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Overall the articles are timely topics and intelligently written, though a lot of the celebrity pieces are a little fluffy. I find it annoying that they tend to start with the writer gushing over what the celebrity is wearing and eating or how she's oh so casually sitting in her seat all of which I couldn't care less about.
Some of the stories are quite real-life describing how women of all walks of life have overcome hardships and built themselves up, changed direction, reinterpreted their life, childhood, etc. They also do excellent articles on health issues women over 40 face. This is not to say the magazine focuses on depressing issues, not at all. It's very real-life. But the overall tone is getting "fluffier", perhaps in an attempt to attract a younger audience, and that is a shame.
The one thing I absolutely hate about the magazine is the "plastification" of the cover models - these well-known women can be unrecognizable and look like Barbie dolls. The one of Julie Bowen in particular, I couldn't figure out who she was! These women are gorgeous in their own right yet More makes them look like plastic dolls. It makes me question their "This is what (age) looks like" - is she photoshopped beyond recognition too, or does she really look like that? I wish the magazine would challenge its advertisers to also stop photoshopping women's bodies into unreal and unattainable shapes and skin textures.
February ~ it was December's issue ~ combined with January and then February
came the next day. There are only 10 issues to begin with ~ I am two issues in
and they are old.