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CHILD’S PLAY — Red

For the latest issue of Red magazine, I wrote an essay for the food pages about cooking like a child.  

THE FRIEND WHO SAVED ME — Red

For Red’s December issue, I wrote a long-planned thank you letter to a very good friend.            

BREAST CANCER: THE NEW FACTS — Red

For Red’s November issue I interviewed leading consultant oncologist Dr Alison Jones.

WHAT WOMEN REALLY DO WHEN WE’RE ALONE – Redonline.co.uk

When Olivia Gordon wrote her feature for April’s issue of Red magazine on spending time alone, she asked friends what they do. Some of the answers were surprising…here’s my post about it on Red’s blog.

I WANT TO BE ALONE — Red

For Red magazine’s April issue, I wrote about how much I love alone time (it’s amazing what an hour of MasterChef can do for the soul). Apparently it got a huge response from Red readers, which shows how many thirty-something women crave  some precious alone-time.

THE END OF ORIGINALITY — RED

That special quirk/hobby/thing you thought made you interestingly different? Turns out everyone else is doing it too, says a disappointed Olivia Gordon. originality (click here to read pdf)  

WHAT’S YOUR HEALTH SCORE? — RED Magazine

From the food you eat to the exercise you get, how healthy do you really think you are? And do those closest to you agree?

THE HEALTH MAXIMISERS — Red

We all know we should be active, eat well and make time for our mental health, too. But who can fit it all in? I asked four busy women to share their health routines in November’s RED magazine.

THE RISE OF COT COUTURE — Red

Has fashion finally gone gaga? The baby designer clothing industry is booming – so is it bonkers, or what all the hip babies are wearing? For Red’s June 2012 issue, I investigated exactly who is spending £500 on a Gucci changing bag. Personally, I wouldn’t even if I could afford it – but then I do have a serious […]

THIS IS WHAT A CAREER PATH LOOKS LIKE IN 2012 — Red

The trend of portfolio careers

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