Women's Lifestyle
Woman & Home

Woman & Home Nov-2018

Published by TI Media Limited Woman & home is the UK’s number-one monthly magazine aimed at women aged 35+. Including best beauty advice, fabulous wearable fashion trends, delicious recipes, in-depth health and wellbeing advice, latest looks for the home, plus insightful interviews with celebrities and real women who have achieved remarkable things, W &H’s pages are bursting with irresistible inspiration. And there are also short stories, travel ideas, exclusive offers, competitions and much more besides! With a raft of top writers and stunning photography, W &H is gorgeous, glossy package.

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12 Issues

in this issue

3 min.
we’re all amazing!

“I’m sure you’ll agree our Amazing Women award winners are pretty mind-blowing” I know some people prefer not to think of Christmas until 1st December. When I say “some people” I mostly mean men – who, let’s face it, rarely have to get too involved with the mammoth task of making the festive season magical. I’m generalising but it’s mainly us women who make it all happen, isn’t it? I really love Christmas and I’ve found the best way to give myself the time to enjoy it is to start the organising early. To kick-start your to-do list, our special this month is Let’s Get Planning (p165), a checklist of all the things you can sort out sooner rather than later. I hope you find it useful. While those to-do lists keep on…

1 min.
meet our contributors

STEPHANIE CLARKSON was a Daily Mail features writer, and now writes across many women’s titles and is a children’s author. She interviewed readers for We Bounced Back! on page 84. • I feel on top of the world when… I’m enjoying a bracing walk on a windswept beach with my family. • For an instant confidence boost… I spend an hour with my best friends, or re-read an amazingly complimentary email I got sent via my agent when I signed my latest book deal – it makes all the knockbacks worthwhile. ANDREA CHILDS is a freelance writer who lives with her husband and two children. She writes about her experience on a women-only walking holiday on page 68. • I feel on top of the world when… I go for a run on the…

1 min.
treat yourself

9 min.
“we’re overdue a drunken night out together!”

They go together as naturally as fish and chips or a horse and carriage. Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby’s easy chemistry on ITV’s This Morning has, over the past nine years, made them one of the most popular duos on TV. And off-screen they’re just as close, hanging out with each other’s families and even meeting up on holiday. Holly, 37, is married to producer Dan Baldwin, and they have three children: Harry, nine, Belle, seven, and Chester, three, while Phil, 56, is married to Stephanie Lowe and they have daughters, Molly, 25, and Ruby, 22. And with This Morning celebrating its 30th anniversary this month, the pair will also be part of a prime-time documentary, This Morning – 30 Unforgettable Years . Here, they talk to us about the ins…

1 min.
30 years of this morning...

1988 Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan host the first episode on 3 October, live from Liverpool. 2001 They’re replaced by Coleen Nolan and Twiggy, who present on rotation with John Leslie and Fern Britton. 2002 Phil replaces John Leslie as co-presenter alongside Fern. 2009 Holly replaces Fern as co-presenter alongside Phil. 2011 This Morning wins the National Television Award for Best Daytime/ Live Magazine Show. It has won the award for eight years in a row. 2018 Holly and Phil celebrate This Morning’s 30th year with a special BAFTA recognition award and a prime-time documentary. PHOTOGRAPHS DAVID FISHER/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK, DAVID THOMPSON/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK,ITV, ITV/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK, JOEL ANDERSON/ITV, REX/SHUTTERSTOCK, TONY SAPIANO/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK…

4 min.
“i love white wine, but it doesn’t love me”

Dinner is cooking. The kitchen worktop is a mess because you still haven’t emptied this morning’s dishwasher load. Your phone is buzzing, it makes you think of the work emails you need to answer before you go to bed. That bag of dry-cleaning you meant to drop off is on the table. Enter your daughter in full teenage strop demanding to know where her red jumpsuit is. “Mu-um, I need it like NOW.” You open the fridge, grab a bottle of white wine and glug out a large glass. Gosh, that first delicious cold sip is such a relief. You really needed that. You take another and another and soon there’s a delightful fuzzy edge to all the hard things you’re struggling to deal with. Ring any bells? “Drinking makes many women feel…