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Good Housekeeping UK

Good Housekeeping UK June 2017

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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3 min.
learning the things worth knowing

Good Housekeeping’s Editor, Lindsay, on what she’s thinking right now… One of the (many) many joys of working at Good Housekeeping is the instant access to all our wonderful experts. If I need a supper idea, our hard-working Cookery Team has hundreds… And usually a few tempting morsels for me to taste, as well. Want to know which washing machine to buy? Our team of trained testers, working in the purpose-built Good Housekeeping Institute, has put all the latest models through their paces. Need to know how to get past the automated menu at the Call Centre? Consumer Director Caroline Bloor knows how to strike terror into the heart of the iciest bureaucrat. And this skill and expertise is all there for you, too. Every month in the magazine, and every…

2 min.
worth sharing

THIS MONTH, WE ASKED YOU TO SHARE A SURPRISING MOMENT Q. How did you last surprise yourself? A. After 25 years of never being on a bicycle, I bought one on a whim and cycled 12km without stopping. Even more surprisingly, I’ve been cycling every Saturday since! PILLAY ROSELIN I went for a glass-blowing lesson and created a beautiful big bauble. HELEN BRISCOE I took a trip to Paris alone and was surprised by my own independence. I ate alone, spoke to strangers using the little French I know and shopped until my feet hurt. JACQUELINE ROGERS My husband and I decided to move to the country and it surprised us both that it’s become our forever home. LISA GORDON I finally allowed a stranger to read the novel I wrote. I can’t speak for all writers, but the thought…

2 min.
who’s inspiring us in june?

CAROLINE HIRONS How does a BEAUTY EXPERT approach the art of looking great? That’s the question we put to the professionals this month, including the brand consultant, designer of facials and SUPERSTAR BLOGGER, Caroline Hirons. Visit carolinehirons.com for more of her FAVOURITE PRODUCTS and sage advice. Erin Kelly As a thriller writer, and the pen behind the novelisation of ITV’s hit BROADCHURCH series, Erin imagined her own life would be perfect… at least when she moved into the home she always wanted. In FINDING HAPPINESS ON MY DOORSTEP, she explains why she gave up the dream and learnt to love the reality. Her latest novel, the psychological tale He Said/She Said, is out now. Ade Edmondson FUNNY MAN, musician, writer, TV personality and… dad. This month, Ade explains why BEING A FATHER means so much…

7 min.
‘i’ve learnt not to worry what people think’

The minute she strides into the GH shoot, Davina McCall fills the studio with positivity. She radiates a golden glow of health and happiness, and is exactly the warm, friendly person she appears to be on TV. With big hugs for everyone, the presenter is vivacious, with a contagious enthusiasm for life. With a milestone birthday later this year, Davina is in reflective mood. Growing up was challenging – her parents broke up when she was four and she lived with her grandmother as her own mother struggled with alcoholism. In her early 20s, Davina battled drug addiction before going into recovery. Remarkably she turned it all round and life now revolves around her husband, Matthew Robertson, and their children, Holly, Tilly and Chester. She’s also become well known for her physical…

1 min.
celebrating 25 years on tv

▪After a string of jobs, including working as a male model booker, Davina got her big TV break in 1992 with an MTV show. ▪ By 1998 Davina was presenting the successful reality dating programme, Streetmate, on Channel 4. ▪ Before The X Factor and The Voice we had Popstars, which Davina hosted in 2001. ▪ In 2000, Davina anchored the new Channel 4 reality show Big Brother. Her down-to-earth interview style made her synonymous with the show, and she hosted Big Brother andCelebrity Big Brother until 2010. ▪ Fronting The Biggest Loser tapped into her rise as a fitness queen. Davina’s bestselling exercise DVDs led to her writing her own healthy cookbooks. ▪ Alongside former DJ Nicky Campbell, she co-hosts the BAFTA award-winningLong Lost Family, reuniting relatives who had been separated for many years.…

8 min.
we did something different

We felt like teenagers on a road trip ‘Normal life was a world away, and it felt wonderful’ With more time to herself,Georgia Halldecided to do something that made her feel youthful again Dancing beneath a starry sky in my long, pink Summer dress, I felt carefree and happy. As Chrissie Hynde belted out her biggest hits to the crowd, I threw my hands in the air. Here I was, on a balmy Summer evening, at my first-ever music festival. It might have been decades since I was teenager, but in that moment I felt a sense of euphoria that took me right back to those days. When I was busy juggling marriage, children and work, music festivals simply weren’t on my radar. But my life changed entirely three years ago when my marriage…