Choose from Five Options
- One-year, 10-issue subscription to Martha Stewart Living ($7.99 value)
- One-year, 10-issue subscription to Woman’s Day ($7.99 value)
- One-year, 12-issue subscription to Family Circle ($5.99 value) * One-year, 12-issue subscription to O, The Oprah Magazine ($18 value)
- One-year, 10-issue subscription to Dr. Oz The Good Life ($10 value)
Martha Stewart Living
Martha Stewart has written the book(s) and made the TV show(s) on cooking, decorating, and entertaining, which is why she’s long enjoyed status as one of America’s favorite homemakers. And her magazine, Martha Stewart Living, is a consistent reminder of everything she’s so good at. Chock-full of domestic tips and tricks, the magazine makes planning a meal or a fabulous party look as low-key and effortless as if Martha were doing it for you.
While many short-lived magazines publish articles on topical issues that won’t matter in a few years, magazines like Woman’s Day thrive for decades by covering timeless topics and offering reliable advice to earn the loyalty of readers. Since publishing its first edition on October 7th, 1937, Woman’s Day has been producing monthly issues that fill newsstands with stories about the things that matter most in many people’s lives. Health topics, recipes, style insights, and money advice often grace the pages, as well as regularly appearing sections on travel and sweepstakes.
In today’s fast-paced society, cooking, fitness, and family life are hard to juggle. Which is why inside each copy of Family Circle magazine are glossy pages filled with a plethora of meal ideas, parenting advice, and even fitness tips designed to help women on the go. Whip up seasonally inspired dinners, including grilled kebabs, slow-cooker pulled pork, cupcakes, and others made with healthy ingredients. Then, peruse fashion trends and home-decor photos for ideas to update homes, closets, and the wardrobes of monsters hiding in them. Finally, the parenting and relationship articles bestow readers with ideas for bringing families closer together.
O, The Oprah Magazine
Each month, O arrives inside subscribers’ mailboxes, its pages brimming with content approved by Oprah herself. The magazine showcases a range of articles that cover all of life’s facets: health, relationships, fashion, literature, food, entertainment, and world-domination etiquette. Oprah recruited a ragtag group of underdogs—including Nate Berkus, Suze Orman, and Dr. Oz—to contribute self-bettering pieces to her monthly tome. Like its talk show predecessor, O also recommends products to beautify and gadgets to simplify, as well as books that Oprah and her band of pals think pass the Queen of Daytime’s muster.
Dr. Oz The Good Life
Real-life MD and TV host Dr. Mehmet Oz is taking his show beyond the airwaves with a new magazine dedicated to helping readers look and feel their best. As an extension of his show, The Good Life still focuses on bringing to light expert strategies, treatments, and information on a range of health topics, but the format is easier to share, remember, and reference than TV. Besides medical news, the magazine’s pages are filled with tempting recipes, exercise tips, and beauty secrets.
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