My Favorite Cosmo Magazine Picks (July 2014)
Hey guys welcome to my first ever edition of The Kissed Files. The Kissed Files will be a collection of things I have archived and just simply wanted to share with you my readers. Today I’m pulling my favorite articles and things from the July 2014 digital edition of Cosmopolitan Magazine on my iPad. I will be sharing a little snapshot of my favorite things I’ve read in the magazine, give you a little write up about why I love it and the page number from the magazine so you can check it out. Click on the pictures and Enjoy xx ♥
If you’re a fan of The CW’s 90210 then you probably know AnnaLynne McCord. In the July 2014 copy of Cosmo Magazine she does an article where she talks about her life growing up in a strict household, leaving home and moving to the city and what her life was like before and after she got raped. This story is one of my absolute favorites from this magazine. It is definitely a must read on page 121.
This recipe I found on page 195 looks so yummy to try. This recipe seems like the perfect dish to serve at a fun and cool rooftop BBQ or picnic ♥
I absolutely love this piece on page 108. Layla Joy totally threw caution to the wind, believed in herself and totally rocked her pitch to Mika on the streets of NY. I think this is so badass!!!
On the iPad edition of Cosmo they have this cool little horoscope thingy. If you click on your birth month it matches the drink best suited for your month. I’m a Scorpio and my drink theme is “Dark and Stormy” You can click next to view a better picture of The Scorpio themed drink.
This can be found only on the iPad version on page 204 on the iPad edition of Cosmo Magazine,
Definitely my new mantra (pg 108)
Katy Perry def knew what she was saying in her article (129) Love this quote and it’s so true.
Kudos to Amber Koonce. I admire what she is doing in Ghana for these young girls. Love her mission and the goal for her organization. (pg 114)
A cosmo magazine wouldn’t be complete without a little romance. This story absolutely wrecked my heart. I commend this woman for loving this man despite everything he is faced with. Her husband is a beacon of strength. I admire him for not letting his disability slow him down or take over his life. I love this article on pg 160