I've mentioned Seeing the Everyday before; it's an advertisement free collection of stories celebrating the importance of families. Chock full of beautiful, soothing, nostalgic images, it's like a vacation for the eyes. I love seeing it in my mailbox and carving out some time to sit down with a cup of tea and leaf through the pages. One of the neat things about the magazine is that all the stories come from regular people, so the voices are authentic and simple. I sent an essay that I wrote in grad school to them awhile ago and some excerpts from it ran in the recent spring issue.
They don't pay contributors, but you do get the thrill of seeing your words in print, accompanied by lovely photography. You also get a thoughtful, hand-written thank you note from the editor on their classy, letterpress stationary, which is kind of fun too. If you have a story to share, send it in! It's a wonderful thing to contribute to. I think a quiet place dedicated to celebrating the simple and important things in life is so needed right now.
PS I put the full essay in the comments if you'd like to read it:)