Bonnie that you enjoyed her chicken essay. :)
    I also wanted to add that your readers can try a digital issue of Greenwoman absolutely FREE just by going to the website ( and signing up for our newsletter.

    1. Awesome, I will spread the word. Thanks so much! :)



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