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Good Housekeeping UK

Jul 01 2021
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.

It’s time to focus on YOU!

Good Housekeeping UK

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 July • BRING SUNSHINE INTO YOUR LIFE, WHATEVER THE WEATHER

‘I want to create a life full of love & laughter’ • TV presenter and fitness star Davina McCall talks to Nathalie Whittle about resetting her life, refusing to conform and looking forward to going clubbing with her teens

The of dressing up • Barbecues! Parties! Festivals! It’s all about garden-based gatherings and outdoor events this summer, so look to colour-pop dresses and statement sandals. Time to get a fabulous frock on and make a stylish return to the social scene

ELEVATED ELEGANCE • Whether you’re a fan of feminine frills and florals or more of a pared-back minimalist, here are the new hero pieces that will update your wardrobe

FLIRT WITH FUNCTION • Love tactile fabrics with longevity and comfort? Look to the relaxed, well-travelled-utility-meets-craft trend. Think easy, unstructured shapes in spicy, earthy tones and artisan details – this is practical dressing, with an artistic twist.

MINIMALISM WITH A TWIST

COCKTAIL OF COLOUR • Love playing with prints? Not afraid of bold colour? Whether it’s bright sunnies to elevate everyday denim or full-on fabulous colour clashing and mismatched patterns, joyful dressing in happy hues is a must for summer 202l.

‘It’s your life & anything goes’ • As actor Felicity Kendal prepares for her first musical, she talks to Jen Crothers about being at her fittest in her 70s, long-lasting love and ignoring what others think

‘I’m less Monty Don and more Monty Don’t’ • As a new gardener, our columnist knows that she has a lot to learn – but at least she looks the part in her dungarees and kneepads

‘We both feel life is precious, so SEIZE THE DAY!’ • Actor Stephen Mangan and his sister Anita talk to Jackie Brown about their quirky new children’s book and their shared outlook on life

The A-Z of OPTIMISM • As we emerge from the toughest of times, there are many reasons to look to the future with renewed hope – from an upsurge in community spirit, to more blue plaques for women and the UK’s first university course on the science of happiness.

‘PASSION goes into every PROJECT’ • Kelly Hoppen is now well into her fifth decade working as an interior designer and it’s hard graft, determination and huge love for her craft that has ensured her longevity and success, she tells Arielle Tchiprout

KELLY’S TIPS FOR CREATING A WOW FACTOR IN YOUR HOME

Friends through thick and thin • It’s been said that friends are the family we choose and that is definitely true for the readers we interview here, in a glorious celebration of female friendship

How to help teens BOUNCE BACK • Separated from friends, freedoms curtailed, hobbies cancelled and education disrupted, there’s no doubt teens have had a difficult time over the past year. But parents shouldn’t panic or pander, says mother-of-four Lorraine Candy, who recommends taking a quieter, more backseat role…

LISTEN & LEARN: 8 ways to help teens

‘My journey OF HOPE’ • Where do we each belong? It’s something Anita Sethi considered after being racially abused. She walked through the north of England to heal and search for answers

‘I’ve finally said YES to MARRIAGE’ • As a gay woman, Rosie Wilby felt that marriage wasn’t for her – even when the law changed for single-sex couples. Here, she explains why she’s now planning...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 220 Publisher: Hearst Magazines UK Edition: Jul 01 2021

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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.

It’s time to focus on YOU!

Good Housekeeping UK

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 July • BRING SUNSHINE INTO YOUR LIFE, WHATEVER THE WEATHER

‘I want to create a life full of love & laughter’ • TV presenter and fitness star Davina McCall talks to Nathalie Whittle about resetting her life, refusing to conform and looking forward to going clubbing with her teens

The of dressing up • Barbecues! Parties! Festivals! It’s all about garden-based gatherings and outdoor events this summer, so look to colour-pop dresses and statement sandals. Time to get a fabulous frock on and make a stylish return to the social scene

ELEVATED ELEGANCE • Whether you’re a fan of feminine frills and florals or more of a pared-back minimalist, here are the new hero pieces that will update your wardrobe

FLIRT WITH FUNCTION • Love tactile fabrics with longevity and comfort? Look to the relaxed, well-travelled-utility-meets-craft trend. Think easy, unstructured shapes in spicy, earthy tones and artisan details – this is practical dressing, with an artistic twist.

MINIMALISM WITH A TWIST

COCKTAIL OF COLOUR • Love playing with prints? Not afraid of bold colour? Whether it’s bright sunnies to elevate everyday denim or full-on fabulous colour clashing and mismatched patterns, joyful dressing in happy hues is a must for summer 202l.

‘It’s your life & anything goes’ • As actor Felicity Kendal prepares for her first musical, she talks to Jen Crothers about being at her fittest in her 70s, long-lasting love and ignoring what others think

‘I’m less Monty Don and more Monty Don’t’ • As a new gardener, our columnist knows that she has a lot to learn – but at least she looks the part in her dungarees and kneepads

‘We both feel life is precious, so SEIZE THE DAY!’ • Actor Stephen Mangan and his sister Anita talk to Jackie Brown about their quirky new children’s book and their shared outlook on life

The A-Z of OPTIMISM • As we emerge from the toughest of times, there are many reasons to look to the future with renewed hope – from an upsurge in community spirit, to more blue plaques for women and the UK’s first university course on the science of happiness.

‘PASSION goes into every PROJECT’ • Kelly Hoppen is now well into her fifth decade working as an interior designer and it’s hard graft, determination and huge love for her craft that has ensured her longevity and success, she tells Arielle Tchiprout

KELLY’S TIPS FOR CREATING A WOW FACTOR IN YOUR HOME

Friends through thick and thin • It’s been said that friends are the family we choose and that is definitely true for the readers we interview here, in a glorious celebration of female friendship

How to help teens BOUNCE BACK • Separated from friends, freedoms curtailed, hobbies cancelled and education disrupted, there’s no doubt teens have had a difficult time over the past year. But parents shouldn’t panic or pander, says mother-of-four Lorraine Candy, who recommends taking a quieter, more backseat role…

LISTEN & LEARN: 8 ways to help teens

‘My journey OF HOPE’ • Where do we each belong? It’s something Anita Sethi considered after being racially abused. She walked through the north of England to heal and search for answers

‘I’ve finally said YES to MARRIAGE’ • As a gay woman, Rosie Wilby felt that marriage wasn’t for her – even when the law changed for single-sex couples. Here, she explains why she’s now planning...


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