I would have to say it is a tie between a few of them (but of course since they are all at the library, I won't actually subscribe). This is my preference below.
1) Cooking Light (besides recipes has exercise, emotional health stuff too) 2) Women's Health (when I need that "GET IT IN GEAR! YOU ARE WORTH IT! RAH RAH RAH!") 3) Health (more focused on conditions and avoiding them but also has great information and some tips and tricks) 4) Runner's World/Women's Running (if you are into that)
I keep thinking Prevention will be a good one and then I start flipping through it and it is filled with drug ads and surface level information...but it is good to get some basics.
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I was talking that over with DH the other day. I wanted to get a backbacker for DD but not sure how it would all work out with potty training. He said he did not mind getting wet from sweat....but the other....he would take a pass!
You can live your life in two ways, one as though nothing is a miracle and the other way, as though everything is a miracle! Einstein
I haven't bought or looked at a health magazine in years, so I really can't say which I would like the best. I do get Backpacker magazine and love it. It motivates me to get back in shape just by looking at all the wonderful places to hike, but have to be in better shape to go again.
Cindy "May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing views. May your mountains rise into and above the clouds." Edward Abbey www.flickr.com/photos/cindymccrary/s ets/
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