That's Life! magazine subscription

That's Life! magazine subscription
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Extraordinary real-life stories from ordinary Australians - plus the chance to win loads of cash and great prizes – every issue of That’s Life! is one to look forward to. Read more
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12 months/52 issues

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This is published 52 times per year, please allow up to two to four weeks for your first delivery.

Packed with extraordinary stories from everyday Australians, That’s Life! has been entertaining readers for years with its winning formula of content. From the warm and fuzzy to the heartbreakingly sad, to the uplifting and inspirational – you’ll love the honest and raw accounts of real-life stories. A regular Lifestyle section includes recipes for fast weekday meals that the whole family will love; Brain Waves shares household hints from readers while Penny Wise provides tips for money challenges and Beauty and Fashion keeps you up to date with the latest hair, make-up and fashion buys. Other regulars include a Wellbeing section for healthy living; Craft Corner for brilliant, simple projects you can make at home and Kiduzzles – puzzle pages just for kids. There’s also puzzles and competitions, short fiction stories, pet pin-ups, horoscopes and the chance to win loads of cash and ripper prizes. Don’t miss an issue.

From the publisher

That's Life! is just like a best friend you can always trust. Readers' stories differentiate That's Life! from other magazines. Each week, readers put their literary talents to the test. And if they're published, their bank balance is boosted! Pages and pages of puzzles and competitions each week provide hours of fun and the chance to win great prizes.

That's Life! offers $80,000 worth of prizes to be won each week! WOW!

Please note: That's Life! Magazine is committed to delivering every issue as early as possible. However, due to production and postage timings, your magazine may arrive after it goes on sale in stores – this will depend on your location within Australia.

by Jamie
Great magz
by Joan
Thought this would be a "pick up/put down" magazine but I can't put it down till I've read it! The recipes often tempt me to try a new dish. Love this mag.
by Kel
This is a great mag- especially if you like puzzles. Reader's stories are usually pretty interesting and varied. Worth a read.
by Naomi
I love the puzzles in the magazine. However I would love to be able to enter the magazine competitions online. Posting them doesn't seem to work well for me.
by Marie
Most of the holden cars are won in NSW, Is it because it's cheaper to deliver there than any other states
by heather
Been buying Thats Life for years for the puzzles mainly and noticing there are fewer of them over time. Used to be consistently 31 or 32, now consistently only 26. I don't expect to win any prizes but the puzzles are good fodder for my aging brain. Please Thats Life, bring back more puzzles. Love the rest of the mag.
by cheryl
I have been reading your magazine for years, and I too think it,s a great read about everyday people who have overcome tragety, illness and come out the other side. I love all the puzzles and my favourite one is code cracker, you new look is colourful and bright, but I have noticed a few more ads creeping in, more puzzles please, congrats and three cheers to the whole team at that's life.
by maria
Thats life is an excellent mag; from beging to end Merry Christmas to u all
by Karen-Joy
I have been buying Thats Life since its inception it is a fantastic magazine with real people not stupid celebraties who i don't give a toss for keep up that great work and have a merry christmas and happy new year to you all
by J.A.M
As someone whose only income is pocket money,That's Life fills in many a lonely hour.Thanks a million!
by Kelsie
Thats life is the best magazine i buy it every Wednesday to read the real life stories and to do the puzzles they're the best.
by big
Ilove thats life. my husband and i cann't often afford to spoil ourselves but when we can we buy thats life.
by C
Used to be a 5/5 mag - don't get into it so much anymore. The thing I can't stand is all the New Age garbage that's been included. I am so tired of psychic & 'afterlife' stories and all the ever-so-vague advice given in the New Age-type columns. I am not saying I don't believe in an afterlife - I just think most of it is sensationalism and far from reality. I originally bought Thats Life for its 'REAL LIFE' every-day-people type stories. And that is what I want to read about!
by reggie
I love thats life I don't have a car and I don't get to go out of the house much and I have a 2 year old so thank you for keeping me sane
by jessica
looking for back issues plz help
by Irene
you can really win .THIS MAG IS A WINNER
by Wendy
Does That's Life have a Web Page where people can look up or obtain information on articles etc.that have appeared in past issues? It seems several of these message writers have the same problem as me, wanting info from previous issues.
by Wendy
I love That's Life, particularly the puzzles and was very pleased when you put all the puzzles in one removable section and extended the answer page passed the edge of the magazine, so much easier than keep going backwards and forwards through the book each time, unfortunately you have now changed it again and to send in the answers one has to cut off a couple of the puzzles. I give my magazine to my daughter and her partner enjoys the puzzle pages, (I work them out on scrap paper keeping the puzzles untouched for him). Is it possible to print the Prize page on the back of the answer list so keeping all the puzzle pages intact?
by Alexa
I love TL. My Nana and I also take turns at byeing it next week. Keep up the great mag.
by Angela
I purchase your magazine every week for the last 5 years and think it is a wonderful magazine. A friend has resently had a child with half ears and you ran an article about it not to long ago.I went to show her the article but I have thrown that weeks copy in the bin is it possible to get a copy of the article and information.Thank you Angie
by peter
if someone could tell me how to submit a story can they please email me the email address to submit a story over the net or a mailing address thank you
by Corrine
by Elizabeth
It gives you an inside on cooking tips, handy hints for the home and also people's real life dramas some which you can relate to some which you can laugh at other almost want to make you cry. I have tried a few times to sent in stories with pics but I have had no such luck in having mine published yet. The puzzles are good and get you thinking but again after 3 years of entering not a price in sight. However for the price of the mag it is quite good. I recently gave an old bundle of mine to a Hospital Clinic so I am sure many more people will be ready That's Life as a result anyways you think about it is quite reasonable.
by krystie
i suggest you check the bonafides of the people that submit STORIES and get permission from the parties lied about in the feature. you have given a reward of $500 to a liar,cheat and a clever manipulator the story doesn't rate
by Todd
i been reading thats life since 2000 and i love it i do the puzzles every week ive won some soft toys its great
by judy
I look forward to purchasing THAT'S LIFE each Monday - my evening is full doing the Crosswords and it is a real novelty reading stories about REAL PEOPLE Not CELEBRITIES as in other MAGAZINES I congratulate the Editor and her team for the Excellent Mag
by Renee
I find this mag to be not all that fantastic. However, if anyone has an old backissue where the story was about a grandmother who was watching her grandson and he drwoned, can you please contact me This is not a joke. I am willing to pay for the magazine and postage costs if necessary, but I need that issue. The story came from Tasmania, and the boy's name was Jayden/Jaidyn, somehting like that.
by Christine
I love That's Life!! I have been buying the magazine since its inception and doing the puzzles too. I love the $500 Challenge. Recipes are fantastic. My husband reads the articles too, he loves Barbara Holborrow the best and has never complained that the magazine does not tailor for him too. Great work, looking forward to the next issue, as always.
by andrea
this mag rules im a 13 year old girl and i have been reading it since i was like 5 whem i cut pictures out for school till now when i actualy read it it rox.
by john
cant find but realy like the mag and puzzles
by jean
i love that's life or did until i tried to find the sightforlife web sight tried a number of servers no joy
by sarah
i think it's a good mag because the main cover story was about my cousin teoni who died of CF i liked seeing her again but that was a very young picture of her.but she is beautiful in her fairy outfit.i love her and thanks for putting her in there.
by Angela
Brilliant magazine, lots of handy hints, good recipes and course the prizes, and yes do you actually win.
by Anne
What a magazine! There hasn't been an issue yet which doesn't contain at least one story to bring tears to my eyes. Yes, it's mostly aimed at women but I haven't seen anything purient in it! The stories are real-life, information relevant, recipes palatable and the puzzles and prizes attainable. It is my "escape" and time to myself. Great mag!
by Orator
TL is excellent as a "middle-of-the-road" puzzle magazine. The puzzles are not impossible for anyone of average intellect to complete. The stories are geared to interest and prurience but aimed predominantly at women 19-45. As a male who reads/uses TL, I have to say that I'm there for the puzzles and the recipes.

That's Life! This is published 52 times per year, please allow up to two to four weeks for your first delivery.

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