Average Girl Magazine
We are the road map to a balanced life for the woman coming into her "own-ness."
Why Another Magazine for Women

I started Average Girl Magazine in June 2003 with the intention of giving a voice to ordinary women like myself who didn't have a voice in mainstream media. I mean, let's be real. No one is talking about what average, real women in America are dealing with in their lives. It's all about the fantasy lives of Hollywood movie stars.

But that's not my reality or that of a lot of women I personally know. We are struggling to keep our families together, to stay out of debt, to build careers or businesses, or to just find out who we are and why we are here on this planet.

So, why another woman's magazine? Well, why not. Average Girl is not like any other woman' s magazine out there. We tell the stories of real women and present the information women need to make life changing decisions. From finances to health to career to what to cook for dinner, Average Girl is dialogue for us, about us and written by us. No fluff here!

So what's your story? What do you want to see more of in Average Girl? How can we help you become the woman you were meant to be? How can we be "the" magazine of choice for you?

Rebekah, Publisher/Editor in Chief





2006-11-26 04:44:25 GMT
Comments (2 total)
Transparency is definitely needed today amongst our women. In order to genuinely support one another and impart growth, we must be willing to discuss the issues that many editors care not to address. I am confident that Average Girl Magazine will be that intuitive voice, mixed with truth, love, laughter, comfort, and hope. Above all else, it will give women the chance to be who they are without trying to be who they are not. I believe that ALL women have a purpose and a calling. It is imperative that we find our purpose and then help other women to find their purpose by sharing our resources and being candid about our struggles, as well as our triumphs. I am excited about the future of Average Girl Magazine. God is definitely going to bless every woman that picks up this magazine, especially since the editor, Rebekah, has kept the faith and knows where all of her strength comes from on this journey of purpose. I would personally like to be able to share with women who have stepped out on faith (leaving their full-time job with benefits) to completely focus on starting their own business and/or walk into their purpose and calling. What a road...What a road to travel!!! However, I know it will be all worth it in the end.
--Felisha Jones
2006-11-27 14:55:59 GMT
I have been thinking for the past 2 weeks of a magazine for the average woman. I typed this into google and found your magazine. I would like to do something different in changing the size 0-2 and size 14-above. What happened to the in between women? This is great!
2007-08-17 15:55:05 GMT
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