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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!
Good ideas for July • SAY HELLO TO SUMMER AND STRAWBERRIES AND CREAM SEASON!
‘I’m always looking for magic everyday’ in the • Nadiya Hussain talks to Ella Dove about taking risks, where she finds joy and banning her husband from the kitchen
Summer in the city • It’s time to book that sightseeing break you’ve been yearning for, so pack your suitcase with colourful tailoring in crisp cottons and broderie anglaise mixed with smart raffia accessories – it’s a classic mix that will guarantee you look perfectly put-together on a sunny day away
DIVE IN, the water’s lovely! • Pool, beach or back garden, the new wave of swimwear is here and it’s all about figure-flattering cuts. This is GH’s something-for-everyone swimwear guide
‘I store up my friends’ book reviews like a literary squirrel’ • A holiday can be completely ruined without the right words, says our columnist, who is always hungry to find out what everyone else has loved reading
‘If you enjoy life, age doesn’t count!’ • As Jenny Agutter OBE reprises the role of Roberta in new film The Railway Children Return, she revisits her famous roles – and reveals a new ambition
‘The need for MENTORS has never been greater’ • As part of GH’s centenary, we’ve partnered with The Prince’s Trust and its Women Supporting Women initiative, which pairs career women with young, often vulnerable ones. It’s hard work but rewarding, as our stories reveal
Around the WORLD in 100 years • From steam trains to transatlantic crossings and the first commercial flights, the way we travel has changed dramatically over the last century. Deputy editor Emma Justice looks at holidays past and in the future
Wish you were there? • Our favourite destinations of the decades
‘There are still so many places to discover’ • Tony Wheeler, co-founder of Lonely Planet, the world’s largest guidebook publisher, reveals how his own holidays have changed…
Setting SAIL • Contributing cruise editor David Wickers looks at our love of cruising in the past, present and future…
Travelling into the FUTURE • We asked Professor Ian Yeoman, a leading travel and tourism futurologist and the author of 2050 – Tomorrow’s Tourism, to predict how we’ll be getting away in 100 years’ time
‘I see a golden era for female entrepreneurs ahead’ • Business leader Deborah Meaden of TV’s Dragons’ Den talks about the passion and confidence required to launch something new and predicts where future opportunities lie
‘We’re working to make a difference’ • Changing other people’s lives for the better is all part of the business plan for these three inspiring women
‘Our horses perform small MIRACLES EVERY DAY’ • As a lonely child, Natalie O’Rourke found companionship in horses. She’s since helped many others, including her son, find solace at some very special stables. So, when they were threatened with closure, she was determined to save them…
The MAGIC of mantras • Simple words and phrases have the power to interrupt negativity and invite change in life – as Good Housekeeping’s Ella Dove has discovered
WORDS FOR THE WISE • Charlotte Fox Weber suggests how to...