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Good Housekeeping UK

Jan 01 2022
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.

Proud of our heritage and excited by our future…

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!

Your last-minute GIFT GUIDE • If you’re struggling to find the perfect present, worry not – our experts’ 11th-hour round-up has everything you need, whatever your budget

‘We’re all stronger than we know’ • Fashion icon Dame Twiggy talks to Nathalie Whittle about facing her fears, finding lasting love and being bossed around by her granddaughter

RING IN THE new! • Traditional checks, cosy knitwear, a printed midi dress and earrings that dazzle – here’s everything you need to see out the old year and welcome in 2022… and the best bit is every item is under £100!

Party style equations • Introducing the fashion formulas that will make styling your favourite going-out pieces oh-so simple. Think of these power pairings like a flattering friend, because they’re always guaranteed to make you feel fabulous!

All the trimmings • This season, look to a treasure trove of quirky finishing touches to add a little pizazz to your outfit

‘If you want to get ahead, DRESS FOR SUCCESS’ • As one of the few women in Britain to become a CEO in the finance sector, Baroness Helena Morrissey knows a thing or two about dressing confidently

‘Before hemming tape, I’d staple my trousers’ • We’re always looking for ways to make life easier and, as GH begins its 100th anniversary celebrations, our columnist praises the inventions that have helped her

Step into the future • Over the past 100 years, Good Housekeeping has always featured the latest products, services and innovations designed to streamline our lives. So, as we embark on our centenary celebrations, Rebecca Smithers predicts what’s likely to be on the way over the next few decades

Meet the woman who created Good Housekeeping • As we begin our celebration of Good Housekeeping’s centenary, writer Lizzie Broadbent shines a spotlight on Alice Head, the first female editor, who led the magazine during its earliest years and became one of the best-paid women in the UK

‘The future looks bright for English wine’ • Ruth Simpson is co-founder of Simpsons Wine Estate, which owns vineyards in the UK and France, producing award-winning wines.

‘Our gin is a celebration of strong women’ • Bhagya Barrett is co-founder of Rebel City Distillery in Cork, which has launched Maharani Gin, celebrating Ireland and India.

‘We bring the party without the alcohol’ • Amanda Thomson launched Noughty, an alcohol-free sparkling wine, in autumn 2019, and it is now selling in more than 30 countries.

‘It’s important to celebrate women in the beer industry’ • Sara Barton founded Brewster’s Brewing Company in Grantham and has seen more and more women join the industry. In 2011, she started Project Venus to bring together female brewers.

‘I treat every job as if it’s the first’ • As he reprises his role as Doctor Strange in one of this month’s biggest blockbusters, Spider-Man: No Way Home, Benedict Cumberbatch reflects on his career on screen…

Think like a dancer • From developing resilience to overcoming nerves, these life lessons from three stars of the dance world could help us all

‘We should be proud of who we are and how we cope’ • Strictly Come Dancing professional Amy Dowden says dance helped her to cultivate resilience in the face of ongoing health struggles.

‘Stop worrying what people think and just go for it’ • The Royal Ballet’s principal ballerina...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 196 Publisher: Hearst Magazines UK Edition: Jan 01 2022

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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.

Proud of our heritage and excited by our future…

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!

Your last-minute GIFT GUIDE • If you’re struggling to find the perfect present, worry not – our experts’ 11th-hour round-up has everything you need, whatever your budget

‘We’re all stronger than we know’ • Fashion icon Dame Twiggy talks to Nathalie Whittle about facing her fears, finding lasting love and being bossed around by her granddaughter

RING IN THE new! • Traditional checks, cosy knitwear, a printed midi dress and earrings that dazzle – here’s everything you need to see out the old year and welcome in 2022… and the best bit is every item is under £100!

Party style equations • Introducing the fashion formulas that will make styling your favourite going-out pieces oh-so simple. Think of these power pairings like a flattering friend, because they’re always guaranteed to make you feel fabulous!

All the trimmings • This season, look to a treasure trove of quirky finishing touches to add a little pizazz to your outfit

‘If you want to get ahead, DRESS FOR SUCCESS’ • As one of the few women in Britain to become a CEO in the finance sector, Baroness Helena Morrissey knows a thing or two about dressing confidently

‘Before hemming tape, I’d staple my trousers’ • We’re always looking for ways to make life easier and, as GH begins its 100th anniversary celebrations, our columnist praises the inventions that have helped her

Step into the future • Over the past 100 years, Good Housekeeping has always featured the latest products, services and innovations designed to streamline our lives. So, as we embark on our centenary celebrations, Rebecca Smithers predicts what’s likely to be on the way over the next few decades

Meet the woman who created Good Housekeeping • As we begin our celebration of Good Housekeeping’s centenary, writer Lizzie Broadbent shines a spotlight on Alice Head, the first female editor, who led the magazine during its earliest years and became one of the best-paid women in the UK

‘The future looks bright for English wine’ • Ruth Simpson is co-founder of Simpsons Wine Estate, which owns vineyards in the UK and France, producing award-winning wines.

‘Our gin is a celebration of strong women’ • Bhagya Barrett is co-founder of Rebel City Distillery in Cork, which has launched Maharani Gin, celebrating Ireland and India.

‘We bring the party without the alcohol’ • Amanda Thomson launched Noughty, an alcohol-free sparkling wine, in autumn 2019, and it is now selling in more than 30 countries.

‘It’s important to celebrate women in the beer industry’ • Sara Barton founded Brewster’s Brewing Company in Grantham and has seen more and more women join the industry. In 2011, she started Project Venus to bring together female brewers.

‘I treat every job as if it’s the first’ • As he reprises his role as Doctor Strange in one of this month’s biggest blockbusters, Spider-Man: No Way Home, Benedict Cumberbatch reflects on his career on screen…

Think like a dancer • From developing resilience to overcoming nerves, these life lessons from three stars of the dance world could help us all

‘We should be proud of who we are and how we cope’ • Strictly Come Dancing professional Amy Dowden says dance helped her to cultivate resilience in the face of ongoing health struggles.

‘Stop worrying what people think and just go for it’ • The Royal Ballet’s principal ballerina...


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