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Woman & Home

Woman & Home January 2020

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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meet our contributors

Iconic model INES DE LA FRESSANGE relaunched her own brand and boutique, Ines de la Fressange Paris. She is creative consultant for Roger Vivier and designs a line for Uniqlo. She also co-authored Maison: Parisian Chic at Home . She shares her style advice on page 66. What do you hope to achieve in 2020? To meditate for at least 15 minutes a day. I want to not stress, to reserve time for myself, get organised, learn how to refuse, avoid procrastinating and appreciate the present moment. SALLEY VICKERS is a best-selling novelist and former psychotherapist. She lives between London and Wiltshire, and has written a short story exclusively for w&h – see page 162. What do you hope to achieve in 2020? To learn to use a drill (I’m tired of asking men), clear…

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join the conversation!

DIVERSITY, PLEASE It would be great if woman&home could be less all-white biased, and show a wider variety of ethnicity. Not all your readers are white women. It is, otherwise, a really good magazine. Catherine, by email I absolutely agree with you on the need to reflect the mix of ethnicity in the UK. Hopefully you will begin to see changes from our February new-look issue, on sale in January. Catherine, Editor-in-Chief PLAIN SPEAKING I’m a Helen Mirren fan and say three cheers for her comment on sexuality: ‘There are many other interesting things to be driven by’. How true. But Helen, was it necessary to include the F-word during the interview? I’m still a fan though! Florence, by email IN LOVING MEMORY We had an emotional response from readers to Fiona Gibson’s article, My Last Days with Mum. It…

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our experts

✢ KAREN MATTISON MBE is a multi-award-winning entrepreneur, co-founder of consultancy timewise.co.uk and timewisejobs.co.uk ✢ GRAHAM ALLCOTT is author of How to be a Productivity Ninja (iconbooks.com), and founder of Think Productive. ✢ FEARNE COTTON is an author and TV presenter. Her bestselling book Happy (orionbooks.co.uk) includes advice from mental-health charity Mind; mind.org.uk ✢ LAURA WHATELEY is a consumer journalist for The Times and author of Money: A User’s Guide (4thestate.co.uk).…

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reset your life compass

An exciting new year is dawning and it’s the ideal time to run a health check on your life. Our experts are here to guide you through smart ways to maximise your time, relationships, finances and work, so you’ll arrive at the end of 2020 in an even better place. 1 Achieve more for less effort In the evolutionary scramble that has taken us from hunting woolly mammoths to juggling 101 things (while checking our phones and watching Netflix), we now risk burnout or losing our mojo altogether. Graham Allcott says by becoming a productivity ninja, we can focus on what really matters each day and reduce our stress levels. Zen-like calm is the first thing to master at ninja training school. To keep a clear head, recognise you can never get…

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dressed to impress

Ladies in red Traffic-stopping clothes have never looked so glam! Go all-out in a sequined two-piece from high street fave Zara – recently spotted on Claudia Winkleman. Too much? Wear separately – team the jacket with boyfriend jeans and the trousers with a cashmere knit to still look festive. Or swap your LBD for a little red dress instead, to ensure all eyes are on you! True blue Make it until midnight with these navy numbers. Shoulder pads are making a seasonal return and are great for balancing your bottom half. Embellished chiffon and all-over sequins always look expensive and need little else, so you can keep your accessories to a minimum. Party shoes don’t always mean sandals, so try swapping your stilettos for heeled boots – so much cooler and comfier. And…

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fabulous females of 2019

‘As I’ve got older, I feel more confident in my body, so wouldn’t want to tamper with it’Helen McCrory, actor Phoebe Waller-Bridge, actor, playwright and writer, 34 If ever there was a woman having a moment, it’s Fleabag creator Phoebe. After series two of the hit drama, the awards flooded in. She took BAFTA’s Los Angeles Britannia Award for British Artist of the Year and three Emmy awards. She can add writing the award-winning Killing Eve and consulting on the new James Bond film to her portfolio too. Suranne Jones, actor, 41 Starring as Anne Lister, the ‘first modern lesbian’, Suranne won new fans as six million viewers tuned in to watch period drama Gentleman Jack. She brought charisma to the real-life character of Anne, which saw the show being recommissioned just two episodes…