Redbook

February 8, 2017 - Comment

Redbook is the must-read magazine for today’s young, married woman: an individual as passionate about her own needs as she is about those of her family. Each issue offers exciting, provocative features that address the all aspects of her life?everything from stylish fashion and beauty portfolios to scintillating stories on keeping her marriage fresh, to

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Redbook is the must-read magazine for today’s young, married woman: an individual as passionate about her own needs as she is about those of her family. Each issue offers exciting, provocative features that address the all aspects of her life?everything from stylish fashion and beauty portfolios to scintillating stories on keeping her marriage fresh, to ideas on balancing home and career demands.If you’re a young married woman looking for advice on how to balance every facet of your life, Redbook magazine has the information you need. It is written for ladies like you who need to balance being a wife with having a career in or outside of the home. It doesn’t matter if you dress up to commute to work every day or you consider homemaking your job, this publication addresses issues women of all lifestyles face. It features tips on entertaining, home decorating, and other hints to keep a household running smoothly.

Redbook magazine contains appearance tips in every issue. Knowing that not all women have a model physique, articles are geared toward real women, like you, who are looking for great pieces to add to their wardrobe. Find out about the latest trends in workplace attire, date night ensembles to romance your husband, and accessories to finish off whatever look you’re going for. You’ll read about the latest makeup techniques and flattering hairstyles, as well.

Redbook magazine also offers advice on how to keep your marriage strong and healthy. It features articles on how to carve out time in your schedules to spend with each other, as well as what to do when you have issues you need work on. It showcases thoughts from married women in all walks of life, as well as expert opinions on common problems that arise in many relationships. The publication also addresses coworker interactions, friendship dilemmas, and family fundamentals.

A subscription to Redbook magazine will help to lighten the load of juggling all the people you need to be for your loved ones, as well as help you figure out how to make time for yourself.

Comments

Danell says:

Good magazine but please stop with the celebrity cover stories The main thing I don’t like about Redbook is that each month the cover story is about an actor or actress. It’s always the same type of interview – they are almost interchangeable. We hear some some TV or movie star talk about how they are just a “normal” person, struggling to make dinner and take care of their children. Then there’s usually the part about how their spouse is the love of their life and how they balance work and marriage. Then don’t forget the part about how he or she has now FINALLY found peace and happiness in their life. If I had a dollar for every one of these celebrity relationships that has ended, many in nasty breakups, I would be rich. And does anyone really believe that their lives are normal? I really, really wished Redbook would switch up their cover stories. How about covering an issue? Or maybe just a recipe on the cover? But, all in all I like Redbook for it’s low cost and it keeps me in “the know” about fashion.

Lola's Mom says:

… for “older ladies” and that it couldn’t possibly be cool. But it really is I used to think that Redbook was only for “older ladies” and that it couldn’t possibly be cool. But it really is! It is not for *much* younger women, though. For example, there are no sex tips (um, we already know them at this age, thanks) and thankfully, there is no talk about how to get a man either, or how to look hot in your favorite body-con dress. My favorite pages are the ones where they show all kinds of good buys under $100, and the ones where they take one clothing item and show how to style it several different ways. The articles are smart and relevant to the 30+ crowd.

Original Larkin says:

Fits me! I was previously subscribing to Marie Claire and Cosmo but was finding that the fashion in Marie Claire was not geared to me (it’s way too expensive) and I grew out of Cosmo long long ago. I had never even seen a copy of this magazine before subscribing but decided to go for it since it says it is geared towards today’s young married women (and that’s me!). I think this description is right on for what you get with this magazine. 

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