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1. O : The Oprah Magazine
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2. Domino
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3. InStyle
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4. Good Housekeeping
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5. Redbook
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6. Self
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7. Womans Day
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8. Seventeen
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9. Elle Decor
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15. Jane
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20. Girlfriends

1. O : The Oprah Magazine
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Asin: B00079RO7G
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Publisher: Hearst Magazines
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Motivates and Inspires You To Better Things

Oprah is living testimony that you have to constantly strive to become a better person. There is no quick remedy to become a better and positive person, and instead you have to constantly work at it. Of course, we don't have Oprah's wealth and support system to help us, but what we do have is this magazine. This is a great self-help magazine.

In today's world where we are constantly strapped for time, and our attention span cannot last more than 5 minutes, this is a great magazine to read and imbine motivation and inspiration.

What makes this magazine a little different from others is that it has examples of real people that you and I can relate to. What I find very interesting is the last page where Oprah pens her thoughts, and reveals her inner-feelings. I remember that in one of the issues Oprah mentions that even though she can afford to buy lots of clothes, she still stops and asks herself if she needs to buy this new piece of clothing. You instantly know that Oprah does not believe in squandering away her wealth, but is careful but how she spends it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Greatness
I love O Magazine because it really helps me to be the very best person I can be.

I am continually striving to improve my life and my circumstance, and this magazine brings me fresh ideas and perspectives about that every single month.

Some of the other greatest and most helpful items that I've discovered also include...

GIANT STEPS by Tony Robbins

The NEW SEX NOW dvd by New Sex Institute

GODDESS WORSHIP video by Dr. Clarke

SONICAIRE toothbrush

THE BIBLE

4-0 out of 5 stars Be the Advocate!

Like millions of others I am Oprah follower. I do watch the show as often as my time allows. However, I think that the magazine is many steps behind the show. Maybe it is because we are all used to do some errands when the commercials come on TV during the show. Maybe because the show does not seem to be contracted out to other celebrities to fill the void...

I am simply overwhelmed by the amount of advertising in the magazine.-- What a waste of paper! I imagined that "Oprah Inc." is rich enough to give up on some extra revenues for the sake of better content...

I also find that it would be more interesting to diversify the articles with some not-so-accomplished authors as Dr. Phil. Why the magazine does not bring to the daylight some great books that deserve much more attention than they are presently given? It is a big mystery to me that such a great volume like "Can We Live 150 Years?" by Dr. Tombak, remains obscure, while other authors, are being thrown in our face day by day to the point of nausea... I'd imagine that this would be a great opportunity for such media like Oprah Magazine to step up and play the role of the advocate, discoverer, promoter, or whatever you call it. Some things simply need more publicity, so why pass on the opportunity and play the same old record again and again...

So much critique and still 4 stars? Hey, I criticize to improve things that I like. Oprah magazine deserves 4 stars, but it can be even better...

3-0 out of 5 stars Great Magazine However...
This magazine is unlike other magazines that are focused on gossip, foolishness and sex.I read almost every article in each issue that I have received thus far.

Upon receiving the first issue in my subscription to O Magazine, I was pleased to find that particular issue was 350+ pages thick.I later found that approximately 75% of that issue and following issues were advertisements.If I wanted to flip through multiple advertisements, I'd subscribe to Vogue or Cosmopolitan.If O Magazine published articles alone, it would consist of no more than 100 pages, which would probably cause a huge reduction in the cost ...

4-0 out of 5 stars She has survived past so many that have tumbled.
Overall, the magazine is positive and forwardly focused so in that sense there are moments of empowerment. The photography is phenomenal and the features are well-written but can be quite bland.I think one issue is often simply more of the same from the issue before so an issue here or there is interesting but a subscription would be redundant.

How many women are there who have Oprah's business acumen and are intelligent enough to stay out of controversial personal entanglements like "O" say Martha or Rosie?I have to be in awe of Oprah's achievements and the staying power to continue the selling success with a magazine that by all accounts is a photographic journey of Oprah on every cover - every month for five years.No super-model on the planet or even the most succesful actress can include that on a resume! ... Read more


2. Domino
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Asin: B000979370
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Publisher: Conde Nast Publications Inc.
Sales Rank: 22
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars This magazine has changed the way I think about my home
Fun, Inspirational, And boy is my husband in TROUBLE....I have NEVER had more fun shopping for my home...I thought I had a "problem" before....as a decorator, I am constantly on the prowl for new and innovative resources...this magazine shares more insider resources than I could ever imagine...how did the editors find SO MUCH to cover?And How will they possibly fill 10 issues per year with SO MUCH tempting inspiration?domino also helps my clients explore merchandise helping me do my job even more efficiently.I read all the home magazines and domino has revolutionized the magazine world!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great new style mag for your home!
I recently picked up the premiere issue of Domino. It was love from the first page. I style homes for a living and found this new magazine to be different from the usual decor magazines out there. Domino has hip cool pictures, innovative ideas, and encourages individual style. The best feasture is that this is a shopping magazine so exactly where to buy these chic items are listed right on the pages. ... Read more


3. InStyle
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Asin: B00007IJX0
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: The Time Inc. Magazine Company
Sales Rank: 9
Average Customer Review: 4.64 out of 5 stars
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Articles about beauty, fashion, and media personalities.
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5-0 out of 5 stars My new favorite fashion magazine.
I'm not really the kind of person who gets into the whole fashion/beauty faze, but "InStyle" is definitely one heck of a fashion magazine! It combines celebrity lifestyles with the latest fashion and beauty trends. There are great articles and interviews with your favorite celebrities; the clothes are (for the most part) gorgeous. With "InStyle" magazine, you can take a look into the home of Britney Spears, find out what the perfect clothes are for the right vacation, and get the latest tips on beauty. This is not some teenybopper magazine, either. It's a fashion magazine for adults. The pages are slick with glossy photos. There are plenty of ads, but "InStyle" is well-worth it. For all fans of fashion, beauty, and celebrities, "InStyle" is the must have magazine.

I highly recommend "InStyle" magazine.

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98/100
A+

4-0 out of 5 stars One of the best all-around fashion magazines
"InStyle" is a compendium of something for everybody: fashion, beauty, accessories, celebrities, interior design and entertaining. Refreshingly absent are the usual banal columns on advice, sex, gossip, and other filler you find in fashion magazines that don't stick to what they know. InStyle does, and holds its own with any fashion magazine on the market. Its target audience is younger than "Vogue", but there are ideas in its accessories, interior design and entertaining sections that are relevant to women of all ages. The layout and photography are excellent. InStyle runs more editorial pages per issue than any other fashion/beauty magazine, most of which are mainly advertisements. It's a relative newcomer to the world of fashion magazines, but it hit the ground running and it's still one of the top contenders.

5-0 out of 5 stars Push Your Boundaries
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This magazine is great for helping you to WANT more...
More style, more fun, more joie de vie...
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It is definitely great for shaking up a complacent lifestyle and helping you attain higher aspirations...
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Some other great ideas for women who want more out of life are the CD "Voice Lessons To Go" and the videos "New Sex Now" and "Goddess Worship" -- the last one is really amazing if you aspire to attain higher levels of intense sensual pleasure.
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1-0 out of 5 stars Beware of InStyle's advertisements
I was recently enjoying my latest issue of InStyle when I came across a large, glossy ad for cigarettes. To my knowledge, there have been none in the past 5 or 6 months. I wrote a letter to the editor and ended my subscription. Any magazine that claims to be about womens' interests owes it to us not to promote the sale or consumption of cigarettes.

4-0 out of 5 stars Fashion with some celebrity news thrown in
It would seem you can't get a fashion mag to update your wardrobe without reading about some starlet's opinion on peace. But at least In Style takes the entire magazine from a style point of view, not a "10 best ways to drive your lover insane" or "What J-Lo thinks about Iraq" point of view.

The magazine is useful for trends and of course it's a good "sitting under the hairdryer at the hairdresser's" kind of fun thing to glance through. If you keep up with fashion trends, this is one of the better magazines on the subject. ... Read more


4. Good Housekeeping
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Hearst Magazines
Sales Rank: 32
Average Customer Review: 3.71 out of 5 stars
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Articles of interest to homemakers, dealing with topics that include food, fashion, decorating, beauty, diet, health, fiction, current affairs.
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4-0 out of 5 stars 2.50 Cover Price, Do Your Math!!!
Ok, Amazon has it at 10.00 as of Feb 2004, and the cover price is 2.50 Enough said right there. But let me inspire you further, Amazon's price is even cheaper than directly from the publisher!!! OK, as for the magazine itself, this is another one my mom likes to read and which I find myself checking out from time to time. Good Housekeeping has existed for many years and is ranked 5th in the USA for sales! It has a circulation of over 4,000,000. It covers an array of topics including: food, fitness, beauty, child care, money management, health news, travel, and human interest stories. This is a magazine that would be great for any homemaker (is that one word or two?) If you are a parent or someone who has their own place, this magazine could be a big benefit to you. It's main aim is at women, though many men read it for its insightful articles.

5-0 out of 5 stars I love this magazine!
Good Housekeeping is a wholesome, clean, serious magazine. Various topics that may be found in an issue - how to raise children, household tips, financial help, or marriage advice - suggest that the magazine is geared towards the middle-aged to the older woman. I'm married and only in my 20s, but I get so much out of reading the articles and advice anyway.

I absolutely love this magazine! I was looking for a magazine with good, long articles to read, and I found this great one. They even re-designed the look, and it's excellent. Everything is more organized, clearly separated into their respective sections, and each page is clearly marked with the section heade so I'll always know which section I'm on.

I particularly enjoy the articles about real-life triumphs and tragedies, Talk to Me by Joy Behar about relationship advice, and Peggy Post's Etiquette Dilemmas.

4-0 out of 5 stars To the person from the UK...
Ok, so you wrote in forever ago and will probably not see this... Size 8-16 in USA clothing is equivalent to about size 16-32 in the UK. As you can see, this magazine targets the average American woman.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not For Men!
Seeing Nicole Kidman on the cover of a magazine called "Good Housekeeping" gave me goose bumps! But beware! This is not a fantasy magazine for men! I was expecting great pictures of the ladies, together with heightened stories about good looking chicks doing housework. You know, "She bent over in her French maid's uniform, blond hair sweeping across her pert shoulders, and proceeded to spread lemon-fresh floor wax across the freshly scrubbed floor, rythmically, in perfect circles..." Alas, there are no centerfolds or fantasies, or even great cartoons here. Instead, this is a magazine for women who want to learn shortcuts, and a lot of it has nothing to do with housekeeping! The articles have lots of numbers (7 ways to do this, 11 steps toward that), and the advertisements are the reason your woman crunches up funyons on top of your Cambell's soup. Again, Good Housekeeping is not for men! And I recommend that, for their own sake, men do not get it for women.

3-0 out of 5 stars A worthy publication
Usually has something of interest to read and/or save. Certainly in league with Ladies Home Journal or Redbook. Don't need a subscription to all of them, but all of equal quality ... Read more


5. Redbook
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Asin: B00005N7SG
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Hearst Magazines
Sales Rank: 93
Average Customer Review: 3.62 out of 5 stars
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If you find the sex-and-the-single-girl style of Cosmo less relevant to your current how-do-I-juggle-kids-husband-job-sanity stage of life, then congratulations, you've graduated to Redbook. Don't worry, this isn't your mother's magazine; Redbook is loaded with steamy Cosmo-like articles (in other words, sex, sex, sex), only now they're covered under "Love and Marriage" and deal with helping you keep things together at home (including a monthly Q&A with John Gray called "Passionate Monogamy"). From here, Redbook branches out, with sections on kids and parenting, food, health and fitness, beauty, fashion, celebrity profiles, short fiction, book excerpts, and making time for yourself. --Jenny Brown ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars Not Mao's Vision!
I subscribed to Redbook to rekindle memories of my glory days. In 1968, at the gates of Berkeley's Sproul Plaza, my fellow White Panthers and I sold copies of Mao's little Redbook. Boy, have times changed!! In the sixties, Mao prescribed hunger and hard work for The People... making them too worn out to question what is best for them -- The Revolution! Today's Redbook wears The People out with capitalist trivia!! Alas, the end result of Mao's Redbook and the current version are similar: The People are led to conformity and full acceptance of their all-knowing leader. But in this reader's humble opinion, Mao's vision reaches further than Dr. Phil or Dr. Atkins! I call upon Redbook to return to its original vision!! Power to the People!!! By the way, the jello salad recipe (May, page 74) is to die for!.... I recommend using the *small* marshmallows:-) Enjoy!

4-0 out of 5 stars Still pumping away after all this time
A long time subscriber, I usually find tips and articles that teach me something or that I want to pass along to friends.

5-0 out of 5 stars Redbook the great
I get a magazine every month and I have to say Redbook has gripping stories, and amazing deals. I bought my first copy of Redbook in August of this year and lets just say I wasted no time sending off for my subscription. I look forward to recieving my magazine every month and if you haven't signed up already... your missing out!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Being Well-Rounded is a POSITIVE thing
If you're a busy mom or a person who considers her family to be the most important priority in life, get this magazine.

Other readers have complained that Redbook is well-rounded, or a little TOO well-rounded. Well, that's exactly what's so great about it. Because it is so well-rounded I haven't had to subscribe to Allure for beauty tips, to In Style for fashion advice, Shape for fitness tips, Cosmo for "romance" tips, etc.

The articles are very helpful- not shallow, as "A magazine reader from CA" stated above. The women's health articles have a lot of depth in my opinion. For example, I would have a hard time talking to my doctors about certain scares that I have regarding my body if it weren't for articles that I found in Redbook. They're not sensationalized articles like I've read in other magazines. Another section I find helpful is the fitness section, which has motivated tremendously. I also enjoy the beauty/fashion section, which features AFFORDABLE beauty/fashion tips. The articles on keeping your husband happy are a bonus, because we all can't be Super Moms. Some of us do want to keep the romance alive despite our daily tasks. As for the articles on children, they are incredibly helpful with the children in my family.

Well, let me just reiterate: If your family is the biggest priority in your life and you want a magazine that's tailor designed for the sexy, responsible mom in you, subscribe to this magazine.

5-0 out of 5 stars little bit of everything
I love this magazine. It has articles, marriage, sex, women's lives, etc. I don't know why the others didn't enjoy it. ... Read more


6. Self
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Asin: B00005NIOS
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Publisher: Conde Nast Publications Inc.
Sales Rank: 100
Average Customer Review: 4.55 out of 5 stars
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Covering women's fitness, beauty, health, nutrition, and style in a breezy but authoritative tone, Self is a handbook for self-improvement. The magazine reads quickly, featuring loads of lists and short segments garnished with bright graphics and numerous product images. The exercise features are outstanding--clearly explained and illustrated moves accompany inspiring photos. Every issue contains creative routines and practical advice for staying motivated and preventing injuries. Self's signature "Flash" pages offer bite-sized bits of the very latest findings and trends for busy women. Usable features such as "Style Lab," in which wearable clothes are mixed and matched on nonmodels, and the "Eat-Right Road Map," with tips and healthful recipes, make this magazine more practical than the standard women's glossy. --Amy Horn ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars I love this magazine!
My Self subscription started when Women's Sports & Fitness was cancelled. While it's not quite as athletic as that magazine was, Self has an extra emphasis on participation rather than competition. They use "reader models" in a lot of their photo spreads, and really emphasize the idea of a healthy and strong body, over an idealized "fashion model" body. Articles discuss the latest gym class crazes, nutrition and supplement breakthroughs, and debunking of fad diets. They do include some fashion (focus on workout apparel) and makeup (emphasis on natural look and healthy skin) info, but this is not a foo-foo Cosmo magazine. There are healthy recipes, workout plans targeting a new body part monthly, and creative ways to workout outside the gym as well as inside. Overall, this magazine focuses on real women's lives and how to make them healthier, happier, and more fit. There's a lot of practical advice here that is very applicable to most people's lives.

5-0 out of 5 stars My self-help glossy mag of choice!
While I look to Glamour and Mademoiselle magazines for intelligent topics on women's interests and look to Cosmopolitan for sex and relationship advice and Vogue for the latest fashion trends, I look to Self for self-improvement. This glossy mag features articles on how to stay fit, eat healthy, look and feel great and delves into issues such as breast cancer and different types of painful menstruation as well as articles on what a difference it makes to eat strawberries instead of chocolate for snack and the importance of drinking water. (My skin is looking great for having started drinking more water.) It is the mag I look to to make me feel good! I have learned how to eat healthier snacks and different exercise routines by reading this gem. This is my first year as a subscriber to this magazine and I shall continue to subscribe to it every year!

5-0 out of 5 stars I'm singing and walking!
This magazine is so inspirational! I've been working out regularly now for 4 months. I feel so much better about myself that I have started to do other great things like taking a cooking class and SINGING! I even bought a voice lesson CD to practice regularly (Voice Lessons To Go by Vaccarino-it's awesome). So I'm cooking and singing and walking. Next I'll be kayaking!!

2-0 out of 5 stars reasonably attractive, but content-starved
As another reviewer stated, the content repeats over and over again, making a renewal a waste of money. Yes, Self has nice photography and a pretty layout, but that doesn't make it worth five stars. If you are even remotely into fitness, then Self will merely bore you - it contains such obvious information that it's almost laughable. Still, you might want to try it once, since it's cheap as magazines go, but reading it for true inspiration (other than all the beautiful models in tiny shorts that make you feel guilty) is a waste of your time and money. Reading it for fitness information would be like reading People magazine for political issues. There are better magazines out there, but this'll do if you just want something to leave lying around your house to make a good impression.

5-0 out of 5 stars Get to know your self
This mag is great for any woman wanting to get to know her own self better. I would also recommend that women look into the videos "Goddess Worship" and "New Sex Now" for vital explorations of key areas of female pleasure. ... Read more


7. Womans Day
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Publisher: Hachette Filipacchi Magazines
Sales Rank: 95
Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
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Edited to meet the daily needs of today's American woman. Including info & advice on beauty, fashion, food, health/fitness, home, family, relationships, careers, money, management, crafts & current issues.
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4-0 out of 5 stars Full of good stuff
If it's important to women, they cover it. Each month I keep pages from this publication--recipes, articles, websites or products to try... bits of info to pass along to other women. Just a damn fine publication.

2-0 out of 5 stars Boring, Really Boring
.... The articles and spreads are not at all remarkable; there's nothing here that will blow your mind. The projects are fun but they don't look good at all. The recipes are ok but nothing you couldn't find in any cookbook. I understand that for a very low price you get 17 issues but if you actually hold an individual issue, it's incredibly thin. I noticed that even the binding is bigger than the amount of paper! .... Woman's Day is the school marm of the bunch.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Very Happy
Subscriptions started promptly and I loved every issues. I cant say enough about Amazon.com. Everything they do is 1st class. You have a customer for life. Thanks!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Creative Recipe Ideas & Fun, Colorful Articles about Life
A real favorite in this magazine is the page of quotes, It is sure to bring a smile or teach you something about life. They also always have cleaning tips, health topics, diet and exercise solutions, true stories, beauty hints, inspirational articles, soul nourishing tips, recipes, recipes and more recipes, family/children, flowers, end of the magazine article to make you think about life, and gardening hints.

If you want to find a cover story fast, they have an "on our cover" section in the index. In Every Issue there is a shopper's guide and a recipe index.

The articles are helpful and in the March 2002 issue they had an article on how to be less stressed. They also had an article on PCOS which is apparently more common than we women think.

The beauty sections show you the newest fashion and you can decide if you want to adapt your style to the trends. Always seems rather chic.

Some of the recipes in the March 2002 issue included:

A luscious Lemon Coconut Pound Cake
Coconut Macaroons
Peanut Butter Oat Bars
Baby Cheesecakes - really cute
Banana Salsa
French Oven Beef Stew
Pasta with Shrimp

The recipes are not difficult and seem practical.

Even the advertising in this magazine is colorful and fun.

A Very "American Gal" type magazine.
Nothing fancy, just real life.

5-0 out of 5 stars it's just great
I'VE BEEN READING SO MANY MAGAZINE SINCE I WAS A TEEN AND I THINK THIS ONE IS THE BEST. IT IS NOT MUCH INTO SEXY STUFF OR STYLE OR...BUT STILL IT HAS A PICK OF EVERY USEFUL SUBJECT. ... Read more


8. Seventeen
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Publisher: Hearst Magazines
Sales Rank: 44
Average Customer Review: 3.95 out of 5 stars
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The perky authority on all things girl since 1944, Seventeen magazine still provides advice and encouragement to masses of young misses. Although the primary focus is fashion and famous folk, this teen zine is not mere eye candy. Mixed among the cutting-edge styles (and multitudinous ads) you'll find short but plentiful articles. Topics range in import: fluff stuff like "What Will You Wear Back to School?" and "The Ultimate Ponytail Guide" is balanced by heavier fodder, such as "No One Believes I Was Raped" and pieces on having a gay sibling and the dangers of binge drinking. Skewed largely toward a Caucasian teen audience, the magazine's coverage of beauty and relationship conundrums does offer nods to young women of color. The tone is resolutely positive, and amid all the talk of must-have hairdos and hottie alerts, the message is girl power in its most nonthreatening guise. --Brangien Davis ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Good magazine...but not my favorite.
I just recently started to subscribe to SEVENTEEN (but I've been reading it for years), and I have to say that it's a good magazine. A little too much on the fashion and beauty, but still a good magazine. It's a whole heck of a lot better than the new outlook on the 'TEEN magazine, but not as good as 'TEEN PEOPLE, which is still my favorite teen magazine, even though they feature too much of N Sync and Britney Spears!

SEVENTEEN gives a lot of helpful advice on the latest fashion styles, beauty styles, dating types, guy info, sex&body talk, and celebrity info. It also has a lot of real-life articles, and articles about what's going on in the world right at the moment. There are hot guys featured everywhere in this mag...so there's another plus! And yes, there are a lot of ads, but doesn't EVERY magazine have more than a dozen ads featured in every issue? I also, however, could care less for all the prom stuff that they feature in the magazine during prom time, like in their latest March 2002 issue, which I just received today. One of the other downsides of this magazine is that they feature too many perfect-looking models for all the ads and everything. I wish they'd have more normal looking girls to pose in the mag!

There are not a lot of issues featuring N Sync with SEVENTEEN, and actually, not many celebrity articles (which I happen to like best in magazines). If you are looking for a good teen magazine, then I suggest either SEVENTEEN or 'TEEN PEOPLE. All in all, SEVENTEEN is great!

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for teenagers.
In my opinion, Seventeen is the best magazine for teen girls. I've been reading it on-and-off for four years now, but only recently began to read it again. It's not some childish, boy obsessed, teenybopper magazine. There are some great, monthly articles, like "When I Was 17," "Solve My Problem," "My Life," "Traumarama" and of course, horoscopes, entertainment, fashion, beauty and more. The true-life stories they feature are really interesting, also. They recently did an intriguing article about emotional abuse.

A couple years ago, I would've said that Cosmo Girl was the best magazine for teenagers. Unfortunately, it's gone downhill and has little substance left. If you want an interesting, fun and informative teen magazine, look no further than Seventeen. After all, it's been out for nearly sixty years. They're clearly doing something right!

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best teen magazines
Seventeen has been around for 60 years, and tons of teenagers have grown up with it. Recently, Seventeen got a new look and feel, with more mature articles and interesting features for older teeens. Seventeen is good for those teens who feel like they've outgrown other teen magazines but want one that will guide them through college and beyond.

Seventeen features many stuff that teens like to read about- the latest celebrity news, CD and movie release dates, fashion and beauty tips, love and romance, real-life stories, fun stuff to do, and more. As an added bonus, Seventeen covers more worldwide issues then other teen magazines and gives them to you from a teen's point of view. Seventeen also gives you plenty of college and sex advice, which older readers will connect with.

What I love about Seventeen is not only the plentiful amounts of news and real-life stories, but also that it features many bargain items in the Fashion section that are awesome and affordable. Seventeen is a wonderful magazine for bargain shopppers- it features plenty of clothes, make-up, hair products, and jewelry for those with smaller budgets. Additionally, the health and fitness pull outs in each issue are wonderful! Seventeen has plenty of nutrition tips and simple workouts that'll have you seeing lots of results fast.

Seventeen is a wonderful magazine overall- highly recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Perfectly Well Rounded Magazine
This magazine is a perfect magazine for anyone. It has true life and drama, make up, beauty, health, a monthly interview on the cover girl (or girls), and so much more. They have great monthly workouts that focus on certain parts of the body like buns, abs, and legs, and the good thing is...they actually work! They have so many things to offer that I am not surprised it's the most widely read women's magazine in the country!

5-0 out of 5 stars going UPhill...fast!
A few years ago, Seventeen used to be nothing but one huge ad for pretty boys and makeup. Under Atoosa's leadership, it has become mature and interesting. I appreciate the articles on politics, government, and world affairs. The magazine has is a great education for young girls ... Read more


9. Elle Decor
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Asin: B00005N7PY
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Hachette Filipacchi Magazines
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Average Customer Review: 2.83 out of 5 stars
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Elle Decor presents top-of-the-line interiors with a younger, more sophisticated, and more whimsical air than most of its competitors. Nestled somewhere between pristine Architectural Digest and the Gen-X Wallpaper, Elle Decor is a colorful, imaginative, and reliable source for interior design ideas and trends. It's a little bit of fantasy for all tastes, with its visits to gardens, grand estates, city townhouses, tiny apartments, bungalows, and country homes. The magazine also synthesizes fashion and décor by including shots from runways, swatches of garment and decorating fabrics, and matching décor accessories. Correspondents travel the world to report on food, style, and interior design, and every issue includes a handy listing of its findings for globetrotting collectors and foodies. Aware that some of their readers are urban dwellers with limited space, the editors offer a monthly "Solutions" column with ideas from various designers on solving small-space challenges. --Gilia Angell ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars Get UK Elle Decor Instead
As another reviewer pointed out, the British version is much better, with great features and much better graphic layout. The U.S. edition is all ads with very little interest or resources regardless of your budget. Skip the U.S. version totally.

2-0 out of 5 stars over 95% ads, pricey furniture
The first Elle Decor that I got in the mail I sat down to flip through it page by page. After going through the entire thing, I had to go back to the table of contents to specifically look for any articles. Yes, there are articles, but you have to do some hunting, and even when you find the page number, the article is usually just a small paragraph in the corner of a page surrounded by ads. On the plus side, the magazine is nicely bound and thicker than most house decorating magazines.

The reason I am not giving it 1 star is because there are some good decorating ideas for someone with contemporary taste. The furniture is pricey (couple thousand for a simple plastic chair, for example) but easy to emulate for the frugally-minded person. You could easily find knock-offs at your local Target. If, however, you wanted the exact piece and had the money to pay for it, you would have to travel to select places in New York or California, or get in contact with the artist him/herself. That is just not practical for most homeowners.

The decorating style is very modern, with simple clean lines, minimal distractions, and 1 of 2 color schemes - either bright colors (think Todd Oldham of Target) or black/silver. Occasionally they will feature eclectic styles, such as log benches from one artist in CA. But for the most part, highly contemporary. The magazine is best geared towards professional interior decorators with elite clients.

1-0 out of 5 stars Nothing inside
This magazine is so full of ads. The worst part is that most of the ads are for things that I could never afford. By the time I flip through all the ads, it only take 15 minutes to see everything that is in the magazine. Also, there is little to no explanation.

5-0 out of 5 stars Subscribe at all costs!
While other reviews are far from glowing, I find that I love this magazine and await its arrival each month. While there are plenty of ads (like any magazine), these ads are as interesting and visually stimulating as the wonderful articles. I subscribe to over 10 architecture and interior design magazines and this is by far my favorite. It highlights interiors which are stylishly current while staying traditionally rooted. Definitely an Urbanist's magazine.

1-0 out of 5 stars Ads ads ads...it should be free!
The covers are very deceiving! This magazine is so full of articles that I can hardly find anything else in it! The publishers might as well give them out for free considering all the money they're making off the advertisements. It's disappointing to say the least... ... Read more


10. Womans World
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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars A magazine no woman should be without
I have been reading Woman's World magazine for about 2 years and have not missed ONE.I keep all of the magazines and refer back to different articles from time to time. I have encouraged all of my friends to purchase this terrific magazine and of course they are hooked. For the price of this magazine and the wealth of information it contains, I feel like I have saved thousands and learned so much. Keep up the great job and I would recommend WW to publish books by topics such as good health, home and family,food and nutrition etc.... LOOK THIS MAGAZINE THANKS

5-0 out of 5 stars My All-time Favorite Magazine
I have loved this magazine since the mid-80s when my mom bought it and I would read hers. Since getting married over 12 years ago, this magazine has been my own little weekly, inexpensive treat to myself. The articles are very inspirational, and I love the craft and decorating ideas; health, money and fashion tips; advice; etc. The recipes are GREAT! My husband is a gourmet chef and has used many of the recipes for entertaining! My son likes to try the cute cake ideas. My kids used to like looking for Womans World at grocery checkout counters to find the next issue for me. Thanks to the discount through Amazon, I now will be receiving the next 52 issues right in my mailbox. Read this magazine -- it will brighten your (and your family's) lives! ... Read more


11. Ladies Home Journal
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Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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Ladies' Home Journal both empowers women and applauds their growing power by focusing on issues that are important to them. As the oldest women's service magazine in the country, it addresses a variety of topics for active women who are evolving in new directions. Highly informational features and articles highlight food and nutrition, health and medicine, beauty and fashion, home decorating and design, parenting and self-help, personalities, and current events. Features from past issues include interviews with celebs and women in the news, life changes for a healthy heart, and warming up with comfort food. From how to handle stress and make new friends to the latest in home design and lingerie, LHJ caters to both a woman's head and her heart. --Rhonda Langdon ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars is your health making you fat?
a front page title: is your health making you fat? it was related to some kind of hormones that causes a series of symptoms and make a woman to gain weight waist up.

4-0 out of 5 stars full of good info
Whenever I pick this up, I usually find several articles to pull out and mailto a friend. That's the mark of a good magazine in my opinion

4-0 out of 5 stars Keeps You Company
Ladies Home Journal provides practical advice on how busy women can be happier and more effective. The articles are straightforward, easy to read, interesting, and assume the reader is intelligent (which is more than I can say for many women's magazines). I especially like the health and fitness news because it usually pertains to women exclusively. The celebrity interviews are fun, too, and the recipes are easy enough for anyone to follow and enjoy. I give it four stars because I can always find at least one topic that really interests me in each issue. ... Read more


12. First For Women
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Sales Rank: 199
Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Poor Print Quality
I thought the articles were very good but visually the print quality was very poor, in some of them,such as eyebrows on cheeks and lipstick not just on the lips. This was my first purchase of the magazine so I don't know if this is an ongoing problem or just this issue (May 31 2004).

5-0 out of 5 stars Latest Diet
I've heard so many good things about the new diet ("Flush the Fat"?). You're supposed to lose 8 pounds a week (and it's a 3-week program). My teacher is on it, and has lost a pound a day! She also says that she is extremely full when she goes to bed, and almost wishes she could eat less. Could someone send me a copy of this diet and food lists? If I have success, I'll post it here and recommend it further. But from what I've seen it is fantastic!

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5-0 out of 5 stars The Only Magazine I need !
I just adore your magazine. I have been reading it for the past 5 or more years. I have share my copy witrh friends and family members. Now they call to discuss articles with me. I especially love your health information but I think too much space is used up on the hair do section. Iwould like to have more information on money management.
If it is possible can you please send me a copy of 1/26/04 article on Flush the Fat diet.
Thank you for a great procduct.

Olivia M. Colon

5-0 out of 5 stars Long time reader
I have been a reader since this magazine arrived many years ago at $1 an issue. I continue to be a reader because it covers ALL the requirements I have for an "after the kids go to bed"read:
recipes, hairstyles, travel, weight loss stories as well as diets that I have not tried!

Nothing in First is too heavy of a topic. One can read or flip through its pages and still sleep well without guilt.

I will continue to be a subscriber for many more moons!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Fun flipper
This magazine has great recipes (at least they Look delicious) that are light or a good party pleaser, the recipies are actually written on the back of the picture so this has been the best mag if you just want to cut out the little square that takes one fourth of the page and put it in your collection.
Not that the fun stops there. This magazine has tons of pictures of celebrities usually in some form of a "mistake" and a "fix it" article. Yes the mag is definatly written for woman (though I am a guy) because it has details about fixing hair and clothes (which I was amazed that they had reasonably priced clothing)... overall I found that this mag was for actual practical use! Also every issue is written in a supportive way about how to focus on the body with a healthy diet.
I would suggest this to any female even if you just go pay the newstand price of 2.50 per issue. There are little antics through out the magazine which make it perfect to look through at an office or in luxery in what free time you can muster. ... Read more


13. Shop Etc.
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Publisher: Hearst Magazines
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14. Mary Engelbreits Home Companion
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Publisher: Belvoir Publs Inc
Sales Rank: 217
Average Customer Review: 4.78 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great discovery at garage sale!
I came acrossed an older stack of this magazine at a garage sale for $1.00. I have never spent such good money, not only have I poured over every magazine at least twice, but everyone that has been to my home and picks one up, begs to take them home with them. I have now subscribed, and plan on saving every one indefinitley.

4-0 out of 5 stars I hate Mary Englebreit's stuff, but I love her magazine.
I can't stand the cherries, the cartoon scotty dogs, the rosy-cheeked kids, or the cutseyness of her artwork, but I seriously love her magazine. It's a home magazine for creative types-- not glue-gun-and-wooden-geese types, but truly passionate people (probably mostly women) who have a love of old things, a willingness to jump in and experiment on their homes, and a desire to "live the creative life."

Yes, you'll flip past some ads for her products, but inbetween you'll find pictures of homes decorated by their owners (not a hoity-toity design firm) and instructions for unique projects (dare I call them crafts?) that won't look--- well, like you did them yourself.

It's definitely a magazine I'd recommend-- even though I will never, never own a ME teapot, card, gift box, wall hanging, print, wallpaper, tea set, christmas tree ornament, hatbox, figurine, pillow, stationery, purse, journal, doll, rug, fork, candle, poster, screensaver, needlepoint kit, pincushion, or tin.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fun, Sweet and Relevant! Perfect for Mom AND me!
This wonderful magazine covers a variety of home-happy topics such as decorating, gardening, cooking (lovely themed menus and yummy recipes), reading, pets and so much more. It arrives every other month and is devoured cover-to-cover immediately. Each issue contains ideas and articles for holidays and seasonal events, and even includes a "Breit Ideas" catalog of Mary Engelbreit-produced items in the back.

Seriously, I wish that this magazine were a weekly publication -- it is really that good -- but there is just NO way that all the great features would survive such a punishing schedule. I've been a subscriber since the premier issue way back in 1996, and have always been pleased and surprised at Home Companion's quality, relevance and cleverness. Even the advertisements (which do not overpower the issue's contents) are appropriately themed and often lead me online to look for items!

If you are looking for a gift for a mom, aunt, grandma or sister, this is a perfect selection. I had to get a sub for my Mom because I certainly wasn't giving up any of MY issues!

4-0 out of 5 stars Practical
For the discerning home owner who want ideas that are realistic.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Comfort Magazine
Cover to Back Cover, I really enjoy this magazine. The stories are warm, wonderful and encouraging - follow your dream - kind of stories. The recipe section is delicious, easy to follow and family friendly. I even enjoy the advertisements - it makes you feel creative and motivates you to get busy doing the things you love. ... Read more


15. Jane
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Publisher: Conde Nast Publications Inc.
Sales Rank: 146
Average Customer Review: 3.79 out of 5 stars
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Leave it to Jane Pratt, the young maverick editor of Jane, to name a magazine after herself. Jane (her readers call her by her first name) and her best friends (who just happen to work at Jane) gossip about what to wear to that cool party, who is the gutsiest or wimpiest celebrity, or which cold medicine tops the road test ("Phlegm Be Damned"). The fashion pages freely mix designer wear--a Versace dress over a Gap T--which lends them a streetwise edge. Every issue bursts with chatty features with the usual girl stuff: clothes, makeup tips, food (but not diets!), movie stars' lives, music, and horoscopes, interspersed with serious social issues and liberal servings of addictive reader surveys. --Katherine Koberg ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Jane magazine is the best!!
hmm..Jane magazine..where to start...first, let me just say that i have a subscription to practically every magazine focused towards women under the age of thirty...and i have found that Jane magazine is by far highly superior to the others. No other magazine compares to the level of greatness that Jane has achieved. The actual content is wonderful! The articles are at times thought provoking and meaningul..but all the rest is helpful and often hilarious! Jane is the one magazine that makes me feel compelled to stop what im doing and read it the moment i receive it in the mail. If you are even considering subscribing to Jane, you definately should. It is filled w/articles, reviews, some celebrity talk,awasome advice and hilarious editorials that will become something that you look forward to every month. Also, keep a look out for the prank and the week long challenge (not sure what they're called) articles, they are soo funny. Have fun reading!

5-0 out of 5 stars Jane is so sassy!
I'll admit, I was hesitant to buy this magazine, I thought it wouldn't live up to the wonderful former publication by Jane Pratt, Sassy magazine. (Remember all those gasp-out-loud articles??) JANE has all the humor and down to earth articles we loved about Sassy, but now its just a little more grown up and glossy. In each issue, I can always count on reading an article about something I've never even gave a second thought to, like the women in Cambodia who defuse land mines for a living. I also enjoy the regular feature columns like "It Happened to Me" where real readers tell their real life amazing stories. Another favorite column of mine is "The Same 5 questions we ask everyone" where celebs are presented with 5 questions that aren't normal celeb interview fare.

The fashion features are very cool and realistic, featuring things you might actually be able to afford. If you need a break from the other magazines that rehash the same old articles like "lose 1!0 POUNDS FAST!" or "what your man REALLY wants!" I definitely recommend JANE.

4-0 out of 5 stars Like reading Playboy for the articles
This is NOT your typical girly magazine. I mean that, however, in the best way possible. It gets to the reader on (some) pretense of fashion, celebrities, and makeup but is really, really a smart read. If you're the quintessential girly girl, it might catch you with its gossip and fashion photo spreads, you'll end up loving it for its "mind", though. No one's too fat in here, no makeup "must-have's", no gimmicks to getting him to love you. Nope, just stuff a little bit deeper in here.

The articles are definitely the best part of this magazine. I've seen everything covered here from politics to perfume testing. It's like no girly magazine you've ever seen before. They do have the usual gossip and trends but put forth in a much more thought-provoking way any smart girl will end up, if not loving, at least liking enough.

They also have the celebrity issue every year where celebrities come together to "produce" most of the magazine. It's quite refreshing to see what these people can come up with, usually with very funny results.

I gotta admit I'm not a subscriber but I do pick it up from time to time. It's a fun, smart detour from the usual Cosmo. Buy it for the fluff, love it for its mind.

5-0 out of 5 stars Always a surprising
Amidst the nail polish endorsements and reviews of different skin bronzers, you will find inteligent, inscisive, witty articles on such subjects as breast-feeding, whitehouse politics as relivent to women's health, and trangendered men and their female partners. Not to mention the histerical interviews with top celebrities and not-so-well-known artists and activists. They lure you in with cover lines like "How to look like a Model on the Cape," while inside, the article makes fun or anorxic, cranky beauty standards. Jane rocks my world on several levels.

5-0 out of 5 stars My Favorite Magazine
Coming from a woman in her mid-twenties, I love this magazine. It is my ultimate favorite one. It has fashion, but isn't cheesy like Cosmo. No articles on "How to Please your Man" nor does it make you feel as if you should have a man, as many other magazines geared towards women do. I once lent my Jane to a friend and she ended up subscribing to it herself. It's a bit more liberal than the more mainstream ones, which is another reason why I love it. ... Read more


16. Bust
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Sales Rank: 194
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Feminists must buy!
This is probably one of the best magazines I've ever read... its fun, witty, political and women empowering. It's probably the only magazine that I have ever read cover to cover. I can't say enough about it!!

5-0 out of 5 stars The best for the younger feminist generations
I have been reading Bust magazine for close to five years now.
I have to say that all of the wonderful things that I love about being a woman are talked about in this magazine. And it isn't just for women, with music and book reviews, the magazine is for almost anyone who has a pulse. The main reason it is for women is that it says everything that our mothers wouldn't say but taught us that we should feel allowed to say.
This magazine is a must for any female who has no problem with calling herself the f-word: feminist.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fresh, Fun, and Female
Picked up this magazine before a plane trip and read it cover to cover. Edgier than Jane with a more approachable fashion sense. How many magazines feature a sex issue with Beck on the cover? How about a great cover interview with Frances McDormand?
This magazine has great interviews funky craft tips, a monthly mechanic's column, and really great back of the magazine ads. Highly recommended. The accompanying website could be better but check it out anyway.

4-0 out of 5 stars I can dig it
From the standpoint of a hardcore feminist this might be a fluffy magazine light on political issues, but as single thirty-year-old black woman, who considers herself a feminist, who owns her own home, works in a large company, and knits on the side, I have to say that I DIG THIS MAGAZINE!

How can you not? First, let me say that it deals with interesting issues such as sex, age, cooking, hobbies and beauty in a way that is smart, not demeaning like you might find in a Vogue or a Cosmo. You will find tips on the best hot glue gun or a how to recipe for an incredble mac and cheese, car maintenance advice, information on art showings as well as articles on body image and pyramid schemes.

B, there doesnt seem to be a target demographic, this magazine would interest any woman, of any age, of any race.

And, lastly, it's fun. Women have many magazines that tell you how you should think, what you should wear, who you should date and why you are the way you are. This magazine doesn't push its opinions on you, it doesn't cajole, it informs. The editors of this magazine seem to know that, as women, we have enough stress in our lives and as they inform they make sure that a little bit of fun is mixed in.

That makes it worth my running out to that obscure magazine stand in Fremont every season to grab a copy. Get a subscription, you wont be sorry.

5-0 out of 5 stars magazine for *real* and multidimentional women
who says a feminist cant be into fashion. This magazine covers it all, with a great sense of humor and respect fow women's minds. You can read it and respect yourself in the morning. ... Read more


17. Pregnancy
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Publisher: Highbury House Communications, Inc.
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18. Bridal Guide
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Publisher: Rfp Llc
Sales Rank: 539
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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In a world where we're barraged with the most expensive wedding planning options, Bridal Guide is a breath of fresh air. For the bride planning a wedding without unlimited resources, this title supplies all the usual and necessary wedding-planning tips and advice, but not every solution is expensive-a refreshingly low-key and realistic approach. Beyond the wedding, relationship advice and home planning are also discussed. Published six times a year, Bridal Guide includes regular features on fashion, beauty, health, and wedding planning, as well "Budget Basics" with money-saving tips, shopping guidelines, and Q&A. As in all bridal magazines, advertising focuses on wedding attire, honeymoon destinations, registry information, and other nuptial necessities. --Elizabeth Bowker ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Best of the Wedding Mags
The three real contenders are Bridal Guide, Bride's and Modern Bride. Bride's and Modern Bride seem to be the same magazine sometimes, and in fact are now owned by the same people. If you want something more suited to a "real bride", it would seem that Bridal Guide is your best choice.

If you have...to spend on your dress, then by all means go for Bride's magazine, but if you are like the rest of us, then Bridal Guide has, BY FAR, the best selection for you. The advice seemed to be geared for regular people trying to have a fabulous wedding, and for the right price too!

There's a wealth of information on planning the event, dealing with inlaws, Honeymoon destinations, buying the dress ... EVERYTHING you could want and more. I love this magazine. Thank you Bridal Guide.

5-0 out of 5 stars WHOOPS
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19. Working Mother
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A magazine aimed at the working mother that includes articles on recent news of note, food and nutrition, features on children of different ages, work and money and taking care of yourself.
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20. Girlfriends

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Publisher: Haf Enterprises Llc
Sales Rank: 854
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Articles & reviews about lesbian culture, politics & entertainment.
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2-0 out of 5 stars i wish
I wish it had alot more information for lesbians instead of those clubs and websites in the back. And I wish it was a bigger magazine. Why pay so much for not much information.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic magazine~
Love this magazine!! Every lesbian should get a subscription! ... Read more


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