For the July issue, I interviewed five women about their self-taught money-saving tips for homes, travel, shopping, fashion and motoring.
The term ‘burnout’ was coined in the 1970s by the American psychologist Herbert Freudenberger and describes an exhausted, extreme reaction
Thirty years ago, the first issue of Prima appeared on the newsstands. It was a pre-digital world but, while some
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We caught up with Charlotte to find out what it’s like to be the winner of The Great British Sewing
Former and current Olympians reveal how all of us can be the best versions of ourselves.
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We asked adoptive parents to tell us what they wish their family and friends understood. Here, in their own words,
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I was so delighted to have the chance to write this for the lovely Prima website.
We’ve all heard the buzz about facial serums – but what exactly are they, and are they really worth splashing
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From digital time capsules to patchwork quilts made from your children’s outgrown clothes.
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From your work friend who knows just how you like your tea to your gay male friend who’s always up