Woman & Home

Woman & Home September 2019

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Published by TI Media Limited Woman & home is the UK’s number-one monthly magazine aimed at women aged 35+. Including best beauty advice, fabulous wearable fashion trends, delicious recipes, in-depth health and wellbeing advice, latest looks for the home, plus insightful interviews with celebrities and real women who have achieved remarkable things, W &H’s pages are bursting with irresistible inspiration. And there are also short stories, travel ideas, exclusive offers, competitions and much more besides! With a raft of top writers and stunning photography, W &H is gorgeous, glossy package.

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why our carers need care too

‘There is an invisible army of carers who deserve recognition and support’ There are so many emotional moments when I’m editing a magazine and it’s what makes the job so incredibly fulfilling. At woman&home we have the capacity to be able to shine a light on so many subjects, from uplifting life-affirming features, to stories about women like you who inspire us every day. However, this issue, one of the articles that really resonated with me is Who’s caring for the carers? on page 118. This piece is especially close to my heart because last year, my grandma, who had been suffering with dementia for many years, passed away aged 85. My mum cared for her mother for five years because she didn’t want to put her in a home. But caring night…

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meet our contributors

Author STEPHANIE CALMAN’s bestselling books include Confessions of a Bad Mother, and she created hit Channel 4 comedy Dressing for Breakfast. She writes about parenting on p54. What’s your favourite UK beauty spot? The view above the village of Wye, Kent. It has a hand-operated level crossing, a pub on a river, and – opposite where my mother lived until she died – a village green. My husband Peter and I were married in the church, 25 years ago. JESS WOOD is fashion features director at marie claire. Her monthly column, Thinking Fashion, explores ways to dress more sustainably. Of all her fashion loves – and there are a lot – OTT jewellery has first place in her heart. She writes about fashion’s influential icons on p38. What’s your favourite UK beauty spot? Kington in…

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join the conversation!

DITCHING DRINKING I had to write in to applaud the article Is it OK to get drunk over 40? (July 2019). Having been a daily wine drinker to ‘de-stress’ after a long day at work, I realised that it was tipping over into dependency. So after doing Dry January, I kept going and stayed off alcohol altogether. Six months on, my work colleagues often comment about how bright and happy I look. And I am! Karen Taylor VIEW FROM THE ‘OTHER WOMAN’ I read with interest the article by Allison Pearson (June 2019), who says, ‘I know women who have given up on getting what they need from their husbands as they withdraw into their sheds’. But does anyone ask why the men have withdrawn into their sheds? I have been the ‘other woman’…

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we asked

SHE SAID IT: ‘For beautiful eyes, look for the good in others; for beautiful lips, speak only words of kindness; and for poise, walk with the knowledge that you are never alone’ Audrey Hepburn, one of our style icons in The women who changed fashion on p38 WHAT YOU TOLD US… After my daughter heard me making up stories to entertain my grandchildren, I took the plunge and have just celebrated the launch of my first children’s publication – and I’m over the moon. Carole Bas ✢ Congratulations Carole. For more inspiration, read Guess what I did! on p48, and let us know if you’ve notched up an achievement you’re proud of womanandhome…

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‘i’m more confident now than 20 years ago’

There’s no stopping Sara Cox – she’s been working since her teens, when she was scouted as a model after finishing her A levels – and still shows no signs of slowing down. Sara’s been part of BBC Radio since the late 1990s, and is now a popular household name. She tells us, ‘I can’t see myself doing any other kind of radio if I’m honest. I feel like Radio 1 hatched me and nurtured me and now I’ve spread my wings.’ Sara, 44, now hosts the Drivetime spot on Radio 2 from 5pm until 7pm every week night, a new job she landed late last year. However at the time, the only headlines were about who was going to take over from Chris Evans on the breakfast show. It was…

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ask me anything…

What are you most terrified of? Heights, although I did walk over The O2 Arena recently! You’re high up, but there are no sheer drops so it wasn’t too bad. Who is your ultimate power woman? Davina McCall. What you see is what you get with her. I admire her, she’s really smart and brilliant at what she does. What’s your biggest achievement? Getting the Radio 2 teatime slot – I still pinch myself every day. What’s your guilty pleasure? I like playing The Feeling on the radio. There’ll be some tunes I play that I secretly love.…