Anna Brech

Anna Brech is a freelance journalist and former editor for stylist.co.uk. Her six-year stint on the site saw her develop a vociferous appetite for live Analytics, feminist opinion and good-quality gin in roughly equal measure. She enjoys writing across all areas of women’s lifestyle content but has a soft spot for books and escapist travel content.

A bedtime routine

12 successful women share their feel-good bedtime routines

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  • Beauty

    Makeup artist Pat McGrath marks damehood honour with inspiring life advice

  • Celebrity

    Meghan and Harry launch compassion project with subtle tribute to Princess Diana

  • Life

    Belief, love, work: three pillars of a happy life to rethink in 2021

Latest Stories

Life

How the Marie Kondo method can fix your toxic relationship habits

Find out what you *really* value in life.

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People

Joe Wicks: I’ve learnt to say no to shirtless requests

The trainer used to feel pressure to go topless when he wasn't so well-known.

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Film

People are sharing their 2021 mood in hilarious film and TV gifs

This Twitter thread is everything.

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Life

Science of happy: 7 small daily habits proven to boost your mood

Get involved in these super-simple rituals to feel a little bit better.

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British bucket list: the UK’s top adventures for when we’re free to travel again

Dream up your next great homegrown escape.

Health

A “Green Wave” group of feminists just scored a huge victory for women in Argentina

Pro-choice campaigners hail a feminist breakthrough with the legalisation of abortion.

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TV

Black Narcissus episode 3: viewers are divided over the chilling finale

For some, it was atmospheric and gripping – and for others, an anticlimax.

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Podcasts

Here’s what people are saying about Meghan and Harry’s new podcast

“Archie’s voice at the end is everything.”

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TV

The Queen’s Gambit tells a vital story on the power of not giving up

Screenwriter Allan Scott spent 30 years trying to make the hit Netflix show.

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Books

A life less boozy: 5 inspiring quit lit reads for the sober curious

Raw, funny and moving memoirs from women who gave up alcohol.

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Mental Health

Selma Blair is here for us all with her honest words about crying at Christmas

It’s normal to feel shaky over the festive season – especially this year.

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Growth after trauma: why 2020 has created a bold new you

In a state of freefall, we develop crucial skills.

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Life

This Finnish word for getting drunk home alone is a whole 2020 mood

Finally, a word that captures our stay-at-home ambitions.

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Books

The top 10 reads bookworms start but rarely finish, for those in need of a challenge

Does your literary stamina stand the test of these unread titles?

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Life

7 go-to coping strategies for those facing a cancelled Christmas

Life advice for everything from loneliness to leftover food.

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TV

Ridley Road: the BBC’s new anti-fascist thriller set in swinging sixties London

A compelling drama about one woman's fight against neo-Nazism.

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Celebrity

Matilda De Angelis shares unfiltered acne photo in a vital message to women everywhere

“Our fears can paralyze us or they can become a great force.”

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TV

Gossip Girl and House Of The Dragon: a first look at HBO’s new must-watch shows

Featuring feminist superheroes, teen drama reboots, epic fantasies and more.

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Netflix and astrology: the top conversations for virtual dates this year

Research by the network app Bumble reveals our go-to dating chat.

Restaurants & Bars

Could “test and dine” be the future for eating out in restaurants?

To help the hard-hit hospitality sector get back on its feet.

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