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Reader's Digest UK

Mar 01 2022
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

In This Issue…

Over To You • LETTERS ON THE January ISSUE

SEE THE WORLD… …DIFFERENTLY

Home From Home • Olly Mann extols the myriad virtues of Airbnb when it comes to a weekend getaway

Dame Judi Dench “Don’t Be So Susceptible To Falling In Love” • The great actor opens up about stage fright, working with Kenneth Branagh and her viral TikTok videos

I REMEMBER… Tori Amos • Singer-songwriter Tori Amos, 58, arrived on the music scene in the early 1990s and has marched to the beat of her own drum ever since. She reflects on her early days performing in bars, the lessons she’s learned along the way and building a life in Cornwall

A Well-Oiled Machine • From head to toe and inside out, here’s how to age well

8 Hacks For A Happier Life • Scientifically proven but simple ways to cultivate contentment

The Low-Down On Your Liver • You probably know lots about the heart and brain, but you might be surprised by these facts about another equally crucial organ

Ask The Expert: Eating Disorders

Voluntary Service • This month Dr Max reflects on the debt we all owe to hospital volunteers

The Doctor Is In

Get A Head For Numbers • These digital tricks will save time – and surprise everyone—says our memory expert, Jonathan Hancock

My Britain: Alstonefield

If I Ruled The World Jordan Stephens • Best known for being one half of hip hop duo Rizzle Kicks, musician Jordan Stephens is also an actor and TV presenter. His debut solo album, Let Me Die Inside You is out now

UNFORGETTABLE DeWitt Wallace • As we continue to celebrate 100 years since Reader’s Digest got its humble start, here's part two of the remarkable story of the man who, with his wife, Lila, built it into a global success

Behind The Wheels • The most interesting thing about cars isn’t the car at all, says motoring writer, Simon Heptinstall

VICTORIAN Plant Hunters • Forget Indiana Jones—the real action heroes of history were a group of Scottish botanists

CURAÇAO SOAK IT IN • Flamingos, beaches, a rich and sometimes dark history—there’s more to this Caribbean island than a colourful liqueur

My Great Escape: Scenic Scotland • Our reader Mary Tappenden explores rugged Orkney

CHAMBERÍ METRO STATION Madrid

17 Essential Money Apps • I know we all likely spend too much time on our phones as it is, but these apps are worth exploring. From budgeting tools to sourcing free food, they’ll all help you manage, make or save money. Obviously there are many more you could benefit from, so make sure you also download the apps for any service or business you regularly use to see if they have extra features

Egg-Cellent Effort • How better to spruce up your sofa than with a new cushion?

Fast Fashion’s Faux Feminism • Bec Oakes talks about the intersection between fast fashion and feminism and how to avoid falling for “pinkwashing” this International Women’s Day

Rise & Grind • Jenessa Williams investigates the benefits of caffeine

A TASTE OF HOME • Baked oats are pure comfort. I’ve added in a few healthy but delicious ingredients here: ground flaxseed and some rye or wheat flakes for extra fibre. All you...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 148 Publisher: Vivat Direct Ltd. Edition: Mar 01 2022

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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

In This Issue…

Over To You • LETTERS ON THE January ISSUE

SEE THE WORLD… …DIFFERENTLY

Home From Home • Olly Mann extols the myriad virtues of Airbnb when it comes to a weekend getaway

Dame Judi Dench “Don’t Be So Susceptible To Falling In Love” • The great actor opens up about stage fright, working with Kenneth Branagh and her viral TikTok videos

I REMEMBER… Tori Amos • Singer-songwriter Tori Amos, 58, arrived on the music scene in the early 1990s and has marched to the beat of her own drum ever since. She reflects on her early days performing in bars, the lessons she’s learned along the way and building a life in Cornwall

A Well-Oiled Machine • From head to toe and inside out, here’s how to age well

8 Hacks For A Happier Life • Scientifically proven but simple ways to cultivate contentment

The Low-Down On Your Liver • You probably know lots about the heart and brain, but you might be surprised by these facts about another equally crucial organ

Ask The Expert: Eating Disorders

Voluntary Service • This month Dr Max reflects on the debt we all owe to hospital volunteers

The Doctor Is In

Get A Head For Numbers • These digital tricks will save time – and surprise everyone—says our memory expert, Jonathan Hancock

My Britain: Alstonefield

If I Ruled The World Jordan Stephens • Best known for being one half of hip hop duo Rizzle Kicks, musician Jordan Stephens is also an actor and TV presenter. His debut solo album, Let Me Die Inside You is out now

UNFORGETTABLE DeWitt Wallace • As we continue to celebrate 100 years since Reader’s Digest got its humble start, here's part two of the remarkable story of the man who, with his wife, Lila, built it into a global success

Behind The Wheels • The most interesting thing about cars isn’t the car at all, says motoring writer, Simon Heptinstall

VICTORIAN Plant Hunters • Forget Indiana Jones—the real action heroes of history were a group of Scottish botanists

CURAÇAO SOAK IT IN • Flamingos, beaches, a rich and sometimes dark history—there’s more to this Caribbean island than a colourful liqueur

My Great Escape: Scenic Scotland • Our reader Mary Tappenden explores rugged Orkney

CHAMBERÍ METRO STATION Madrid

17 Essential Money Apps • I know we all likely spend too much time on our phones as it is, but these apps are worth exploring. From budgeting tools to sourcing free food, they’ll all help you manage, make or save money. Obviously there are many more you could benefit from, so make sure you also download the apps for any service or business you regularly use to see if they have extra features

Egg-Cellent Effort • How better to spruce up your sofa than with a new cushion?

Fast Fashion’s Faux Feminism • Bec Oakes talks about the intersection between fast fashion and feminism and how to avoid falling for “pinkwashing” this International Women’s Day

Rise & Grind • Jenessa Williams investigates the benefits of caffeine

A TASTE OF HOME • Baked oats are pure comfort. I’ve added in a few healthy but delicious ingredients here: ground flaxseed and some rye or wheat flakes for extra fibre. All you...


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