Just wanted to say that I absolutely loved what you did with the June 2013 issue. I had just retired from a college teaching job and was in my first month of “Ahhh! I want to do something outside of my comfort zone for once!” And there was the issue to read at my leisure. Also, my daughter, who is trying to find herself again after having a son 2 ½ years ago (and has gotten into some bad health habits due to lack of sleep and time for herself), loved the article on changing habits. I ripped it out for her and she read it on the plane home. She said it was exactly the article she needed to read at the time.
Your June survey is closed, but I wanted to remark on how excellent and fun I thought the magazine was to read and keep!
I really enjoyed your article in the latest issue of More about making friends especially about meeting kindred spirits at different ages. My 70 year-old girlfriend and I often commiserate about our youngest children (her baby is a year younger than me and my baby girl is 17). I passed the article along to another girlfriend facing a move with her retirement in a couple of years.
Thanks for the day brightener. I wish you all the best with your future adventures.
I have been enjoying MORE for maybe twenty years as a subscriber, but this new look is so dumbed down that I will sadly give it up unless you go back. Hyper does not equal intelligent.
Hello More. I love the magazine but I feel you are ignoring us. Who is us? We are those women in our 70's and older who still work by choice and still want to look good. I, for one, am an artist and do look grungy when I'm working in my studio but when I'm in the classroom teaching art history on the college level or going to an opening or out with my husband or friends, I want to look good!
I'm not talking about plastic surgery or Botox, I'm talking about fashion. Obviously, we are a determined group and want to stay in the game. Please consider my request. Thank you.
Best regards and carry on
My first More magazine was a gift from my sister just after I marked a significant birthday, lost my job, was diagnosed with thyroid cancer (oh yes, and our one and only left for college). To say this was a challenging time in my life would be an understatement. To say motivating stories about loving life, yourself and finding a reason to "Carpe Diem" were critical to me as a I navigated some new "opportunities" would also be an understatement.
Since my sister first gave me the gift subscription, I have often carried the publication with me to read while waiting for appointments, relaxing and of course there are always plenty of great stories worth sharing. When I noticed the "call for comments" in a recent edition we were out on our pontoon boat. Much to my surprise, when I lifted the publication off my legs I noticed discoloration. The ATHLETA ad from the back cover had transferred to my skin (if you look closely -- two times over). Guess that is one way of carrying a message forward ...
Thank you More for the great articles, empowering stories and positive focus. I used the "pay it forward" card to offer More to a friend. What a lovely gesture of sharing goodness and More.
Happy Father's Day (and family day) to you all.
Dear Ms. Seymour,
As a regular subscriber to MORE Magazine, I wish to make a comment on the great article by Leah Rozen featuring Debra Messing! She is one beautiful lady and I did enjoy watching Will and Grace for many years.
However, Ms. Rozen omitted one very important, though small role of Ms. Messing.