Women's Interests Magazine Subscriptions
Woman’s Day is a monthly lifestyle magazine filled with recipes, party ideas, travel tips, horoscopes, and craft ideas. Articles focus on how to balance family and career, how to lose weight, how to budget properly, and how to choose the most flattering outfits for your body type. Whether you love style, beauty, fitness, or relationship advice, you can find it in each issue of Woman’s Day magazine.
First for Women is a lifestyle magazine that focuses on the most important aspects of a woman’s life: beauty and fitness, home and family, and health and nutrition. Sections include home, food, décor, beauty, and nutrition. Each issue also features heartwarming stories and mouthwatering recipes.
Other popular women’s interest titles include PEOPLE, All You, Vogue, and Better Homes and Gardens. Whether you love baking, shopping, or working out, you’ll look forward to each new issue of our women’s interest magazines. With over 200 titles available on our website, you can easily find a magazine that is uniquely catered to you.
The Asset magazine is Asia's largest circulated financial monthly magazine. The Asset magazine covers finance, banking economic and capital markets news, coverage of the Asian financial markets, and independent financial research on Asian issues, deals, trends and developments.
In Touch Weekly is a celebrity and entertainment news magazine that reports breaking stories and photos of the hottest Hollywood stars and celebrity icons. From juicy gossip about star breakups to the latest fashion and beauty trends, a subscription to ...
Watch!, the official magazine of CBS, is a glossy entertainment magazine that gives readers a window into a world of glamour and celebrity through their favorite stars. Issues are packed with interviews, previews, fashion, celebrity vacation features & trips down ...
Call Sheet is a digest-sized entertainment-industry contact directory containing key details about talent agents, managers, production companies, and casting directors across the U.S., with a special focus on film, TV, and theater in New York City and Los Angeles.