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Good Housekeeping UK

Sep 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.

Stronger, happier, healthier 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 September • KEEP THE SUMMER MOOD GOING FOR AS LONG AS YOU CAN WITH WARM AND SPICY TONES

‘I feel as though the WORLD IS MY OYSTER’ • Fern Britton talks to Nathalie Whittle about embracing being single again, her substitute grandson and her big plan to travel the world

MY FAVOURITE THINGS

WEEKEND DRESSING? It’s a walk in the park • Creating a practical off-duty wardrobe for the new season is a cinch when you layer classic stripes, well-cut denim and light jackets over your summer skirts and dresses. Whether you’re lunching or dog-walking, the weekend has never looked so polished…

HOW TO… SMARTEN UP • All dressed up and finally (hopefully) somewhere to go! If you’re lunching, brunching, taking a theatre trip or heading back to the office, seek revenge on a year lost to loungewear by utilising bold colours, easy tailoring and polished accessories

A great DDOOUUBBLLEE AACCTT • When it comes to looking chic, you can’t beat the winning combination of smart micro-heels and an elegant new handbag

Meet the WOMEN leading the SEA CHANGE • Plastic pollution, climate change and unsustainable fishing are destroying our incredible oceans, but there are some leaders aiming to turn the tide on this. Arielle Tchiprout meets three of them

‘To solve the crises in our seas, we all need to come together’ • Marine biologist and wildlife photographer Inka Cresswell is using her underwater experience from around the world to inspire younger generations.

‘I’m so glad people are finally talking about plastic pollution’ • Jo Ruxton produced the multi-award-winning documentary film A Plastic Ocean, which showed the world the crises in our sea. She now runs Ocean Generation, which has been endorsed by Sir David Attenborough.

‘Our goal is to recover the health of the incredible ocean’ • Sandy Luk has spent her entire career trying to protect the environment – now, she’s at the forefront as CEO of the Marine Conservation Society.

‘Smell was my superpower; now I can’t trust my nose!’ • Since her sense of smell changed dramatically last year, our columnist is having to relearn fragrance and give floral scents a very wide berth

Here’s looking at HUGH • As he returns to the big screen in action thriller Reminiscence, Hugh Jackman revisits some of his most memorable roles

FOR THE RECORD

‘I wanted to dress women like me’ • Nayna McIntosh left a high-flying career to set up Hope Fashion, aimed at midlife women, and it’s had the seal of approval from the Duchess of Cambridge. She is also an ambassador for Smart Works, a charity helping women get back into employment.

‘Kindness is never wasted’ • Debbie Bailey, from Grayshott, Surrey, was so bowled over by people’s kindness when she was ill that she set up Albi & Mac with her friend Nina Camping, to help bring joy to others.

‘I’m trying to end the stigma around ageing’ • When Sophie Dowling was disappointed by the choice of equipment available to help her elderly father at home, she persuaded friend Miranda Thomas to develop Granny Gets a Grip, selling aids that are also stylish.

The healing power of hobbies • With GPs encouraged to prescribe activities and crafts to boost wellbeing, Anna Bonet shares how new pastimes have helped her own happiness

HAVE A GO! Eight hobbies to try…

‘POTTERY gives you a wonderful sense of...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 204 Publisher: Hearst Magazines UK Edition: Sep 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.

Stronger, happier, healthier 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 September • KEEP THE SUMMER MOOD GOING FOR AS LONG AS YOU CAN WITH WARM AND SPICY TONES

‘I feel as though the WORLD IS MY OYSTER’ • Fern Britton talks to Nathalie Whittle about embracing being single again, her substitute grandson and her big plan to travel the world

MY FAVOURITE THINGS

WEEKEND DRESSING? It’s a walk in the park • Creating a practical off-duty wardrobe for the new season is a cinch when you layer classic stripes, well-cut denim and light jackets over your summer skirts and dresses. Whether you’re lunching or dog-walking, the weekend has never looked so polished…

HOW TO… SMARTEN UP • All dressed up and finally (hopefully) somewhere to go! If you’re lunching, brunching, taking a theatre trip or heading back to the office, seek revenge on a year lost to loungewear by utilising bold colours, easy tailoring and polished accessories

A great DDOOUUBBLLEE AACCTT • When it comes to looking chic, you can’t beat the winning combination of smart micro-heels and an elegant new handbag

Meet the WOMEN leading the SEA CHANGE • Plastic pollution, climate change and unsustainable fishing are destroying our incredible oceans, but there are some leaders aiming to turn the tide on this. Arielle Tchiprout meets three of them

‘To solve the crises in our seas, we all need to come together’ • Marine biologist and wildlife photographer Inka Cresswell is using her underwater experience from around the world to inspire younger generations.

‘I’m so glad people are finally talking about plastic pollution’ • Jo Ruxton produced the multi-award-winning documentary film A Plastic Ocean, which showed the world the crises in our sea. She now runs Ocean Generation, which has been endorsed by Sir David Attenborough.

‘Our goal is to recover the health of the incredible ocean’ • Sandy Luk has spent her entire career trying to protect the environment – now, she’s at the forefront as CEO of the Marine Conservation Society.

‘Smell was my superpower; now I can’t trust my nose!’ • Since her sense of smell changed dramatically last year, our columnist is having to relearn fragrance and give floral scents a very wide berth

Here’s looking at HUGH • As he returns to the big screen in action thriller Reminiscence, Hugh Jackman revisits some of his most memorable roles

FOR THE RECORD

‘I wanted to dress women like me’ • Nayna McIntosh left a high-flying career to set up Hope Fashion, aimed at midlife women, and it’s had the seal of approval from the Duchess of Cambridge. She is also an ambassador for Smart Works, a charity helping women get back into employment.

‘Kindness is never wasted’ • Debbie Bailey, from Grayshott, Surrey, was so bowled over by people’s kindness when she was ill that she set up Albi & Mac with her friend Nina Camping, to help bring joy to others.

‘I’m trying to end the stigma around ageing’ • When Sophie Dowling was disappointed by the choice of equipment available to help her elderly father at home, she persuaded friend Miranda Thomas to develop Granny Gets a Grip, selling aids that are also stylish.

The healing power of hobbies • With GPs encouraged to prescribe activities and crafts to boost wellbeing, Anna Bonet shares how new pastimes have helped her own happiness

HAVE A GO! Eight hobbies to try…

‘POTTERY gives you a wonderful sense of...


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