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- $5 for a one-year, 12-issue subscription to Better Homes & Gardens ($5.99 value)
- $5 for a one-year, 10-issue subscription to Rachael Ray Every Day ($6.99 value)
- $5 for a one-year, 12-issue subscription to Family Circle ($5.99 value)
- $5 for a one-year, 10-issue subscription to Shape ($5.99 value)
- $5 for a one-year, 8-issue subscription to Traditional Home ($12 value)
- $5 for a one-year, 6-issue subscription to Midwest Living ($9.99 value)
- $5 for a one-year, 4-issue subscription to Diabetic Living ($9.99 value)
- $5 for a two-year, 16-issue subscription to Family Fun ($19 value)
- $5 for a one-year, 4-issue subscription to Do It Yourself ($9.99 value)
- $5 for a one-year, 6-issue subscription to Allrecipes ($7.99 value)
- $5 for a one-year, 4-issue subscription to Martha Stewart Weddings ($9 value)
- $5 for a one-year, 10-issue subscription to Martha Stewart Living ($7.99 value)
- $5 for a two-year, 24-issue subscription to Parents ($7.99 value)
- $5 for a one-year, 6-issue subscription to EatingWell ($9.99 value)
Better Homes & Gardens
Though its glossy pages often feature high-design decor and upscale entertaining ideas, the articles, recipes, and DIY tips found in Better Homes & Gardens are carefully curated for down-to-earth home dwellers. Whether the pages feature clever storage solutions or spring gardening tips, this magazine will help you keep your home looking pristine all year long.
Rachael Ray Every Day
Rachael Ray once recounted, “My first vivid memory is watching my mom in a restaurant kitchen.” It must have made quite the impression on the young Ray, whose family boasts several cooks on both sides—her seeming birthright rapidly became a highly visible career that encompasses several television shows, best-selling cookbooks, and food-centric philanthropy. Invite this culinary powerhouse into your own kitchen with Rachael Ray Every Day, a roundup of her best 30-minute meals, cooking tips, and budget-friendly entertaining ideas, all of which embody Ray’s down-to-earth cooking style. Whether your instrument of choice is a slow cooker or a cupcake pan, this magazine will help you whip up the perfect dish in no time.
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 your family’s wardrobe. Finally, the parenting and relationship articles bestow readers with ideas for bringing families closer together.
Fitness magazine Shape’s 1981 founding came with some controversy. The publisher wanted a commercial-style magazine with sexy models and more fluff than hard journalism. But founder Christine MacIntyre wanted to give women the real scoop. She wanted the models to look healthy, the language to avoid sexist tropes, and the articles to be penned by people with real credentials. In the end, MacIntyre won: under her editorship, Shape required every writer have an advanced medical degree. Contributor Cynthia Sass, for example, provides nutritional advice based on her knowledge as a registered dietitian and degree in public health. The magazine is also printed on recycled paper, a practice that helps Shape save more than 17,000 trees per year.
Traditional Home is much more than a magazine—despite its two-dimensional pages, the publication serves as an intersection where classic style and modern life meet great design. Colorful pages feature articles that span from antiques collecting to eco-friendly decorating tips that inspire your inner interior designer. These tips and stories are designed to easily translate to any home, so you can redecorate your vacationing neighbor’s apartment with ease.
One look inside Midwest Living is all it takes to dismiss the notion that America’s north-central states are mere flyover territory. Travel articles showcase some of the Midwest’s best resorts, restaurants, and parks. Recipes for slow-cooker meals, desserts, and other comfort foods give a tantalizing taste of the Heartland’s cuisine. And tips on holiday decorating, home décor, and gardening help readers keep an inviting, comfortable home.
The writers and editors at Diabetic Living focus on content for those living with diabetes, as well as those who want to better understand and support the diabetic lifestyles of their family and friends. Each issue’s pages are dedicated to diabetic-friendly recipes, so readers can enjoy tasty meals that won’t negatively impact blood sugar or trigger pain. Articles also branch into other areas of physical and mental health, covering the impact of diabetes on everything from weight loss to depression. Stories from those living with diabetes offer inspiration.
Fostering new and interesting ways to engage and excite kids can be a challenge, but Family Fun magazine gives parents the upper hand in their fight against boredom. The magazine lands in mailboxes, chock-full of creative and stimulating projects, cooking tips, and enriching games or activities. Written with parents and children between the ages of 3 and 12 in mind, issues also cover travel destinations, party ideas, and other daytime outings.
Do It Yourself
Sometimes the most striking furniture in your home is also the thriftiest. Do It Yourself helps you personalize your home with DIY furniture and décor that makes the most of what you already have. Each issue features step-by-step instructions for easy projects, including repainting old furniture, sprucing up flea-market finds, and finding new uses for old materials.
Allrecipes combines inspiring new recipes with user reviews, sporting beautiful, glossy photos. Themed recipe collections, alongside tantalizing pictures of plates like juicy grilled scallops or red velvet cakes, allow subscribers to become experts in slow cooker recipes or pleasing picky eaters. The magazine even contains fun party tips, such as commercial bingo during sports games, to create festive mealtime atmospheres.
Martha Stewart Weddings
The elegant, artisanal, and do-it-yourself ethos of Martha Stewart’s entertaining empire fills every page of Martha Stewart Weddings. Brides-to-be can find inspiration for luscious bouquets, breathtaking gowns, and favorite beauty tips in every quarterly issue. The magazine also features new trends in cakes and venue decor, as well as practical tips to help celebrations run smoothly.
Martha Stewart Living
Martha Stewart is an author and TV show star with an expertise in cooking, decorating, and entertaining with the status as one of America’s favorite homemakers. 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 low-key and effortless as if Martha were doing it for you.
Unlike Ikea furniture, kids don’t come with instruction manuals. That’s why Parents magazine fills its glossy pages with informed advice and ingenious tips about how to raise healthy and well-adjusted children while maintaining your own sanity. Each month, nearly 16 million readers flip through the pages to learn how to deal with food allergies, the ins and outs of child development, pregnancy tips, and product safety information.
Chock full of easy, mouth-watering recipes and meal plans curated with budgets and diets in mind, EatingWell will help you transform your kitchen and your lifestyle in the name of healthier pursuits. Its nutrition experts refuse to sacrifice taste, swapping out unhealthy ingredients for whole grains, fresh produce, and healthy cuts of meat that can easily be sourced from your grocery store. It also offers dieting advice, food news, and health-conscious articles to help you live well.
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