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Good Housekeeping UK

Good Housekeeping UK June 2019

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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find your feelgood factor

As we go to press, many of us at GH are busy training for the MoonWalk in London (11 May), in a bid to raise funds for breast cancer charity Walk The Walk. Now, a marathon-distance walk at night might not be everyone’s idea of fun, but the thought of it makes my heart sing! You see, walking with friends is one of my favourite pastimes – it’s a great way to get out in the fresh air while keeping fit. Best of all, it costs nothing. Some of the greatest things in life really are free! In the magazine this month, a few famous faces share their simple pleasures with us, some of which might just surprise you. Kate Garraway finds joy spending time immersed in nature (aka forest bathing),…

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worth sharing write, email, facebook or tweet

Q. What’s the best thing in your life that money can’t buy? A. A family get-together and all the hugs, chat and laughter involved. That’s one of the best things in life! LINDA CLAYTON Spending time with my friends. Michelle Carter The feeling I have when I am dancing to my favourite music. Christine Herrington My son phones me from 500 miles away, where he is at university, and tells me all about the ancient philosophers he’s been researching and my heart swells to listen to him make his articulate arguments. And I think back to when I was a single mum working full time and doing my degree, and I have brought up this clever, kind, young man. You can’t buy that feeling anywhere. Sandra Phinbow Saturday morning cuddles in bed with my baby daughter. It’s a time…

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good ideas for june


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‘i’m happy to kick up a storm!’

Clare Balding seems surprised that she looks so good in a jumpsuit, and takes some convincing that it really works for her. But once she sees herself on the photographer’s screen, she finally agrees she ‘doesn’t look too bad’. Charming and self-deprecating, Clare is here for her first big interview in more than a year. She’s been finishing her third children’s book, The Racehorse Who Learned To Dance, which is out next month. Horse riding is in Clare’s blood. She was an amateur jockey before switching to broadcasting and her father trained the Queen’s racehorses. Now 48, she is known for her unrivalled knowledge and presenting skills when it comes to big sporting events, such as the Olympics and Wimbledon. She lives in west London with her wife, radio presenter Alice…

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in full bloom

My fair lady Polka dots never date, so this dress will see you through this summer’s social whirlwind and many more beyond. Delicate and lightweight, it will fall effortlessly over any frame, and adding a ribbon will cinch you in and create a defined waist. Accessories in complementary colours, such as this hat with a terracotta ribbon, will make sure you stand out from the crowd, whether at Ascot or a wedding reception. All for one Jumpsuits were all over the spring/summer catwalks, so now’s the time to go for one. Adorned with a floral print and embroidered panels, this will make a statement at any occasion. It’s practical, too, as the sleeveless design will keep you cool while wide legs flatter any shape. Throw on a blazer in case the weather takes…

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festival fashion

TIP A good summer hat is essential for warding off sunstroke and adding oomph to your outfit. TIP Worn on their own or layered, Bretons are your festival saviours. COME RAIN OR SHINE You may face all four seasons in one day, so keep wellies, hat, brolly and sunnies at the ready. Practical dressing can still be glam. Mixing pretty with practical, such as a sturdy jacket with a skirt, is how to do modern festival dressing. TIP Belted bags are great for keeping essentials handy and safe. TIP Trodden-on tootsies, mud, Portaloos… whatever the outdoor event has in store, opt for closed-toe shoes! DO COLOURED DENIM Jeans are an off-duty staple, but instead of reaching for your trusty blue hue, try a pretty pastel. And you need to be hands-free at a festival, so wear an…