O, The Oprah Magazine (2-year)

 
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O, The Oprah Magazine gives confident, smart women the tools they need to explore and reach for their dreams, to express their individual style and to make choices that will lead to a happier and more fulfilling life. With one of the most trusted women in America serving as the magazine?s inspiration, O serves as a catalyst for transforming women's lives.

Customer Reviews:

  • good for moms
    I bought a subscription for my mom, and she loves it. What more can I say?...more info
  • It is decent, but...
    What I found to be a total letdown was the complete absence of bikini or lingerie photos of Ms. Winfrey. Other than that, all the recipes for low-calorie desserts were fabulous....more info
  • Fabulous, fun, and life-improving
    I'm normally not a magazine person because I don't like paying for someone to advertise practically cover to cover with only a few stories here and there. This magazine has it all: things to enrich the community & our own lives, a little beauty and fashion here and there, and even some mind candy....more info
  • Great Magazine!
    O Magazine is a real class act publication. But Ms O would not have it any other way. Its articles are great and the layout and ads are gorgeous. Thanks for a worthwhile read every month!...more info
  • Awesome, this magazine inspires my life
    I travel a lot from the west coast to the east coast so it is quite a long flight, I bring along my Oprah magazine every trip and enjoy devouring the entire thing. When I get there I give it to my family there to enjoy as well.
    When I'm in a rut on certain situations there are always uplifting articles to help me find a positive spin, or even just to accept that life is tough! But along with others support and insight that I am not alone, I realize I'm tougher!...more info
  • Best magazine for women
    I have had a subscription to O for the last two years and it is always a pleasure to get the monthly issue because its contents are interesting, varied and entertaining. After I read it I pass it along to the female members of my family who read English and they also enjoy it regardless of their age group. ...more info
  • Not that great a magazine
    Hard to recommend. Way too much advertising. Content wasnt all that interesting to me....more info
  • Coffee Table Magazine
    Enjoyable monthly reading experience. Beautifully created look that belongs on a coffee table. Timely, informative & thought provoking. Downside: a few too many ads & articles on favorite things etc. that most of the reading public will never purchase or be able to afford. On the expensive side off the newstand but can be purchased at a great deal on Amazon. Have seen lowest offer at 79 cents an issue versus $3.99 off the rack. ...more info
  • Look forward to it every month
    First, I really love Oprah. I find her inspirational, fun, and thought provoking. This magazine is a reflection of all of that. I love getting it in the mail. The articles are intelligent and interest me as a woman, entrepreneur, and mother....more info
  • A magazine with a positive outlook
    The best thing about Oprah's magazine, like her show, is that it has an eternally positive outlook and is always looking for ways to improve things, whether it be an issue like world hunger or just finding a comfortable and stylish pair of shoes. It's one of those magazines that makes me feel good when I read it. There are articles on clothing, relationships, decorating, food, beauty tips, dieting, sex, health and exercise, food, books, interesting people and more. The articles provide quite a bit more depth than most women's magazines and I find them more relevant.

    I'm a 60 year old woman and the magazine always has several articles that I'm interested in reading. ...more info
  • Renewal of Oprah magazine
    My subscription was received by Hearst Magazines without any interruption to my magazine. I was very impressed by the ease of purchase and quickness of response; thank you!...more info
  • it's Oprah !!!
    can't go wrong with Oprah.great magazine. wish it wasn't so high end,i mean who can afford to shop at these featured store/brands...wish there was more info/fashion for common folks....more info
  • The Oprah Magazine
    I got a 1 yr sub for my elderly Mother who is an Oprah fan. After 5-6 wks, she received her 1st issue and said the mag had nice glossy pages but only one story to read. The rest of the mag was advertisement. Also, there was strong perfume on almost all pages, which irritated both of my parents. So far, the mag is disappointing....more info
  • *prah will buy you ALL new cars for reading O, GIRLFRIEND!! As a matter of fact, look under your seat for the keys, GIRLFRIEND!!
    Hi there...girlfriend!!!! All MY girlfriends have been harping about this Opr*h W*nfrey for the longest time like she's a goddess or something, a veritable black Jesus come down to Earth to "save" all the housewives across America. So, naturally, I just HAD to order a subscription of her much-vaunted magazine, if anything, just to see what all the hubbub among women, girlie-men and feminists was all about. Seriously, though, before my girlfriends turned me on to Opr*h, I'd never bothered with her show or any product associated with her--obviously because I'm an independent-thinking person unlike many of the Opr*h-sheeple who hang on every word she utters. Still, with my trustworthy girlfriends going on and on--like a bunch of overly noisy chickens--about the alleged benefits of O magazine, I just HAD to experience it firsthand. Sad to say, though, my feelings are mixed at best!!!!

    I base my fair and balanced review on the February 08 issue of O...you know, the one where she appears on the cover in all her glorious Opr*h-ness like a Queen haughtily assessing her overly loyal subjects (oh, who am I kidding: EVERY cover of O looks like that!).

    My first and totally understandable gripe comes from the noticeably overt hawking of liberal ideology disguised as mere "tips." On page 206, I think, there's a feature entitled "Eco-Makeover" whose premise is to indoctrinate unsuspecting housewives into the Al Gore-style hysteria of global warming fearmongering, girlfriend!!!! The "article" even begins with bold titles exaggerating distress about the allegedly "dying" polar bears, for goodness sake! What really galls me implacably about this "article" is that celebrities--yes, even no-name Matthew Modine (remember him?)-- are once again misused to shill for liberal, political causes. This article even has Modine going to some sucker-family's home and arrogantly--like the lib-elitist he is--helping them rearrange their kitchen so the products within are more environmentally friendly. Some advice doled out in this "article" consists of the liberal plot to make you smell worse as they suggest you should cut shower time by a few minutes!!!!

    After reading this blatant, liberal plan to indoctrinate me into their religion of environmentalism, my hands were shaking and my nerves were on edge as I couldn't believe my girlfriends had exaggerated Opr*h's divinity to this extreme, when, in fact, Opr*h merely appears to be a lowly peddler for liberal causes!!!! To wit, Opr*h ought to be really, really careful about hawking liberal causes--no matter how covertly--because the last one she attempted blew up in her face with massive backlash. I'm of course talking about her misdirected and aloof endorsement of Barack HUSSEIN Obama, girlfriend! Remember when she carelessly appeared at an elitist, removed-from-middle-America rally for him last month? Well, the backlash was immediate and unforgiving from many formerly thoughtless, Ophr*h subjects as they derided her for going political (apparently, women readers and viewers of her show only want the usual, banal tips on domestic life, not politics). For my part, as a full-blooded, Birkenstock-wearing feminista, I actually feel betrayed by Opr*h's endorsement of Barack HUSSEIN Obama since I feel she should've stuck to her gender and endorsed my girl, Madame Hillary!!!!

    The mag's quality declines further: one section's entitled something like "Different Ways to Save the World," and while this altruistic BS-title will appeal to well-meaning liberal ideologues, the "people" giving the "advice" in said section are unsavory. Any independent reader can tell that Opr*h's hawking yet MORE, liberal ideology here. For instance, one way of "saving" the world is suggested by the Planned Parenthood (read: Culture of Death) head whose "advice" consists of indoctrinating readers to demand factually correct sex-ed in schools. This really means she wants sex-ed programs that give condoms to ten-year olds, girlfriend!!!! Another villain presumptuously dispensing advice consists of an environMENTAList who insists on "green schools" under the reasoning that they actually boost test scores and save money (being a liberal reactionary, he naturally schemes to re-invest the saved money for higher teacher salaries, even though many teachers work as part of a public school monopoly with no accountability for teaching kids)!

    Some parts of O are also logically conflicting as the food section will prove. Under the title Knead and Love and Pray, the author of said article is apparently a mother of three who's complaining about being overworked. So, as "advice" on how working mothers should relax...she actually has the nerve to seriously suggest they all make pasta...from scratch, girlfriend! This hours-long process will flagrantly do NOTHING to help the already stressed-out mom relax, but this BS made its way into Opr*h's magazine nonetheless, girlfriend!

    Next, political correctness is proselytized on the unsuspecting housewife-reader in the fashion advice section; this month, it's about shrimpy gals (5'4" or shorter) finding the right outfits! One of these accursed gals just happens to be a 26-year-old, overweight woman who has no self-control in binge-eating. Yet, instead of calling her out on the fact her girth is the reason she can't find flattering clothing, O blames it on the clothing industry being obsessed with "petite" sizes and also whitewashes the 26-year-old as merely being "big-b*ned!" "Big-b*ned"...AHAHAHAHAAAAA, now that's funny!

    Another demerit lies in the elitist and unsympathetic manner O talks down to its audience, girlfriend!!!! In the aforementioned fashion section, tips for wardrobe choices are derisively given along with the costly price tags for the ensembles. In example, many ensembles are comprised of articles of clothing totaling several hundred dollars! This is obviously beyond the affordability of nearly all readers, but at least it goes to show that the Democrats are 100% wrong about the mythical, economic hardships bedeviling Americans. I mean, if O magazine tells housewives that they should buy these expensive ensembles, then that means there's really no recessions, right, girlfriend?

    One article was totally disturbing as it concerned an old woman (in her sixties) maltreating something along the lines of Rhonda Byrne's The Secret to find doubtful, "true" love. This is a rip-off of the Law of Attraction which is miserably absurd, yet the columnist for O actually feeds this tripe into the housewife-reader as if it's true. To cover her bases, this charlatan uses new, more obscure terms like "Core" and "Inner Peace" and what have you to whitewash the fact she's just regurgitating The Secret's BS, but sharp readers will see through this.

    O magazine crushed the very core of my soul with its liberal ideology masquerading as tips; shallow advice; elitist posturing; political correctness; and just plain stupid thoughtlessness in its absurd themes. My subscription to this tripe will definitely be canceled ASAP, girlfriend! Even seemingly harmless sections like the one called "Things we love" are just baneful as they endorse many foods which are high-carb (like cupcakes and pasta) and will go straight to the hips of many of the women readers! If O cannot even be sympathetic enough to know that us gals absorb high-carb foods right into our hips, then how can it be trusted?!

    Opr*h disappoints in the extreme with all the liberal ideology planted throughout this magazine, but I guess I shouldn't be surprised since she backed Barack HUSSEIN Obama whose few policies include deserting Iraq and sending diplomats to officially recognize US enemies like Iran!!!! Oh well, Opr*h's got the disastrous scandal known as the Leadership Academy for Girls in Johannesburg to sear over, so maybe that's why her magazine reeks so badly--because all her attention is consumed with damage control from that scandal, G-I-R-L-F-R-I-E-N-D!!!!...more info
  • Can't miss!
    I have to admit, I signed up because of the great deal. The Oprah magazine has been a great investment. It is real stuff to apply to every day situations. I'm greatly impressed with all facets of the magazine. From products, to clothing trends, to valuable information on staying healthy....more info
  • GREAT DEAL
    I COULD NOT BELIEVE THE DEAL I WAS OFFERED ON THIS MAGAZINE.I TRY TO GET IT MONTHLY AT THE GROCERY STORE FOR OVER 4 DOLLARS SO TO GET 2 YEARS FOR 20 DOLLARS WAS INCREDIBLE!I GOT MY FIRST MAGAZINE WITHIN A WEEK AND LOOK FORWARD TO RECIEVING EACH ISSUE IN THE MAIL BEFORE ITS OUT ON THE STANDS....more info
  • shopping made easy
    I have truly enjoyed the magazine from front cover to back page. This magazine is very informative.It also has need to know information for all who read it....more info
  • just okay
    mag not all that good. not even good enough to go through a second time as I usually do with mags....more info
  • wonderful from beginning to end
    Every issue is chock full of useful information as well as spiritual articles. I wouldn't miss any of it!...more info
  • Always something great
    O consistently has more than a few articles from which I learn something. I've been buying it off the rack for years as my one monthly splurge, but couldn't pass up the great deal on Amazon. ...more info
  • *prah will buy you ALL new cars for reading O, GIRLFRIEND!! As a matter of fact, look under your seat for the keys, GIRLFRIEND!!
    Hi there...girlfriend!!!! All MY girlfriends have been harping about this Opr*h W*nfrey for the longest time like she's a goddess or something, a veritable black Jesus come down to Earth to "save" all the housewives across America. So, naturally, I just HAD to order a subscription of her much-vaunted magazine, if anything, just to see what all the hubbub among women, girlie-men and feminists was all about. Seriously, though, before my girlfriends turned me on to Opr*h, I'd never bothered with her show or any product associated with her--obviously because I'm an independent-thinking person unlike many of the Opr*h-sheeple who hang on every word she utters. Still, with my trustworthy girlfriends going on and on--like a bunch of overly noisy chickens--about the alleged benefits of O magazine, I just HAD to experience it firsthand. Sad to say, though, my feelings are mixed at best!!!!

    I base my fair and balanced review on the February 08 issue of O...you know, the one where she appears on the cover in all her glorious Opr*h-ness like a Queen haughtily assessing her overly loyal subjects (oh, who am I kidding: EVERY cover of O looks like that!).

    My first and totally understandable gripe comes from the noticeably overt hawking of liberal ideology disguised as mere "tips." On page 206, I think, there's a feature entitled "Eco-Makeover" whose premise is to indoctrinate unsuspecting housewives into the Al Gore-style hysteria of global warming fearmongering, girlfriend!!!! The "article" even begins with bold titles exaggerating distress about the allegedly "dying" polar bears, for goodness sake! What really galls me implacably about this "article" is that celebrities--yes, even no-name Matthew Modine (remember him?)-- are once again misused to shill for liberal, political causes. This article even has Modine going to some sucker-family's home and arrogantly--like the lib-elitist he is--helping them rearrange their kitchen so the products within are more environmentally friendly. Some advice doled out in this "article" consists of the liberal plot to make you smell worse as they suggest you should cut shower time by a few minutes!!!!

    After reading this blatant, liberal plan to indoctrinate me into their religion of environmentalism, my hands were shaking and my nerves were on edge as I couldn't believe my girlfriends had exaggerated Opr*h's divinity to this extreme, when, in fact, Opr*h merely appears to be a lowly peddler for liberal causes!!!! To wit, Opr*h ought to be really, really careful about hawking liberal causes--no matter how covertly--because the last one she attempted blew up in her face with massive backlash. I'm of course talking about her misdirected and aloof endorsement of Barack HUSSEIN Obama, girlfriend! Remember when she carelessly appeared at an elitist, removed-from-middle-America rally for him last month? Well, the backlash was immediate and unforgiving from many formerly thoughtless, Ophr*h subjects as they derided her for going political (apparently, women readers and viewers of her show only want the usual, banal tips on domestic life, not politics). For my part, as a full-blooded, Birkenstock-wearing feminista, I actually feel betrayed by Opr*h's endorsement of Barack HUSSEIN Obama since I feel she should've stuck to her gender and endorsed my girl, Madame Hillary!!!!

    The mag's quality declines further: one section's entitled something like "Different Ways to Save the World," and while this altruistic BS-title will appeal to well-meaning liberal ideologues, the "people" giving the "advice" in said section are unsavory. Any independent reader can tell that Opr*h's hawking yet MORE, liberal ideology here. For instance, one way of "saving" the world is suggested by the Planned Parenthood (read: Culture of Death) head whose "advice" consists of indoctrinating readers to demand factually correct sex-ed in schools. This really means she wants sex-ed programs that give condoms to ten-year olds, girlfriend!!!! Another villain presumptuously dispensing advice consists of an environMENTAList who insists on "green schools" under the reasoning that they actually boost test scores and save money (being a liberal reactionary, he naturally schemes to re-invest the saved money for higher teacher salaries, even though many teachers work as part of a public school monopoly with no accountability for teaching kids)!

    Some parts of O are also logically conflicting as the food section will prove. Under the title Knead and Love and Pray, the author of said article is apparently a mother of three who's complaining about being overworked. So, as "advice" on how working mothers should relax...she actually has the nerve to seriously suggest they all make pasta...from scratch, girlfriend! This hours-long process will flagrantly do NOTHING to help the already stressed-out mom relax, but this BS made its way into Opr*h's magazine nonetheless, girlfriend!

    Next, political correctness is proselytized on the unsuspecting housewife-reader in the fashion advice section; this month, it's about shrimpy gals (5'4" or shorter) finding the right outfits! One of these accursed gals just happens to be a 26-year-old, overweight woman who has no self-control in binge-eating. Yet, instead of calling her out on the fact her girth is the reason she can't find flattering clothing, O blames it on the clothing industry being obsessed with "petite" sizes and also whitewashes the 26-year-old as merely being "big-b*ned!" "Big-b*ned"...AHAHAHAHAAAAA, now that's funny!

    Another demerit lies in the elitist and unsympathetic manner O talks down to its audience, girlfriend!!!! In the aforementioned fashion section, tips for wardrobe choices are derisively given along with the costly price tags for the ensembles. In example, many ensembles are comprised of articles of clothing totaling several hundred dollars! This is obviously beyond the affordability of nearly all readers, but at least it goes to show that the Democrats are 100% wrong about the mythical, economic hardships bedeviling Americans. I mean, if O magazine tells housewives that they should buy these expensive ensembles, then that means there's really no recessions, right, girlfriend?

    One article was totally disturbing as it concerned an old woman (in her sixties) maltreating something along the lines of Rhonda Byrne's The Secret to find doubtful, "true" love. This is a rip-off of the Law of Attraction which is miserably absurd, yet the columnist for O actually feeds this tripe into the housewife-reader as if it's true. To cover her bases, this charlatan uses new, more obscure terms like "Core" and "Inner Peace" and what have you to whitewash the fact she's just regurgitating The Secret's BS, but sharp readers will see through this.

    O magazine crushed the very core of my soul with its liberal ideology masquerading as tips; shallow advice; elitist posturing; political correctness; and just plain stupid thoughtlessness in its absurd themes. My subscription to this tripe will definitely be canceled ASAP, girlfriend! Even seemingly harmless sections like the one called "Things we love" are just baneful as they endorse many foods which are high-carb (like cupcakes and pasta) and will go straight to the hips of many of the women readers! If O cannot even be sympathetic enough to know that us gals absorb high-carb foods right into our hips, then how can it be trusted?!

    Opr*h disappoints in the extreme with all the liberal ideology planted throughout this magazine, but I guess I shouldn't be surprised since she backed Barack HUSSEIN Obama whose few policies include deserting Iraq and sending diplomats to officially recognize US enemies like Iran!!!! Oh well, Opr*h's got the disastrous scandal known as the Leadership Academy for Girls in Johannesburg to sear over, so maybe that's why her magazine reeks so badly--because all her attention is consumed with damage control from that scandal, G-I-R-L-F-R-I-E-N-D!!!!
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  • Chock full of good stuff
    The only bad thing about O magazine is that there is so much stuff in it, that it takes a long time to get through each issue and they stack up. By the time I've read the Easter issue, Thanksgiving it here....more info
  • Oprah Magazine
    Received 2 magazines within weeks of subscribing. Good service, best women's magazine published now....more info
  • Good Deal/Fast Delivery
    Bought this for my wife, who often buys this magazine at the grocery store (at full price). Very pleased with price of subscription. 1st magazine arrived approximately 4 weeks after ordering. ...more info
  • Oprah
    Oprah is an amazing woman and I do love her magazine. She gives a lot of great information for all women. Anyway I recommend this magazine. I plan to start donating my magazines to the libray for other people to read. ...more info
  • Still Waiting
    This item was ordered as a Mother's Day gift, and has not yet (as of 5/29) been received...more info
  • The Oprah Magazine
    I have received my second Oprah Magazine and I LOVE IT! I think there is something in there for EVERYONE!

    I have admired Oprah for a long time but just felt like I didn't need any more magazines around the house. However ... when I saw that I could purchase 2 years for $24.00 I decided to go for it. What A DEAL! I am glad I did.

    I respect Oprah and I feel that she selects important and relevant issues to have researched and explored and have published in her magazine.

    I would recommend it to ANYONE!...more info
  • Great Deal
    I bought subscription for my Aunt. It was a very good price for a two year subscription. ...more info
  • This One Is Worth Keeping.
    The magazine like Oprah's show covers topics about the real world that infuences our daily lives. It is also geared to middle aged women like myself. You won't find Madison Avenue's obsession with youth, beauty, & nearly nude models spread all over the pages. There are plenty of fascinating articles throughout. Such as: "Is Fear Limiting Your Life?" "Yes I Can Diet," "Sex In The Middle Ages," "Cancer-Spot, It Treat It, Beat It," etc. I also like how the magazine is organized by departments. "Special, Features, O-zone, Advice,etc. Style, Health, Books, Connections, & In Every Issue." The latter section has a Calendar with quotes on the days, O to go, Love That!, Breathing Space, Shop Guide, Food, Beauty, Something To Think About, & what I know for sure by Oprah. You can also get financial tips from Suze Orman & advice from Dr. Phil like answering a question from a working mom. The only negatives are those that truly can't be helped. Advertisiments are heavy throughout even the smallest magazines, which keeps them in business. It still deserves five solid stars. ...more info
  • oprah magazine
    i love this magazine! this is one publication that makes you feel uplifted after you read it. I would definately buy it again....more info
  • Caution: Never received a single issue
    Just a caution: I ordered this 3 months ago and haven't seen a single issue yet. Magazine debited my account right away, but failed to show the same diligence in sending the product. Stay away unless you can afford to lose your money. ...more info
  • Mom loves it
    My mother normally buys Entertainment magazines so I was a little hesitant. I bought a copy off the shelf and I think 3/4 of the magazine were issues we had discussed - so I went for it. She got her first issue last week and absolutely loves it. She said it has been a long time since she looked at a magazine that look her more than 30 minutes to get through. She seems to have really enjoyed it and is looking forward to the next issue, so I give it an A+. ...more info
  • Can we change the cover?
    I like the magazine format and features because I like Oprah and her shows and her philosophy of life and of entertainment. The articles are short and to the point and varied; you don't need hours to finish an article to get the idea. The magazine is glossy and entertaining posing also some interesting thought provoking questions. Some of it also invites you to reflect on some serious issues. The one thing that turns me off however, is that it features Oprah on every cover. It seems a bit self indulgent and self adoring. It doesn't go with what she appears to personify on her shows and public persona. ...more info
  • O !
    Oprah's magazine. What a beautiful and well put together magazine. Glossy, interesting and no ad cards getting in the way. Actually there were two, but they were samples of scents. The size of it is wider and not as thick, making it easier to stay open. I really enjoy it....more info
  • Hey My Wife Likes It!
    This was a gift for my wife. She's a big fan so it was a big hit. Order this mid Dec and was able to get the Jan issue in the middle of Jan after it was already out on newstands, so we'll have to see if it comes earlier in future months....more info
  • Awesome magazine at a great Amazon price
    The O magazine is great and Amazon offered a great deal. Great articles, pictures and enjoyable to read....more info
  • O Magazine
    I was so pleased to find O Magazine on discounted magazines. After I ordered it, they said it would take 6-8 weeks to receive it. Surprise! It arrived a few weeks later, and I never missed an issue! Great service! And the best part was the price. It was less than half the newsstand price for TWO years, instead of one!! I will tell my friends about this. Thanks!! ...more info
  • Don't Order Magazines from Amazon!
    I placed an order for this magazine over 3 months ago, and still have not received my first issue yet! I contacted Amazon and Hearst, and no one has been helpful! Good magazine, but I would suggest using one of those tear-out cards and mailing that in for quicker delivery. If this is how long it takes, I will never order magazines from Amazon again....more info
  • OPRAH Relevant in Today's World
    My recent OPRAH subscription was a last-minute Christmas gift for my best friend with whom I share everything -- all my days, my feelings, the many books I read -- and now OPRAH. I have subscribed to it for one year now, surprising my husband who knows I don't read "women's magazines." However, I happened to read the December, 2007 issue while on vacation on Maui and loved it. Subscribed since. And now I don't have to try to describe what I have read in the magazine because my BFF can read it herself....more info
  • O Magazine
    Just as advertised - if you like Oprah and her guests you will love this magazine....more info
  • Great price on Oprah magazine
    I watch your sales for magazine subscriptions. This was about 20% cheaper than her own website and I received 2 full years. Great deal and arrived surprisingly quick. ...more info
  • o review
    I was very happy to find such a great deal on one of my favorite magazines. I can't believe I have gotten two issues so soon. ...more info

 

 
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