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The magazine that celebrates smart, sophisticated 40+ women?s interests in fashion, health, beauty, travel, and self-reinvention.

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More magazine is perfect for intelligent, sophisticated women over the age of forty who are interested in a variety of topics that pertain to their daily lives, such as beauty, fashion, health, and travel. Each issue is packed with articles about ways to deal with weight gain, menopause, aging parents, or difficulties in the business world.

Many women over forty find that magazines they read in their twenties and thirties dealing with relationships, fitness, and beauty secrets no longer address the problems they face today. More magazine goes beyond the topics addressed by other beauty and fashion magazines and provides tips tailored to that specific age range. You'll also read stories about older women doing extraordinary things in their lives and realistic photos and articles featuring women who are facing common, everyday issues that most women in the same age group will be able to relate to.

More magazine celebrates all facets of a woman, including her smart, active, witty, natural, and nurturing side. The articles in the magazine focus on the journey women go through as they age and the adventures they experience as they mature. The magazine has a positive outlook on aging that resonates with women who face aging happily and gracefully and are not afraid to talk about the process.

More magazine makes the perfect gift for any woman who embraces her age fully and who wants to make the most out of her aging experience. It is a great resource for women trying to deal with all of the changes that accompany the process of getting older.

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  • Format: Magazine
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Publisher: Meredith
  • ASIN: B0029XHGU8
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (196 customer reviews)
  • This magazine subscription is provided by Meredith Corporation

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169 of 176 people found the following review helpful
Subscription Term Name:1 year
The average woman's mag is either aimed at the 18-34 age group (Glamour, Allure) or it's for the soccer moms (Woman's Day consistently figures in the top five of all magazines for women. And for good reason.) But what if you don't care to make bunny-shaped coconut cakes for Easter or what if you are WAY beyond caring about bikinis or contraceptives? MORE is aimed at the mature babe who still cares to dress fashionably and who wants to read about women of a similar age.

Of course, the invevitable celebrity graces the cover (this IS what people want to read, apparently, according to whatever marketing tools magazine editors use.) And the articles are not earth-shaking or in depth in any way. MORE replaces several other magazines gone belly-up, as advertisers apparently don't want dollars from gals over 35, possibly because they spend their dough with great discernment; $250 for a trendy corset-shaped handbag? Hmm, maybe NOT. Since "Lear's", "Mirabella" and "Mode" all bit the dust in the last decade or so, this is what there is for fashion and forty or fifty year old female. Hey, it beats "Reader's Digest" for fashion advice, is all I can say.
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115 of 118 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Finally a magazine for ME November 7, 2002
By LeeinNY
Subscription Term Name:1 year
When I was a teen, I read 16 and SEVENTEEN magazines. In my 20s, I read Glamour; Mademoiselle was my magazine of choice in my early 30s and Cosmopolitan did it for me as I approached late 30s. Once I got to my mid-40s, none of the aforementioned magazines seemed to speak to me anymore. At 49, I'm way past the "do's and don'ts" of fashion and "how to drive your man wild" kinds of articles. :-) I wanted to know how other women were dealing with middle age and everything that comes with it --weight gain, crows feet, menopause -- as well as the usual beauty stuff! There are articles in this magazine dealing with taking care of aging parents, grown-up kids who won't leave the nest, making your way in the corporate world, and lots of other things that are relevant to women my age and their lifestyles. Also, I love the cover models! I'm never going to be as thin or well put together as Susan Sarandon, Cybill Shepherd or Glenn Close, but it's nice to see so many women MY age on the cover of a magazine I love!
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62 of 65 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars More About MORE September 8, 2003
By A Customer
Subscription Term Name:1 year|Verified Purchase
MORE debuted as a fairly lightweight magazine that targeted the mid-life woman. I was a skeptic, but since then it has grown up and matured with its demanding audience. When I saw Jamie Lee Curtis's brave expose of her unmade-up face and 40-something body in a feature that smashed the myth of her "perfect" image and seriously addressed women's age issues and the youth cult, I knew that MORE had finally arrived.
One can now read serious and timely articles on subjects of concern to women old enough to experience menopause and have AARP memberships; get fashion and beauty tips that are helpful and appropriate to older women (and see them on models who are actually 40+); and be inspired by features about women who have done exciting things with their lives and/or are still works in progress. My only complaint is that the clothes are beyond the means of all but the very well-heeled, but on the whole that's a small thing. After all, real women know where and how to shop for bargains.
The young girls have Glamour, Jane, Cosmo and In Style; mature women who know about life and love in realistic terms now have MORE. I have a subscription and look forward to its monthly arrival in my mailbox.
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63 of 68 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Some good information, but a downbeat tone March 27, 2008
Subscription Term Name:1 year
I can't say this magazine has no useful or interesting information - but I find the overall tone quite depressed and depressing. I don't mind that the fashion articles are full of over-priced clothing - they still give a general idea of styles that can look good on women over 40. I don't mind that most of the women pictured look like they spend many hours a day working on their appearance - we all have different priorities, and maybe my own should be adjusted a bit more in that direction. I don't mind the celebrities on the covers - if a photo of Holly Hunter helps them sell magazines, it's okay by me.

But many of the (admittedly well-written) articles seem to suggest that the number and the scope of problems that women over 40 must deal with are overwhelming. Unhappy marriages, age-related illnesses, resentful children, difficult parents, estranged siblings, soul-destroying jobs, etc., etc., etc. - even the books and movies reviewed seem to be mostly in the same vein. The occasional up-beat article often celebrates a woman who divorced her husband, quit her job, moved away from her family, and "re-invented" herself as a ceramic artist, or an acupuncturist, or an ostrich farmer. (I'm exaggerating a little - but not much!)

Yes, middle age brings some difficulties with it, but not every woman who is 40+ regrets every important decision she has ever made. And most of us who have reached that milestone have also reached a point at which we can and do use our common sense to deal with problems as they arise. Lighten up, More!
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40 of 42 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars only complaint:it's too short! November 26, 2001
Subscription Term Name:1 year
Of the numerous magazines I subscribe to, this is one of the most useful for women over 40. No bimbo articles, no articles about 10 ways to contort oneself---well, you get the idea. What it DOES have is informative and intelligent articles such as the recent one about common haircolor mistakes made by mature women, complete with before-and-after pictures. There are some fun articles, and some articles like another recent one about the women in President Bush's inner circle of advisors. (Very reassuring, that one.) The newstands either don't get many copies, or they sell quickly, so you may not have seen it, but it's worth a look!
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More spoke to my issues: mid-forties, married, 2 kids. I was disappointed to receive Family Circle as a replacement subscription. Read more
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Published 9 months ago by Barbarella
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Published 12 months ago by j5 love
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
Great magazine for the over 40 women.
Published 12 months ago by C. Lavalle
3.0 out of 5 stars Okay.
I expected "more" from this magazine. It's thin, and it just doesn't really engage me. I'm over all the fashion, make up, celebrity crap. Read more
Published 13 months ago by M. Monroe
5.0 out of 5 stars Love to curl up and relax with this one
Finally! A cerebral health and beauty magazine that isn't just about appearances. This one is inspiring while also helping me to stay up on current issues. Read more
Published 13 months ago by Little Linda
5.0 out of 5 stars but More is feels like a new and refreshing publication compared to...
I read More in the lobby of my doctor's office and was so impressed. It's a magazine of actual substance featuring articles about female leaders, creatives, and entrepreneurs and... Read more
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