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Good Housekeeping UK

November 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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we’re stronger than we know…

As we go to press and I read the final pages of this issue, it strikes me just how resilient, imaginative and inventive you, the Good Housekeeping audience, are. For We All Have The Power To Reinvent (page 56), we interviewed four readers who changed their lives to put themselves on a better footing and now feel happier and more fulfilled. Each of them relied on nothing more than their inner strength and creativity to bring about change. The same is true for Karen Davis, who writes inspirationally on how she came up with the concept of a transformative power decade (page 66). Enjoying reinvention is something many of you talked to us about when we did research with you earlier this year. Gone are the old pathways through life and…

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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF GABY HUDDART EXECUTIVE EDITOR TERRY BARBROOK EXECUTIVE EDITOR (DIGITAL) SIMON SWIFT EDITORIAL ENQUIRIES 020 7312 3875 GROUP EDITORIAL PRODUCTION Workflow Director Carly Levy Group Managing Editor Ingrid Eames Group Chief Sub-Editor Clay Johnson Chief Sub-Editor Gwen Mostyn Deputy Chief Sub-Editors Vicky Deacon, Francesca Cary, Callie Green, Danielle Woodward Senior Sub-Editor Joe Bentley Sub-Editor Charlotte Page ART Creative Director Jacqueline Hampsey Deputy Art Director Tom Shone Group Art Editor Lisa Collins Senior Designers Abby Laing, Monika Chatterton Designers Jade Stephens, Lindi Craddock, Sophie Burgham PICTURES 020 7439 5270 Group Picture Director Laura Beckwith Picture Researcher Jodie Shepherd Picture Assistant Jessica Marsh ENTERTAINMENT 020 7312 4102 Celebrity Director Nathalie Whittle Entertainment Director Jen Crothers FEATURES 020 7439 5131 Features Director & Special Projects Editor Jackie Brown Commissioning Editor Ella Dove Features Writers Arielle Tchiprout, Anna Bonet Features Intern Bethan Rose Jenkins HEALTH 020 7439 5263 Group Health Director Julie Powell COOKERY 020 7312 5238 Cookery Director Meike Beck Cookery Editor Emma Franklin Cookery Writer Alice…

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Q. What would be number one on your bucket list? A. Watching wildlife, feeling the heat on my skin as the sun sets on a South African game reserve. ANNE GRANGER A helicopter ride over the Grand Canyon. We got married in Las Vegas on Christmas Eve 1999 so will soon celebrate our 20th anniversary. It would be the perfect treat with our three boys to show them where it all started. NATALIE BAYFORD Reaching the top of Table Mountain in South Africa. I have cystic fibrosis and, in 2010, I had a double lung transplant. To stand on Table Mountain and feel the warm air in my new lungs would be the ultimate achievement. ANGHARAD MORGAN Taking my whole family to Singapore. I spent five wonderful years working there, experiencing a very multicultural way of life.…

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good ideas for november

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‘i love a surprise, and i love a party’

Fiona Bruce has been a constant in Britain’s homes for more than 30 years. She switches with ease from her serious and authoritative news presenting to the comforting warmth and joy we know and love on Antiques Roadshow. In January 2019, she became the first female presenter of BBC’s Question Time. During the months since, she’s aced it, and is helping the programme celebrate its 40th anniversary. In person, she’s warm, funny and thoughtful with a hearty, excitable laugh – sharing jokes about her baking disasters (‘I’m a terrible cook!’ she exclaims), and how the thought of wearing make-up and smart clothing on the weekends fills her with dread. ‘When I’m not working, I like to put zero thought into it. I’m absolutely not bothered.’ At home, Fiona lives with husband…

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the new ways to wear tailoring

ADD A LADYLIKE TWIST Dip your toe into tailoring by taking a main component – in this case, pinstripes – and using it in a feminine way. Choose a figure-hugging pinstripe skirt and team with a soft knit with sheer striped sleeves for a look that’s ideal for work or dinner. Add heels and you’ll look the business. KEEP IT CASUAL Wide-legged trousers in oversized checks might not immediately shout ‘office appropriate’, but wear them in a smart monochrome colour palette and you’ll be surprised at how work-ready they are. Add a high-neck silk blouse with delicate ruffle detail and a pair of studded loafers – this season’s hero flats – and you’ll be casually cool but seriously stylish. PLAY WITH COLOUR Never underestimate the power of a bold shade; just one solid hit is…

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