I loved your re­views on spring­time spas. I made sure that I made a note of each one that I plan to go to since it’s al­ways dif­fi­cult find­ing a good spa to rely on, thanks! - An­gela, Toronto

I al­ways en­joy your Quotes sec­tion, it’s one of the things I look for­ward to most when I pick up your mag­a­zine. Your April/may is­sue prob­a­bly had some of the most in­spir­ing ones yet. - Sheena, Brant­ford

The Health & Well­ness piece was very mo­ti­vat­ing and inspired me to work out. But I hope there are some work­out rou­tine how-tos in your fu­ture is­sues. - Theresa, Mis­sis­sauga

I ap­pre­ci­ate that SHE cov­ers tragic sto­ries and real-life events such as the Fehmina Chaudhry along with the lighter top­ics. It al­ways makes the mag­a­zine a cap­ti­vat­ing read and I’m look­ing for­ward to your next topic fo­cus­ing on real-life is­sues. - Sandy, Toronto

The April/may is­sue of SHE re­ally nailed it with their “Brown Girl prob­lems”. Let’s just say it got me through a sim­i­lar sit­u­a­tion. I re­ally ap­pre­ci­ate how di­rect the ad­vice is. - Farwa, Toronto I was happy to see a cou­ple of fea­tures on de­sign­ers such as John and Si­mone Rocha. I hope to see more of these in the fu­ture! - Lind­sey, Pickering

I also read “Love in Chelsea”, and was thrilled when I saw that SHE re­viewed it. I was even more thrilled that we shared the same views on it. - Con­nie, North York

When I saw that Merle Oberon was on your cover, I had to pick it up. This was one of my most in­ter­est­ing reads to date. - Me­gan, Brampton

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