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Good Housekeeping UK October 2020

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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12 Edities

in deze editie

3 min.
reboot, refresh, renew…

I’d like to start this month’s note with another heartfelt thank you to all of you – for all the emails you’ve continued to send me in recent weeks to let me know of the comfort, solace and camaraderie this magazine is providing. In the most challenging of times, so many of you are finding, or discovering for the first time, that a magazine can play the part of a helpful friend – and my team and I are spurred on when you so kindly take the time to write to us and let us know that we’re striking a chord. Encouraged by your comments, we started thinking about what it is you’ll want and need as we head into the autumn and we thought the opportunity to reboot, refresh and…

1 min.
tried, tested, trusted

Your trust is important to us, which is why: every recipe is tested three times in the GHI kitchens. Every product test bearing the GHI logo is carried out to the strict standards laid down by the Good Housekeeping Institute, our leading research centre. Recommendations on our editorial pages are based on the impartial advice of our editors and expert contributors. All health articles are checked for accuracy by the Good Housekeeping Health Watch team of health professionals. All prices are correct at time of going to press. GET IN TOUCH WITH US! We aim to correct significant inaccuracies in the next available issue. Email us at goodh.mail@hearst.co.uk…

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

Q What changes have you made for the better? A I have learned how to make jam and ice cream, and I’ve taken up sewing again. I have also embedded meditation and mindfulness into my everyday routine to keep me occupied and remain positive while shielding. CHERYL STRATTON I decided to be content and thankful for the body and the appearance I have. I’m making the best of what is me and I’m no longer making comparisons. It is so liberating! MELANIE HUNTER I’ve been lowering my expectations. I became so focused on efficiently ticking off a checklist of things every day that I had no time to enjoy any of them. So now, when my husband and I collapse into a comfortable chair at the end of a day and see an untidy room,…

1 min.
good ideas for october


12 min.
as a parent, when do you ever stop learning?’

The children’s counselling service Childline has been described by its founder, Dame Esther Rantzen, as ‘the fourth emergency service’, and during the recent months of lockdown, and with many schools closed, its services, which support vulnerable youngsters and those in danger, have become more important than ever before. Thousands of children have been contacting the organisation every week for help and advice, often with nowhere else to turn. Nobody is more aware of the amazing work that is being done than Sophie, The Countess of Wessex, who is patron of Childline and also of its parent organisation the NSPCC, a role that she took over from Her Majesty The Queen, in 2016, when the monarch turned 90. The Countess is very involved with the charity, and in the past has not been…

4 min.
autumn… bring it on!

ROSE TINTED Perennially chic and infinitely wearable, the shirt dress is a true classic that no woman’s wardrobe should be without. It’s super flattering, yes, but it also boasts the kind of wear-with-anything appeal that makes it a year-round essential. This season, how about a fine needle cord version in a soft shade of rose? All you need is a poloneck for layering, knee-high boots and a knitted beret (plus a dog, if you have one to hand). SUITS YOU Suiting takes a more relaxed approach this season with elegant styles that make day-to-day dressing a breeze. The best thing about the slouchy suit is its versatility, and accessorising well will totally transform the overall effect. Preppy sleeveless knits and classic loafers shout ‘back to school style’, or team with a simple poloneck…