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Coronavirus lockdown: 7 things I really hope we remember when this is all over

7 vital life lessons we learned during our 100 days of lockdown

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Kayleigh Dray
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    “Why it’s vital that we hear LGBTQ stories of hope and joy”

  • Best podcasts.
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    5 feel-good podcasts to get you through the next few weeks of lockdown

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    People

    “Thank you to the nurses who saved my life”

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“I’m terrified about turning 30”

Stylist's Billie Bhatia shares her experience approaching the next decade.

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Billie Bhatia
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Good news: wearing these colours can help you feel happier

This happiness hack starts with your wardrobe.

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Lara Faye
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Fashion

18 glamorous fashion books to add to your reading list

Consider this a makeover for your bookshelf.

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Lara Faye
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Fashion

This is why it’s so important to clean your rings

Is your jewellery contributing to the spread of Covid-19?

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Lara Faye
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Kayleigh Dray
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19 things about working from home everyone knows to be true

From effortless commutes to demanding “co-workers”, here’s what we’ve learned about WFH life.

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You can now sign-up to Disney+ in the UK with this pre-order deal

Everything you need to know about Disney’s new streaming platform.

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Stylist Team
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Fashion

How to wash your clothes to reduce the spread of germs

Should we change our laundry habits to prevent the spread of COVID-19?

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Lara Faye
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Women are facing IVF cancellations
Life

Women undergoing IVF treatment are having cycles cancelled because of coronavirus

IVF patients are facing even more uncertainty with many fertility clinics closing due to coronavirus

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Heloise Wood
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Life

10 online courses that could work wonders for your career and don’t require leaving the house

From learning more about self-control, willpower and habits, this online course will change your mind-set for the better.

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Susan Devaney
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Careers

How to safeguard your mental health when you’re freelance

Because a lack of routine can be tough.

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Alix Walker
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Life

16 of the best things to do in London this weekend

At a loose end this weekend? We've got you covered.

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Megan Murray
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Kayleigh Dray
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Döstädning is the Scandi decluttering trend that demands we celebrate life

“Swedish death cleaning” might sound morbid, but it’s strangely uplifting.

Female homicide rises
Life

These statistics on female homicide victims show why we need to pass the Domestic Abuse Bill

“No woman fleeing domestic abuse should be turned away from safety.”

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Heloise Wood
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Long Reads

12 genuinely useful pieces of advice that might just change your life

Wise words to inspire you to move on to bigger and better things.

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Christobel Hastings
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A woman dealing with workplace stress
Life

A doctor’s advice on how to manage workplace stress and avoid job-related burnout

An expert lays down the law when it comes to dealing with workplace stress.

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Stylist Team
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Monica and Rachel from Friends
Life

Looking to make some new friends in 2020? This is how long it really takes

Want to make a new friend? Get ready to put in some serious work.

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Susan Devaney
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Life

Londoners, this area has been named best in the capital

But do you agree?

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Megan Murray
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Domestic abuse: how digital devices are being used to enable abusive behaviour
Life

How technology is enabling perpetrators of domestic abuse to continue their behaviour

New figures have revealed how widespread the problem of tech abuse is in the UK.

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Susan Devaney
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Moya Crockett
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Women who became single in their 30s and 40s reveal what they learned

“I was told I was boring and old. In reality, I’m none of those things.”

How to really live in the moment, by someone with terminal cancer: Sarah Lloyd with her husband, Billy, and their son, James
Long Reads

What living ‘in the moment’ really means, by someone with incurable cancer

“I allow myself to experience the sadness and have a good cry. I’ll carry it to bed and, thankfully, it lifts by morning.”

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Amy Swales
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