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Reader's Digest UK

Oct 01 2023
Magazine

Reader's Digest magazine is bursting with stories, articles, advice, recipes, reviews, tips, jokes and anecdotes. Each issue is small enough to fit in your handbag or pocket, but big enough and perfectly informed to keep you entertained for. We have regular features covering health, travel, money, food, home and garden, as well as recommendations and reviews on entertainment, books and technology. Plus, have a go at our beat the cartoonist, trivia quiz and other fun and games on offer each and every month.

Reader's Digest

GOODMAN Unfiltered

Over To You • LETTERS ON THE August ISSUE

POETRY CORNER

Memory Lane • To celebrate the rich legacy of Reader’s Digest, we share some of your most cherished memories of the magazine. Kicking off this new series is a moving letter from our reader in Bosnia and Herzegovina, who found solace in learning English with the help of Reader's Digest as a child in a war-torn country…

SEE THE WORLD……DIFFERENTLY

The Beautiful Game • Never a fan of football, or any sports for that matter, Olly Mann explains how the combination of fatherhood and Boreham Wood FC have changed his attitude towards supporting a team

John Goodman “Regrets Are A Waste Of Energy” • The US screen legend opens up about stardom, sobriety and growing up without a father

Chris Hadfield I REMEMBER… • Chris Hadfield, 64, is a Canadian astronaut who’s a veteran of three spaceflights and served as Commander of the International Space Station. He’s also been a combat fighter pilot and a test pilot, played a version of Bowie’s “Space Oddity” in space and is an author who has written books like An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth, The Apollo Murders and his new second novel, The Defector

How I Tried To Stop Snoring • I wanted a quick fix, even if it meant strapping a glorified bike pump to my face

No Pain No Gain • The advice for living with arthritis is to keep active. But which sports should you choose?

7 Ways To Improve Concentration • It’s often said our attention span is shorter than ever, and a survey from energy supplements brand ProPlus found that 41 per cent thought it was worse since the pandemic. But there are steps you can take to help you focus better

Embracing Stoptober • Dr Max reflects on his long journey to quitting smoking and why you should do it too

The Doctor Is In Dr Max Pemberton

Win 2 x £100 Majestic Wine voucher

Are Best Girlfriends The New Aspirational Relationship? • Or another stick to beat us with?

Relationship Advice Monica Karpinski

WIN AFTERNOON TEA for 4 with 2 bottles of Champagne

Beyond Survival • THE LASTING IMPACT ON YOUNG CANCER SURVIVORS

Jessica Beedle, 26, West Midlands • Being diagnosed with lymphoma at the cusp of becoming a teenager was confusing and alienating. In hindsight, I’m grateful my treatment was relatively low-intensity, my inpatient hospital stays short and my absences from school limited. However, at the time, life going forward seemed a scary, exhausting prospect. I nostalgically longed for my life before cancer, rather than considering whatever waited for me in a life after cancer. Though extremely thankful when I entered remission, I assumed my life would continue to be marred by worries about my physical and psychological health, low self-esteem and uncertainty.

Helen Haar, 27, London • At 20, my world was turned upside-down. After months of feeling unwell, I was shocked to be diagnosed with cancer in March, 2016. The doctors at the time couldn’t tell me anything more specific until other tests were done. I remember the room spinning and feeling numb. It wasn’t until I arrived at hospital in London that I realised the seriousness of my illness.

We have a stunning 3 night break to...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 164 Publisher: Vivat Direct Ltd. Edition: Oct 01 2023

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Reader's Digest magazine is bursting with stories, articles, advice, recipes, reviews, tips, jokes and anecdotes. Each issue is small enough to fit in your handbag or pocket, but big enough and perfectly informed to keep you entertained for. We have regular features covering health, travel, money, food, home and garden, as well as recommendations and reviews on entertainment, books and technology. Plus, have a go at our beat the cartoonist, trivia quiz and other fun and games on offer each and every month.

Reader's Digest

GOODMAN Unfiltered

Over To You • LETTERS ON THE August ISSUE

POETRY CORNER

Memory Lane • To celebrate the rich legacy of Reader’s Digest, we share some of your most cherished memories of the magazine. Kicking off this new series is a moving letter from our reader in Bosnia and Herzegovina, who found solace in learning English with the help of Reader's Digest as a child in a war-torn country…

SEE THE WORLD……DIFFERENTLY

The Beautiful Game • Never a fan of football, or any sports for that matter, Olly Mann explains how the combination of fatherhood and Boreham Wood FC have changed his attitude towards supporting a team

John Goodman “Regrets Are A Waste Of Energy” • The US screen legend opens up about stardom, sobriety and growing up without a father

Chris Hadfield I REMEMBER… • Chris Hadfield, 64, is a Canadian astronaut who’s a veteran of three spaceflights and served as Commander of the International Space Station. He’s also been a combat fighter pilot and a test pilot, played a version of Bowie’s “Space Oddity” in space and is an author who has written books like An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth, The Apollo Murders and his new second novel, The Defector

How I Tried To Stop Snoring • I wanted a quick fix, even if it meant strapping a glorified bike pump to my face

No Pain No Gain • The advice for living with arthritis is to keep active. But which sports should you choose?

7 Ways To Improve Concentration • It’s often said our attention span is shorter than ever, and a survey from energy supplements brand ProPlus found that 41 per cent thought it was worse since the pandemic. But there are steps you can take to help you focus better

Embracing Stoptober • Dr Max reflects on his long journey to quitting smoking and why you should do it too

The Doctor Is In Dr Max Pemberton

Win 2 x £100 Majestic Wine voucher

Are Best Girlfriends The New Aspirational Relationship? • Or another stick to beat us with?

Relationship Advice Monica Karpinski

WIN AFTERNOON TEA for 4 with 2 bottles of Champagne

Beyond Survival • THE LASTING IMPACT ON YOUNG CANCER SURVIVORS

Jessica Beedle, 26, West Midlands • Being diagnosed with lymphoma at the cusp of becoming a teenager was confusing and alienating. In hindsight, I’m grateful my treatment was relatively low-intensity, my inpatient hospital stays short and my absences from school limited. However, at the time, life going forward seemed a scary, exhausting prospect. I nostalgically longed for my life before cancer, rather than considering whatever waited for me in a life after cancer. Though extremely thankful when I entered remission, I assumed my life would continue to be marred by worries about my physical and psychological health, low self-esteem and uncertainty.

Helen Haar, 27, London • At 20, my world was turned upside-down. After months of feeling unwell, I was shocked to be diagnosed with cancer in March, 2016. The doctors at the time couldn’t tell me anything more specific until other tests were done. I remember the room spinning and feeling numb. It wasn’t until I arrived at hospital in London that I realised the seriousness of my illness.

We have a stunning 3 night break to...


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