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I don't tend to buy "women's" magazines, so I couldn't say what my choice would be. I'm more in the camp of sewing/quilting mags, with the occasional Craft Stamper thrown in. Perhaps I shouldn't mention that my Mum has a sub to Good Housekeeping!
always good to relax with a magazine
Nothing like a nice sit down with a magazine. So are they advocating gin as a treatment for cellulite?? ;)
Don't laugh - oh, go on, then - I bought Good Housekeeping for a while when I was a teenager because it had plenty to read in it. I moved to that from Smash Hits...
I love relaxing with a magazine...though it is more likely to be a craft one....I do dip into Prima sometimes.
I don't do much magazine reading either but I's rather read about Gin and cellulite than Kim Kardashian's 10 best looks ;)
I read Good Housekeeping (US & UK) for years. Tis still a good mag. Hope you enjoy :)
My favourite teashop always has a copy for teashoppers to read :). Isn't that Felicitiy Kendal on the front? Ah, for the Good Life TV series now - I wonder gin and cellulite would feature!
I am not a big magazine reader but my boyfriends mum has quite a few good housekeeping ones and I have spent many a happy hour curled up reading them! Good choice!
Yes they are a bit like a lifestyle blog - pretty pictures and lots to aspire for!
I'll just have the gin please. You can keep the cellulite. :0)
I don't regularly buy magazines but if I do, Good Housekeeping is the one I pick too!
Nothing beats a nice hot bath accompanied by a cup of tea, a chocolate digestive or two and a good magazine.
a good choice!
So, does the regular consumption of gin help to reduce cellulite?!
Love Amy's comment. :) I used to read it all the time and it was one of my Mum's favourites. Right now I don't have a favourite but it would be a cooking magazine.
Ha, I had exactly the same thought the other week. Hey ho ;-)
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