Welcome to American Family Magazine
This is a relaxing place for family and friends from all walks of life to seek inspiration to help enrich their travels along life’s highways and byways. Please come sit on our front porch and have a nice tall glass of iced tea while our family enjoys your company and your family enjoys our stories.
Most of the articles in American Family Magazine are written by everyday folks who are experts in the subjects about which they write. This way, we are able to provide more in-depth, informative articles for our readers.
Who knows more about home cooking than grandma? You will find many great family recipes written by home cooks, chefs and catering specialists from all over America. If you have a great family recipe you think we should post, please don’t hesitate sending it our way. We’ll take a look and get back to you.
When the economy took a turn for the worse, we began providing information for entrepreneurs, and investigating job opportunities that would help supplement our readers’ regular incomes, and alleviate that added stress in their lives. About half of our readers today visit our Entrepreneur section for our trusted investigative-style articles.
Our Handyman, Health and Gardening sections are very popular, too. Please share your news with us if you would like us to share it with America. We hope you enjoy your visit to our family magazine, and thanks for stopping by.
Jobs are scarce in America. People are getting desperate and creative in looking for ways to put food on the table. Instant Rewards Network promises hope, and is beginning to gain notoriety and people are looking for answers.
This puzzle tests your knowledge of words representing animal groups. And the animals are loose! Can you put them in their correct group? Write the letters next to the correct numbers below. Each group of 10 numbers goes with the group of letters to the right of them.
In one edition of American Family Magazine we had a puzzle called, “What’s Up Doc?” where we asked our readers to match the cartoon characters to their famous phrases. How many can you name?
The Full Money System scam intro video is painful to sit through. Lie after lie is told about the Full Money System scam. Let me tell you a secret about this.
Guy steals stunt plane at air show nearly killing himself and the show’s spectators. Watch him get thrown out of the cockpit as he tries to land and the plane spins wildly out of control.
Fun crossword puzzle in the shape of a 4-leaf clover. Enjoy!
Enjoy a Fun Food Word Find, Open Air Puzzler and Difficult Maze that you can print and take with you!
This is an amazing video compilation of some unbelievable people doing incredible stunts. The production is very well done too. This will be one of those videos you share with your friends! Use the social buttons below to share it on Facebook, Twitter, Email, etc. Enjoy!
Chain Reaction Puzzle are like the game show. Find words to complete chains. For example, can you fill in these blanks: WHOLE M____ CHOCOLATE B____
Children’s eyes are more vulnerable to sun than adult’s eyes because their lenses are more transparent, which allow more UV radiation to reach the retina. Use these useful tips to protect your child’s eyes during the summer months.
Spider veins are characterized by a smaller version of varicose veins. Most commonly found around the ankles and thighs, these tiny veins may cause a red, blue, or purple discoloration below the surface of your skin. The main cause…
If you’re not getting enough sleep you may be setting yourself up for anxiety, depression, metabolism issues, a heart attack, or worse. Are you getting enough sleep?
I would like to address the part of your home that is both indoors and out: the windows. Lets begin outdoors. No matter how old your windows or your home, the routine maintenance is the same. Begin by…
So queenly that Mary Queen of Scots declared her beauty in her rhyme and, “…reigned in her garden most sublime.” Marigolds, or Calendula in its Latin formality, are the unassuming, golden flowers with a pungent odor.
Winter’s winding down, the soil’s warming up, and the garden calls to us! Is your garden calling out for renovation or redesign as your family grows, your needs shift or your interest in the garden changes?
A vivid childhood memory of mine was my dear Grandmother giving me teaspoons of sugar because I was so thin hoping that it would make me fat and sassy, like a Kewpie doll.
Pomme d’Amour… She started her career in the Americas but was shunned because of her family heritage, that of Deadly Nightshade. So begins the odyssey of our tomato, long disputed as to whether she is a fruit or veggie and with a questionable heritage to boot.
Daffodils are blooming and black bears are emerging from their dens unseasonably early. Spring weather has arrived in parts of the Pacific Northwest, and along with the warmer weather, bears are already becoming active.
Navigating the world of childcare can be like driving through an obstacle course especially when you are a busy parent trying to secure the ‘best fit’ possible…
Can you keep a secret? People who are not from Seattle think it rains all year. We know different. And we know how to cram a summer of fun into…
Traveling to the East Coast this summer? Here are some places to check out while you’re there!
The consequences of the actions of one generation ARE visited on the next, and also on the ones before. Parents do not stay together and provide a loving home and family example for their children. Their children do not understand the value of a carefully chosen mate who could bring a lifetime of joy to the new family. Sadly, their life goals become muddled as they begin to engage in sexual activity before their brains and emotions are developed enough to understand.
It’s not what you think it is. But it is a word used carelessly, often loaded with frustration, and sometimes as the pointed sword of anger and revenge.
The word is…
The issue of self-esteem is critical to all success, your children’s and yours. A short translation is: the better you feel, the better you do. Not fancy but true, true, true.
Here’s how it works:
Spring break is just around the corner. What are you going to do with your kids for a week? If you have the time and inclination, consider a trip to Portland. Portland is home to a slew of kid-friendly activities — indoors and out — designed for children of all ages.
The eateries, the night life, the history and the fog; San Francisco secrets abound! Founded June 29, 1776, the beloved city on the bay has survived a…
Curtains are usually the key to community accord, but they would need to be eight-inch-thick lead sheeting. Last night, with my curtains closed and bedside light off, I read a book. Wearing sunglasses. Under a blanket.