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Come to Good Housekeeping Live in partnership with Dyson! • Enjoy a fabulous day out in London with the Good Housekeeping team this autumn as we celebrate our 100th anniversary, and meet the celebrities, authors and experts you love
FRIDAY 14 OCTOBER
SATURDAY 15 OCTOBER
Worth sharing • We love to know what’s inspired you in the magazine – here’s the page where you tell us what you’re thinking, making and reading!
Good ideas for September • GORGEOUS NEW-SEASON TREATS – AND ALL UNDER £30
‘I want to stress less, enjoy life & BE HAPPY’ • Chef and TV personality Monica Galetti opens up to Nathalie Whittle about coping in a crisis, meeting The Queen and her bold new haircut
Enduring FASHION CLASSICS • There’s fast fashion and there’s forever style – a distinction earned by those rare pieces whose enduring chic never falters. Over the past century of Good Housekeeping, we’ve seen trends come and go, but, with each decade, a fashion classic has stood the test of time and is as relevant now as when it was launched. Here, as part of our anniversary celebrations, we bring you those items that have become timeless and that are worth investing in, as you’ll love wearing them now and always…
100 years in the making • Introducing the stylish new GH100 collection from DFS, created to celebrate a century of Good Housekeeping
TIMELESS finishing touches • Classic accessories are the ultimate outfit transformers, taking the everyday to the extra special in an instant
‘Sharing our stories means we feel less alone, more in control’ • The menopause was once shrouded in secrecy, says our columnist, but now it’s being talked about we can all feel less isolated
‘I am always looking for hope’ • As the war in Ukraine continues to dominate the headlines, the BBC’s chief international correspondent, Lyse Doucet, reveals to Bethan Rose Jenkins what it’s like to cover the world’s biggest stories
Sailing into a NEW CHALLENGE • Sailing, salsa dancing and creating a still-life painting – three readers reveal how they overcame their nerves to try challenging new hobbies as part of our My First Time series
INSTRUCTOR GEORGIE WAITE SAYS: ‘Always be openminded and ready to learn’
‘I now have even more respect for the celebrities on Strictly’ • Writer Daisy White, 45, from Sussex, was keen to try salsa dancing after years of watching Strictly Come Dancing.
TEACHER EDDIE SLATTERY SAYS: ‘At the end of the day, dancing is about having fun’
‘Painting was on my bucket list of things to bring me joy!’ • For makeup artist Joyce Connor, 58, from Reading, painting her first watercolour was an exercise in both creativity and self-confidence.
TEACHER CAROLINE CRAWFORD SAYS: ‘Painting is about losing yourself in a creative space’
Magic carpets • Make a great first impression with the Wentworth and Chartwell premium twist carpets from the Good Housekeeping collection at Carpetright
‘Art has the power to bring people together’ • Art galleries felt exclusive when director of the Tate Maria Balshaw was growing up, but she is finding ways to include everyone
‘I want to PUSH MYSELF out of my COMFORT ZONE’ • Clare Balding talks to Charlotte Oliver about overcoming self-doubt, being awarded a CBE and blazing a trail for women in sport
100 YEARS OF SPORT
‘We took 20 YEARS to FALL IN LOVE’ • They laughed at the same jokes and were there for one another...