Martha Stewart Living Magazine

Martha Stewart Living Magazine

Published Monthly  12 issues per year
(11 Reviews)
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Martha Stewart Living is a women's magazine that celebrates creative and confident expression in all aspects of home life. Published monthly, each issue shares inspiration and ideas for entertaining, decorating, gardening, cooking, and more. More Info >>
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About Martha Stewart Living

Content is organized into sections titled "Food & Gatherings," which includes recipes, cooking tips, ingredient recommendations, and cocktail pairing advice; "Our Finds," editor-recommended items discovered from artisans and entrepreneurs, travel tips, and even practical products for the home; "Beauty & Style," a collection of DIY fashion, news, and buying guides; and "Good Living," gardening, craft, and decor advice. Reader-favorite features and columns include: "Good Things," inspiration for everyday living; "How-To Handbook," must-have cooking tools and technique instruction; "Homekeeping," helpful hints about common housekeeping needs, such as stain removal; and "Pets," which answers numerous pet care questions.

Throughout the year, Martha Stewart Living may publish several special issues, such as "The Food Issue," "The Outdoor Entertaining Issue," "The Home Issue," and "The Holiday Issue," along with editions devoted to other seasonal topics.

Women who love adding a creative touch to both everyday gatherings and special occasions will find endless possibilities in a Martha Stewart Living magazine subscription!
Issues per Year: 12
Estimated Delivery: 6-8 Weeks
Publishing Frequency: Monthly
Publisher Name: MSLO, Inc.

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Martha Stewart Living

I love the Martha Stewart Living magazines. It's have managed to bring together all the women in America. Every woman will be attracted to something in her magazines. Keep up the great work.

I love the Martha Stewart Living magazines. It's have managed to bring together all the women in America. Every woman will be attracted to something in her magazines. Keep up the great work.

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I thought I loved Martha Stewart's magazine. I found out I only love her Halloween and Christmas magazine though. Everything else is no good. Martha's ideas only work in her multi million dollar homes...Read complete review

I thought I loved Martha Stewart's magazine. I found out I only love her Halloween and Christmas magazine though. Everything else is no good. Martha's ideas only work in her multi million dollar homes. The average person can not use her ideas without taking out a mortgage. As for the cooking part, what is with all the latest magazines? Everyone wants you to buy items that are high dollar, you would have to scour the city to buy it or pay to have it mailed to you. Then after spending a hundred plus dollars on a dish and hours of prep and cooking, you find it may not pass your families simple taste bud requirements. Martha went from a person the small crafter and baker could acheive to over the top impossible. My last 6 magazines all went in the trash after an hour of looking at them. There wasn't a single thing usable. Martha needs to return to some grass root basics or she will loose interest in the population. I personally am depressed she has gone this route. I loved everything she did. Now I'm just disappointed.

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3.0

10 issues, not 12

By spaceystacy

from PA

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        this website states that 12 issues of MSL are printed annually. MSL website says they only print 10 issues, and their prices is LESS. Be careful if ordering from this site.

         
        4.0

        Good recipes, but too sparse

        By Hobby Cook

        from Springdale, AR

        I have had a great experience with other Martha Stewart publications, but didn't realize that this one had a joint focus with decorating, etc. I'm not interested in those elements of the publication so I'm cancelling. The recipes that are included are mostly high quality and draw on a variety of culinary influences and ingredients in a way that is accessible to a wide range of people.

        (3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

         
        2.0

        Subscribers Beware!!!!!

        By A new subscriber

        from usa

        I subscribed to Martha Stewart Living early in January 2012. On January 18th, I received my first issue...the 2-month-old DECEMBER 2011 issue. I don't know about you, but I have little use for an old Christmas issue at the end of January so I wrote to request that my subscription begin in January when I actually subscribed. I received a response telling me that

        (4 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Excellent Content

        By GaGatorGal

        from Georgia

        Magazine is heavy and glossy. Beautiful to leave out on coffee table. Doable ideas and crafts. One of my faves!

        (5 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

         
        3.0

        Martha Stewart

        By Suzee

        from Colorado

        This magazine is a very quick read. I can get decorating ideas, but wish there was more to the magazine.

        (31 of 46 customers found this review helpful)

         
        2.0

        Martha Stewart Living subscription

        By kitty

        from Illinois

        I thought I loved Martha Stewart's magazine. I found out I only love her Halloween and Christmas magazine though. Everything else is no good. Martha's ideas only work in her multi million dollar homes. The average person can not use her ideas without taking out a mortgage. As for the cooking part, what is with all the latest magazines? Everyone wants you to buy items that are high dollar, you would have to scour the city to buy it or pay to have it mailed to you. Then after spending a hundred plus dollars on a dish and hours of prep and cooking, you find it may not pass your families simple taste bud requirements. Martha went from a person the small crafter and baker could acheive to over the top impossible. My last 6 magazines all went in the trash after an hour of looking at them. There wasn't a single thing usable. Martha needs to return to some grass root basics or she will loose interest in the population. I personally am depressed she has gone this route. I loved everything she did. Now I'm just disappointed.

        (29 of 90 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        My home-style inspiration

        By Chalupacabra

        from South

        I love Martha Stewart Living magazine, though I normally feel like an underachiever after reading it. The art direction is stunning, and I like to take the ideas and modify them to fit a more realistic budget. If you get creative, you can recreate a lot of the concepts without spending a ton. Martha Stewart seems to live in a fantasyland where everybody owns several country estates with glamorous names and has pet sheep imported from New Zealand, but bless her, her world sure looks like a nice place.

        (22 of 62 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Thoroughly enjoy each month

        By bryn

        from Idaho

        I really enjoy Martha Stewart Living magazine. I look forward to it each month. The decorative ideas...the food. Who doesn't want to be like Martha? Even if you won't admit it....there is a secret part of you that does.

        (66 of 135 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        Only Magazine I read. Its great!

        By Patootie

        from Upstate, N.Y.

        I look forward to reading Living every month. Its my special time. I cannot talk enough about the exceptional layout and fantastic photo displays in this magazine bravo!

        (11 of 20 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Very Ad heavy!

        By Mer

        from Long Island, NY

        I love this magazine, But......there are literally ads on every page! you turn the page and one side is an Ad and the other is maybe something short and sweet from Martha. There are 3 articles in the middle of the magazine without ads. The rest of the magazine is Ads Ads Ads. The amount of money Martha earns from Ads, you would think the magazine would be free by now! Thankfully I bought it at Magazines.com and got 50% off!!

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        Hi.

        I’m Jesse and I work in the marketing department at Magazines.com. I want to tell you a few of the reasons why I subscribe to Martha Stewart Living.

        Every time I open the cover to Martha Stewart Living I immediately take on the mindset of “I can do that!” I know I can’t be Martha Stewart, but I can read all of the little good things she so graciously provides in each issue of Martha Stewart Living.

        I find many aspects of the magazine truly relatable to my everyday life. When I found this magazine, it was love at first sight: crafts, easy sewing projects, home-made decorations and beautifully photographed meals, all in one extremely well-put-together magazine.

        I consider myself a pretty crafty person and I owe a couple of completed projects to Martha. One craft project in particular I have made multiple times is Martha’s flower tissue balls. These work out perfectly for any special occasion or event and are inexpensive to make. For almost every project she provides great pictures as visual aids and easy to follow step-by-step instructions.

        One other section in Martha Stewart Living I really like is What’s for Dinner. Here you will find great recipes for an entire meal - appetizer to dessert. With each featured recipe an easy to follow preparation schedule is provided along with a tear away recipe card for future reference. The pictures that accompany each recipe are always fantastic and the reason why I try out the recipe at all.

        Overall, a Martha Stewart Living subscription delivers very informative articles and is one magazine you can regularly reference back to, especially during the holidays.

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