Real Simple Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Real Simple is a monthly women's interest magazine Published by Meredith Corporation. The magazine features articles and information related to homemaking, childcare, cooking, and emotional well-being. The magazine is distinguished by its clean, uncluttered style of layout and photos. Out of the 7.6 million readers, 90% are women. Headquartered in New York City, the magazine is currently edited by Sarah Collins, who began serving as interim editor-in-chief in September 2016 after the departure of previous editor Kristin van Ogtrop. Real Simple expanded to include a TV show of the same name, with two seasons of a half-hour program airing on PBS in 2006–2007. A TLC show entitled Real Simple Real Life aired over two seasons in 2008–2009.
Back in December 2018, a reader called Darell Grob shared his opinion in a review for AMAZON about the horrible digital version of the REAL SIMPLE magazine “I've looked Real Simple since it came out. The digital version was identical until recently. Now the digital version represents only a sample of the articles and all the ads isolated from the rest of the magazine. You barely get any content. I still like the print version even though lugging it around is inconvenient. I'm canceling the digital versión”