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Hi. I’m TV & Radio host Patricia Lopez.
I love working in entertainment and I love magazines. When I get a few minutes to sit down and relax, one of the first magazines I grab is People. Part of the beauty of People Magazine is that it allows me to get completely immersed in a story, but also I can also finish reading each article quickly. So when those inevitable distractions do come about, I can put the magazine down, deal with the problem and easily get back to my reading.
People magazine has the perfect mix of celebrity coverage and human interest stories. The articles really do have mass appeal; we always leave the issue on the coffee table and almost everyone who comes to our home picks it up and flips through. The magazine’s coverage is so vast that it really can be enjoyed by anyone.
Other magazines have sensational headlines, which are obviously an attempt to get people to buy their product. People is different. The information seems more factual, and quotes are always from a real person, not “a source close to the couple.” People Magazine simply tells a story, many times in the voice of the subject, and often providing perspective that can’t be found other places in the media.
And of course, the photographs in People are great to look at too. They are usually accompanied by cleverly written blurbs which explain the photo while also informing the reader about what each celebrity is up to, whether it be filming a movie or enjoying a Hawaiian adventure. It is aspirational, without being obnoxious.
The section called “Heroes Among Us” is aspirational in a different way. It showcases regular people who do extraordinary things. When I read this section, I am often inspired to become a better person.
Most importantly, I feel that I can trust People Magazine. I don’t doubt that the information they are giving me is accurate. I value the recommendations they provide, whether it be in fashion or book and movie reviews. Somehow, People Magazine has become the voice of a friend.
If you’re looking for a good read that covers this wide range of celebrity and human interest stories then I definitely suggest checking out the current People subscription offers at Magazines.com.
Hi. I’m TV and radio host Patricia Lopez.
Even though I have lots of choices about how and where I get my news from, I continue to turn to Time magazine. Like everyone else, I get tired of being bombarded by news on the Internet and TV and enjoy the fact that I can sit down and read my Time magazine at home.
The first thing I do when I get my latest Time magazine issue is read the “Milestones” column. It’s one page of historical moments and blurbs about significant cultural events. Usually I learn about something I can’t easily find anywhere else just from reading this page.
In my opinion the job of a weekly news magazine is to go a step beyond newspapers to provide a more balanced and analytical view. Time does a great job in this respect.
Its coverage is both proactive—covering topics that need to be exposed and reactive—providing commentary on important events across the globe. I also really enjoy Time’s coverage of pop culture. I can trust their movie, book and album reviews.
I appreciate the diversity of Time’s reporting and the mix of articles. And it’s not just politics; Time has regular coverage of art, community, health and religion. While providing humorous, lightweight sections that are great, quick reads.
In addition to the reporting and writing, Time always has outstanding photos, diagrams and infographics that make detailed articles more comprehensible. I enjoy this magazine’s visual design as much as the information.
Still, my favorite issues are the special issues that focus on the big picture of one subject—environment, community, invention, new leaders or the Time 100 that highlights the most influential people in their fields; the list goes beyond business and politics and includes artists.
Thank you so much for checking out the current Time magazine subscription deals today at Magazines.com. If you have any questions please give a call to 1-800-MAGAZINES or send an email to email@example.com
Hi. I’m Patricia Lopez, here at Magazines.com to tell you a little about Entertainment Weekly Magazine. Entertainment Weekly is an excellent resource for all that’s hot in pop culture. From music and movies to television and books, Entertainment Weekly covers it all. One of my favorite things about Entertainment Weekly is their Must List, which is a weekly list of the top ten things that they love in entertainment. It helps me find new movies, TV shows, DVDs, CDs, and books that I might have otherwise overlooked.
As a movie buff, my absolute favorite issues of Entertainment Weekly are their Summer and Fall movie preview issues. I love to see their sneak peaks, feature articles, and reviews about upcoming blockbusters. Their Critical Mass chart lets me easily scan the grades assigned by various critics to new movie releases, so I know which flicks are worth seeing over the weekend. The Box Office Chart is also fun to see where my favorite movies are stacking up.
One section that always makes me laugh is the TV sound bites, which highlights some of the funniest and most unusual quotes from the week in television. Their What To Watch guide also gives a great overview of some of the upcoming highlights on various shows. And their weekly ratings chart lets me know if my favorite shows are in the top 25. In addition to movie and TV news, Entertainment Weekly also devotes a couple pages to music and book reviews. They cover everything from bestsellers to some of the more unusual releases.
While there are other magazines out there covering movies, television, and music nobody else covers it all like Entertainment Weekly does in one magazine. It’s a one-stop source for everything in pop culture. And it really is a fun read, right up to the very last page, which is called The Bullseye. The Bullseye is a handy recap of all the hits and misses from the week in pop culture news.
An Entertainment Weekly subscription is perfect for anyone who loves music, movies, television, and books. And with the current subscription offers at Magazines.com it’s a great way to keep up-to-date with everything going on in the world of entertainment.
Hi. I’m TV and Radio host Patricia Lopez here at Magazines.com to tell you why I love my US Weekly Magazine subscription. Working in entertainment, it’s my job to always be up-to-date on what’s going in Hollywood.
Now while there are a lot of great entertainment magazines out there, I really love the insider information I get when my US Weekly arrives. Not only does it cover the award shows and red carpets, it goes a step further and takes you behind the scenes, backstage, into the dressing rooms and into the after parties. While US magazine covers the juicy Hollywood tidbits like who’s dating who, who’s doing big things, and who’s up to no good, I love that they dig a little deeper to give us more than just the Hollywood news by also showing us ways to incorporate a little Hollywood glitz and glam into our own lives.
With US Magazine, it’s not just about covering celebrity style and showing what the stars are wearing. It’s taking it a step further and showing me how I can get that same look for less without the movie star paychecks coming in! From celebrity fashion to health, beauty, diet & fitness advice from the stars, I love that US Weekly really gives everyone a way to put a little Hollywood glitz into their own lives.
If you love breaking celebrity news, movies, music, television, fashion and entertainment then I definitely suggest checking out the current US Weekly subscription deals going on here at Magazines.com.
I’m Patricia Lopez and thanks for stopping by!
Hi. I’m Patricia Lopez. Being a “foodie” who loves to cook but is always short on time is hard. What’s worse is trying to sort through piles of cooking magazines to find a new recipe quickly when you should already be out the door. Luckily, Food Network magazine came along to save me!
I already loved the channel, so picking up the magazine was a no-brainer for me. Food Network magazine is fantastic because in the first few pages, I’m given not only a recipe index with pictures (great for all you picky eaters out there) but also a celebrity index as well. Let’s face it; if I’m in a hurry to find a light recipe, it’s nice to know I can skip Paula Deen’s recipes on pages 40-45. Also, there are clearly labeled sections for weeknight cooking and weekend cooking so I know not to even think about certain areas of the magazine if I need a quick fix.
Now, here’s what I love even more about my Food Network magazine subscription. Let’s say that magical afternoon does come where I can sit down and finally read all the magazines I’ve been saving up. It’s perfect for that too. I can easily spend hours flipping through the recipes, chef features, and travel specials in each issue. My must read article each month is the “Copy That” recipe. I also love the Food Network Kitchens section in each issue where they do their very best to replicate a famous restaurant dish and it’s always right on. It’s great to surprise friends with a favorite restaurant meal at home while looking like a kitchen rock star! Food Network magazine really captures the personalities of its chefs and shows, and I’m always excited to see its bright cover in my mailbox each month.
So whether you’re a closet wannabe gourmet chef, a busy mom looking for ways to keep your picky kids eating, or maybe both, then a Food Network Magazine subscription should be right up your alley.
Hi. I’m TV/Radio host Patricia Lopez here to tell you a little bit about how Cosmopolitan magazine has fit into my life over the years.
Every issue of Cosmopolitan is jammed packed with the hottest fashion trends, latest beauty tricks and helpful tips to spice up your relationship. I feel like the main focus for Cosmo is to deliver up-to-date, fun content women really want to read. And Cosmo delivers juicy articles on juicy topics every time!
If fashion, dating or beauty is not your thing Cosmo also offers great articles on bettering your career, staying fit, eating healthy and in-depth features on cultural issues, domestic violence and much more. This magazine really has something for everyone even men, who secretly read Cosmo for the relationship tips and advice. I’ve heard lots of men say this is one resource where they learned a thing or to about how to keep a woman happy!
One of my favorite features to read each month are the confessions. Women and men share their most embarrassing moments and shocking secrets. I can’t put the magazine down once I start reading them, they are hilarious! I’m just glad I’ve never had a personal experience worth writing about….well, at least not one that I care to share in public.
One warning I will give any new Cosmo reader; you may not want to leave this magazine sitting on the coffee table if your grandmother is visiting. The cover taglines can be quite uncensored at times, which may bring on all shades of red to your face.
With the current Cosmo subscription deals at Magazines.com there’s no better way to get your fix of great fashion, health, celebrity and relationship news every month.
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I’m Patricia Lopez.
If you’re anything like me than you are always on the lookout for a great deal. One of my go-to resources for finding deals each month is my “All You” magazine subscription.
“All You” magazine is a great source for practical, everyday advice for the value-conscious woman. This magazine is jam-packed with budget-conscious articles for my home and my everyday life. Want to learn how to wear $50 worth of clothes all week to work and how to feed a family of four for less than $3.00 a day? Yes, it can actually be done and “All You” can show you exactly how to do it.
I originally subscribed to the magazine because I heard each issue was loaded with great coupons. Every cent adds up and I am all about saving money these days. I was pleasantly surprised with the coupons I found in each issue, for things like cosmetics, clothing, food, drinks, household products, and so much more. The magazine practically pays for itself every month.
In addition to the coupons, I’ve also come to love the recipes. I love to cook and am always looking for new ideas. The recipes are always quick and easy for busy women like myself.
A subscription to “All You” magazine is perfect for the bargain hunting, budget conscious individual that is constantly on the go. If that fits your interests and personality then take a peek at the everyday low-price offers we have at Magazines.com. Our subscription deals for “All You” are aimed to help you get more for less, just like the magazine.
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I’m TV & Radio Host Patricia Lopez.
Maxim magazine has been one of the most popular men’s magazines on the market since it first came into publication in the UK in 1995 and then in the U.S. 3 years later. Boasting one of the largest readerships for men’s magazines in the States, it’s no wonder Maxim has been so popular.
I equate Maxim as the Cosmo magazine for guys. Each issue features entertaining stories, jokes, fashion tips, sex and relationship advice, and yes, there are of course plenty of pretty ladies to look at as well.
There are other great men’s magazines out there that cover similar topics, but for the price and value you get from a Maxim subscription it’s tough to beat. For instance, GQ is also a great magazine that has some great fashion advice, but the clothes and fashion they cover can lean towards the spendier side. Fashion tips in Maxim tend to be much more reasonable.
The interviews, product reviews, and stories are witty and entertaining, and the pictures, well, did I mention each issue has a few pretty girls to look at? From both well-known stars to up-and-coming starlets, Maxim magazine never fails to provide guys with a look at some of the industry’s best looking ladies, both through photos and interviews.
Whether for yourself or as a gift, a Maxim subscription is great for any guy and at around 80% off the cover price with the current subscription deals at Magazines.com it’s a great buy.
I’m Patricia Lopez and thanks for hanging out with us here at Magazines.com
Hi. I’m Patricia Lopez here to give you a few of my thoughts on Women’s Health magazine. Women’s Health is a great well-rounded magazine. Don’t let the title mislead you. It’s about total wellness, not just good health.
I mainly read Women’s Health for the health, nutrition and fitness advice. From an expert Q&A, to short blurbs and multi-page articles, the magazine provides a lot of great information in whatever format you like. And of course, I appreciate that it is focused on women. There are special reports on women’s health issues about breast cancer, hormones and other medical topics that predominately affect women.
Women’s Health also does a great job communicating exercise advice. There are always step-by-step photos to provide some visual direction for recommended exercise routines like weightlifting and resistance exercises. It also provides great day-to-day workout and diet plans that are easy to follow, understand and implement. There’s also a focus on weight-management strategies with healthful recipes for everyday meals and low-calorie options for entertaining. And much like Weight Watchers, Women’s Health includes weight loss success stories from its readers, which I find helpful and inspiring. Other topics Women’s Health focuses on include sex and relationships as well as a great regular column called “Life Skills,” which deals with strategies for dealing with stress at work. A recent Life Skills article I found helpful was “ways to manage your manager.”
The tone of every issue is smart and positive, and emphasizes practical tips on how to stay on track with staying healthy and trying to achieve balance in your life. A Women’s Health subscription is really a great addition to any woman’s monthly reading list and the great deals at Magazines.com make it that much easier to make it a part of yours.
Hi. I’m Patricia Lopez.
When I first picked up a copy of Good Housekeeping I thought it was going to feature articles that I couldn’t relate to and honestly, content that was only for Moms.
I was wrong. It has great, relevant articles that apply to any woman, relationship and home. If you’re thinking about getting a subscription to Good Housekeeping, let me share some of the things I love about the magazine.
For starters, it’s easy-to-read. When I first get my issue, I enjoy scanning the “What’s in this issue” page, which lists everything in the issue by subject. I also appreciate the recipes index—after I’ve read through the entire magazine I can go straight for the recipes index to make my weekly grocery list. I also like that cover headlines are called out on the Contents page so that so I can find the cover story quickly and read it first. That’s a HUGE pet peave of mine when a cover line pulls me in and then I have to search through a magazine to find the store. That’s definitely never an issue with this title. I really appreciate that Good Housekeeping is consumer-focused with its test kitchen at the Good Housekeeping Research Institute where they test each recipe at least three times before giving the Good Housekeeping seal of approval. When I see a product has the Good Housekeeping seal of approval, I know I can trust it as a quality product.
There’s even a TECH section made just for us, which usually highlights how to buy a gadget. A recent example would be a report on "The Best Cell Phones for Women."
“Good Enough Housekeeping” is one of my favorite regular departments. From practical tips on organizing my hall closet or a quick DIY decorating idea, it’s information I can use. There are no fussy or complicated projects here.
Even their celebrity interviews dig a little deeper than your usual magazine. After I read the interview I feel like I’ve gotten a sense of the real person behind the celebrity.
If that sounds like a magazine you’d enjoy then be sure to check out the Good Housekeeping subscription deals here at Magazines.com. If you have any questions at all just call 1-800-MAGAZINES, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and the customer service team is always ready to help.
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Hi. I’m Patricia Lopez.
Spending my days as a TV and Radio host means I always have to keep up-to-date on the latest celebrity news and gossip. There are some great publications I turn to so I can stay on top of what’s happening in Hollywood and one of my favorites is In Touch Weekly .
There can definitely be a fine line between news and fluff when it comes to covering celebrities and one of the reasons I’m a fan of In Touch is because the magazine manages to fill its pages with celebrity driven articles and photography without the tabloid nonsense you see in so many outlets covering entertainment.
A weekly subscription to In Touch is a great way to keep up with all the latest and greatest from Tinsel Town. Especially as we go about our busy lives, I really appreciate the way that In Touch provides all the need-to-know stories in a way that’s quick and easy to digest.
I want and need to know what’s going on, but I also don’t have hours to spend reading through celebrity magazines. Their stories are factual and to the point. And I also have to mention that every issue is packed with great quality photos while not being overly saturated with ads like so many magazines out there.
So if you love keeping up with everything happening in Hollywood, fashion and entertainment, but don’t want to break the bank then a subscription to In Touch Weekly is a great way for you to stay informed.
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Hi. I’m Patricia Lopez.
If you’re interested in a subscription to Better Homes & Gardens I’d love to take a minute to tell you a little about what I love most about the magazine. For starters, it has a great focus on family and for me the definition of home is family. The fact that I can always read about how to make my home more organized, efficient and comfortable for my family and friends is why I enjoy reading Better Homes & Gardens.
My favorite section of the magazine is the Better section, which highlights ways to improve your life with topics like the latest allergy updates and recommended vacation spots depending on your family’s personality. Recommended products are featured here too and Better Homes & Gardens focuses on presenting the best consumer products available. It even has an annual ‘best products’ awards as judged by its readers.
I also love the decorating advice. The ideas are always creative, simple and budget-friendly covering tips like 50 ways to boost your style with paint, paper and fabric, or fresh ways to summarize your home. And you have to love the recipes the magazine features. They are always healthful and rarely complicated. I appreciate that each issue usually highlights a new way to use ingredients, like sunflower seeds or ginger and highlights ways I can use leftovers.
The “I Did It” column on the last page of each issue is also a great read. This column features home and garden projects readers have successfully pulled off by themselves, like a backyard garden makeover or creating a craft space out of an empty closet.
Thank you so much for checking out Better Homes and Gardens today at Magazines.com. If you’re interested in subscribing, or have any questions please give a call to the customer service team at 1-800-MAGAZINES or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’m TV & Radio host Patricia Lopez and I know I’m not alone when I say that I love Oprah. Her show was always tops on my DVR priority list so her magazine has naturally gained a special place on my monthly reading list.
If you’re thinking about a subscription to Oprah Magazine let me tell you why I think you’ll love it.
The magazine covers serious topics like health, relationships and career but also covers fun stuff like fashion, books and entertainment. It’s really a whole life magazine, meaning there are articles about anything and everything about life, not just a single focus.
If you’re looking for practical ways to improve yourself and the world, this is a good resource.
I especially like how Oprah Magazine handles celebrity topics. In addition to the usual celebrity interview, celebrities are featured in the “Books That Made a Difference,” column in which they talk about their favorite books and are also regularly featured in the column “Aha! Moment,” in which they talk about a turning point, sometimes a major failure, in their lives or careers.
“Live Your Best Life” is a regular column that includes different views that inspire, motivate and celebrate various walks of life while “Feeling Good” includes health, fitness news and tips.
I also like the regular advice columns from Suze Orman on money, Dr. Phil on relationships, Dr. Oz on health and Peter Walsh on home organizing.
Even though she appears on the cover of every issue, O magazine isn’t all about Oprah. But she does include two columns in every issue.
“O Zone” talks about new things going on in Oprah’s world and highlights new shows on Oprah’s OWN network.
“What I Know for Sure” is the last page and is written by Oprah that focuses on a single theme like family, humility or gratitude.
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Hi. I’m TV & radio host Patricia Lopez.
If you’re thinking about a subscription to Woman’s Day magazine let me share with you a few of the great things about this publication.
What first comes to mind for me? Woman’s Day magazine doesn’t flaunt anyone famous on the cover month after month, but the practical tips inside are empowering enough to make anyone feel like a superwoman.
Generally, the content is based on living well, being well and eating well. Within those three very broad categories are tips on just about anything a woman needs to know about managing a well-balanced life.
Getting homes organized and finances in order are popular topics in every issue. And there’s always an easy craft project that can add a personal or seasonal touch to any décor.
The beauty and fitness tips you’d find in other magazines are presented here too, along with plenty of easy-to-follow steps and affordable product recommendations. And, like the others, they’re still guaranteed to boost your hair’s shine and flatten those abs fast.
The magazine’s well-developed food section covers a little bit of everything too, from must-know nutrition tips and easy no-cook meals to classics and cool desserts to help beat the summer heat. If you like to plan ahead, there’s plenty of manageable menus for holiday meals and weeknight dinners as well.
But most of the content is dedicated to emotional and physical health. Topics in recent issues include assessing relationships and when to let go of them, and how military spouses rely on each other to get through deployments until their loved ones return home.
At its core, Woman’s Day helps readers find a little “me” time, ultimately making that balance between a busy and fulfilling life possible.
If that sounds like a good read to you, and believe me it is, then take a look at the current Woman’s Day subscription offers at Magazines.com.
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Hi. I’m TV Guide and Hollywood 411 host Patricia Lopez here to tell you a little bit about what a TV Guide subscription can offer you.
The great thing about the new TV Guide is that it’s much more than just TV listings. TV Guide offers up their top five picks of the week, entertaining letters from hardcore TV viewers, and fascinating polls on today’s most relevant social topics like “Should Donald Trump run for president?” and “What did you think of the royal wedding?”
One of my favorite sections is the TV Insider, which offers the latest scoop on popular shows. The TV Insider might offer up anything from a week in the life of the American Idol contestants to information on what shows are on the bubble and in danger of cancelation.
The actual guide section of TV Guide, not only gives a day by day listing of prime time shows, but there also highlights and behind the scenes pictures. TV Guide even has sections devoted to Daytime TV and sports highlights for the week. Of course no TV Guide would be complete without a crossword puzzle and horoscope. And last but not least, the Cheers & Jeers section helps to sum up all the high points and low points from the previous week in television. Now tell me, can your cable box’s channel guide give you all that?
Magazines.com is always pushing to bring you the best prices on magazine subscriptions and with the current offers on this title you’ll see that TV Guide is no exception. Don’t forget to catch me covering events for Hollywood 411 on the TV Guide channel and follow me on Twitter @patylonglegs to keep up with what’s happening in entertainment and music. Bye!
I’m Levi Weaver. I’m a Rangers & Mavericks fan and I still remember my first subscription to Sports Illustrated. I was seven or eight, and it came with a free VHS tape of the NFL films' best "Football Follies". At eight years old, that was like offering me a free car. But as the magazines continued to come in, I began to realize that the real treasure was not watching Terry Bradshaw try to tackle a defensive lineman, but the magazine itself.
What struck me first, even as a child, was the photography. From those mid-eighties shots of Dwight Gooden and Joe Montana to the more recent shots of my beloved Dallas Mavericks finally winning their first championship, I have never seen better sports photography than Sports Illustrated. Somehow, SI always seems to have a photographer in the right place at the right time to catch a running back mid-flight, or the face of a tennis player as they hit the winning shot.
Of course, photography alone is not enough to keep me entertained on a flight or a train ride, and that's why Sports Illustrated rises above the competitors: their writing is top-notch. Even as a child, (after checking out the photos) I would flip to the back page first for the special interest piece, then go back and read the Faces in the Crowd with hopes that someday I would accomplish some sporting triumph and see my face among those listed. After that, I would read magazine cover to cover. I haven't played sports in years, but I still do it this way.
As the Internet gave rise to sports blogs and sites, I wondered how Sports Illustrated would keep up. The answer is definitely the writing. You can get the facts from anywhere on the web, but the amount of research that goes into an SI story is second to none. They consistently force me to sit and spend way more time than I had intended, reading a magazine. Getting the facts right, getting the unexpected perspectives, telling the entire story; that's something you won't find in a box score and immediate recap, and it's what keeps me coming back to Sports Illustrated.
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Hi, I’m Jill of Franklin, Tenn. I’m a wife and mom of three teenagers.
My favorite magazine is Real Simple. It’s simple. Really. Every time I get it in the mail, it sits on our kitchen table for a couple of days before I have time to even open it, and I just admire the cover.
The photography and the look and feel of Real Simple make each issue a pleasure to thumb through. Maybe it’s a vintage chair by a hanging red dress in a perfectly organized closet. The cover of Real Simple is always stunning. Most of all, I love how things come together in Real Simple. Sure, there are lots of clever tips for getting things organized, prepared or finished, but there are also stories about the rest of life. Articles on health, financial and professional matters are included as are suggestions for relaxing and having fun.
I have to mention the recipes. They’re easy and quick, which is perfect for me. I love the front-of-each-issue section called New Uses for Old Things. The ideas are sometimes brilliant, sometimes odd and sometimes downright crazy. I can store my jewelry in an ice cube tray? Really? I can take a scratch out of a wood floor by rubbing a walnut over it, releasing its natural oils? It’s this mix of depth and minimalism that makes Real Simple just what it is—real and simple.
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Hi. I’m Jay Clarke and I wanted to share a few of my thoughts about The Economist Magazine.
As President and CEO of Magazines.com, my days are filled with decisions that affect our company at all levels. Finding ways to grow our business that also correlate with the continued happiness of both our customers and employees is no small task so I’m always looking for great resources to help us along the way.
Free time is not something I get a lot of so I greatly value resources that skip on the fluff and push to provide balanced reporting with in-depth and intelligent analysis and insight on business and financial issues that affect us all.
The Economist magazine is one of the quality resources that I respect and can count on for unbiased and fair reporting on issues that matter to our company. Covering both domestic and international issues relating to business, finance, technology, science, current affairs and even the arts, it really is a great magazine full of useful information.
The magazine’s editorial staff does a great job of reporting the facts on whatever issue they’re covering and I also respect and appreciate that they’re not afraid to take a stand on issues that they clearly state and defend. Equally impressive is that while they can take a stance on a discussion, they are able to at the same time remain meticulously accurate, fair and balanced.
A subscription to The Economist also gives you access to more than a decades worth of articles published since 1997 on their website, as well as access to exclusive audio broadcasts.
If you’re like me and appreciate the value of a trustworthy business and financial resource, then a weekly subscription to The Economist is something that would make a good addition to your continued business, professional and personal growth.
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I think one of the earliest magazines I remember seeing is National Geographic. My dad has subscribed to National Geographic for decades and I can remember paging through the issues before I could even read that articles. Those incredible pictures of these far away places just captured my attention from such an early age and I’ve been a fan of the magazine ever since.
I think we all wish we could travel the world, but there’s just way too much to see and way too little time in which to see it. Life always seems to get in the way of my childhood fantasies of exploring far-flung corners of the world, but through the pages of National Geographic I’m able to get as close as I possibly can from the comfort of my favorite chair. From discovering fascinating cultures past and present, to the incredible variety of life on earth and the mysteries of our universe, I’ve also learned about a lot things I wouldn’t have otherwise known about or understood.
The writing in National Geographic always surprises me with new things I had never really thought of before, like the environmental impact of our soon-to-be 7 billion human population… the frailties of the aging U.S. electrical grid... and Afghanistan’s deadly opium wars.
National Geographic really is what I would call a complete magazine. The photographs are beautiful and compelling, the in-depth articles are both colorfully and expertly written, and the content totally absorbs my interest. As one of the biggest magazines in the U.S., National Geographic has millions of readers and many of them keep their issues to read again and to share with others. My dad still has a huge section of his bookcase devoted to his library of National Geographic issues. And that loyal readership is there because the magazine never sacrifices the integrity of the coverage or presentation, and still always manages to keep the look and the content fresh, current, and engaging. National Geographic has been a leading publication for more than 120 years around the globe: it’s simply one of the best written, best produced, and engaging reads on the market.
A National Geographic magazine subscription is a great resource for anyone who wants to fuel a passion for learning about the world—whether it’s the environment or cultures, or anything else that captures your interest. If that sounds interesting to you then take a look at the current National Geographic subscription deals we have at Magazines.com and feel free to give us a call at 1-800-MAGAZINES, or send us an email to email@example.com with any questions you might have. Thanks for stopping by!
Hi, I’m Jim. I’m a senior in high school and I love sports and science. I’m hoping to major in engineering next year in when I head off to college.
Popular Science is one of my favorite magazines because it is a great science and technology magazine. I always look forward to reading it. Popular Science covers a variety of sciences including: chemistry, astronomy, physics, biology, medicine and environmental science.
You can also expect to find regular articles on technology like space, robots and engineering and features on concept cars, gadgets like computers, smartphones and TVs. There are a lot of articles on how things work and new technologies that I find really interesting.
The well-written articles always give a good overview and decent scientific understanding of the topic, but aren’t so complex that I feel like I have to Google terms.
There’s also fun articles like the recent “hottest pepper ever” and spy-like sunglasses. I also really like reading about what’s new in the world of science and technology—from new discoveries to the latest hybrid car designs. Innovation in science and technology is thoroughly covered.
I also like the section called Projects, which highlights do-it-yourself instructions on how to make cool stuff like a motorized easy chair or something more practical like a nitrous-injected dining table. Popular Science really encourages its readers to be innovation—each year it holds a contest for inventors called the Invention Awards and features the winners in the magazine.
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Hi, I’m Beth, a food and drink blogger from Nashville, TN. I’m always on the hunt for new and exciting things in the culinary world so I created my blog, Eat. Drink. Smile. to share all of my adventures, discoveries, inspirations, and recipes, along with a sprinkling of just about anything else that brings a smile to my face!
I’m also a long-time subscriber to Cooking Light magazine. It all began after I gained the dreaded Freshman 15 in college. (Truth be told: It was 20!) I had to make some changes in my life, and the first step was spending several hours of my week in the gym. In addition to working out, I began to get interested in cooking for myself so I wouldn’t have to rely on the campus canteens for my meals.
When I happened upon a copy of Cooking Light at a friend’s place, I was instantly mesmerized by the delicious looking healthy dishes that were featured. It seemed to be the perfect way to start down my new healthier path in life. Over time the magazine has made many changes, and I have to say that I’m happier with it now than ever before. With it’s bright photography and clean layout, it’s an easy and enjoyable read. I’m a very visual person, so I love that it has photos with every recipe, and is not too text heavy.
With food as the focus, the dishes seem to come to life on the pages in front of me. While I sometimes enjoy other food magazines, many of them use exotic or hard to find ingredients in their recipes, and the steps involved in the process are too cumbersome for my busy lifestyle. What I love about Cooking Light is that the cooking techniques are usually very simple, the instructions are easy to follow, and finding the ingredients is a cinch.
In addition to the recipes, I also really enjoy the “Editor’s Dozen” section, where there are always new products and interesting gadgets I’ve never seen before. I’ve purchased many of the featured items for both myself and to give as gifts!
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Hi, I’m Jessica. I’m a junior in high school. I get my fashion fix with InStyle. Fashion designers and photographers are highlighted in a way I can’t find in any other magazine.
I love the attitude of the magazine, which is informative and encourages me in a down to earth way that I can be stylish regardless of my budget. It also encourages me that style is more than just fashion; it’s a form of expressing who I am.
Each issue of InStyle starts with the section “What's Now," a fun round-up of what's new and exciting in the world of fashion. Then it's on to "The Look," and its unique take on what celebrities are wearing.
While InStyle does a great job of highlighting celebrity styles, it also focuses on trends that I can relate to in the section "Your Look." Each month a different piece of clothing is highlighted: Find your perfect jeans, shirtdress or loafers—the clothes change monthly, but the advice remains the same—focus on fit.
I also love InStyle’s coverage of awards shows, especially the Oscars. The magazine always weighs in on who wowed the crowds or who missed the mark.
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Hi, I’m Philip. I’m in the 7th grade and I love sports, especially baseball, football and basketball. My favorite baseball teams are the Braves and the Yankees.
I like Sports Illustrated Kids and this magazine helps me know what’s going on with all my favorite teams and athletes. I really like when the pros talk about tips and what it takes to be a star athlete. There are also quizzes and games in each issue that are a lot of fun.
I like that SI Kids magazine also talks about things like setting goals and overcoming challenges. They write about ways to be your best and live a healthy life. That makes me feel inspired cause my dream is to play in the MLB.
I also like the pictures a lot and every issue also has a 2-page mini-poster, sometimes of my favorite athletes.
A subscription to Sports Illustrated Kids also gets you some other cool special issues. My favorites are the NFL, MLB and NBA previews. There’s also a double issue with a guide to cool stuff for the holidays and a highlight of the Sportskid of the Year. I really like that another kid gets to be in the magazine.
The magazine is really fun. I really love sports. So if you know a young sports fan like me, I think you should order them an SI Kids magazine subscription from Magazines.com right now.
Hi. I’m Jesse. Being a mom has taught me a lot—mainly, that kids, especially girls, are growing up way too fast these days. Between the Internet, Facebook, smartphones and the low-slung skinny jeans in kids’ sizes, we parents are fighting a somewhat losing battle against “growing up way too fast.”
But there are beacons in the night, things to help keep our little girls stay innocent a bit longer. One of them is the sweet, wholesome American Girl magazine, which offers the goodness of making homemade candy monsters for Halloween and how to handle problems at school. These are the things little girls and tweens actually want to talk about—well, that and boys.
Besides featuring “25 ways to transform a t-shirt,” American Girl magazine also celebrates the writing of its readers, even sponsoring fiction contests for young girls. And while you might be begging your girl to get off the computer and to go get some fresh air outside, take comfort in knowing this magazine will make exercise seem a whole lot cooler than you ever could, Mom.
The thing is all of our girls are growing up; we’re just trying to make sure they don’t grow up too fast. Boys can wait and will come and go, but chocolate and candy monsters will serve a girl well for a lifetime.
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Woman’s World magazine’s title pretty much sums it up: If it’s part of a woman’s world, it’s covered every week here.
If you’re a slave to fashion, but not quite supermodel thin, it doesn’t matter. Woman’s World offers advice to real women and shows you don’t have to be a size 2 to look good—and feel good about yourself.
If cooking is more your style, then this magazine puts new recipes in your hands every week. And they range from gourmet tastes to old-fashioned Sunday suppers. Even savvy bakers will find creative decorating ideas here.
And if you’d rather be creative outside the kitchen, there’s lots of crafting suggestions. From decorating your home to reviving an old treasure, a range of do-it-yourself talents is covered.
If you’re like most, saving money is a hot topic these days, and this magazine understands that. If you like news you can use, you’re sure to find it here, among tips like how like how to ward off cancer or how to age gracefully. If you love a good story, this is one of my sources for inspirational tales about women who’ve transformed their lives.
Ultimately, a Woman’s World magazine subscription offers something of interest to women of all backgrounds, talents and ages.
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Rolling Stone is not just a magazine, they are an institution. You never hear it brought up in a conversation where someone asks "Rolling…what?" It's like MTV, Google, Chevrolet, The Dallas Cowboys, …Rolling Stone. It's been a part of our culture for so long now that even in the internet age, this name is synonymous with the biggest names in the music scene.
The biggest acts, the most-coveted festival tickets, the newest videos, the best photos - you're always going to find those in this magazine and on their website. And it will be that way for as long as we have magazines and musicians. Every kid who picks up a guitar or a microphone wants to be on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.
On the other hand, most non-entertainers want to avoid it. And that's really where Rolling Stone shines above and beyond other music magazines; it takes that rock and roll ethos and aims it outward. Do you want to read about rebel fighters in Latin America? How about a scathing exposé on some of the bailout CEOs? Curious what's going on with the Presidential candidates? All of this has absolutely nothing to do with The Edge's guitar pedalboard or the latest Bon Iver release (those are there, too), but it fits. It's not just a glitzy photobook about rock stars.
Of course, at its core, Rolling Stone is, and always has been, a music magazine. Reviews of the latest releases (not just music, but movies, DVDs, and books), interviews, articles… they're all there like you'd expect. And honestly, the reason you expect it is because that has been Rolling Stone's way from the beginning.
New music magazines come and go, and some of them are really excellent, but this standard was set decades ago. Rolling Stone always manages to pry something else, something new, something more personal out of artists, and that, really, is the crux of it.
We still look up to rock stars, on some level, and to have a glimpse into how they think and feel; that's still something that keeps your attention.
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Going beyond just reporting scores, the magazine approaches sporting news with a more light-hearted and often-humorous approach, much like what is featured on the popular cable network. ESPN The Magazine is a go-to source for previews and predictions in all the major sports, mainly Major League Baseball, the National Basketball Association, the National Football League, the National Hockey League, college basketball, and college football.
Each issue features several regular columns and sections including: "The Truth," which tackles some buzzworthy topic in the sporting world; "The Numbers," in-depth statistical analysis, and "The Fix," which appears at the back of the magazine and brings little-known sports stories to light. The "Playbook" section is a collection of news and quick hits across multiple sports. ESPN often publishes special issues throughout the year, which have recently included "The Perfect Issue," "The Photo Issue," "The Money Issue," "The Analytics Issue," and more. Perhaps no special issue is more popular or well known, however, than its annual "Body Issue," which is a collection of photos featuring scantily clad athletes that celebrate their chiseled physiques.
Fans of major sports who like their news with a little personality would enjoy a subscription to ESPN The Magazine!
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Want your kid to have a break from his precious screen time but bypass the wails of boredom, and pestering his brother? Look no further than Highlights magazine. You remember it, right? That great activity magazine you got to work through when all your schoolwork was done. I know I went looking for it not to long ago for my kids, and I’m so glad I can introduce my guys to such a goldmine of entertainment!
Do yourself a favor. Your kids will be so consumed with Highlights’ puzzles and games that they probably won’t even realize it’s learning wrapped in fun – that they can do themselves!, Shh… That’s the sound of peace and quiet in your home. Aside from all the fun that Highlights has delivered for generations, your kids will be also exposed to features on other kids from around the world. But perhaps the very best part of the kids’ magazine is its annual “State of the Kid Report,” which surveys kids on topics like bullying and , what they believe worries their parents, and even gender roles.
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I wanted to tell you a few of the reasons I read Runner’s World magazine.
Between my busy days here in the marketing group at Magazines.com, and chasing my 3 yr. old around at home it’s not always easy to find a lot of “me” time. But no matter what kind of a day I’m having, once I lace up my running shoes and head out the door, it only take a couple of minutes before I start feeling the stress flush out of my body.
Whether it’s a quick 20 minute loop, or a more leisurely 60 min jog it’s always easy to adapt to my hectic schedule. But running is more than just a stress reliever. It’s also the main way I stay in shape.
When I started reading Runner’s World I quickly began to find ways to start getting more out of my run time. I mean, if you’re going to make the effort to get out there it just makes sense to get as much benefit from your runs as you can, don’t you think?
From training tips and techniques from the pros, to reviews of the latest shoes, to recipes and nutritional advice to put more energy in your tank, Runner’s World magazine is packed full of information to help you not only run longer and faster, but maybe even more importantly, to run smarter.
The magazine also features inspirational stories to keep you motivated and encouraged on those days you may want to talk yourself out of your run, as well as local and national race event info for those times you want to challenge yourself along with your fellow runners.
Whether you’re a seasoned marathoner, an occasional 4 miler, or just trying to get started running for the first time, a Runner’s World subscription is something you’d definitely appreciate.
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There’s so much great reading available out there when it comes to magazines, but for anyone who loves the outdoors, you’d be hard pressed to find a more entertaining and resourceful magazine to subscribe to than Field & Stream.
There are plenty of reasons that this is a favorite read for so many sportsmen and women out there. Whether your passion is hunting, fishing, or if you’re just a general outdoor enthusiast, every issue of Field and Stream magazine is packed full of gear reviews, tips, and tactics to make you a better outdoorsman. The intelligent, well-written articles and features will keep you both entertained and informed.
Some of my favorite sections include the monthly Bullet Points with news and information from the experts, and the Reader Tips section where I always find some great new tips.
Now I’m not a hunter, but growing up in Minnesota I do love to fish and this definitely one of my top reads on the subject. Aside from the obvious things most fisherman love to read about with gear and tips, I love the featured pieces each month, especially the variation of locations and types of fishing the magazine covers. One month you may be reading about fly fishing for salmon from a kayak in Alaska, the next you’re caught up in a story about chasing catfish on the Mississippi, to then going after big stripers in the Rhode Island surf. It really covers the full spectrum of fishing styles and locations, which is something I genuinely appreciate and I’m sure the hunting enthusiast would say the same.
So if you’re looking for a great sportsman’s magazine you can’t go wrong with Field & Stream magazine, especially with the current subscription discounts and offers at Magazines.com.
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Hi. I’m Bill. I’m here to talk about Motor Trend, one of my favorite automobile magazines. Its glossy pages are full of spectacular photos and easy to read print. It’s well-written, but not too technical, so the information will be useful to all readers. The main body of the is composed of several articles that are first looks at a car, or possibly a comparison of several cars from a particular niche. These articles are very detailed reviews of the newest cars available.
Motor Trend has a good mix of the types of cars it covers. Some other auto s focus too much on the high-end cars that are out of my price range. The truth is that I like to read about these cars, but the more common cars are what I need in order to make decisions about future purchases.
One of my favorite sections is the (trend) section. It’s basically the Cliffs Notes of what is happening this month in the auto industry. While the focus of this section would be announcements about new cars or features, it also includes things such as legal or business coverage as it applies to the automotive industry.
Just as Motor Trend starts out with the summary of the newest news, it is only fitting that it ends with a summary of the oldest news. The long-term tests are reviews of the s fleet of cars as they age, how well they have fared in cost of ownership and how the editorial staff still feels after spending an extended amount of time with them.
Overall, Motor Trend is an attractive, easy to read that delivers the current automotive trends on a level that anyone can understand. I highly recommend a Motor Trend subscription for yourself, or as a gift for any automotive enthusiast.
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Reader’s Digest magazine has been a fixture on coffee tables for decades and yes, it’s still around and it’s still relevant, even winning the National Magazine Award for general excellence a few years ago, one of the top awards in the magazine industry.
If you think it’s too wholesome or conservative, I’m here to tell you to look beyond these stereotypes.
Reader’s Digest is full of stories you can’t find anywhere else in one place, like profiles on average citizens that risk their lives to save others or people overcoming extreme obstacles to reach an honorable dream. It’s a great change of pace from the standard pop-culture and celebrity news and you’ll get to read about real people who are everyday heroes.
Another reason to love Reader’s Digest is the content isn’t always serious. There are lighthearted quotes, comics and anecdotes sprinkled throughout the magazine that remind me us to laugh. Not to mention the frequent upbeat cover stories like The World’s Dumbest Criminals, Celebrities, Lawsuits and more.
It may sound nerdy, but the Word Power quiz is also pretty entertaining. It’s a simple thing but so much fun. Where else would learn the definition of the noun trug? (FYI - It’s a shallow basket, in case you were wondering.)
It’s also a true digest and the advice is practical, not sensational. There are no overwhelming lists like "30 ways to cook healthy" or "20 ways to lose 10 pounds" here. This magazine has plenty of advice and tips, like insurance polices you don’t need, or secrets of emergency rooms
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Hi. I’m Adam. When I’m not busy working in the marketing department here at Magazines.com, you can probably find me working on some type of home improvement project at my house.
As any homeowner knows, there’s always something that needs fixing in any house. While you can always hire someone to come in to do the job, anyone who’s been faced with a repair bill knows that the costs can add up pretty quickly. For me, that’s where Family Handyman magazine fits helps me the most. Fixing up things around our house started as a way to save money, but now I actually love getting my hands dirty at home. I take a lot of pride in being able to say that I built that, or I fixed this.
The toughest part of any repair or home improvement project is learning how to do it the right way. There are a lot of resources out there, but there’s also a lot of misinformation. What you don’t want to do is spend time, energy and money on something that you’ll have to get re-do down the road. My Family Handyman subscription has been a great resource with step-by-step instructions and how-to photos on practically any project you can imagine being faced with as a homeowner.
Family Handyman has definitely saved me time and money. Even when faced with something outside my skill level, or for those jobs that I just didn’t have time to do, I’ve always been able to find an article that at the very least gave me some peace of mind when I did have to hire a professional. I knew what questions to ask and was quickly able to tell whether or not I was talking to someone I wanted to hire to work on my home.
If you’re a do-it-yourselfer like me, a subscription to Family Handyman is the perfect magazine to add to your reading list. Every issue is packed full of the info and projects that all homeowners face.
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I have long been a fan of Bloomberg so when they purchased Businessweek magazine, I knew that I had to check it out, and I have not been disappointed. A Bloomburg Businessweek subscription offers great business reporting every week that’s full of insider stories on the people and issues that most affect our financial markets and business deals.
In our current age of up-to-the-second information, many websites and TV business channels can be hyper-focused on what is happening right this instant. Who just released an earnings report? Did jobs grow last month? Is the S&P 500 up or down in the last ten minutes? And so on... That’s all great to know, but unless you’re a day trader there’s not a lot you can do with the information.
Magazines can’t be up-to-the-minute, and in this case that’s a good thing. Bloomberg Businessweek is great because it covers the most important business stories in a more thoughtful, in-depth manner than you’re going to get from a website or broadcast. They have all of that nanosecond-level data from their thousands of reporters all over the world, but the genius is in distilling it down from data to information and then to meaning.
When you finish reading one of the feature stories, you really feel like you understand the issue at hand, not just the superficial headlines. Plus, the magazine covers the entire world of business. You are as likely to read about the economics of the Somali piracy business as you are to read about Oprah’s plans for her cable network or when the European Central Bank is likely to raise interest rates.
Finally, and this may sound like an odd thing to say about a business magazine, it’s fun. The photography and graphics are clear in their communication and fun to look at. The “Etc.” section at the back of the magazine examines offbeat topics like the cougar phenomenon or the hypothetical casting of a Hollywood movie about Bernie Madoff. The last page is the “Hard Choices” column, where each week a business person describes one of the defining moves of their career and explains how they arrived at the decision they made, and what it has meant to them.
Even if I only have ten minutes to spare, I always feel better informed and more entertained after spending it with Bloomberg Businessweek.
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Hi. I’m Jay Clarke, President and CEO here at Magazines.com and I wanted to take a minute to tell you a few of the reasons that I subscribe to Consumer Reports magazine.
I think it’s safe to say that we all want to feel confident and secure when we’re spending our hard-earned money. Whether you’re shopping for a new car, looking to upgrade your TV, or need to replace that old dishwasher we all want to be sure that we’re spending wisely and getting the best products for our needs.
But with how quickly things change and all the new products constantly hitting the market, it’s hard for anyone to keep up with the winners and losers out there. This is where Consumer Reports does a great job of keeping me informed with unbiased product reviews and testing in practically any product category I need.
Now I know there are also some great places to check out product reviews on the Internet, but I also know that I need to take many reviews I find online with a grain of salt. Besides, life moves too quickly to spend time searching the web for a review I can trust. With my Consumer Reports subscription I know that I’m getting a quality review that’s based on real research and surveys of customers who actually use the products I’m considering.
What gives me even more faith in the quality of these reviews is that Consumer Reports doesn’t accept advertising of any kind. This way I know that brands aren’t influencing their product rankings with big ad spends.
Consumer Reports really is a great magazine for anyone who wants a go-to source to help with purchasing decisions of all types. If that’s you, then be sure to check out the current Consumer Reports subscription offers we have at Magazines.com and feel free to give us a call or send us an email with any questions you might have. We’re here to help with anything you need.
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I’m Beth, a food and drink blogger based in Nashville, TN and I’m always looking for new and exciting things in the culinary world. That’s why I created my blog, Eat. Drink. Smile., and that’s why I love my Food & Wine magazine subscription.
As much as I enjoy traveling, I don’t have a huge bank account or an unlimited number of vacation days, so I’m forced to get creative. Food & Wine magazine is definitely an escape from reality for me, a way to travel to exotic lands without actually leaving home.
When my new copy arrives in the mail each month, I can spend hours absorbed in the pages, devouring it from cover to cover, transported to another world. One minute I’m at a backyard party in Russia, the next picking grapes off the vines in Italy, and then barefoot on a beach enjoying the day’s fresh catch.
While this particular magazine might not be my first source for every day home cooking, it definitely has a place in my life. When I’m feeling adventurous and up for a challenge, I enjoy picking out a creative ethnic recipe from the pages of Food & Wine and giving it a go. Whether it’s an unusual ingredient I need to hunt for, or just a new method of preparation I’ve never attempted, it’s always a fun learning experience.
In addition to all of the interesting food articles and features, I find that I spend just as much, if not more time reading over the wine and spirits sections. Food & Wine is where I learned how to clean my glassware properly and how to read a restaurant’s wine list to get the best bang for my buck.
Year after year I continue to renew my subscription to Food & Wine, because this magazine adds a little adventure to my life. It has broadened my views of the world and has taught me things about other cultures that I may never have the chance to experience firsthand. I love discovering interesting places around the globe and emerging culinary trends, and no one does a better job of finding those for me than Food & Wine!
If you love food and cooking then I definitely suggest checking out the current Food & Wine subscription offers going on at Magazines.com. And if you want to hear about all of my adventures, discoveries, inspirations and recipes, along with a touch of anything else that makes my days a little brighter be sure to stop by my blog at www.eat-drink-smile.com or reach out and say hi to me on Twitter @betheats!
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Scientific American magazine is the oldest running monthly publication in America. First published in 1845 as a weekly newspaper, some of the brightest minds in science have contributed articles to Scientific American over the past century and a half, including Albert Einstein himself.
Each issue is filled with cutting-edge information and news on the latest scientific ideas, theories and technologies. And it’s not just physics, it really spans every field of science. From Astrophysics, geology and biology, to medicine, forensics and even paleontology, a Scientific American magazine subscription really covers the full spectrum.
Now I do want to point out that while Scientific American focuses on the sciences, you don’t need to be a scientist to either understand or enjoy this magazine. It really strikes a great balance between providing unique, in-depth pieces that are also easily to digest.
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Hi. I’m TV and radio personality Patricia Lopez. I’m at Magazines.com today to talk a little bit about Vogue magazine.
I love Vogue and its unapologetic focus. From its gorgeous photography, provocative coverage of Hollywood’s “It” Actresses and couture fashion that I may never be able to afford but love drooling over, it's a fun bit of eye-candy and fantasy for all of us to vicariously experience luxury living each month.
Vogue has earned its nickname “the fashion bible.” The magazine’s influence is palpable: Each month it consistently features the hottest looks that inevitably become next season’s hottest trend from high-waisted pants or ankle boots that eventually show up in every Gap and department store in the country. The magazine is that influential. If you're looking for good, practical advice on beauty products, hairdo’s or picking the right style swimsuit for your body type, you may be better off with a Glamour or Marie Claire magazine subscription. A Vogue subscription is definitely for the woman who wants to be ahead of the curve.
I also enjoy how Vogue dishes on the latest Hollywood scandals and gossip; remember when Jennifer Aniston finally called out Angelina Jolie for her insensitive comments about her romance with Brad Pitt? That interview was in Vogue.
Speaking of celebrities, Vogue always features someone famous and usually powerful—whether it’s Lady Gaga or First Lady Michelle Obama—on the cover. The magazine also spotlights up-and-coming celebrities really well, whether it is an actor in the season’s sure-to-be box office blockbuster or the next It fashion designer.
However, you not only get beautiful fashion layouts to look at and tantalizing celebrity gossip but also great in-depth and opinionated articles on writers, architects, actors, art exhibits and the like. I appreciate that the overall tone of the magazine makes no apologies for its authority. The magazine presents haute couture fashion, glamour and celebrity as vital art forms to our culture and society. I think it's a beautiful magazine to look at for its artistic vision and for well-written articles.
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Hi. I’m Patricia Lopez.
For me, there’s no better feeling after a hectic day than coming home. Our homes are our little sanctuaries in this crazy world and I, for one, am always looking for inspiration for ways to make my home an even more peaceful and rejuvenating place.
But I’m not a designer and that’s exactly where Architectural Design magazine works so well for me. I’m not the type to just walk into a space and have a complete vision of how to perfectly transform it into the ideal room. I think my friends who do design homes and spaces for a living may have gotten a little tired of me bombarding them with questions all the time so one of them dropped off an issue of Architectural Design.
I was a bit surprised when I paged through the issue as I assumed it was a magazine for Architects, but it really does cover the full-spectrum of home design including both architecture and interior design.
What first struck me was the incredible amount of great imagery in each issue. I’m a very visual person and love how the pages of Architectural Digest are filled with great photography of homes and spaces. I even find the ads useful and inspirational!
While most of us can probably only dream of owning some of the incredible homes featured in each issue, the amount of real and achievable ideas you are able to get for your own space after paging through Architectural Digest magazine is what excites me. That makes the magazine a great read both for professional architects and designers as well as people like me who like to think we know what we’re doing to our own spaces.
I also have to mention that I love that Architectural Digest doesn’t focus on one particular style. There could be one piece focusing on a streamlined modern design in a big city high rise, to a rustic retreat or a feature of a design inspired by a recent trip to Indonesia. The most recent issue I read even featured an in-depth look into the inspiration and process behind the design and French accents of Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne’s new Los Angeles home.
At around $2 an issue, Magazines.com has some great subscription deals for Architectural Digest. So whether you do it for a living or you’re doing it for yourself, an Architectural Digest subscription is a great way to find inspiration.
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Maybe I’m a little biased since I grew up in California, but I love the West. That’s probably why I enjoy Sunset magazine so much. And now that I’ve relocated to Nashville, TN, Sunset magazine gives me a little piece of home right here in the South.
At it’s core, Sunset is basically a how-to guide to the best things about living in the American West. My favorite thing about Sunset magazine is the beautiful photography that highlights the Western landscape--from desert destinations to mountain retreats and ocean escapes. The magazine covers vacation spots for every budget, from the ultimate luxury vacation to quick, budget-friendly Northern California weekend or day trips.
Westerners really do have a way of enjoying nature that is evident through the many first-person stories and snapshots included in the magazine. Even if you’ve never had the chance to take a morning hike in the Sierras, or an afternoon trip to Napa, you can take a vicarious escape on a lazy Sunday afternoon sifting through the pages of Sunset magazine.
Of course, I also love Sunset’s focus on food and wine. Western cooking is distinctive and I really love the focus on organic ingredients, whether it’s how and what to buy at the farmers’ market or growing your own. Some recent recipes I’ve enjoyed include spiced lemon quinoa and meatball vegetable soup. And of course every issue highlights wine from Northern California.
Sunset magazine is the West at Its Best giving you a fantastic glimpse of regional cooking, landscape, travel, trends, art and culture. If you love the West or want to know more about I recommend checking out the current Sunset magazine subscription deals happening right here, at Magazines.com.
Hi. I’m Patricia Lopez and I have a confession to make. I LOVE food. In fact, there are very few things in this life that I love more than food.
I may make my living as a TV & Radio Host, but if I were to do it all over again I’m not certain and I wouldn’t decide to be a chef. Perhaps the only thing that would keep me from that decision would be the fact that I would probably not be able to control myself being around food all day. But even though I am far from a professional chef, I still love to cook and that’s probably the reason I genuinely love Bon Appetit magazine.
Full of fantastic articles, recipes and pictures, Bon Appetit is a mouth-watering and inspiring cover-to-cover read for anyone who’s passionate about food and loves being in the kitchen. What I love about my Bon Appetit subscription is that every month I know I’ll be getting a wide range of articles and recipes that could include anything from elaborate meals to prepare for a special occasion, to quick and easy recipes that anyone can fit into a busy schedule.
Aside from the great cooking tips, Bon Appetit magazine also does a great job of covering healthy eating, tips to help you at the market, and of course the latest tools and toys to add to your culinary arsenal. If that’s not enough, in-depth articles on culinary trips and retreats around the world, or clever ideas to give my kitchen back home a new look without breaking the bank are the kinds of features that get me excited whenever my latest issue of Bon Appetit arrives.
So whether your running the kitchen at your cities hottest restaurant, or a closet chef wannabe like myself, if you love food and you love to cook then you’ll no doubt love a subscription to Bon Appetit
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Hi. I’m Adam, Sr. Manager of SEO and Social Media for Magazines.com. I want to take a moment to talk to you a little bit about Men’s Fitness magazine.
Something happened when I turned 30. I’m not sure why, but it’s almost like some switch went off in my body and decided that everything would now become more difficult. I grew up my whole life playing sports and being active and I still play hockey and soccer to this day, but for the first time in my life I really found myself struggling to keep in shape.
I’ve found all the usual excuses. My career is hectic, too much travelling, juggling family time. That’s all good and well, but there’s come a point when I have to be honest with myself, take a step back and ask if it’s all really worth it if I’m not healthy. I mean, how much can I really accomplish if I don’t wake up in the morning feeling great and energized?
I’ll be honest and say that in recent years it’s been hard to find the motivation. That’s where picking up Men’s Fitness magazine has really started to help out. For starters, it simplifies my workouts by taking a lot of the thinking out of it. It’s pretty easy to talk yourself out of going to the gym if you don’t have a plan of what you’re going to do when you get there. But getting your plan together can be a challenge and without it, it’s hard keep things interesting enough to help you stay motivated. Every issue of Men’s Fitness is packed with great routines and programs no matter what your goal is. You don’t have to create your program. Whether your trying to slim down and tone up, gain some mass, improve your endurance or speed, or even just improve your overall general health this magazine has plans that will work for you.
I know for myself I have to change things every 8-10 weeks or I lose interest. The timing works great for me with a Men’s Fitness subscription as the 10 yearly issues space out well enough so that whenever I feel I need to mix things up there’s a relatively fresh issue on hand for me to recalibrate my fitness goals and exercise plans.
Plus, the nutrition and general health advice, as well as the training tips covering key things like form and rest help make sure that your time spent working your body pays off as much as possible.
Let’s face it. We only get one chance at this whole life thing. If you want to make the most of it and could use a little help along the way, a subscription to Men’s Fitness would be a great place to start.
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People StyleWatch has become one of my favorite fashion magazines and I subscribe to a lot of them including Lucky and InStyle magazine. I always look forward to the latest issue of People StyleWatch above the others because every page is full of the latest fashion and beauty trends. I read StyleWatch magazine cover to cover!
What I like most about People StyleWatch is that it shows me how I can pull-off celebrity fashion trends on my budget and for my body type with expert advice from Tim Gunn, Stacy London and celebrity hairstylist Sally Hershberger. It’s practical advice!
People StyleWatch is always on-trend and always includes lots of pages of steals vs. deals. I love the section where the editors show you how to get a celebrity's look for a fraction of the price. I always find great tips and ways to incorporate new trends into my everyday wardrobe. I also find the hair and make-up tricks very helpful.
I also like that People StyleWatch always devotes at least three pages to what’s in now at chain stores that I can go to like Talbots and Ann Taylor and offers readers an exclusive discount for looks featured in the section. Basically, I use People StyleWatch as a look-book for what I should or well, would like to, buy.
If you love fashion I recommend you check out the latest People StyleWatch magazine subscription offers at Magazines.com. If you have any questions please give us a call at 1-800-MAGAZINES. You can also find us on Twitter and Facebook. Whatever you need, we’re here to help.
Hi. I’m Jay Clarke, CEO of Magazines.com.
The New Yorker is one of the most respected magazines in publication. Debuting in 1925, this weekly magazine is well-known for its mix of intelligent writing and sophisticated humor. It’s the kind of magazine that gives you insight and depth to issues and topics where other outlets often just scratch the surface. Some of the most notable sections you’ll find in each issue are “The Critics”, covering music, books, theatre, television and cinema; “The Talk of the Town”, featuring snippets and vignettes about life in New York; and of course, those famous New Yorker cartoons.
In addition to the standard weekly issues, The New Yorker also puts out dedicated issues every year focusing on a specific topic. Some notable issues include food, style, and fiction issues. I want to point out that while the magazine does cover a lot of happenings in New York City, it really is a worldly magazine that does cover stories from all over. The balance the New Yorker finds between humor, hard news, arts, and human interest stories makes it a great addition to any reading list.
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Hi. I’m Christen from Magazines.com.
I love to travel and am always planning my next getaway. No matter what type of vacation I’m planning, Travel and Leisure magazine always gives me the inside track on where to go next and how to have a good time.
Whether it’s a respite from my day to day life, or a thrill-seeking adventure that I’m after, Travel and Leisure is the key to keeping me in the know about my favorite destinations and the ones I’ve yet to discover. And it’s no wonder when you consider they’ve been at this travel thing for 40 years.
So, sure, you want to know what new great restaurants have opened in Napa Valley since you were there last, or what about the best food that Moscow or Istanbul has to offer? Places like these might seem far-off, but Travel and Leisure makes them accessible to both seasoned and novice travelers.
And it’s not just the far-off and the Far East that are featured in this travel bible. You don’t need a stamp on your passport to prove you’ve really been somewhere fabulous. That’s why you’ll find “five emerging destinations” for road trips stateside and the tips to capture it all, thanks to iPhoneography tutorials.
These days, life moves faster, making the need to get away even more of a must. With Travel and Leisure you’ve got a trusted travel agent who can hook you up with the best family and romantic destinations out there and can even tell you how to get there in style.
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Hi, I’m Jay, CEO of Magazines.com.
Fortune magazine is one of my go-to sources for business news and opinion that I always trust.
This bi-weekly business magazine that’s been around since 1930, is always chock-full of well-researched articles written by award-winning writers. Whether the magazine is covering Wall Street, how small businesses are thriving in the down economy or the latest leadership advice, I rely on it to keep me informed. One of my favorite aspects of Fortune magazine is a frequent editorial theme you may be familiar with—I’m talking of course about the famous Fortune lists, which rank top companies and industry benchmarks.
The most famous of these lists is the Fortune 500, an annual list that ranks the top 500 U.S. companies by their gross revenue. The first Fortune 500 list was published in 1955. Other annual lists that rank top companies are the Fortune 1000 and the Fortune Global 500.
In recent years, Fortune has also started publishing the popular Best Companies to Work For and 50 Most Powerful Women in Business lists.
If you want to keep up with the latest business news or improve your business acumen or both—I highly recommend subscribing to Fortune magazine.
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Hi, I’m Jay Clarke, President and CEO of Magazines.com.
I love magazines and one of my favorites is Garden & Gun. Like its name suggests, Garden & Gun magazine appeals to a broad audience. Whether it’s more “garden” than “gun” or vice versa is hard to say because so many of the articles can’t really be pegged as gender-specific--which is a plus for male readers.
The eclectic mix of music, sports, travel, history and food is always about the South, but is never predictable. Issues can contain a musical mix that ranges from Emmylou Harris and Widespread Panic to Ricky Skaggs’ banjo-playing sidekick. Generally, it’s often in tune with Southern musical styles like bluegrass and country and Southern sons like Jimmy Buffett and Greg Allman. But that’s just scratching the surface.
With a Garden & Gun magazine subscription you’ll regularly explore the sporting South through its picks on the best fishing, golfing and hunting destinations. It’s even devoted to uncovering hidden trails, celebrating good whiskey and the companionship of man’s best friend.
Good food is another popular Garden & Gun staple. Recipes for regional favorites like hush puppies, fried green tomatoes and pecan pies are included but aren’t a main focus. More often, the magazine is sharing advice on where to go to find the best barbecue, seafood, cocktails and boiled peanuts. Some magazines may be easier to judge by their covers, but not this one. Whether it’s a pan of cornbread, author Pat Conroy or a fisherman in mid-cast on the cover, it’s hard to tell just what random collection of Southern subjects awaits inside the latest issue of a subscription to Garden & Gun magazine. But there’s a guarantee that men will find many more subjects than guns, as the title hints, that will interest them.
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Hi. I’m TV and Radio host Patricia Lopez and I’m at Magazines.com today to talk about some of my favorite magazines.
When people ask what some of my favorite magazines are, they're usually surprised to hear me say Glamour. I think they think Glamour is a shallow read, all about make-up, celebrities, sex and horoscopes. Yes, you'll find all those topics and others you would expect most women's fashion magazines to cover--beauty, fashion, health, men, love and life--but you'll also find relevant stories that are rare in other women’s magazines, like key details on what every woman should know about health-care reform, how to afford designer clothes on a real woman's salary and secrets to staying classy in a society where etiquette is a lost art.
The editors at Glamour magazine aren't afraid to shake up the formula with content, either. From monthly departments like “Real Stories” where the magazine profiles interesting, notable women to the “How to Do Anything Better Guide,” which I really enjoy.
I also love that Katie Couric has a Q & A column. Each month she interviews women (and sometimes men) on what makes them inspiring to other women. She’s interviewed everyone from the hottest celebrity-of-the moment to MSNBC personality Rachel Maddow to First Lady Michelle Obama.
Still, I have to admit that I also love the fashion and beauty coverage. From style features like “How to Dress Like a Goddess” to “Dress Your Body”, the tone encourages us all to have confidence in our own body types and not to be self-obsessed with being skinny.
If you’re considering subscribing to Glamour magazine I would bet you won’t be disappointed. And with Magazines.com’s current Glamour subscription rates you’ll be paying less than $2 an issue, well worth the features and content you get in this magazines.
Hola y Bienvenidos a Magazine.com. Yo soy Patricia Lopez, y como personalidad de radio y television tengo que estar al tanto de las noticias mas importantes del mundo del espectaculo y es por eso que para mi, la revista People en Español es lo maximo!
En mi trabajo me exigen estar al corriente de todo lo que está pasando en el mundo del entretenimiento. Con mi subscripción de People en Español sé que voy a encontrar las ultimas noticias de la farandula junto con las ultimas noticias sobre moda, musica, y peliculas de Hollywood.
De igual manera encontraras temas culturales, tips de belleza y salud, recomendaciones musicales, y una variedad de notas y reportajes. Y si eres como yo que te gusta estar en forma y con buena salud vas a disfrutar mucho de “la sección de cocina” donde encontraras alimentos fáciles de elaborar, económicos y que cumplan con los aspectos nutritivos para una buena alimentación. Y con esa buena salud te sientes mas bello!
Por eso siempre puedes contar que People en Español te va a dar lo mas nuevo en modas. Ellos me ayudan obtener el look de una celebridad sin tener que gastarme todos mis ahorros. Además, People en Español te da la opportunidad de aprender mas sobre los actores, músicos y artistas, mas importantes del mundo! Asi que, La subscripción de la revista People en Español es para la persona que quiere una cobertura total del mundo del entretenimiento y la cultura pop.
Obten tu revista ya, busca las ofertas que Magazines.com tiene esperando para ti para tener todo lo que ofrece esta revista espectacular cada mes. Y por supuesto, puedes tambien llamar al 800-891-4984 donde están listos para ayudarte con cualiquier cosa. Muchas gracias por acompanarnos y hasta la próxima!
I’m Adam Piotrowski, a Sr. Manager in the marketing dept. at Magazines.com.
I get to see a lot of magazines coming through the office here each month and with so many options and not a whole lot of time I’ve gotten pretty picky about the magazines I choose to read. Money magazine has definitely become one of the publications I look forward to reading each month.
With nearly 4 decades in publication, Money magazine is viewed by many as one of the top personal financial publications in existence. The magazine is ideal for anyone looking to make better financial decisions. And with the ups and downs we’ve seen in recent years especially, I think we’d all like to make better choices when it comes to our financial health.
It’s important to realize that Money magazine doesn’t just cover your investment portfolio, but it really strives to help it’s readers make smarter choices at very point of their lives that involve money. And let’s face it, there are few areas that don’t. Whether it’s your family, health, career, home, or hobbies money plays a pivotal role in every aspect and Money magazine really tries to help educate and inform readers in all those areas.
There are certainly more in-depth publications out there that focus on a particular aspect of finance, but for an overall look at the issues central to your personal financial health, a subscription to Money magazine would be a fantastic place to start for anyone serious about their future.
At just over $1 an issue for a year subscription with the current Money magazine offers at Magazines.com it’s a pretty small price for me to pay to keep on the right track both for myself and my family.
Thanks for stopping by Magazines.com today and please gives us a call at 1-800-MAGAZINES or shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if there’s anything we can help you with.
My name is Adam Piotrowski and I have ideas. Lots of ideas. If you’re checking out Entrepreneur magazine here at Magazines.com then I would venture to guess that you’ve probably had a pretty good idea or two yourself over the years.
As most of us know, coming up with ideas is usually the easy part. Coming up with the follow-through and finding a way to make those ideas come to fruition on the other hand, well that’s another story all together. I started my first small business in 2006 and while I’ve learned a lot along the way, I’m constantly finding areas of myself and my business that I can improve everyday.
I started subscribing to Entrepreneur magazine a few years ago and it’s definitely proved to be a great resource for me. A quick disclaimer: if you’re looking for a resource to help with your get rich quick scheme, this isn’t what you need. And to be frank, any magazine, book, or late night infomercial promising you that is just robbing you blind. As any business owner knows, success takes time and hard work.
While Entrepreneur magazine doesn’t provide all the answers, I really find value in a lot of the articles they have, particularly the stories of ordinary people who found success in starting their own businesses. While there’s no substitute for learning through your own experiences, learning through both the successes and failures of others is the next best thing.
Each issue is well organized with colored tabs for different sections covering topics like money, marketing, and technology which makes it pretty quick and easy to check out the sections I like most.
From new ways to market your business in the ever-changing online world, to important legal and tax news, an Entrepreneur magazine subscription would be a great resource for anyone who either already has their own business, or for someone interested in getting a better idea of what they can do to start one. And if franchising is your thing, every issue has an extensive section at the end of the magazine with plenty of franchise opportunities.
Magazines.com always pushes for the best price on an Entrepreneur magazine subscription and we’d love to help you and your business, or your business idea, keep growing. And hey, check with your accountant because you can probably even write that subscription cost off on your taxes this year!
Give us a call at 1-800-Magazines, shoot us an email, or feel free to even send us a tweet @magazinesdotcom and let us know what we can do to help you.
Hi, I’m Joyce, head of the marketing team at Magazines.com.
While I enjoy a lot of magazines, The Week is one of my favorites. The presidential daily briefing inspired this news magazine; it’s a hit list of hot topics and current events. As a working mom and an executive I am always really busy and I like that the editors do all of the hard work for me by collecting information from hundreds of news sources so I can be on top of what the world has to say and form my own perspective and opinions.
The Week does a great job of collecting information across many categories from business to technology to politics. Basically, The Week is the CliffsNotes of the news media! Whenever I read this magazine on an airplane, someone will always ask – and I mean always – if they can read it after I’m through.
A subscription to The Week also makes a GREAT gift. Being a part of the magazine industry, I’ve given lots of magazine gift subscriptions over the years. I’ve heard so much positive feedback about The Week magazine. My brother, father and even my teenage nephews absolutely love this magazine.
The Week’s editors present the information in an entertaining, never-boring format. They do an excellent job of capturing what we need to know to be informed about the world we live in.
Thanks for stopping by to check out The Week magazine today at Magazines.com. If you have any questions please call us at 1-800-MAGAZINES or send en email to email@example.com.
Hi, I’m Joe from Magazines.com
Forbes magazine is one of the best-known business magazines around. Founded in 1917, Forbes is published bi-weekly, and it covers all the most recent news in various sectors of business. From information on stocks to corporate overviews to technology advancements, Forbes magazine has it all.
Another thing that sets Forbes apart from other business magazines is that their editor-in-chief is a celebrity in his own right. Steve Forbes is well-known for his highly publicized runs as a presidential candidacy and the magazine of course bears his family name. In every issue, Steve Forbes contributes a fact and comment column, which is always an interesting read.
I bet even if you’re not familiar with Forbes magazine, you’ve heard of their world-famous lists. My favorite is the Forbes 400, a list of the richest people in America. I always look at the list hoping my name will be on it, but of course it isn’t—yet.
Other lists include America’s Best Colleges, America’s 100 Best Small Companies, Global 2000 Leading Companies, Best Places for Businesses & Careers, 100 most powerful women, most expensive zip codes, worlds’ billionaires and the Celebrity 100.
If you’re among the wealthy and powerful or an up-and-comer in the business world or just like keeping up with the latest business news, then a Forbes magazine subscription is a must-have addition to your reading list.
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Hi. I’m Adam from Magazines.com.
I love working on my house. I’m actually in the midst of my second complete home renovation. I learned a lot during our first one and have to admit that my wife and I definitely caught the DIY bug after that. There’s just something really awesome about being able to look around your home knowing the amount of seat equity you’ve put into it.
That being said, I don’t always love the process as anyone who’s been through a renovation can attest to. This is where having a good resource is a huge asset. I started subscribing to This Old House magazine last year and can’t tell you how useful it’s been for me during this renovation. I’ve really saved a lot of time and thanks to the tips and in this magazine.
Some of my favorite features you’ll find in each issue include weekend DIY projects, low-cost project ideas, and top ways to save money around the house. It’s really become a how-to resource library for me for everything having to do with our home. That’s what makes this publication so valuable. It’s definitely not one of those magazines you read and throw away. You’ll find yourself saving these to reference back to down the road when new projects come up.
A side tip – read an article in this before you start your next project. I find that prep work helps cut down my time at the local home improvement store, and keeps me from making multiple trips as I tend to go into a project much more prepared.
Thanks for checking out my This Old House magazine subscription review. Give us a call at 1-800-MAGAZINES if you have any questions and be sure check out the latest This Old House subscription discounts and offers here at Magazines.com.
Hi, I’m Jesse.
Despite what you may have heard, Cooking With Paula Deen magazine isn’t devoted to all things butter. You don’t even need to break out the deep fryer--well at least not for every recipe. That’s right. There’s another side to the Southern celebrity chef’s cooking, and it’s not all deep fried. It may come as a surprise, but Cooking With Paula Deen magazine devotes a section in each issue to dishes on the lighter side. But don’t mistake that as the Southern lady completely abandoning the decadent roots she’s so well-known for.
Fans who value rich foods will take comfort in the traditional Southern recipes, like fried chicken, macaroni and cheese, cornbread and red velvet cake, that are regularly included in the magazine.
Alongside those classics, there’s meal plans for a week--shopping list included--in every issue. Some dinner preparation is easy enough to get the little ones involved in the kitchen too.
All this great food is the main ingredient to turn a meal into a party. Whether it’s backyard barbecues, bridal showers or holiday feasts, Cooking with Paula Deen magazine is at the ready with festive dishes, serving tips and fun décor ideas.
In addition, Paula shares plenty of cooking tips and ideas for giving thoughtful homemade gifts year-round.
Though food is the main focus of the magazine, don’t think it’s all about butter just because it’s about Paula Deen.
If you love food and cooking then I suggest checking out the current Cooking with Paula Deen subscription deals going on at Magazines.com.
Hi, I’m Kara Gause. I write about celebrities by day. I’m all about what the latest news on an upcoming movie or even the suits behind the films. I love it all.
The thing about a Vanity Fair subscription is that every issue is full of original insight. Take all the hype of the Royal Wedding, everyone was scrounging around for photos of William and Kate. Then all of a sudden, weeks after the wedding Vanity Fair’s cover story “Will and Kate’s New Life” has a new photo from Mario Testino. Another engagement picture, but it’s less formal, and they’re both smiling and relaxed. There are new details about their life after the wedding - the next chapter. That’s the kind of stuff only Vanity Fair can snag.
It just has more clout. Vanity Fair’s not out there regurgitating a news story; it’s making the stories. And the photographs are always gorgeous. It’s made household names out of photographers like Annie Leibowitz. She’s a celebrity in her own right, and all because her work is featured time and time again in Vanity Fair.
And while Vanity Fair is totally a worthwhile guilty pleasure, I don’t have to hide reading it. In fact, I can brag about something I read in an issue since it covers things like business and society and culture, but in a way where everyone wants to read it. It’s never dry but it’s always entertaining and original.
A subscription to Vanity Fair is great for anyone who loves smart commentary on celebrities and culture. Thanks for checking the great subscription deals on this magazine today at Magazines.com.
Hey. I’m Levi Weaver. I’m a musician and part-time nerd.
I think the biggest misunderstanding about Wired magazine is that it is some kind of nerd-focused, technology-only magazine for people who know more about computers than you do. While it definitely has its ears open for the latest, fastest, and best, the truth is that Wired is far more accessible than those who haven't read it yet might give it credit for.
If I had to describe Wired, I wouldn't even call it a technology magazine. The best description I can come up with is that it is an "anthropological/science" magazine. Articles on human behavior, politics, space, cars, food and yes: gadgets and technology all grace the pages of Wired magazine in a pretty seamless fashion.
One page, you're comparing the newest apps for your phone, and the next you're reading about how a former CTO of Microsoft has developed a new method by which to cook the world's best french fries.
Did you know that the blood of horseshoe crabs has been a huge help in keeping impurities out of pharmaceutical drugs, and that they have found a way to humanely harvest it? If "Wow, that's actually really cool" is a phrase you don't use enough, you should think about getting yourself a subscription to Wired.
In addition to the printed magazine, their website, as you might expect, is also excellent. It is super-easy to use, you can get most of the same articles, and it also offers a number things you can't find in the magazine. Just today I was streaming the new Brian Eno album.
I'm not sure if this is the goal that Wired had when they set out to create a magazine, but I think their role is kind of a "how-to" for navigating and taking advantage of modern life. Technology is growing so fast that there is absolutely no way that any of us can keep up with it while we also tend to things like school, our jobs and our families.
Wired is a great filter. It sifts through the newest advancements and points out some of the "can't miss" things that you should be using.
Thanks for checking out my Wired magazine subscription review at Magazines.com
Hi, I’m Joyce Shirer, VP of marketing for Magazines.com.
As an executive, I find the Harvard Business Review an important resource in the areas of management and leadership. One of my favorite aspects of the magazine is the Executive Summaries – a short column in the back of the magazine that summarizes each feature. I tend to start there to make my decisions on which articles I’m interested in reading right way.
Even though the title might make you think otherwise--this magazine isn’t too academic – what I mean by this is that I never have the feeling that the columnists or editors are speaking from a textbook. There is plenty of ‘real world’ perspective and advice.
I like the themed approach with varied articles featuring different aspects of a larger subject.
Being able to take in a lot of information, digesting it quickly and making a decision is one of the keys to leadership success. Making sure you get the information you need to make that good decision means that you need to have an open, collaborative environment where opinions can be voiced.
The writers and editors at Harvard Business Review do an excellent job asking the reader tough questions and challenging us to think about things like innovation, collaboration, research and business growth in new ways.
It’s my goal to continue to grow the businesses I manage and to grow as a leader. Harvard Business Review gives me the tools I need to achieve these goals. If you’re considering a subscription to Harvard Business Review and have any questions please give us a call at 1-800-MAGAZINES or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for stopping by Magazines.com today.
Hi. I’m Levi Weaver.
When I read a magazine, I often begin to equate that magazine to friends of mine. Music magazines bring to mind my musician friends; sports magazines cause me to reminisce about friends who are fans of whatever team I'm reading about; and technology magazines might bring to mind my computer buddies.
But when I read GQ magazine, there are only a couple of friends I'm reminded of - Those young and affluent guys who somehow bring total class to everything they do. One of them is a high-end antiques dealer with a multi-million dollar home. The other owns a members-only club and I've never seen him in anything but a finely tailored suit.
They both have excellent taste in fashion and wine, and seem to exude a silent confidence that whatever they do, they are going to be more successful at it than the next guy, just by entering the contest.
But even for those of us who still struggle to make ends meet (and can't find a good-fitting suit to save our lives) a GQ subscription still has a lot to offer by way of useful tips about fashion, food or technology for "the rest of us". Add to that the great articles, and you've got a winner.
I don't need to be as driven as Kobe Bryant or date Miranda Kerr to get why those two people are interesting and attractive. I think anyone with a sense of humor or class can read GQ and appreciate the humor of "being middlebrow", or snicker at a list of America's "Douchiest Colleges" or learn a little about the "25 Best Cocktail Bars", but when I read the articles, I can't help but think about the fact that there are some guys who graduated from one of those Universities (or dropped out when they made their first million) and can afford to actually go to all of those bars, just to do it.
And maybe that's why GQ works: it's the Guy's Guide to the American Dream, right there in print form. GQ is the Frank Sinatra of magazines.
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I’m Jay Clarke and today I’m taking a little time to talk about some of my favorite magazines.
Popular Mechanics magazine covers all the latest news in technology and science all while showing how those changes will affect your life –from the gadgets and consumer electronics, to your home, your car, and your health.
Every issue is packed with great sections, like Tech Watch, where the Popular Mechanics editorial team shares the latest news, trends and breakthroughs around the world. The DIY sections are also great reads that show you tips, advice, and step-by-step guides of things you can do. One article may show you how to get the most out of that new SLR camera you picked up, while another might show you 20 tips to lower your monthly energy bill.
And of course, I have to mention the features that show some of the incredible things people are accomplishing out there. A recent favorite was the DIY aircraft piece showing some of the amazing planes a few people have made that also included ideas and steps on how to go about building your own fully functioning flying machine.
Overall, Popular Mechanics is a really informative and entertaining read. It strikes a great balance of covering interesting and cutting-edge stories, while also giving you things you can take back and do in your own life. If you’re the type of person who loves to know what makes things tick, then take a look at the current Popular Mechanics subscription discounts and offers at Magazines.com.
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We’ve had a Dwell subscription in our household [geesh] … as long as I’ve known my husband. It’s the one gift I give him that always fits, comes in the right color, and I know he’ll love. My husband is an architect who prefers (that’s an understatement) modern design, and when he found this traditional girl, well, let’s just say there have been cohabitation issues.
But I have to tell you, Dwell has been the solution. It may be the leading home design magazine in the US, but because the magazine is not just for architects and designers, it’s accessible, practical, and beautiful. I love looking through the pages. Frankly, I have a hard time telling where the editorial ends and the ads begin – and that’s a good thing! I love that featured homes aren’t just beautifully set for a shot, but show the life that goes on inside, often of families with young kids like ours. I know that my husband also appreciates the more technical and conceptual information that’s available in the project summaries. Sometimes, I even surprise him with my Dwell-inspired ideas for our house!
Dwell is one of the magazines we keep on our coffee table, and it’s usually the first one our guests pick up and don’t put down until they’ve finished. It is that good.
So, get the subscription deal for Dwell that’s here on Magazines.com today. It’s a great addition for your reading, and a fantastic gift.
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Hi, I’m Tami.
Because making sure my family is healthy is one of my biggest priorities, Health magazine has become one of my favorite magazines. I rely on Health magazine for the latest, most reliable health and medical research news. Health’s writers deliver easy-to-read articles and tidbits, which are great since I’m a busy working mom. From the latest on vaccines or ways to prevent cancer, I always learn something new and useful from each issue of Health magazine.
I also appreciate Health magazine’s focus on food and healthy recipes. From in-depth articles that highlight new health foods like frozen sorbet bars and granola snacks to short features that include guilt-free desserts or seasonal salads help me to try new things.
Of course, a Health magazine subscription also provides great fitness and exercise information. Each month there’s also a bevy of exercise tips and tricks like yoga poses or office workouts from the pros. There’s also easy-to-follow get-in-shape plans just in time for the holidays or swimsuit season.
Health magazine features every day, real-life people who have had conquered health issues like beating cancer or overcoming an eating disorder. These profiles are always personal and inspiring. If you still need a reason to subscribe to Health magazine, there are also the regular articles on practical and affordable fashion and beauty, along with a featured celebrity story. If you’re health conscious or want to be, I highly recommend Health magazine.
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Reading Golf magazine may not get you on the PGA Tour, but it could help improve your swing or lower your handicap. That’s because golfers—and readers—of all skill levels can take away something from the magazine’s focus on improving different aspects of the game. One of the most popular sections covers instruction, and uses visual aids as guides for fundamentals like putting or short game techniques.
Another well-read section in the magazine gives advice on equipment with reviews on clubs, drivers and irons. For some readers, the annual equipment issue is one they look forward to every year.
Golf magazine also incorporates a travel section of sorts into each issue with its trips and courses section. Here you’ll find best of lists of courses in the country or the world, as well as travel suggestions.
Even if you can’t afford, say, to visit the famed St. Andrews course in Scotland, the magazine offers plenty of feasible suggestions that can work into a number of budgets.
And if you’re more a fan of the professionals’ game than your own, Golf Magazine covers all the latest news in the sport, from the tournaments to in-depth interviews with players, caddies and more.
If you love golf I recommend you subscribe to Golf magazine. Thanks for stopping by Magazines.com today. If you have any questions please give us a call at 1-800-MAGAZINES. You can also find us on Twitter and Facebook. Whatever you need, we’re here to help.
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When you think of a celebrity magazine, the glossy that undoubtedly comes to mind for getting the skinny on celebs is Star. Are Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony really still living together? That’s anybody’s guess. But the fact that a magazine was able to track down a guy she worked with on a failed reality cop show almost 30 years ago is absolutely incredible!
Most celebrity magazines play the role of a concerned fan while sharing some star’s pained secret. Not Star! Instead of stating, “Stars: They’re just like US,” as Us Weekly does, Star is happy to call it like it sees it, by saying, “Stars: Are they normal or not?” Hey, we’ve all been wondering the same thing!
Of course, the real reason to buy Star is because it seems to sniff out a story before anyone else. While the world certainly didn’t expect Kim Kardashian’s marriage to Kris Humphries to last a lifetime, it seemed rocked by the news that they wouldn’t last ‘til the New Year. Not Star, though. The magazine has been reporting the inevitable demise of the reality TV newlyweds practically since they got hitched August 20th.
Listen, where there’s smoke, there’s usually fire. Star magazine has the uncanny ability to get to the scene of the fire first.
If you love to get the latest on celebrity news then I suggest you check out the current Star magazine subscription deals going on at Magazines.com.
Hi, I’m Tami.
I’ve noticed that subscribing to a health & fitness magazine like Shape every month helps me to stay motivated to eat healthy and work out regularly. I like Shape magazine because it has new recipes and easy-to-follow workouts each month, which keep me from getting bored with my eating and exercising routines.
Shape magazine is also a great source for latest fitness, nutrition and weight loss information. There are always a lot of easy tips on how to lighten up recipes and mealtime staples without compromising taste. Since Shape magazine explains a variety of weight control strategies in each issue, I always find a strategy that will works for me.
The suggested workouts are varied and challenging. I like the monthly cardio routines the best. I tend to get bored with cardio easily so Shape’s monthly workouts help me change up my routines without getting off track. Also, each month the magazine publishes new strength-training exercises, which focus on a particular muscle group. I enjoy these since they are almost always new exercises to me.
I appreciate that most of the fashion advice that Shape offers is fitness related—they’ve featured the best running shoes and workout clothes. Still, Shape does include short features on the latest trends in non-fitness fashion and beauty. Thanks for checking out the current Shape Magazine subscription offers today at Magazines.com. Please give us a call at 1-800-MAGAZINES.
Hi, I’m Jesse.
Every Day With Rachael Ray magazine is all about making cooking convenient, simple and fun. No surprise, then, that this is coming from the 30-minute meals guru herself. But this magazine isn’t just about easy recipes. It’s also about tips to make life easier.
Meal-planning and grocery shopping might be dreaded chores, but the magazine breaks them down into quickly-accomplished tasks. For starters, there’s a section devoted to a week’s worth of meals, plus a grocery list with an estimated total bill.
Another section addresses supermarket smarts, such as how to cut costs or stick to a budget. It sometimes tackles lighter topics like do’s and don’ts of shopping etiquette.
As expected, most of the magazine’s recipes come together in a half-hour, sometimes less. Often these come with time-saving suggestions, and lots of step-by-step photos or instructions to help keep the meals on track.
Every Day With Rachael Ray has its share of fun content too, like food-related trivia and quizzes or behind-the-scenes peeks at star-studded culinary events—along with the award-winning recipes that come out of them.
One of Rachael’s passions is getting kids involved in the kitchen to help them learn healthy eating habits. And the magazine’s regular feature “Cook With Kids” highlights an easy-to-make recipe for the little ones.
Even four-legged friends get some love in the “Talk About Pets” section that offers a nutritious dish, which means everyone gets in on the food and the fun served up in every issue.
If you love food and cooking then I definitely suggest checking out the current Everyday with Rachael Ray subscription deals going on at Magazines.com.
Hi, I’m Heather from Magazines.com. Keeping up with the drama of celebrity lives: the weddings, babies and of course, the scandals – can be a nice escape sometimes. When you’re looking for that break from reality, you can always count on Life & Style magazine to be the first with celebrity happenings. The celebrity magazine was the first to report the Sandra Bullock/Jesse James cheating story and that Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries were having marriage problems after only a month after their famous black & white wedding.
A great regular feature is the photo spread, “Week in Photos,” which shows A-list stars in all walks of life: Katy Perry on the set of her latest video, Denise Richards with her daughters at the park or Justin and Selena getting ice cream. Life & Style also widely covers celebrity fashion in its regular features like “Star Style.”
The magazine also includes style reports on the trendiest labels and clothing styles. There’s also a feature similar to Us Weekly’s “Who Wore it Best” called “So Hot, Everyone’s Wearing It” that compares celebrities wearing the same outfit.
Still, there’s a lot of coverage on celebrities’ lifestyles with regular columns like “Party with the Stars” and a round-up of where and with whom celebrities have been spotted recently and features insider looks at romantic getaways, celebrity-preferred salons and restaurants.
Surprisingly, Life & Style magazine’s writing is high quality and it doesn't take itself too seriously at all.
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Hi. I’m Jesse from Magazines.com.
Until that lost bible of parenting is discovered, folks with tiny humans in their homes will always be looking for some expert help. The good news is that Parents magazine seems to be filling the void nicely for that other fictionalized parenting guide.
From the best Halloween costumes to how to raise a kid who actually loves to read, Parents magazine has become a must-have for those of us who find ourselves sleep-deprived but somehow happier for it.
Are you a new parent hoping to fake it ‘til you make it? Or do you have school-aged kiddos whose behavior is about to leave you with no more hair left to pull out? No problem, on both fronts, as Parents magazine has 85 years of experience in publishing the latest in toys, family meals, parenting tips—you name it!
So how DO you get Junior to eat broccoli, and is there really a way to fix bad behavior in a week? Implementing a battle plan is more than half the battle, so why not let someone else do the research for you? If saving time, money and energy seems like a good deal, then Parents magazine is the deal of a lifetime. If you’re a parent I recommend you subscribe to Parents magazine.
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Hi, I’m Christen from Magazines.com.
Marie Claire magazine is a smart magazine for women interested in more than celebrity lifestyles and trends. I always first turn to the magazine’s in-depth human-interest stories, like their recent article, “Faces if Hope,” where they featured women refugees from Bosnia. I also like that Marie Claire covers global women's issues; there’s been recent features on sex slave trade and infant mortality. These socially-conscious stories are well researched, well written and are always interesting. Whenever I pick up their latest copy, I always learn something new.
Another favorite feature of mine is the “Inspirational Women” column. The magazine features a host of women who have stellar careers. Whether it’s a profile on Kate Spade’s creative director, a Brazilian graffiti artist or a New York senator, I always feel empowered to continue to pursue my dreams.
They also devote a large portion of their content to money and career, which is great because I’m a career-minded person who’s not really focused on starting a family. It’s refreshing to find an interesting magazine that isn’t mom-focused or about “keeping house.”
Still, even though I most enjoy reading about women’s issues and other serious topics like the latest health news and relationship advice in Marie Claire, there’s ample fashion and beauty coverage. I am happy to say in the editors’ picks for trends and styles, all budgets and body types are well-represented.
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Hi. I’m Christen from Magazines.com. Vegetarian Times magazine isn’t the only publication catering to meat-free eating, but it is one of the few devoted to that dietary lifestyle. However, even if you’re a non-vegetarian, there are still plenty of good eats for you too!
The magazine features a wealth of recipes in every issue that holds obvious appeal to vegetarians. But even carnivores will be wowed by appetizing dishes like fresh veggie pizzas and omelets, delicious vegetable sides and flavorful salads.
Vegetarian Times puts the perception to rest that being vegetarian equals a limited or boring diet. For example, the “1 Food 5 Ways” section in every issue takes the guesswork of figuring out new ways to enjoy those carrots, arugula, or broccoli. They have useful tips for everyone, vegetarian or not.
And the magazine’s nutritional value goes way beyond a standard listing of fat grams and calories in each dish. Updates on the latest health studies and natural remedies are regular topics in its news section. While plant-based diets and their benefits are promoted by the magazine, it isn’t done in a preachy or condescending way towards veggie lovers who haven’t gone meat-free.
There’s a lot of reasons to pick Vegetarian Times, but maybe the biggest is that its content is welcoming and insightful regardless of whether you eat meat or not.
If you love food and cooking then I definitely suggest checking out the current Vegetarian Times subscription deal going on at Magazines.com.
I’m Jay Clarke. Thanks for stopping by Magazines.com today to take a look at the current deals we have on a Golf Digest magazine subscription. As President and CEO here at Magazines.com I’ve read a lot of magazines and I definitely have some favorites. Golf Digest surely makes that list.
Like any golfer, I’m always looking for ways to improve my game and shave a few strokes off the next time I hit my favorite course. Each monthly issue of Golf Digest is packed full of tips to help me become a better golfer. Not only does it provide insights into techniques I can use to improve my swing, but it’s also full of informative reviews of the latest products on the market, as well as previews of advances in equipment coming down the road.
In addition to the wealth of instructional articles and reviews, Golf Digest also covers the pro tour, including regular articles from some of the top names in golf. I really enjoy seeing a deeper and more personal side of the sport and its top athletes which is another aspect that sets the magazine apart from other golf titles.
For the golfer interested in playing more than his or her usual spot, Golf Digest magazine also features some great information on travel tips and course reviews to help you plan the perfect golfing get-away.
While nothing can come close to a great day on the course, Golf Digest offers the next best thing. If you love this game like I do, then a Golf Digest subscription would make for a perfect addition to your monthly reading list. Take a look at the current subscription offers we have going on today at Magazines.com and feel free to give us a call at 1-800-MAGAZINES or send us an email if there’s anything we can do to help.
Hey there! I’m Kara Gause, a former English teacher-turned-blogger.
The first time I realized there was such a thing as National Geographic Kids was as a middle school English teacher. We were trying to find something entertaining for kids who are reluctant readers.
And kids really do love it. There are tons of photographs and fun facts to go with them. Take “20 Cool Things about Water.” Yes, I want my kids to know a hippopotamus can walk all the way at the bottom of a lake or river, but I also want them to learn things that directly affect them. Like how cold water weighs more than hot water, and how a bath uses 75% more water than a five-minute shower. My father always told me I was wasting water, but now I’m armed with the facts for my kids!
That’s what’s really fun about a National Geographic Kids magazine subscription. If you’re humble enough to admit you have a lot to learn, you can learn it the second time around with your kid. It just gives one amazing fact and tidbit after another.
As a teacher, I also loved how it supported reading and comprehension skills with word games and puzzles—all grounded in science and geography. It’s like Boys’ Life magazine in that way, giving snippets of facts. Just enough to engage a kid and get them interested. But the real goal is to get them off their duffs to do some research and reading on their own. It’s sneaky that way.
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Hey there. I'm Kara Gause. I’m a full-time blogger and a full-time mom of twin girls. Which means I’m tired already!
I know I’m not exactly the target demographic for Seventeen magazine, but teaching teenagers for eight years kind of made it a staple for me. You know, getting into the mind of your “target customer,” so to speak. I think it's a great tool for parents. What are they talking about? What on earth is making them dress that way What music are they listening to? What are the favorite bands?
And it’s also wild to look back at a magazine you used to read as a kid -- see how it’s changed. A bit of a guilty pleasure, really. Reminds me of how I used to feel as a teenage girl. All my insecurities. I remember wanting to look like the girls in Seventeen, dress like them. Can’t imagine that’s changed for girls.
One feature of the magazine that is totally the same is all of those quizzes. “Is he cheating on you?” "Do you have an eating disorder?" “Does your BFF have your back?” It’s all totally self-indulgent and Narcissistic, but that’s where the mind of a teen is. It’s a time of self-discovery. Seventeen helps draw that out.
If you’re looking for a gift subscription for a teenager then I definitely suggest checking out the current Seventeen magazine subscription deals at Magazines.com.
You also read more of my thoughts on the Magazines.com blog, my personal blog masterofwhat.com, or you can follow me on Twitter @masterofwhat.
Hi, I’m Kara Gause. As a busy wife, writer and mother of twin daughters, I love that there’s an entire magazine devoted to me, me, me that doesn’t actually make me feel like a narcissist!
SELF magazine tells me it’s okay to focus on me so that I can take care of the people I love. Being a mom of toddler twins, that’s been a hard lesson to learn—to take care of myself. But no joke: That’s what SELF does. It celebrates the whole person, the whole self, not just the best ways to lose weight like, say, maybe Shape. I mean, yes, I wanna have better arms, but maybe I’ve gotta multi-task a bit to get there.
So give me 8 tricks to shrink fat cells. Bring it! The workouts in SELF are great, varied and there are a ton of them. The magazine’s also really dedicated to good food and great recipes without the obscure ingredients. Sometimes I think SELF loves food more than I do! Bottom line: I feel like Self is always teaching me something new about taking better care of myself.
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Hi, I’m Kara Gause.
Most days you’ll find me juggling my laptop, my twin toddlers, or all of the above. Like most women, I’ve been reading Vogue magazine for years. Teen Vogue is sort of the “fashionista-in-the-making” version.
It didn’t exist back in the day when I was a kid. If it had, the grunge thing might have ended a lot sooner. Can I just say today’s girls are SO much better dressed and sophisticated than we were. Way more stylish than yours truly.
This is a magazine about fashion. Style. Glamour. Teen Vogue is much more grownup compared to say Seventeen or Girls’ Life. It does cover things like celebrities but mostly their fashion choices. What they wore to the Oscars or some party. Not really “who’s dating who”, but “who’s wearing what.” It even talks about designers, not just where to buy something cute. And it’s a small enough magazine that you can actually fit it in a purse or bag—like a look book.
Of course, it covers age-appropriate things like prom completely. Most teenage girls are dreaming about prom like 20-somethings start dreaming about their weddings. My guess is that’s how a lot of girls start reading Teen Vogue, to look at what’s hot for prom season. All the hair and makeup. Let’s just say prom is covered.
A Teen Vogue subscription is something I would’ve loved growing up, and with the subscription deals at Magazines.com it’s something your daughter will look forward to every month. Thanks for stopping by the site today. You can read more about me here on magazines.com, on my blog masterofwhat.com or on Twitter @masterofwhat.
Hi! I’m Kara Gause, a blogger for magazines.com and a mama of twin toddlers. I’m typically writing, changing diapers and filling sippy cups, but always try to find a rare quiet moment to sneak away with one of my favorite magazines. One of those is Lucky.
There’s just nothing like Lucky magazine. It’s like having a personal shopper at your disposal. And while we all love Proenza Schouler (especially when it comes to Target!) we can’t all just go out and buy it. Lucky sort of meets the shopper wherever she may be, whether that’s Forever 21, H&M, J. Crew or Marc Jacobs.
The same goes for beauty products. Lucky’s always featuring some new concoction or beauty secret that even I can stock up on. Tons of them under $25.
One of my favorite things the magazine does is take whatever’s current, or trending and then sort of translates or “decodes” it for even the stay-at-home working mom like me.
A subscription to Lucky magazine also keeps you up-to-date on the best places to shop online & cities across the country. But the BEST part of Lucky is that it eliminates dog-earring with these super fun, cute stickers to mark which pages you love. It’s like a little piece of art every month. So fun!
If you love shopping and fashion then I definitely suggest you check out the Lucky subscription offers at Magazines.com. And I’d love to hear from you on the Magazines.com blog, on my blog masterofwhat.com or on Twitter @masterofwhat. Thanks for stopping by!
Hi. I’m Bill Shirer from Magazines.com.
Car and Driver is not only my favorite car magazine, but probably my favorite magazine in general.
For some people cars are performance and racing, while others are interested in minivans and SUV’s, or about getting the best gas mileage for their daily commute. Car and Driver magazine covers them all.
I love exotic cars, but will probably never own one. I still want to read about them, and they are covered here, but so are all the Ford, Chevy and Toyota’s that everyone uses in their life.
One of my favorite features of Car and Driver is the ‘comparos’ that they do. Car and Driver gets 4 to 6 cars in the same niche, runs them through a series of tests, and gives a report on how each car compares to the other. They usually rank them by the statistical results of the test, but they still give their personal opinions about each car too. That way I know not only the performance measurements, but also the non-measurables… like ‘cheap interior materials’ or ‘confusing control layout’.
I also really find the long-term tests that the editorial staff performs very useful. Car and Driver keeps a fleet of popular cars that the editors use as their personal cars. They report on things like the number of scheduled and unscheduled service stops, what was covered under warranty, average miles-per-gallon, and more. This gives you a both a total cost of ownership, as well as an indication of what you will feel about a car after you’ve driven it for a while.
Overall, I feel that Car and Driver magazine is my number one source of getting updated information about cars – not only about making informed decisions on car buying, but also because I enjoy cars. I highly recommend a Car and Driver subscription for yourself, or as a gift for any car enthusiast. With the great subscription deals at Magazines.com it’s never been easier to add it to your monthly reading list.
My name is Levi Weaver. I’m from Nashville, TN and I write songs and play them.
It feels sometimes like we live in a post-music world. I don't mean that music has ceased to exist, but that if you listen to the radio, it would be easy to believe that (cue super-inflection in the narrator's voice) music doesn't exist ("…man."). At least not as an art form. Not like it should.
American Songwriter is like a beacon, a reminder that there are still people that care about writing songs that matter, songs that tell a story or invoke an emotion; songs that require more of the listener than tolerating background noise in a club or repeating "Baby, Baby, Baby" back to the car stereo.
For some of us, music is still the thing that whispers in our ear what it feels like to be a human being. American Songwriter is my monthly page-by-page reminder of that, whether it be the reviews of new albums that I haven't heard yet, or the interviews with songwriters I admire. American Songwriter tells the story of the storytellers, which is a great niche to fill.
Where some magazines focus solely on the biggest name they can get to fill any given article space, American Songwriter has monthly features that celebrate the total unknowns: a Lyric Contest and "Under the Radar" (a review of Independent artists).
But that's not to say that it is focused only on the unknown. Any artist renowned for songwriting either has or will grace the pages of this magazine. For me, this is how every music magazine should be: writing about songs that mattered to the people who wrote them, and matter to the people who listen to them, and completely ignoring the cookie-cutter, hit-by-committee world that dominates the pages of a lot of other magazines.
Songwriting, for me, is two forms of art combined: the art of chords/melody/harmony, and the art of poetry. If you think about it, there's no real logical connection between the two, but somewhere along the way, someone started pairing them, and the result was something that humanity has never gotten past. I'm glad there is a magazine that cares as much about that craft as I do.
If you care about writing great songs as well, then a subscription to American Songwriter wouldn’t be a bad asset to have around your studio.
Hi. I’m Nikki. I’m a mom of three busy, active boys.
At my house, we look forward to every issue of Family Fun magazine. When the mail comes in, the boys get excited the moment they see the cover. My three year old often looks at the cover and wants whatever he sees. Luckily, many of these things can be put together from stuff that’s already in the house.
The crafts are normally simple enough and come with great instructions so that we can do them without a meltdown. But they’re still creative enough that kids do like them at the end, which makes them cooler than something I would come up with on a normal day. And I like that they are appropriate for both girls and boys in a pretty wide age range.
The recipes are also a hit, with lots of great ways to get kids involved and eating healthy things. We are always looking for good alternatives to TV and video games and I’ve found ideas in Family Fun for silly games and activities perfect for rainy days or long car trips.
The other nice benefit is that Family Fun offers suggestions related to common situations we parents find ourselves in, so it also makes a nice gift.
Thank you so much for checking out the latest subscription deal for Family Fun magazine today at Magazines.com. If you have any questions please give us a call at 1-800-MAGAZINES or send us an email. Thanks for stopping by!
I’m Jesse and I work in the marketing department at Matazines.com. I want to tell you a few of the reasons that 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.
Thanks for visiting Magazines.com today and please give us a call at 1-800-MAGAZINES if there’s anything we do to help!
Hola. Yo soy Patricia Lopez, personalidad de radio y television aqui con Magazines.com para decirte porque me encanta la revista TV y Novelas.
Ser presentadora de un programa que cubre lo más nuevo en música, espectáculos y chisme es una gran responsabilidad. Por eso, estar al tanto de todo lo que esta pasando en el mundo de la farandula es importante para mi, por lo cual me confio en TV y Novelas.
Una subscripción de TV y Novelas te mantiene conectado minuto a minuto en el mundo de la cultura pop. Aquí vas a encontrar entrevistas exclusivas con las celebridades latinas más importantes del momento. TV y Novelas también te mantiene con lo mas nuevo el mundo de la moda. Cuales looks están llegando a la alfombra roja y cuales llegaron a la lista de desastre.
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