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Our new podcast is here to save your work-from-home sanity

If you’re missing the snacking, procrastinating and banter of office life (who isn’t?), our brand new podcast, Working From Home with Stylist, is here for you. A companion to our growing Facebook community group, every Wednesday we’ll be providing you with the emotional and practical tools you need to work better from home – along with smart watercooler chat and celebrity voice notes to brighten your day.

In the first episode, which is live this morning, Stylist’s editor-in-chief Lisa Smosarski and editor-at-large Alix Walker unpack the rise of comparison culture, while productivity coach Graham Alcott explores how to work smart from your kitchen table, bedroom or sofa. Elsewhere, Stylist’s entertainment director Helen Bownass shares her thoughts on the best boxsets to binge during lockdown – and Years and Years star Ruth Madeley ranks her top 10 favourite crisps, because in her words, “snacking is everything when you’re in isolation”. She’s not wrong. Join us, won’t you? Listen now on Acast, Spotify, Apple Podcasts or your usual podcast platform


Stylist’s beauty director Shannon Peter got the tough job of choosing her favourite small British beauty brands
Sister & Co / £20
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Buy one of these T-shirts, help the NHS

Itching to add something new to your wardrobe but feel too guilty to shop? We have just the solution. Today, Rixo is launching a limited edition ‘Stay At Home’ T-shirt (£45), with 50% of profits going to the NHS Charities Together Covid-19 appeal. Meanwhile, illustrator Rachel Bungey is also donating all profits from her organic cotton ‘Claps for NHS’ T-shirts (£18, Everpress) to NHS Charities Together – helping to fund mental health support for NHS staff and patients, send wellbeing packs to hospital employees and much more.

Into more of a slogan vibe? All proceeds from National Hero Service’s T-shirt (£15) go to Help Them Help Us – a British Medical Association-backed initiative supporting frontline health workers through meal deliveries, grants and counselling. But the most important thing to do? Make sure you wear your new tee while you #StayAtHome.


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