Woman's Day Magazine started out in 1931 as a free recipe and menu planner put out by A & P Food stores. In 1937 it became a real magazine and only cost 2 cents to buy. This magazine is still pretty affordable and is less than most magazines on the market. It is considered a women's magazine because it deals with homemaking and cooking, but I know plenty of men who also read it for the recipes and tips. The magazine also has great stories on people that do amazing things and has articles on hobbies, health, fashion, nutrition, fitness,and finance just to name a few categories.
I thoroughly enjoy this magazine every time I get it. I always find some really good recipes and kitchen tips every month. I also enjoy the stories on influential people and others that have started their own business or are doing something good for their community. Holiday issues are fun with all the recipes and decorating. Often times there are instructions on how to make crafts and things for kids to do. This magazine is an all around fun and useful magazine for families and individuals.