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Woman's Weekly

Woman's Weekly


Published by TI Media Limited Loved and trusted in equal measure, Woman's Weekly has been the market-leading womens weekly magazine since it was launched 100 years ago.Packed full of inspiring, helpful and useful ideas and information for women who are the heart of their homes and families, it offers a unique mix of practical, compelling and up-to-the minute content.

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Kick back and relax While we all try to get back to some form of ‘normal’, here at Woman’s Weekly, we thought we’d suggest some different ways to de-stress after what has been a very unsettling time for all of us. From page 18, we show you how to get your glow back, with some fabulous skincare treats from just £6. Did you know worrying can become a health condition itself? Our experts address the seven practical things you can do to offset anxiety from page 12. For me, the easiest way to instant calm is to breathe deeply and surround myself with scent, like the room diffusers I’ve picked below. They last for ages and always lift my mood!…

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Dreaming spire With many of us dreaming of escaping to fabulous locations, it’s no surprise to find thousands are looking online at European landmarks*. Top of them is the Eiffel Tower in Paris. This historic landmark provides views over the French capital and has had an average of 135,000 monthly searches by Brits on Google during lockdown, closely followed by Notre Dame, Paris, and the Colosseum, Rome. Overall, French and Italian landmarks are most popular, with 11 of the top 15 most-searched for landmarks being located in these countries. PERFECT PETS Picking the perfect name for your pet is never easy, so it’s perhaps surprising that so many Brits end up steering towards the same names**. Bella is not only the top choice for dogs, but also the nation’s second favourite name for…

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List lover I have to confess that, like Gabrielle Mullarkey [16 June], I am a compulsive list maker. I have a list for every possible subject, I have dreams and ideas of founding a self-help ‘list makers anonymous’ club. But it needs more thinking about so I’ll put it on my ‘to do’ list. Elizabeth Saxon, Victoria, Australia Look what I made I thought I would send a picture of my llama, which I made from a pattern in WW [4 February]. It was quite a challenge but I am so pleased with the results! Karen Feighan, Gloucester Paws for thought My cat Zorro loves his daily walk – and if that’s not strange enough, all the other local cats now join us! Hello to my mum Mary, an avid WW reader, who will be delighted to…

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letter of the week

DIAMOND WEDDING WISHES Congratulations to my parents, Marilyn and Tom, who are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary this week on 6 August. They met at Merrist Wood Agricultural College in Surrey in 1955 and spent all their married life on the family farm – they are still farming today. They both enjoy reading Woman’s Weekly, especially the health articles. Once they’ve done the puzzles, they pass it on to me! All the family wishes them lots of love on their special day. Jackie Piggott, Fareham, Hampshire…

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what you’re wearing

EUNICE BATES, 53 Tell us about your look I bought this dress in Monsoon a couple of years ago. It’s colourful and brightens my mood, the fabric is soft and airy, plus it works well with any accessories! On a hot, humid day an easy dress that you can throw on without any zip to fuss with is just perfect! And the best bit of your body? My pear-shaped figure. DEBS CAMPBELL, 54 Tell us about your look This polka dot maxi was bought online from Dorothy Perkins. I follow an online blogger and it was one of her top buys. She tries everything on and is very honest – she shops on the high street so everything is affordable. My sandals are from ASOS and were inspired by my daughter. And the best bit of your body? My…

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you wore it well

Angela Sutton, 1973 My husband and I married in the chapel at Bath University. My wedding dress was bought for £14 in a little shop in Union Street, Bristol. It came with a ‘modesty slip’ to cover the cleavage, which I didn’t use. ✣ We’d love to see how great you looked in any era up to and including the 1980s. Please send a good-quality photo with your name, address and daytime phone number clearly written on the back, to: Fashion Dept, Woman’s Weekly, 161 Marsh Wall, London E14 9AP. Photos will be returned.…