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Join us at Good Housekeeping Live! • Enjoy a fabulous day out in London with the Good Housekeeping team as we celebrate our 100th anniversary
Good ideas for May • REVEL IN THE SEASON AND ENJOY SPRING’S NEW MOOD WITH PASTEL SHADES
‘I want to let my adventurous side speak more’ • Nigella Lawson talks to Nathalie Whittle about beating self-doubt, embracing new challenges and the joy of lazy days on the sofa
Earn your stripes • Vertical, horizontal or diagonal; multi-coloured or monochrome, crisply uniform or mixed and multi-sized – statement stripes will get everyone’s attention this season…
Small buys, BIG IMPACT • From heavenly handbags to statement jewels and sunshine sandals, these little style heroes will magically bring some new-season brilliance to your wardrobe
‘I love living out my Jessica Fletcher fantasy’ • If you want to test your detective skills and get the adrenaline pumping, there’s nothing more exciting than an escape room, as our columnist has discovered
‘As I’ve got OLDER, the work has got BETTER’ • As she returns to our screens in the Apple TV+ spy series Slow Horses, actor Dame Kristin Scott Thomas reflects on her extraordinary career
‘There’s no buzz like presenting the weather’ • BBC Breakfast’s Carol Kirkwood has been a weather presenter for 25 years in rain, shine and even the odd blizzard.
‘You can never give a weather scientist enough computers!’ • Professor Penelope Endersby, the first female CEO of the Met Office, reveals the cutting-edge technology behind the forecasts.
‘The weather is changing, so we must change, too’ • Social attitudes to climate change are finally catching up with the science of our weather, says environmental psychologist Professor Lorraine Whitmarsh, but we need to speed up.
THE life-changing MAGIC OF appliances • Housework has been transformed over the years by the ongoing evolution of gadgets. But how have we kept up? The Good Housekeeping Institute has always been there to test products and help consumers buy the best
‘14 HOURS A DAY ON housework AND childcare’ • Vanessa Meade, curator at the Museum of the Home, explains how housekeeping has changed over the past century – and where we might go from here
10 gadgets that changed our lives
WHAT’S NEXT? • Six gadgets of the future…
‘Women look at TECHNOLOGY in a NEW WAY’ • Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon has led the march in encouraging more women into science and technology, and now she can’t wait to see what they come up with
‘All I could give them was love’ • Jemma Bere, 38, had just graduated from university and was full of plans for the future when tragedy led to her adopting her brother and sister. She shares her pride in the siblings she has raised
‘Nature can be the greatest strength & friend’ • Sunflowers are Bhupinder Sohanpal’s favourite flower. For her, they have become a symbol of finding renewed strength and hope through gardening. She shares how this simplest of pastimes has the power to help us all
‘I’ve found my creative flair’ • Claire Hill, 42, never thought of herself as being artistic until picking up a paintbrush on a whim led to a new-found passion for DIY and upcycling treasured objects.
‘I embraced my love of food and began cooking for my community’ • Rather than relaxing into her retirement, Jill Martin, 71, has turned her love of cooking into an award-winning idea.