Newest Review: ... just ain't me and I would much prefer the extra sleep than getting up early to do a work out. However, having said that I felt out of my ... more
I feel kinda zesty!
Member Name: stylefreak
Advantages: fab articles, few adverts
BY FAR my fave magazine at the moment, expensive at £3.20, but I get a good few hours reading out of each edition and reguarly go back paw over bits that I found interesting in past copies. I buy it every month and due to the fact that I cannot bear to give or throw away my lovely Zest's i'm getting a good old stack now!!!
You get what you pay for with this magazine, many expensive mags seem chunky but are filled with the same old adds, NO I CANNOT AFFORD CHANEL PERFUME OR JIMMY CHOOS! Just because I've bought an over - priced magazine does not automatically mean that I can afford all these designer clothes, STOP TEASING ME!!! Well Zest is not like that, its jam packed full of informative articles that you actually want to know about...the amount of stuff I've learnt from it is phenomonal.
Its a fitness based magazine so if you don't particurly like excercise then its probably not for you, however, theres something for most people...
-step by step excercise routines (my fave- burn 500 cals in your lunch hour!)
-phycological type stuff
It focuses on YOU. Not celebs, it tells you how to improve your lifestyle and feel fabulous...I think I might just go and grab a copy from the shops now..
Summary: adore it, but my poor living room is suffering, too many past copies!