I have always loved reading through a "Good Housekeeping" magazine, chiefly because most of the content is so interesting and there is always something I can relate to. This publication has been around since 1885, so the very fact that they are still in existence says a lot about their ability to put out a magazine women want to read. "Good Housekeeping" carefully researches products before they recommend them to readers, which means I can be assured that anything I decide to try or purchase, per their suggestion, is safe for my family and me. Each issue offers easy, healthy recipes, sound advice about women's health issues, practical homemaking ideas, financial tips, short fiction and more. I tend to get easily bored by some women's magazines, but "Good Housekeeping" keeps my interest from the first page to the last. I finally decided to get a subscription, after having exhausted other people's copies of this magazine. You can get a 1-year subscription for $10.00, but I went for the 2-year subscription, which is only $15 and a real bargain, considering the quality magazine I'm getting.