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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 and enjoy talks, demonstrations and shopping experiences, plus meet the celebrities and experts you love
Good ideas for August • COOL BLUES AND AQUAS FOR HOT SUMMER DAYS
‘A WHOLE NEW WORLD HAS OPENED UP’ • Fern Britton talks to Nathalie Whittle about hitting her prime in her 60s and feeling fitter, happier and quietly rebellious
Sunny DELIGHTS • Love a hat-and-sunnies combo? Here are some of the coolest pairings that deserve a moment in the sun
MORE looks, LESS luggage • Think you can’t travel with just a cabin bag? Think again! We show you which clever multitasking pieces to pack and how to restyle them so you have enough outfits in your hand luggage for a two-week holiday – plus some great fashion editor packing tips, too
SHORT & CHIC • Looking for an alternative to a summer skirt? Shorts are strolling back into the spotlight. Not a shorts person? We think these might just change your mind!
May the FORD be with you! • With his return to the big screen as Indiana Jones one last time, Harrison Ford looks back at his most iconic roles
‘We’re helping others start a new chapter’ • Through our partnership with the National Literacy Trust, GH has met four inspiring Literacy Champions - women like you who have found an encyclopaedia of ways to encourage more people to read
‘Reading opens up confidence’ • Suzanne Tuck, 61, from Peterborough, has ploughed her love of poetry and performing into helping others.
‘I show people you don’t need to read perfectly to enjoy books’ • Linda Duffy, 57, from Manchester, has struggled to read all her life – but that hasn’t stopped her becoming a Literacy Champion.
‘When you pick up a book, you step into a special place’ • Janice Firth, 68, from Bradford, retired from teaching seven years ago but she’s still inspiring young minds today.
‘People take books for granted, but they can do so much’ • Placing a recipe book in a food parcel is one of the many ways that Shanine Fasasi, 36, from Nottingham, shares her love of books.
‘It’s not goodbye my friends, it’s au revoir’ • After five years of sharing her life and thoughts with us, our columnist is moving on. But she’s taking lots of happy memories with her
It’s time for FEMINISM TO HELP MEN • There’s a sense of progress in women that is lacking in men, says Caitlin Moran, so the challenges facing men now need to be the focus
‘Men, we’re worried about you’ • There are many differences between men and women, especially when it comes to dealing with their health, as Caitlin explains.
‘If you want to really LIVE, you have to take RISKS’ • She was a musical child prodigy and now, aged 35, Nicola Benedetti CBE is making history as the first woman and performer to be appointed director of the Edinburgh International Festival. Joanna Moorhead meets this cultural powerhouse
‘I’ve finally stopped trying to CHANGE’ • Branded as ‘scatty Shappi’, growing up, comedian Shaparak Khorsandi could never understand her whirring brain – until a midlife diagnosis of ADHD changed how she felt about herself
ADHD: THE DIAGNOSIS PROCESS • Dr Ulrich Müller-Sedgwick, consultant psychiatrist and founding member of the UK Adult ADHD Network,...