Featured in June/July 2001
See what was in this issue of Real Simple.
FeaturesWhen You Find It, You'll Know, pg. 78
A decades-long personal odyssey leads an Alabama woman to a place of peace ― and it's strangely, comfortingly, familiar.
A Day At the Beach, pg. 88
Feeling overexposed? Choose a suit and a stylish cover-up that accentuate your best features and finesse the rest.
Brisk & Bracing Drinks, pg. 96
Long, hot days call for tall, cool drinks. Five refreshing recipes put a tempting twist on summer sipping.
Take Back Your Morning, pg. 100
Don't hit that snooze button! Start the day with five earlyrisers who make a strong case for getting up with the sun.
Pretty Fast, pg. 106
If you'd still rather stay in bed...a step-by-step guide to streamling your morning beauty routine. Go from shower to street in 25 minutes flat.
Satisfying Salads, pg. 110
Not content with side-dish status only, these super-salads can stand as the centerpiece of almost any summer meal. Just dress, toss, and serve.
- Clothes: pg. 38
Ten perfect white T-shirts
- Family: pg. 49
Kids' travel kits
- Food: pg. 57
Lobster and crab
- Garden: pg. 62
Flowers all summer
- Project: pg. 72
Real LifeGoing In Circles, pg. 126
By tuning in to our bodies' cyclical rhythms, we can learn to live in the moment and ignore the clock.
A Personal Matter, pg. 130
A Dallas book group comes together over Jhumpa Lahiri's Interpreter of Maladies; Real Simple talks with the author.
Life Coach: Don't Trod On Me, pg. 134
The two most dangerous myths of romantic love ― and how not to fall victim to them.
In Every Issue
- Thoughts For The Month, pg. 4 Play
- Editor's Note, pg. 12
- Your Letters, pg. 16
- Your Words, pg. 19
- Technique, pg. 120
A Wireless Kitchen
- Real Hard, pg. 140
Prayers for All Occasions
- In Your Own Backyard, pg. 22
Picnicware...lounge chairs...waterworks...a lawn game...lanterns...and more...