Good Housekeeping is the iconic homemaker’s manual, and includes everything the grown-up woman needs to know to stay healthy and happy in her home and life. With information, insight and advice on everything from family, relationships, fashion, food, the home, health and beauty, Good Housekeeping is a voice you can trust, written by domestic experts at the forefront of their subjects. Good Housekeeping also includes exclusive interviews with your favourite celebrity women.
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Good Housekeeping is one of the iconic Seven Sisters magazines: the series of magazines aimed at the domestic goddesses of America. Good Housekeeping magazine was brought to England in 1922, and celebrates and educates its readers on the now neglected household arts.
Good Housekeeping magazine brings you the “best of everything”, independently testing household and beauty products for quality and practicality, among other attributes, in the Good Housekeeping Research Institute. The products which pass Good Housekeeping magazine’s rigorous tests are then stamped with a Good Housekeeping seal of approval, and all carry a 2 year limited warranty. Only about 5000 products have been given the seal.
Good Housekeeping delivers information and advice on everything that’s important to the grown-up woman’s life: food, home, family, fashion, relationships, health and beauty, and includes easy and more challenging recipes, cooking tips, beauty and other product reviews, articles from doctors, makeovers, interviews with fellow domestic goddesses such as Nigella Lawson and Kirstie Allsopp, and all the things you never knew but needed to about saving money, glamming up your wardrobe, and getting a good night’s sleep, and a host of other subjects.
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