It is no secret that I love magazines. Even when I was very young I was subscribed to a magazine called Dini, which at the time was a kid's version of a business magazine my dad was subscribed to. And every month I waited eagerly to see what adventure "Dini" [the main character] would go to and teach me about. Ha! It was such a cute little magazine. And as I started growing up I continued to subscribe to cheesy tween magazines and even now I am still in love with beautiful magazines and have too many subscriptions for my own good.

So it was a pleasure to stumble upon Disfunkshion Magazine. This beautiful magazine embraced my inner boho soul with beautiful fashion spreads of flowy clothing and metallic jewelry. I was captivated by the beautiful and creative photography, and for my inner intellect, deep written articles covering issues that are relatable to every young woman today.

With a positive message in mind this magazine really was everything I was looking for in a fashion magazine. Featuring women who are making a difference in their world, bringing light to important issues we are facing in our world today, as well as bringing some light-hearted articles, like A Single Girl's Guide to Loving Life, including awesome songs to listen to and love and embrace your single status.
I recommend this magazine to every girl who is tired of the trashy, same ol' same ol', magazine and looking for something to feed your mind & soul with.

To get yourself a copy of this summer issue click here to find out where you can get a copy.

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I was not compensated to create this post and all opinions are my own. The Creative Workforce is a section in my blog to promote small and local business that are having a positive impact in their realm and are striving for excellence in their craft and social awareness. These are businesses that are continually pushing to take our world forward through their creative expression.


  1. I've loved magazines since forever too! My parents always subscribed me to Ranger Rick and National Geographic, and I STILL love them! I kinda wish I hadn't cut up all my National Geographics, though... I went through a stage where I had to decoupage everything and none of them survived it.

    1. hahaha. I know exactly what you mean. My Vogue's are all cut up too. :D

  2. There are so many cool magazines out there I want to read! I should suck it up and subscribe already.

  3. Oh gosh, this magazine looks amazing! I love how creative it looks...for $18 I don't mind subscribing!

    xo erica



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