Easy Living Magazine Reviews
Description:Covers every aspect of women's lives from fashion, beauty and health to home, food and relationships.
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Customer Easy Living Magazine Reviews (7)
by - written on 23/12/09 (Very useful, 83 readings)
Easy Living Magazine is a women's monthly lifestyle glossy - aimed at the more sophisticated, intelligent reader. The magazine is published monthly and costs around £3.40 (the price reduces if you take out a subscription option at the equivalent of £3.20 per issue for a 12-month subscription of £1.25 for a 24-month subscription). This is a little more expensive than equivalent glossies (such as Glamour, Marie Claire etc which cost around £2) but I do believe the magazine offers good value-for-money, with in-depth, mature and interesting articles (and no glut of eccentric fashion or excessive promotional adverts)! Easy Living is published by Conde ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/02/10 (Very useful, 266 readings)
Glossy magazines are nice to flick through whilst waiting at the doctors (as long as you don't think about all the germs on them!) or when on a long journey but how many people really read them from cover to cover. I had received an offer about a year ago for a trial subscription to Easy Living for just £1 a month for 12 months and suggested to my son he could buy it for my birthday. I didn't know much about it but it said it had fashion, health and beauty, recipes, homes and much more so I decided at that price it was worth trying. My copies come through the post so I always get it nice and early and in fact had the March copy over a week ago. It varies in size ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/09/09 (Very useful, 134 readings)
Easy Living is a magazine that I had never read before and to be honest the name isn't really that inspiring it wouldn't have motivated me to pick it up off the shelf. However my mum lent me the magazine to read so I thought I would give it a try. On opening the magazine I discovered that it was published by Conde Nast who are the people who also publish magazines including Vogue and Glamour. The magazine costs £3.20 and is published monthly. The August Issue which is the one I am reviewing has 188 pages so it's quite a good size. It's sometimes difficult to determine who the target market is for a particular magazine but I would guess that it is for women ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/06/09 (Very useful, 143 readings)
I don't usually buy glossy mags (they are a bit on the pricey side and seem to be full of adverts),I usually go for Heat,Closer or Reveal. A few months ago my husband rang me to say he had found this voucher in a newspaper where you got Easy Living Magazine For a £1 ( I think it was for a £1 anyway) and it was giving a bag away. So I said go for it, I hadn't heard of this mag before. When I saw the magazine it was quite thick and very glossy. Straight away I thought I'm not going to like this (but I couldn't say as it had been brought for me!). To made things worse when my children saw it they said mum you are getting old as they thought it looked like an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/08/09 (Very useful, 137 readings)
I have no real loyalty to the various titles in the women's monthly lifestyle magazines category in the magazine racks; I generally choose my magazine based on the articles advertised on the cover. However I have found myself frequently attracted to the contents of Easy Living magazine over the past few months. This is a 180ish page publication retailing at the fairly average price of £3.20. Published by the company responsible for Vogue and Glamour I think the intended readership for this magazine is women in their early thirties onwards. This magazine has sections similar to the majority of women's magazines: - In The Know - the obligatory ... Read the complete review
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