Casual Living Magazine Yearly Subscription
I read a copy of this magazine while in a waiting room. I remember when the magazine was a little stuffy quite awhile ago, and I was surprised to see how fresh, inspiring and charming it had become. The current editor is fabulous. It is everything I want in this type of magazine, and I keep meaning to email the editor about how fab I think the magazine is. For me, there is a place between cheesey and overly grand in interior design where I want to live, and this magazine captures it beautifully. I am so enjoying my subscription.
It's OK to read. I guess I'm past the stage of cooking and redecorating. Sometimes there is a little idea or recipee that I can use. I take it to the hospital for patients to read. I think it is a magazine one can just page through without giving it much thought. Good for patients to distract them a little bit from their tests or illness.
I find the magazine is a great place to relax and think of ideas to share with family and friends. This magazine is the only one you really need to live life well.
Solid accessible home projects offering real design that is not as tragically pretentious as some other shelter magazine titles. Always find good ideas and resources. Photography is usually pretty good and editors seem to resist the urge to photoshop excessively.
Magazine is sent frequently. Introduction subscription price is a great value. Magazine though containing interesting articles is very downsized and contains way fewer articles and columns than in previous years; it was shocking that the hard copy would be reduced to this limited level. Such a respected magazine happy it is still in print.