Whole Living

Whole Living, was a wellness and lifestyle publication that focused on holistic approaches to health, nutrition, and overall well-being.Image:whole-living-sample-cover

Origin and Evolution

Whole Living Magazine was first published in 2004 by Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. The magazine aimed to provide readers with resources and information to live a balanced and healthy lifestyle, emphasizing the connection between mind, body, and spirit.


The magazine covered a wide range of topics related to wellness, including nutrition, fitness, mental health, sustainable living, and alternative medicine. It featured articles, expert advice, recipes, and inspirational stories to guide readers on their path to a healthier and more fulfilling life.

Contributors and Influences

Whole Living Magazine featured contributions from renowned experts in the field of health and wellness. Writers, nutritionists, fitness trainers, and holistic practitioners provided insights and expertise to educate and inspire readers. The magazine also featured interviews with celebrities and influencers, showcasing their wellness journeys and sharing their tips for healthy living.

Impact and Influence

Whole Living Magazine became a trusted resource for individuals seeking information and guidance on embracing a more holistic approach to health and well-being. It played a role in popularizing concepts such as organic eating, mindfulness, and sustainable living, influencing readers to make healthier choices for themselves and the environment.

Transition and Discontinuation

In 2012, Whole Living Magazine underwent a rebranding and was renamed "Martha Stewart Living." The magazine continued to cover lifestyle topics, including wellness, but with a broader focus. Eventually, in 2014, the publication ceased its print edition due to changes in consumer preferences and the evolving media landscape.{{Categories}}

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