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Good Housekeeping UK

Sep 01 2019
Magazine

Good Housekeeping Magazine gives you the best recipes, health advice, beauty and fashion expertise, consumer testing reports, great ideas for your home and real life inspirational stories.

Are you ready for a challenge?

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Good Housekeeping UK

WORTH SHARING write, email, Facebook or tweet • THIS MONTH, WE ASKED YOU TO SHARE YOUR BOMBSHELL MOMENTS

Good ideas for September • UP THE GLAMOUR STAKES WITH THESE SERIOUSLY ELEGANT BUYS FOR YOU AND YOUR HOME

‘I’m ready to stop being a RESPONSIBLE ADULT!’ • TV presenter, author, actor and entrepreneur Fern Britton talks openly about being bolder, braver and more adventurous than ever before…

Your new season STYLE EDIT • We’ve done all the hard work for you and have carefully selected all the new-season trends, from the next ‘it’ print to the latest grown-up way to wear florals. Get ready to wow!

My school reunion was an education! • Faced with the fear of friends reuniting, should our columnist have hired a helicopter to wow old classmates – or was there a better way?

How we find headspace • No matter how busy life is, it’s important to carve out some time for ourselves. Three women talk about the pastimes that give them energy and a fresh perspective

‘I have adventures on my paddleboard’ • After years of putting everyone else first, Jo Moseley, 54, from Yorkshire, now makes time for a thrilling new sport.

‘Walking has given me a great health kick’ • Sally Fielding, 44, has found her escape by exploring the wonderful scenery on her doorstep in the Lake District.

‘I’m getting the hang of PLAYING OLD LADIES’ • Imperious, entitled and with all the best lines, there is no doubt that Dowager Countess Lady Violet is the real star of Downton Abbey. Ahead of the long-awaited film’s release, Dame Maggie Smith recalls her life on screen

‘What doesn’t beat you MAKES YOU STRONGER’ • The path to success rarely runs smoothly, as these women know. Cyan Turan spoke to three trailblazers about how they turned adversity into advantage

‘Success is about prioritising whatever’s important to you’ • Geeta Sidhu-Robb is the founder of Nosh Detox, which produces healthy juices and meals and became a favourite with Gwyneth Paltrow, but a misstep almost cost her the business. She has a son and two daughters, and lives in London.

‘I believe times of adversity can drive future success’ • Amanda Wakeley is a fashion designer favoured by royalty and celebrities, but she once briefly lost control of the company that bears her name. She lives in London with partner Hugh Morrison.

‘You don’t have to be a parent to love like one’ • Novelist Claudia Carroll decided not to become a mother herself, but as a hands-on godmother to seven, her life is filled with children

FOR THE LOVE OF GODPARENTS

‘Communicate, support each other and don’t sweat the small stuff’ • Getting married a second time requires a leap of faith, says Clover Stroud, but you can make it work by learning lessons from the first time around

‘I DO… TAKE TWO’ • Psychologist and relationship expert Professor Janet Reibstein advises on how to be emotionally ready to marry again

YOUR DAILY GUIDE to SAVING the PLANET • Environmental concerns are soaring and, if we’re to make a difference, we can’t leave it to the politicians… it’s up to all of us, suggests Sarah Rodrigues

The 37 THERAPIES that healed my MIDLIFE CRISIS • From acupuncture to a silent retreat, Kay Hutchison shares the many and varied treatments that have helped her find balance again after a traumatic period in her life

WHAT THERAPY MIGHT WORK BEST FOR YOUR NEEDS? • With so many therapies on offer, where do you start? Kay Hutchison recommends some that she found...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 204 Publisher: Hearst Magazines UK Edition: Sep 01 2019

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Good Housekeeping Magazine gives you the best recipes, health advice, beauty and fashion expertise, consumer testing reports, great ideas for your home and real life inspirational stories.

Are you ready for a challenge?

TRIED, TESTED, TRUSTED

Good Housekeeping UK

WORTH SHARING write, email, Facebook or tweet • THIS MONTH, WE ASKED YOU TO SHARE YOUR BOMBSHELL MOMENTS

Good ideas for September • UP THE GLAMOUR STAKES WITH THESE SERIOUSLY ELEGANT BUYS FOR YOU AND YOUR HOME

‘I’m ready to stop being a RESPONSIBLE ADULT!’ • TV presenter, author, actor and entrepreneur Fern Britton talks openly about being bolder, braver and more adventurous than ever before…

Your new season STYLE EDIT • We’ve done all the hard work for you and have carefully selected all the new-season trends, from the next ‘it’ print to the latest grown-up way to wear florals. Get ready to wow!

My school reunion was an education! • Faced with the fear of friends reuniting, should our columnist have hired a helicopter to wow old classmates – or was there a better way?

How we find headspace • No matter how busy life is, it’s important to carve out some time for ourselves. Three women talk about the pastimes that give them energy and a fresh perspective

‘I have adventures on my paddleboard’ • After years of putting everyone else first, Jo Moseley, 54, from Yorkshire, now makes time for a thrilling new sport.

‘Walking has given me a great health kick’ • Sally Fielding, 44, has found her escape by exploring the wonderful scenery on her doorstep in the Lake District.

‘I’m getting the hang of PLAYING OLD LADIES’ • Imperious, entitled and with all the best lines, there is no doubt that Dowager Countess Lady Violet is the real star of Downton Abbey. Ahead of the long-awaited film’s release, Dame Maggie Smith recalls her life on screen

‘What doesn’t beat you MAKES YOU STRONGER’ • The path to success rarely runs smoothly, as these women know. Cyan Turan spoke to three trailblazers about how they turned adversity into advantage

‘Success is about prioritising whatever’s important to you’ • Geeta Sidhu-Robb is the founder of Nosh Detox, which produces healthy juices and meals and became a favourite with Gwyneth Paltrow, but a misstep almost cost her the business. She has a son and two daughters, and lives in London.

‘I believe times of adversity can drive future success’ • Amanda Wakeley is a fashion designer favoured by royalty and celebrities, but she once briefly lost control of the company that bears her name. She lives in London with partner Hugh Morrison.

‘You don’t have to be a parent to love like one’ • Novelist Claudia Carroll decided not to become a mother herself, but as a hands-on godmother to seven, her life is filled with children

FOR THE LOVE OF GODPARENTS

‘Communicate, support each other and don’t sweat the small stuff’ • Getting married a second time requires a leap of faith, says Clover Stroud, but you can make it work by learning lessons from the first time around

‘I DO… TAKE TWO’ • Psychologist and relationship expert Professor Janet Reibstein advises on how to be emotionally ready to marry again

YOUR DAILY GUIDE to SAVING the PLANET • Environmental concerns are soaring and, if we’re to make a difference, we can’t leave it to the politicians… it’s up to all of us, suggests Sarah Rodrigues

The 37 THERAPIES that healed my MIDLIFE CRISIS • From acupuncture to a silent retreat, Kay Hutchison shares the many and varied treatments that have helped her find balance again after a traumatic period in her life

WHAT THERAPY MIGHT WORK BEST FOR YOUR NEEDS? • With so many therapies on offer, where do you start? Kay Hutchison recommends some that she found...


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