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  • Beauty, fashion, health and fitness, food and nutrition and the latest in home and entertaining. For modern, upbeat sophisticated women.

EDITORIAL REVIEW OF SELF MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION

Will have you looking and feeling great in no time. Its upbeat approach will push you to action as you read through its pages. You will learn how to care for your health better through its many articles focused on proper diet and balanced nutrition. The style of writing throughout Self magazine stirs you to begin eating right, right away. Basic balanced exercises for busy women will help you get into shape. Self magazine provides a wide variety of workouts for women looking to tone up, lose weight, or simply maintain their current body shape.

Self magazine also focuses on fashion, keeping you up to date on changes in trends, and the newest of apparel. The beauty section will help you take bold new steps to an even more beautiful you. Full of tips and tricks, Self magazine is a reliable source for beauty, fashion, and fitness information.

Improvement and feeling good are key, and features found in Self magazine will inspire you to take steps to reach goals you have set for yourself. Contributions from other writers, as well as readers, round out the content, and serve as inspiration for every woman looking to improve her life, her surroundings, and herself.

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CUSTOMER REVIEWS OF SELF MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION

Average customer rating: Magazine Rating: 3 of 5 Stars!
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Reviewed by Nicole Jones Magazine Rating: 3 of 5 Stars!
Self magazine is an all around great and informative read. Each issue gives tips on style, health, beauty, fitness, entertainment and food and nutrition. Sometimes I feel the ads are overpowering, but generally not.
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