Hobbies & Interests

DSLR photography for beginners

Fitness and lifestyle blogger Tess from Fitbits shares her tips for beginners’ photography from Practical Photographer magazine.

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Getting crafty at the Brighton Etsy Craft Party

We got our craft on at the Brighton Etsy team's fabulous Craft Party.


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Hog haberdashery with Sew Magazine

Gwen McMullin from fashion blog This Fashion Is Mine had a go at one of the DIY challenges in May’s edition of Sew Magazine


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Punctuation — is it necessary?

Image via Kevin Trotman

There was a mixed reaction when the idea for this article was first batted about the magazine.co.uk office. The non-writers reared up in apprehension: “What a boring idea. Who would read an article about punctuation?” they scorned.

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Making Magazine – spring crafts with Actually I Do

Spring is a great time for crafting, and Kate from Actually I Do rounds up some of the gorgeous spring themed crafts from Making magazine - the essential magazine for any discerning crafter! Why not subscribe to Making magazine today?!

magazine.co.uk Making Magazine Spring Crafts roses apron

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Psychologies Magazine: Cosmo for grown-ups

Lauren from lifestyle & parenting blog Belle du Brighton reviews Psychologies Magazine - the self-styled 'positive living bible’. Subscribe today.

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Shaun the Sheep's guide to magazines

Prepare yourselves. Today is the release of the eagerly awaited movie of the year…Shaun the Sheep the Movie! Remember this fellow from Aardman’s Wallace and Gromit series? Well Shaun is just as mischievous in his movie. Having spent most of his time working on Mossy Bottom Farm with his flock, Shaun the Sheep recently concocted a cunning plan to have a day off with his pals. However, the plan soon spiralled out of control.

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These 12 films will change your life

With so many great movies to be released, we are guaranteed to eat our body weight in popcorn throughout 2015 (what January diet?). From drama to comedy, animation to horror, we’ve scoured this year’s most anticipated films and picked out a few we think you just can’t get through the year without. You never know, they might just change your life.

1. The Theory of Everything — 1 January

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