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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!
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‘The biggest risk I’ve taken? Falling in LOVE again’ • Silent Witness star Emilia Fox talks to Nathalie Whittle about her battle with nerves, finding peace in her 40s and the joy of piano duets with her new partner
Double impact • Fashion’s new buzzword is ‘flexible’ as, now more than ever, our wardrobes need versatile pieces for both smart and off-duty dressing. Think cafe-to-desk dresses and city-to-sofa sweaters. Fewer pieces, more possibilities – it’s time to invest in these double-duty outfit heroes
INTO THE BLUE • This season’s denim has something for everyone. From romantic blouses in inky hues to delightful dresses in faded blues and the new must-have jean shapes, it’s time to diversify your denim portfolio with a style that suits you!
‘I wear a badge that has an eight on it for luck’ • From picking lottery numbers to choosing the address of a new home, our columnist explains why the number eight guides her fate
‘I want to enjoy every shred OF LIFE’ • As nature presenter Kate Humble publishes her first recipe book, she talks to Anna Bonet about ambition, embracing opportunity and the joy of a delicious home-cooked dinner
KATE’S COMFORT FOOD • The presenter shares two of her favourite recipes from her new book, Home Cooked
What you can do to help change a girl’s life • Entrepreneur Chrissie Rucker OBE is passionate about making a difference to the lives of young women who need help. She tells GH editor-in-chief Gaby Huddart how we can all get involved with the launch of our new charity partnership
‘We’re making our voices heard’ • Podcasting isn’t just for celebrities – anyone can tap into new technology to become part of the exciting world of podcasts. It’s where these three readers have all found their place
‘Success shouldn’t be for those who shout loudest’ • Nadia Finer felt weighed down by her shyness, until she turned it into a strength through her Shy & Mighty podcast.
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‘Anyone can start a podcast’ • Lou Hamilton admits that she has ‘pinch-me’ moments when speaking to inspiring women for her Brave New Girl podcast.
‘The island that helped me reclaim myself’ • Pain and heartbreak led to a depression that meant bestselling author Freya North couldn’t write for three years. It was the beauty of a Scottish island that finally helped her to recover and feel inspired again
A centuryof changing rooms • In every issue of the past 100 years, Good Housekeeping has imparted advice on how readers can make the most of where they live. Interiors editor James Cunningham looks back on previous decades, assesses our properties today and asks what the future holds inside the four walls we call home
100 years in the making • Introducing the stylish new GH100 collection from DFS, created to celebrate a century of Good Housekeeping
‘It’s time to put NATURE FIRST’ • Although the potential impact of climate change is catastrophic, science and nature broadcaster Liz Bonnin...