Good Housekeeping Magazine Yearly Subscription

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Good Housekeeping magazine is a monthly publication owned and published by Hearst Corporation, a multinational media group nestled in the CBD of NYC. If you love reading articles on recipes, diet, health, not to mention home improvement and maintenance, Good Housekeeping mag is an ideal choice for you. Good Housekeeping is not just any other women’s magazine available at newsstands. This industry pacesetter has been the face of urban American women, both young and old, through the decades.

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Good Housekeeping magazine is a monthly publication owned and published by Hearst Corporation, a multinational media group nestled in the CBD of NYC. Founded in 1887, the magazine has secured its strong presence in the niche it serves, i.e. women’s wellness and lifestyle. If you love reading articles on recipes, diet, health, not to mention home improvement and maintenance, Good Housekeeping mag is an ideal choice for you. Good Housekeeping is not just any other women’s magazine available at newsstands. This industry pacesetter has been the face of urban American women, both young and old, through the decades.

A Century Old Legacy

The journey of the women’s magazine has been illustrious. At a time when feminist movements were still a thing of the future, the magazine gained quick popularity among average American middle-class and affluent women. Through the years, the “Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval” has become a popular catchphrase for products that pass the rigorous Good HouseKeeping testing. The magazine celebrates and promotes the good things in life, starting from good style to good food and so on. Each issue features the following sections that are extremely popular among readers:

• Product reviews

• Home and organizing

• Recipes

• Diet and health

• Beauty and style

• Relationships

• Holidays

Every Woman’s Trusted Companion

Good Housekeeping magazine subscriptions are purchased predominantly by urban women in America who want to meet their family's daily needs. From product reviews to DIY home improvement and tips for making baby food, moms have found the information they need in the magazine. Often dubbed as the most trusted women’s magazine, the magazine chronicles the essentials of well-being with each issue.

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Good Housekeeping magazine is quite popular among women who are on the qui vive when it comes to health and diet tips, beauty advice, home maintenance, and family-related articles.

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I have been receiving this magazine for many years. There is something for everyone, I love it. Excellent reviews of products we use everyday as well. And the very best subscription price available.


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I have enjoyed this magazine for many years, especially human interest stories and household tips, but I now find that it has less appeal to me as I age. Definitely meant for a younger audience. Way too many ads, but I guess that's what keeps them in print, though I do appreciate their "seal of approval."


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I was able to purchase this magazine on sale and I must say I was pleasantly surprised at the articles. Not only do they have recipes, but it also covers health and beauty tips, and other topics related to everyday life, which I found extremely helpful. I will definitely renew my subscription.


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I gave this 3 stars, not because I am not happy with the magazine. The magazine is great! I love it and would recommend it to anyone. But I'm dissatisfied with the way Amazon handled my subscription. I signed up on March 11th for a one-year subscription. Several weeks later I received my first magazine -- the April issue. Great! But then a few days later I received the March issue AND the January / February issue. Why would I want the January / February issue and March issue in April?? So because they sent me two back issues, my one-year subscription will end two months earlier than it is supposed to