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Redbook (1-year)

3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (190 customer reviews)

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If you find the sex-and-the-single-girl style of Cosmo less relevant to your current how-do-I-juggle-kids-husband-job-sanity stage of life, then congratulations, you've graduated to Redbook. Don't worry, this isn't your mother's magazine; Redbook is loaded with steamy Cosmo-like articles (in other words, sex, sex, sex), only now they're covered under "Love and Marriage" and deal with helping you keep things together at home (including a monthly Q&A with John Gray called "Passionate Monogamy"). From here, Redbook branches out, with sections on kids and parenting, food, health and fitness, beauty, fashion, celebrity profiles, short fiction, book excerpts, and making time for yourself. --Jenny Brown

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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.

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  • Format: Magazine
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Publisher: Hearst Magazines
  • ASIN: B00005N7SG
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (190 customer reviews)
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110 of 123 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Too Well-Rounded? February 6, 2002
Subscription Term Name:1 year
Just canceled my subscription, after a year-and-a-half. Unfortunately, for my tastes and lifestyle (40s, married, business owner, no children). I think Redbook is trying to be too well-rounded. I used to love this magazine (especially back in HS and college), but now it seems like it trying to appeal to too many audiences at once...a few pages of Cosmo-style sex-related articles, a few pages of Women's World-style life-threatening articles, a few pages of Health- magazine "you too can have abs of steel" articles, and way too pages of Parent's Magazine-style articles. The only thing I found myself enjoying was the "Most Embarrassing Moments" feature. I think that a magazine with an article about "Red Hot Sex Kissing Games" a few pages away from an article about "Kids Get Dry Skin Too" is not focused enough. On top of this (and perhaps because of it), it seemed as though most of their articles only touched the surface of any one topic, -- all headlines and captions, no substance. I think Vanity Fair, Jane, or Marie Claire might be a better choice for those who want a more focused magazine that delves into its topics more thoroughly.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Piece of junk - too much advertising and no substance November 25, 2007
By Ash
Subscription Term Name:1 year|Verified Purchase
This magazine should be handed out for free, I am not surprised currently going for $3 because it is basically only full of ads. Out of a bulky 225 pages to browse, ony 25 pages of articles, out of which only 10 pages of interest to me....I would definitely not renew my subscription in 9 months!!!
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A well-balanced magazine! Enjoyed it then; enjoy it now! November 27, 2007
Subscription Term Name:1 year
I enjoyed reading this magazine when I was raising my children because it had something of interest to almost everyone in the family. When the kids were at school, I especially liked putting my feet up and settling down with a cup of hot tea while reading the few short fiction stories that were featured in each issue.

I was disappointed when the publishers went "with the flow" and discontinued the short fiction a few years ago, but I continued to read it for the other interesting features.

As the kids grew up and situations changed, I quit reading magazines so much and lost myself in my true love--reading novels. Thus, Redbook was lost somewhere along the way.

Recently, when I saw Redbook in Amazon, it was like seeing an old friend ... an old friend showing more "cleavage," to be sure. But, regretfully, that's the signs of the times. On a whim--I ordered a subscription. The price was right, and I haven't regretted my decision.

Some reviewers have complained because they think Redbook tries to appeal to too many sections of society, but I find that a plus. I like learning about things other generations and cultures find of interest.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting, but too much "mom stuff" July 19, 2006
Subscription Term Name:1 year
I was annoyed that this magazine seems to equate "mature woman" with "has kids". I enjoy the realistic fashion tips and advice, and I get annoyed with Cosmo's teenage attitude, but I'd like to see more about careers to balance out the "how to be a mom who does it all" sections. And yes, I'm not kidding...there's a regular section on being a mom who does it all.

This mag will appeal to those who are in the mom/work category. Those of us who do not have kids but are still "grown up" will be a little left behind.
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21 of 26 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Very Shallow May 31, 2002
By A Customer
Subscription Term Name:1 year
This is a very shallow magazine. The artickes have no depth, the titles and cover proclimations are very misleading (such as a child's "Miracle" recovery which was simply that he got better when the Dr.'s found what was wrong and gave him a bit of medicine, or a "Quirky" post-baby weight loss tip that was breastfeeding). It's full of useless "diets," scare-of-the-month health issues that aren't even real news, and other such drivel. In trying to appeal to everyone it doesn't appeal to me at all!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing! June 11, 2012
Subscription Term Name:1 year
I read this magazine for the first time several years ago while pumping when my baby was in the hospital. I loved it! It seemed to cater to young, hip, profressional women (including new mamas!) I couldn't wait to subscribe! Unfortunately, the magazine has changed since that time to the point that I canceled my subscription. There were too many "shock-value" articles that just don't appeal to me now that I am in my 30s. Also, I didn't want my daughter stumbling upon one of the sizzling (often premarital) sex topics. Yikes! I expect this from Cosmo, but not from Redbook.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Love this Magazine! April 14, 2010
Subscription Term Name:1 year auto-renewal|Verified Purchase
As a married mother of five boys in her mid thirties I have to say I dont' have a lot in common with articles such as, "How to get him to ask for your phone number," Or "Looking sexy, not slutty." (though I like to look sexy) And Redbook doesn't waste my time with articles like that, not like some other shall remain nameless publications.

I want nice, classic with a touch of trendy clothing, but I can't afford to spend $1800 on one t-shirt. Redbook gives me stylish, affordable alternatives. They have great articles regarding keeping the heat alive in your marriage, and their recipes are quick, affordable and for the most part kid friendly.

I am a magazine junkie, I have read most magazines out there at some point (Yes, even Car and Driver and Popular Science), and Redbook continues to be among my favorite. It doesn't forget that the married mom is a woman too, nor does it assume that you must be 20, a size two single and living in NYC to want to be sexy and have a good time.
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