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This magazine is truly lovely and generally-speaking a
terrific departure from the standard ladies' fare offered out there
today. The glossy-photographs are of excellent quality, and the
articles are informed, entertaining, well-written, and cover a myriad of
topics concerning women.
But, I was so disappointed to pick up this magazine in a
waiting room recently only to find a "fitness make-over" that
amounted to the same body make-overs other ladies'
magazines use, including the measuring of inches and weight
lost. I am all for losing weight if it will improve one's health, but it
just didn't feel to me like the women covered in that particular
write-up really put as much emphasis on health as on how they looked.
I've always thought of Oprah as being a self-love guru, but that one
article had me wondering if she really signs off on every piece used in
her magazine. (Given her busy schedule, it wouldn't seem likely.)
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