Free Martha Stewart Living Magazine Subscription

Free Martha Stewart Magazine Subscription

There's a new free Martha Stewart Living magazine subscription offer available from RewardsGold. I guess nothing says living like making a table centerpiece out of pine cones and potpourri.

As it's been since 2011, the short survey you have to take is on breakfast food reviews. It still makes no sense and it still only has to be 25 words long, so have fun with it. They really don't care what you write.

Now that I think about it, this free Martha Stewart Living subscription will be the closest I'll ever get to having a home makeover. Although I'm not sure I'd actually want Martha Stewart to show up at my house one day. Something tells me she'd get one look at my bedroom and have a heart attack. What?! It's not my fault there's an inch of dirty clothes on the ground and the old pizza in the trash can is only days away from becoming sentient.

What's that? Oh, it is my fault? Whatever, you can either keep standing there playing the Blame Game or partake in a much more important game of Help Goob Find His Keys. It's not the snow's fault I've been stuck in my house for the past few days, if you know what I'm saying.

33 comments on “Free Martha Stewart Living Magazine Subscription”

  1. Breakfast is on point with how your body should start the day and the foods in review now make sense, healthy, delicious and easy preparation.

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  2. I actually just today, received the DECEMBER 2011 issue of Martha Stewart Living. What’s up with that? I see you got January’s last month! Wow, my mailman must have issues. lol

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  3. I already have 2 of these. I keep one copy & read (then donate them to my local thrift store). The second copy I resale on ebay! :0

    2 copies of the same magazine are all i need, thanks anyway!

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  4. I sit wrong that I reviewed the weather and my Christmas tree? I wouldn’t want to be the person that has to read all of the reviews… πŸ™‚

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  5. Kristen, They will send it to you immediately. This will be my third copy. I give them to friends and they love them. You can call the number on the masthead (just learned that is the name for this section of papers/magazines, so I had to use it) and tell them to extend your subscription instead of sending you 2 copies. I did this with another publication I was receiving (WSJ) and got them to send it to a separate location without any fuss. Enjoy them everyone!

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  6. Thank You So Much! I’ve been wanting a MSL sub but couldn’t come up with the extra dollars after bills. I think they learned more about oatmeal than they really wanted . . . . πŸ˜‰

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  7. Wow, that was too easy! I gave actual reviews about the 4 products, although not well written…lol. Merry Christmas to me – can’t wait for the magazine to arrive! Thanks.

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  8. I like toast. Toast is good. It’s good with butter. Toast is crispy and golden brown. Top it with peanut butter and jelly for a real treat

    ROFL

    My reveiws sounded like I’m a moron. Hey wait, I resemble that remark!!!!

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  9. If I get one of these after I already have a year subscription, am I going to get two magazines each month? Or will it just extend my current subscription?

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  10. Yeah, my reviews sound like an enthusiastic third grader wrote them. Compared to college essays, twenty-five words is like an opening statement run on sentence.

    (That statement above was exactly 25 words).

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