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The Magnolia Journal

The Magnolia Journal

Winter 2020

This magazine from TV couple Chip and Joanna Gaines focuses on seasonal ideas for life, garden, and home. Each quarterly issue identifies a thought-provoking virtue (gratitude, confidence, hospitality ...) and delivers stories that inspire readers to pursue it intentionally in their own lives. Regular features include personal essays by Chip and Jo, ideas for entertaining and family activities, recipes, gardening, decorating, and much more--all beautifully packaged with the signature Magnolia style.

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Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Meredith Corporation
Frequency:
Quarterly
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4 Issues

in this issue

2 min.
letter from the editor

BEGINNINGS GET ME EXCITED. There’s a certain thrill that attends what awaits, whether it’s the changing of seasons, the first stages of a new project, or a brand-new year. I never tire of that first-time feeling—the delight of untapped possibility. This season at Magnolia, we’re discovering that beginnings and endings should be equally revered. So before we turn this calendar year, we are intent on entering the holidays unrushed and unhurried, seeking rest where and how we need it most. It may seem counterintuitive, maybe even a little naive, to suggest prioritizing rest in what is typically the busiest time of year. But I’ve come to learn that it’s often in the slow and simple moments that we’re able to really feel the thrill of the holidays. And it’s in the quiet…

1 min.
magnolia post: rest

IT’S TIME FOR ALL THINGS MERRY + BRIGHT AT MAGNOLIA Here are a few ways we’re ushering in the holiday season at Magnolia. Whether you visit us at the Silos or shop online, we hope you’ll join in on the fun! JOANNA’S NEWEST CHILDREN’S BOOK The World Needs Who You Were Made to Be shares the message that no matter who you are the world needs you. Our hope is that as your little ones read it they’ll know, deep in their bones, that the differences they see in themselves and others are to be celebrated. Get your copy anywhere books are sold. INTRODUCING OUR KITCHEN COLLECTION From bakeware and appliances to flatware and glassware, our new kitchen collection has the essentials you need to create and serve your favorite tastes of the season. NOW AT…

3 min.
tv guide

we are risk takers, course changers, path makers, creators, dreamers, storytellers Our 2021 Launch We are thrilled to be so close to the launch of our network. From the beginning, our goal for the stories we share has remained the same. We want to tell stories that unite instead of divide, stories that serve to inspire and uphold beauty, stories that entertain and draw out curiosities. For us, that’s what this is all about: creating a space on television where viewers will feel their time with us is time well spent. Here’s a sampling of what you will see on Magnolia Network food & cooking Stories that celebrate food—how it’s grown, prepared, and eaten—and all the ways it connects us to each other. JO’S COOKING SHOW Spend time in the kitchen with Joanna as she shares with…

2 min.
proof of living

LOOKING BACK AT THE THEMES THAT DEFINED OUR YEAR SPRING | PURPOSE To approach a new beginning with purpose is to dive deep on a search for that which stirs you. And when you find it, to let that be your compass. While committing to a purpose can sometimes feel daunting, there’s grace in trusting that where you are today matters for who you will be tomorrow. SUMMER | RISK Once a purpose is defined, one way we can move forward on our own paths is with risk. This summer the challenge—in our pages and in our world—was to learn to live with risk as a more constant force in our lives. And then to choose courage in the face of the unknown. FALL | RHYTHM When folded into our days, using risk to pursue our…

2 min.
the embrace of winter

The day we head out to our local Christmas tree farm is its own kind of holiday in our home. Once we’ve chosen the largest and most fragrant pine we can find, it’s back home and up to the attic to gather the ornaments and decorations. When night falls, all anyone wants to do is gaze up at the tree lights till our eyes are too heavy to keep open. In that moment, all is calm, all is bright. We are wonderfully aware that Christmas is here. Winter settles in around us this same way. Even as the natural world is winding down—branches quietly lose their leaves and gardens lay bare—the first morning chill, when it hits us, wakes us up. The first snowfall catches our breath. In that moment, winter wraps around…

1 min.
hello, bright eyes

restore This hydrator is best used in the morning for an eye pick-me-up that awakens tired eyes with circulation-boosting rosemary extract. TAMMY FENDER Awakening Eye Gel, $84; tammyfender.com. protect Try a gentle, non-stinging mineral formula that shields from the sun while brightening with probiotics and pomegranate. SUPERGOOP! Bright-Eyed 100% Mineral Eye Cream SPF 40, $36; sephora.com. brighten With light-reflecting particles, depuffing caffeine, and brightening pine-derived PhE-resorcinol, this cream attacks darkness under the eyes. LA ROCHE-POSAY Pigmentclar Eye Cream for Dark Circles, $43; dermstore.com. lighten This lightweight blend of 10 percent pure vitamin C and tripeptides was shown in clinical trials to help visibly diminish dark circles after seven days of use. KIEHL’S Powerful-Strength Dark Circle Reducing Vitamin C Eye Serum, $50; sephora.com. seeing the value in eyes that are RESTED AND REFRESHED hydrate Multiple hydrators including seaweed extract and allantoin work together to erase…