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The return of hope & joy!
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Worth sharing • We love to know what’s inspired you in the magazine and here’s the page where you tell us what you’re thinking, baking and making!
Good ideas for June • IT’S TIME TO EMBRACE CHEERY COLOURS AND GET OUTDOORS
‘I WANT to SEIZE EVERY moment of happiness’ • Radio DJ and TV presenter Jo Whiley opens up to Nathalie Whittle about campaigning for her sister, gardening in her underwear and looking forward to partying until dawn
Instant joy! • Boost your outfit as well as your mood with a selection of oh-so-pretty accessories
Fashion to make you FEEL GOOD • Take your finger (finally) off the pause button and look to brighter days ahead with a few new fashion treats. From pretty prints to must-have accessories, here are the updates you need
Call Antiques Roadshow… I found my old phones! • They may have been the size of bricks with absolutely dreadful sound quality, but our columnist feels strangely sentimental about her old mobiles
The powers behind the flowers • Nature has proved a tonic for many of us in the past year and, as we head into the most abundant floral season, four inspiring women explain how their careers have blossomed in the world of horticulture
‘Flowers always put a smile on your face’ • Nikki Tibbles is CEO of florist Wild At Heart and welcomes a rise in people sending flowers during the lockdowns.
‘Gardens can be used to talk about difficult subjects’ • Garden designer Juliet Sargeant was the first Black woman to win gold at the Chelsea Flower Show and she’s helping to make gardening enjoyable for everyone.
‘Gardening has become cool’ • Landscape architect Bunny Guinness loves being a panellist on BBC Radio 4’s Gardeners’ Question Time and has fond memories of designing Dame Mary Berry’s garden.
‘I was very comfortable with a strong female role’ • As she returns to the big screen in the drama My New York Year, Sigourney Weaver reflects on her extraordinary career
What GREENER living means to YOU • Sustainability has never been a hotter topic and we wanted to find out just how important this issue is to you. So, we conducted a survey* with several thousand readers to discover your changing attitudes and behaviours – the results are now in…
‘Two different worlds made me who I am’ • Florence Olájídé grew up feeling stuck between her early years in Britain and her family’s roots in Nigeria. She explains how she found her own sense of identity
How to be a BETTER LISTENER • It’s never been so important to check in on one another’s emotional wellbeing, says Katie Colombus of Samaritans. Here’s how to really tune in…
5 TOP TIPS FOR LISTENING WELL • Learn to be a better listener by following the ‘SHUSH’ acronym from Samaritans…
If not NOW, then WHEN? • The pandemic has been a reminder that time is precious and it’s important to seize the day. Three readers share their inspiring stories of how they’ve done just that
‘I’ve discovered the power of putting yourself out there’ • Sally Ward had sidelined her art as just a hobby, until her success in a TV competition gave her a major confidence boost.
‘We shouldn’t hold ourselves back’ • Feyi Raimi-Abraham became an entrepreneur when she was furloughed, founding The Black Dementia Company, which was inspired by caring for her mother, Verona.