’Fess­ing Up

Reader's Digest Asia Pacific - - Letters -

A con­fes­sion up front: my par­ents keep ask­ing me to sub­scribe them to Reader’s Di­gest and I have been a real cynic about it. So, when the Au­gust edi­tion ar­rived and Mum and Dad were away, in a quiet mo­ment I started flick­ing through it over a morn­ing cof­fee. Well, the copy now has sticky tabs high­light­ing ar­ti­cles.

I am wait­ing to show my hus­band (‘Over-Ex­er­cis­ing Can Be Bad for You’, ‘Home Im­prove­ments’ and ‘Road Rage’) and some that I want to keep for my­self (‘5 Harm­less Habits that Could Give You Os­teo­poro­sis’, ‘Can You Spot Fake News?’ and Life’s Like That). I thor­oughly en­joyed read­ing the

wide range of sto­ries and test­ing my in­tel­lec­tual pow­ers with the puz­zles. Thanks for com­pil­ing such an ex­cel­lent range of well-in­formed ar­ti­cles. PIP JAMIESON

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.