Back pages of magazines

When thumbing through a magazine, I always get quite excited especially when flipping to the last page. Commonly, the last page features someone or something real-life-related, which I like. It’s kinda like, after glossy pages of beautiful, ethereal, perfectly styled and presented things, people and lifestyle, it ends with something real and closer to attainment.

On a recent flight which happened to be on a Sunday, I picked up the orangy-pink Financial Times, weekend edition, knowing that there’s bound to be something interesting with a somewhat international appeal in there. This print happened to come with the FT’s monthly glossy supplement, “How to Spend It”. The last page of which was some Mr Morgan describing his perfect weekend.

Nice warm article. I clicked around on the FT website, having considered for a while, and still considering, whether to subscribe to this paper daily. Delightful to find that the whole How to Spend It was available online!

Financial Times - the magazine

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