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Good Housekeeping UK May 2018

Good Housekeeping Magazine gives you the best recipes, health advice, beauty and fashion expertise, consumer testing reports, great ideas for your home and real life inspirational stories. It is the one magazine you can always trust for expertise and tireless attention to detail delivered in a positive and accessible way which gives readers direct access to “the best of everything”.

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United Kingdom
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English
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Hearst Magazines UK
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1 min.
thanks so much …

She made us laugh and she made us cry… who else on Strictly has ever moved us quite so much as SUSAN CALMAN? She’s funny, warm and also a terrific writer, which is why she’s the perfect choice to be GH’s new columnist. We can’t wait to learn more about her life with wife Lee and the Glasgow home they share with their five rescue cats. Who better to write for us in royal wedding month than DAISY GOODWIN, the creator of ITV series Victoria? Daisy examines the historic importance of the arrival of Meghan Markle, while the GH cookery team have leapt on the occasion to make cake! Planning a celebration? Check out page 142 for their DIY wedding cake. Award-winning novelist ROSE TREMAIN has spent decades telling stories from distant…

2 min.
why we dared to bare …

Meet Jane, Cassandra, Yemi and Alex. Later in the magazine you’ll get to see a lot more of these four women but, for now, let me just say thank you. Thank you for being brave enough to take off your clothes for a very special Good Housekeeping photoshoot. Thank you for telling your moving stories. And thank you for being inspirational to others and, it turns out, to me too. Each of these women has struggled with ill health, frustration or lack of self-esteem. But they have persevered and this month they appear – magnificently – in your magazine. When I met them at the photoshoot, I was moved to hear how they now celebrate their appearance, whatever their perceived imperfections. Their message emerges repeatedly… love and thank your body…

1 min.
just for you, flower!

COMPILED BY: JO ATKINSON, CAROLYN BAILEY, JAMES CUNNINGHAM, GILLIAN DAVIES, GABRIELLA ENGLISH…

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join good housekeeping for a vip day at the rhs chelsea flower show

YOUR VIP TICKET INCLUDES ◆ Entry to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show on Saturday 26 May 2018 (8am-5.30pm) ◆ Access to our private Jardin Blanc hospitality area (11am-4pm) ◆ Welcome drinks on arrival ◆ Afternoon tea plus Taylors of Harrogate tea and coffee available throughout the day ◆ A short address from Raymond Blanc ◆ A special goodie bag TO BOOK ◆ Visit hearstlive.co.uk/jardin-blanc-2018 ◆ Tickets are strictly limited and cost £210 each including VAT and booking fee…

2 min.
worth sharing write, email, facebook or tweet

Q. Which day in your life would you like to live over again? A. My only daughter’s graduation day. I’ve never felt such pride! ELLA ENGLISH Heading for Portsmouth with only a few possessions in the back of the car. We were about to start a new life in Spain and the feeling was exhilarating and terrifying in equal measure. DAWN BURDEN-BENNETT The day I was told I’d got the job I’d been dreaming of doing since I was a young girl. REBECCA CLARKE The day I gave birth to my first child. I found out my mum had cancer the same day I found out I was pregnant, so seeing her face when she held her first grandchild was truly beautiful. Mum died six weeks later, but I will never forget that moment. SARAH TREWEEKS My wedding day…

3 min.
susan calman

I realised something recently. With every passing day, I just keep getting older. I know I shouldn’t be surprised by this, apparently it’s what happens to normal human beings, but it’s still something I wasn’t quite expecting. I distinctly remember sitting in the living room as a teenager, looking at my parents (who were in their early 40s at the time) and thinking that I would never, ever become as old, wizened or ancient as them. Now I’m in my early 40s and I realise, not for the first time, that teenage me was quite the idiot. In some ways, I don’t mind getting older. I feel less pressure to conform – there are fewer requirements to behave appropriately and I certainly don’t feel the need to get dressed up to leave…