Front Porch Life Magazine

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Welcome to Front Porch Life

We’re so glad you’re here.

Here is where you will find the connection you may feel you’ve been missing. Front Porch Life magazine is here to remind you of those memories you may not think about often enough. It’s going to connect you with moments that may seem like a lifetime ago, all the while nudging you to create new moments like those in the past.

“I love all that this magazine represents. Delicious recipes, articles and beautiful photos. I love the southern charm and country feel to this magazine. It reminds me of my childhood and to take time to enjoy the simple pleasures in life.”-Diana Koss

Front Porch Life magazine started because of necessity, really. Some of the best times with our family has always been spending time together reminiscing, sharing recipes and having fabulous conversations on the porch. We began to notice that when we were together we picked up the sweet tea and put down our worries and relaxed. We need these moments to reconnect to our past while connecting with each other. Everyone does. You need these moments, too. So, Front Porch Life began.


Front Porch Life magazine has been read over 12,000 times!

“I am completely in love with receiving your magazine Front Porch Life! Living in California for many many years and raised in Mississippi,  I just have so many treasured memories of the South and this is the only magazine that I have read that just brings me so much happiness and Joy as I reminisce all of the memories that you write about in Front Porch Life!! Thank You so much for your Beautiful Magazine!”  Judy Hayes

“The magazine is wonderful. I couldn’t stop reading. I read it from front to back in one sitting. Please keep the magazine coming. Our American people need more of this magazine about a simpler way of life.”-Dan Kelly    

“Loved the magazine! The pictures were gorgeous and your introduction about porches brought back so many memories of my Grandmothers porch in Tennessee when I was growing up. Enjoyed all of the articles and recipes. You ladies are not only wonderful cooks but fabulous story tellers as well. Looking forward to my next magazine. Thanks for sharing.” -Brenda Brown

Front Porch Life magazine is full of content. We don’t allow advertising in our publication. So when you receive our digital publication, you’ll find it full of new recipes, country living, great food, southern charm and cooking tips. All content, no ads. This is not a subscription. 

This is a DIGITAL download. All materials are digital and sent to you INSTANTLY in PDF format. You will not receive a physical book. Download on any computer, tablet, or phone. No refunds. You DO NOT have to have a Paypal account. Scroll down at checkout to use your debit or credit card. 

Instant download means you can start reading, relaxing and reminiscing right away. We send the digital magazine directly to your email. Click picture! 

But wait.. there is more…..

Remember, Front Porch Life  is a lifestyle. It’s about encouraging you to slow down and relax. It’s about sunsets, sweet tea, heart felt stories and great food. It’s about southern charm and family traditions.

It’s about what’s important in life.

In this digital magazine you’ll find all of that and much more.

Have you read our 2019 issues? If not, you can buy all 4 at one time!


This is a digital publication and is sent directly to your email. You can start reading immediately!

Here are some more great testimonials from our wonderful readers! We are blessed with an amazing audience and are so glad you all continue to support us. Thank you again for loving our publication. We worked hard to keep the price way down so that everyone can continue to enjoy Front Porch Life.

“Love your magazine, brings back memories as a child growing up with no tv, computer, cell phone or phone of any kind.  Growing up on a farm in the south, one never had time to be bored there was always plenty of entertainment.”-Sandra Thomas 

“I thoroughly enjoyed this issue. While reading this issue,  I was taken back to my childhood days of visiting my Grandparents in Speedwell, TN. I was raised in Baltimore, MD, so going to my Grandparents house was a total culture shock, but in a good way! I experienced food I had never eaten before, but to this day still crave. Waking up to homemade biscuits baking, that were served with sausage gravy that was to die for. Pinto beans and fried okra, fried potatoes and homemade corn bread for lunch was my favorite meal. Of course, fried chicken with all the fresh veggies we picked that day for   dinner was always a hit. These articles took me to a place I hold dear in my heart to this day. When you talked about your twins outings, I felt like you were describing my childhood visits to my Grandparents house. I did all of those things they did, short of sneaking in kittens! Thank you for taking me on a magical journey back to my childhood, visiting a place that doesn’t exist anymore except in my memories and in my heart!”-Lisa Evangelisto


Did you read our spring issue? It’s full of fabulous new recipes, country living, traditions and so much more. Click cover to catch up! We received great reviews about this issue.  


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THIS PRODUCT is a DIGITAL DOWNLOAD: All materials are digital and sent to you INSTANTLY in PDF format. You will not receive a physical book. Download on any computer, tablet, or phone. Instant download means you can start baking, cooking and reading today. Enjoy!

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