Home Tags Mag articles

Tag: mag articles

YOU’s resident astrologer Sally Brompton reveals your horoscope for 13th-19th July 2020. So, what does the week have in store? SCORPIO 24 Oct-22 Nov The Sun in Cancer clears your mind and boosts your energy so you can think straight and act instantly on a decision. But as the Sun is now opposed by Jupiter and...
Missoma
Stack and layer your heart out with fashion director Shelly Vella’s guide to the coolest brands doing ‘demi-fine’ jewellery – luxe pieces that look like they will break the bank... but won’t! Ever snapped up an on-trend ring from the high street only to find that it leaves your finger with...
complexion boosters and highlighters
Trust me, you’re going to love these complexion boosters and highlighters as much as I do. I’m always careful on these pages to write about products – both new and old – that I think really deserve your attention. But among these I have my own ultimate favourites and the new Victoria Beckham by Augustinus Bader Cell Rejuvenating Priming Moisturizer...
I ran into a friend the other day. Not literally, of course, because maintaining social distancing means that such a concept is now consigned to history. What actually happened was that I saw her on the street, immediately wanted to hug her, had to restrain myself, and then stood awkwardly a metre away not knowing...
Eat your way to a better brain
Green tea in your pasta water? Cinnamon in your coffee? These simple food hacks can do wonders for your brain, says psychologist and former Great British Bake Off finalist Kimberley Wilson. 'I have always loved food – I’m just hungry!’ laughs psychologist Kimberley Wilson. ‘My mum had a big collection of cookbooks, and...
Liz Jones's Diary home
Over the past few months, like everyone, I’ve been staying at home – apart from walking my dogs and looking after my horses. And I’ve been going nuts. I keep insanity at bay by surfing OnTheMarket and Rightmove, trying to find the perfect property – somewhere I might be safe. So I thought this week I’d document...
how to be fearless
Fashion designer Tabitha Webb has always lived life on the edge, and bounced back from multiple setbacks, failures and even bankruptcy. Here’s why she still believes passionately that taking the big risks in life is her secret to happiness. I’ve always been a risk taker. When I was 19 I...
Mollie and mum Jane
She’s scaled the world’s highest mountain – from both sides – and is the youngest woman to trek to the South Pole solo. But adventurer Mollie Hughes insists it’s her mum Jane who is the brave one. Mollie’s story Mollie Hughes, 30, is a mountaineer and motivational speaker. She lives in...
editor's letter
Many years ago, I found myself having dinner with a friend at what I would call the ‘toddler hour’ – 5.30pm. She wanted to meet but she also now had to prepare for a huge meeting very early the next morning. Rather than cancel our plans – as I probably would have...
It’s a small world, isn’t it? There’s a virus outbreak nearly 6,000 miles away and I am now unable to go on a date with a new man. I had planned to meet P from Westcliff for lunch at my local country house hotel. I’ve just looked at the...

DON'T MISS