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Good Housekeeping UK January 17

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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1 min.
tried & tested

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…

3 min.

Forget the to-do list... Here’s my Ta Da list! There has never been an issue of Good Housekeeping that hasn’t taught me something new. And this month’s issue is no exception. In fact, there are a few game-changing ideas in this New Year magazine that I fully expect to change my life. It’s less a to-do list… more a Ta Da list! ★ To begin with, I’m ditching my handbag. If it’s good enough for fashion mag legend Lorraine Candy, it’s good enough for me. In her feature this month, Lorraine reveals how abandoning her designer bags means she can leave the house unencumbered by something that weighs as much as a small dog. ★ I’ll seek out opportunities to be kinder, just like novelist Marian Keyes. I’m already looking forward to the…

2 min.
worth sharing

THIS MONTH WE ASKED WHAT YOU’RE DETERMINED TO DO IN THE COMING YEAR Q. In 2017, I will finally… A. Make a quilt for my daughter. She was two years old when I cut out all the pieces of fabric for it and she’s now five. It’s time! NANCY HORTON Declutter and only keep what is important to me. I’ll hold on to my partner and laptop and I’ll toss out those old clothes and vinyl records. ASTRID CLARKE Swim a mile to raise money for a local charity. I want my daughter to be proud of her mum. KATIE WILSON Finally do that skydive! JANIE STORER Exercise more. I vowed to do this by the time I was 40, then 50, and in June I’ll be 60. So 2017 is the year. CHRISTINE BARNES Let my creativity flow out. I wonder what it will…

13 min.
christmas is going to be extra special this year

As national treasures go, Jamie Oliver is something of a legend even by GH standards. He is the only man to have appeared on the front of our magazine four times – an accomplishment the 41 year old doesn’t take lightly. He’s a busy man – there’s a new book and TV series to promote, another book and series in 2017, his restaurants, the Jamie Oliver empire, and the small matter of his fifth child, son River Rocket Oliver, born in August, but Jamie makes all his juggling seem a total breeze. At the GH photoshoot, he is full of his trademark laid-back charm, with hugs and kisses for everyone. And as we created our cover picture, he revealed his tips for party entertaining, how he really feels about ageing,…

12 min.
good housekeeping celebrates our women of the year

THE LAST TIME THERESA MAY CAME TO THE WOMEN OF THE YEAR LUNCH AND AWARDS, she was the Home Secretary. This time, she strode into the event as Britain’s second female Prime Minister. ‘It just goes to show that if you come to this lunch, you can end up doing well,’ joked the event’s presenter, Sandi Toksvig. ‘There are lots of busy people here, and I think we know who is the busiest.’ Mrs May was there to present a special award to all the families of the 96 victims who died as a result of the Hillsborough tragedy. There were emotional scenes as she presented the award to Margaret Aspinall of the Hillsborough Family Support Group. It was just one of the powerful moments at this extraordinary Lunch, which was first held…

16 min.
2017 our fresh start

‘I can hear my husband saying: good for you’ When her husband died, LESLEY BROWN found the inner strength to carve out a new life On my wedding anniversary a few months ago, I walked eight miles to the beautiful spot where I’d scattered my husband’s ashes. As I took in the stunning views and relished the tranquillity, I told Keith what I had been up to – how I’d resigned from my job and bought a new puppy. I could almost hear him saying, ‘Good for you, Lesley’. Having shared my life with Keith for 35 years, it’s been incredibly hard coming to terms with being on my own, especially as he died so unexpectedly. Keith was my first proper boyfriend and I was 19 when we married. A few years later, we…