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29 Celebrity Pixie Cuts to Inspire Your Next Style

From the iconic 'Rosemary's Baby' pixie to the shaggy "bixie."


I knew I had to give up drinking when my daughter asked ‘why is mummy behaving so strangely?’

I’m pretty sure I gravitated towards a career in advertising because of the heavy drinking lifestyle, although I now think that whatever industry I’d found myself in, I’d have been a drinker, because alcohol gave me the social confidence I lacked. My first foray was trying cider when I was 15 and drinking with my then-boyfriend who was older than m...


Voices: Working-class men like Steve Wright don’t go to the doctor – and that’s exactly the problem...

Working-class men like Steve Wright don’t go to the doctor – and that’s exactly the problem... - Wright’s brother Laurence said that the legendary DJ was too ‘stoic’ to seek medical help. It’s an attitude that’s all too common – and can have tragic results


Best plus size dresses to wear for all occasions

Best plus size dresses to wear for all occasions - From minis and midis to maxi dresses in all the styles under the sun, our edit of the plus size dresses for every event in your diary


Why I live in Wandsworth: baker Ruby Bhogal on the dog-friendly 'village' that has it all

Why I live in Wandsworth: baker Ruby Bhogal on the dog-friendly 'village' that has it all - The baker, author and GBBO alumna was so taken with Wandsworth she persuaded her best friend to move there too


'I'm 45, and this 12-week exercise programme changed my body (and life!)'

'I love being able to see what my body could do'


The nine health benefits of regular strength training

Want to lose belly fat, sharpen your memory and stay supple into old age? Grab some dumbbells – strength training is the best workout to age-proof your body and brain, according to the latest science. It’s not about having a six-pack or looking lean and toned (though that’s a bonus) – building more muscle is seriously good for your health. “Strengt...


How many litres of water should you drink a day?

Spoiler alert: It's more than you think...


The Parent Trap: 'Moving out of London to live near grandparents saves us £150 a week on childcare'

The Parent Trap: 'Moving out of London to live near grandparents saves us £150 a week on childcare' - Spiralling nursery fees and mortgage rates are prompting young families to move closer to the in-laws


‘Nobody’s hurrying – not like London’: How Britain’s ‘blue zone’ helps you live to 86

Carving through the lush Devonian lanes from Totnes to Salcombe, via Halwell, Kingsbridge and Marlborough, there doesn’t immediately seem much the South Hams has in common with the Nicoya Peninsula of Costa Rica, or the Nuoro Province in Sardinia, and definitely not Japan’s Okinawa Prefecture. Admittedly, they are all fairly idyllic, photogenic pla...


The health risks of being a skinny old person – and how to stay strong

Like so many fitness influencers, Rosemary Mallace runs strength-based classes on YouTube. Unlike so many fitness influencers, she is 73. She’s just starting to add fell running and tap dancing to her exercise regime. “I’m trying to think of something that I can’t do that I used to be able to do and I can’t think of anything.” It seems the Miss Mar...


Maya Jama on her skincare routine, social media habits and nurturing friendships

The Love Island presenter spills on her wellness regime


How to style your home like a professional

How to style your home like a professional - From mood boards to triangle formation, a top interior stylist shares her insider tips. By Sam Wylie-Harris.


All I wanted from a babymoon was peace and good food and this UK destination delivered


‘It probably saved my life’: How a low-carb diet can help with type 2 diabetes

‘It probably saved my life’: How a low-carb diet can help with type 2 diabetes - After he was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, Giancarlo and his wife Katie went on a journey to discover the low-carb diet that would eventually put him in remission


27 Iconic J.Lo Street Style Outfits

The icon has blessed us with fashion moments aplenty (not to mention, his-and-hers style).


"I never worked out - now, at 46, I'm in my best shape ever and proof that it's never too late to find your fitness"

Lavina Mehta MBE built a body for life later in life - and reckons you can, too.


Can a 9pm bedtime cure me of my constant exhaustion?

New research found a third of people in the UK are not happy with their quality and quantity of sleep


Self-care ideas needn't be complicated: 35 totally free things you can do from home

Looking after yourself never looked so easy.


Body clock could determine best time for blood pressure medication, study shows

Body clock could determine best time for blood pressure medication, study shows - Research has revealed a person’s chronotype – the time they wake up and go to sleep – can impact how they interact with their medication.


8 Scandi-inspired small bathroom ideas

See our fave Scandi-inspired small bathroom ideas from neutral color palettes to accessorizing with plants. Find advice from design experts to get the look.


Over a quarter of people are breaking this important coffee rule


'I ditched my dull-9-5 job - now I earn £3k a month travelling the world working on a cruise ship'

Jack Nolan said his job as a plumber didn't 'feed his soul' - so he now travels the world working on a cruise ship. He's since been to 40 countries - including the likes of Canada, Jamaica and New Zealand


Ever wondered how many calories you should eat daily? Presenting your personalised formula

It's surprisingly simple


'It feels like home': The Victorian house renovation bringing a sense of Sri Lanka to Peckham

'It feels like home': The Victorian house renovation bringing a sense of Sri Lanka to Peckham - A sense of connection with his native Sri Lanka was the unusual brief from tech entrepreneur Puli Liyanagama for his Victorian house in south London


Simple steps to lower your risk of having a fall as you get older

Simple steps to lower your risk of having a fall as you get older - The key is to knowing your limits


Foods that slow brain aging and how to incorporate them in your diet

A new study has shown that specific nutrients, similar to those found in the Mediterranean diet, can play a crucial role in slowing brain aging, according to Healthline. Foods that slow brain aging Scientists have found that fatty fish should be included in your diet. "Fatty fish, like salmon, mackerel, sardines, and trout, are rich in omega-3 fatt...


How to master grown-up festival dressing

Denim hotpants? Fringe jackets? Absolutely not! This is Good Housekeeping's ultimate festival fashion guide for grown-ups


6 thoughts and actions that only amplify anxiety and worry

Not to worry and be nervous is absolutely normal, albeit very unpleasant. But sometimes anxiety and concern can be so toxic that it hinders one's ability to carry on with daily activities. Our habits and thoughts can exacerbate the situation. Huffpost shares habits that intensify our anxiety and worry. Black-and-white thinking It is also known as "...


How your choice of shoes reveals where in the UK you live

It’s often said that you can tell a lot about a person from their shoes. There’s some truth to this: we get indications of the kind of work they do – or don’t; lifestyle; music tastes; whether they subscribe to passing trends, are indifferent, or even consider themselves above it all. Your choice of footwear can also reveal which part of the UK you...


Self-care: why looking after No 1 isn’t always best for your wellbeing

Like many people, I find that stress transforms me into a nasty combination of Oscar the Grouch and Scrooge McDuck. The more pressure I am under, the more irritable I feel – and the less generous I become. I partly blame our culture. I’ve read enough wellness advice to know that I need to prioritise my own needs over other people’s. And so, when I feel under pressure, I have often made it a habit to practise small indulgences aimed at restoring...


More people make 'no-buy year' pledges as overspending or climate worries catch up with them

NEW YORK (AP) — A 35-year-old Brooklyn resident gave up buying new clothes. A 22-year old in San Diego swore off retail therapy at Target. A 26-year old in England banned carbonated drinks from her shopping list. These three women, who don’t know each other, all started the year resolving to spend money only on necessary purchases, or what is popularly known as engaging in a no-buy challenge. The self-imposed rules of the challenge are simple:...


Is spicy food good for you?

Whether it’s the hottest chilli, a full-flavoured curry or warming cinnamon, find out how spicy food affects the body, and the health benefits it can bring you


I went solo travelling in my 60s - here's what it taught me

Eager to discover the real Italy, Lorna Jackson, 72, went on a three-month solo exploration. Speaking to GH, she shares the life lessons that she returned home with.


The year of the bucket list lifestyle: why young professionals don’t want to wait for adventure

The year of the bucket list lifestyle: why young professionals don’t want to wait for adventure - IN FOCUS : Who wants to rent a damp overpriced room in a houseshare when you could be working out of a campervan in-between climbing mountains? Ellie Muir investigates how the rise of digital nomadism has spawned one of the year’s biggest predicted lifestyle trends


‘At 63 I’m ditching Cornwall for London to pursue a better quality of life’

When the sun shines, Elizabeth Berman enjoys the view of the River Camel estuary from the deck of her infinity pool, or swims in the bracing Celtic Sea. When the wind howls in the chimney, she curls up by the open fire, re-reading Daphne du Maurier’s classic Cornish novel, Jamaica Inn, with a G&T. It sounds idyllic, but this isn’t her retirement – ...


Understanding anxiety: Behaviors not to take personally

Sometimes, people experience anxiety sporadically. Typically, worry due to specific events or everyday concerns lasts briefly, from a few minutes to a few days. It's important to understand situations where getting upset with someone isn't necessary, as there are specific reasons for this, according to the "How are you?" psychological community on ...


A moment that changed me: I was divorced, broke and alone – but I turned my life around with a list

The silence in the flat was deafening. Having lost almost everything in my divorce, it was now just me in a basement studio flat with black mould. I had no TV, no sofa and the wifi wasn’t set up. I sat at a cheap folding table and made a list. Since my life was no longer going to be the way I had planned – marriage, kids, a dog, a late-Victorian terrace in a country town – I was going to try something else. I was going to do all the things on my...


Freedom, travel and taxes: Digital nomads reveal the best (and worst) aspects of their lifestyle

One of the best ways of getting information about becoming a digital nomad is by talking to those who have done it before.


How to organise your wardrobe like a professional – and save money in the process

With September comes the usual switchover of linen dresses and sandals for knits and boots, the summer holiday gear stored away for another year. It’s a routine with many benefits: “It’s good for the garments but also nice for you to be able to see all  your clothes properly,” says Frej Lewenhaupt, co-founder and CEO of Steamery, which specialises ...


Europe’s 10 coolest neighbourhoods – and how to see them like a local

It seems that everyone wants to “live like a local” on their city breaks these days. No, we don’t mean getting up at 7am for a crowded commute to the business district, sustaining yourself on Starbucks and overpriced sandwiches, and spending the evenings watching Netflix. We mean escaping the tourist trail to discover what really makes a city tick....


This is how to 'eat for abs' – according to two nutritionists

Sooooo... are abs really built in the kitchen?


The simple lifestyle changes that could cut the risk of irritable bowel syndrome

Simple everyday lifestyle changes could cut the risk of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), according to a new long-term study.


5 ways loneliness can negatively affect your health

5 ways loneliness can negatively affect your health - Sometimes you can also feel isolated when you’re around people.


14 things Brits living in the US miss most about the UK


I took collagen everyday for two months — here are 3 things that happened

After hearing a lot of good things, it was time for me to try collagen for myself


‘We live in the best house in the world’: five design experts on how to live better in small homes

Australia has some of the largest homes in the world. Many who do live small aspire to one day live big. But around the world, limited space is not always seen as a sacrifice. From Sweden, where the average size of an apartment is 68 sq metres, to Hong Kong’s micro flats as small as 18 sq metres, globally architects are used to getting creative with tight spaces – they must let as much light in and offer individuals and families the same...


Living in Faro, the Algarve: best areas, cost of living and advantages

Faro, the capital of Portugal's sunny Algarve region, attracts residents and tourists for its natural beauty, cultural heritage and enviable quality of life. This charming city, situated in the south of Portugal, offers a vibrant mix of tradition and modernity, making it a popular destination for those looking to live a quiet life by the sea.


Kaffe Fassett: ‘I grew up in Orson Welles’s log cabin but I’ve put down roots in London’

Kaffe Fassett MBE, 86, is an American-born British-based artist well known for his colourful designs in knitting, needlepoint and patchwork. He has designed knitwear for Missoni and his unique garments have been commissioned and collected by Barbra Streisand, Lauren Bacall, John Schlesinger, Ali MacGraw, Shirley MacLaine and H.R.H. Princess Michael...


I only started to feel like an adult at 40 - after I made one big lifestyle change

I resigned to cosplaying adulthood with side-eyes and sighs - hoping no-one noticed I was only pretending to be like them.