Fashion Feature

Black Switchflop

Summer and Holiday Sandals with Inter-changeable Straps

Sandals are not just for summer but for all year round, particularly if you are like me, who enjoys to holiday in the sun in the winter, or early spring and late autumn, as well as using them day and night throughout our summers. Finding … [Read More...]

Heidi Klein Swimsuit

Swimwear, Swimsuits, Bikini, Tankini Stockists UK

Although we all holiday throughout the year, it is not always easy to find swimwear that appeals, looks good and fits beautifully on the high street. Bikini, One Piece or Tankini? Big busted. Maternity. Mastectomy. Mix and match. Larger sizes. … [Read More...]

Health & Beauty

Smoky eyes lesson

How To Create Smokey Eyes

Want to create smokey eyes but need a little help?  We have a short video for you to watch with celebrity make-up artist Justine Jenkins. Justine Jenkins has over 15 years … [Read More...]

female hair loss

Hair Loss In Women

Hair Loss In Women Is More Common Than You Might Think New studies show hair loss is a problem that affects millions of women. Understandably it can lead to a loss of self esteem … [Read More...]

Living Room Lifestyle

Catherine Alliott

My Husband Next Door by Catherine Alliott – August Book of the Month

Our August Book of the Month is My Husband Next door by Catherine Alliott. To become a member of the book club simply register on Women's Thoughts Forums and join in the discussions on the book of … [Read More...]

BryonyGordon

Bryony Gordon and her new book The Wrong Knickers

Bryony Gordon survived her adolescence by dreaming about the life she'd have in her twenties: the perfect job; the lovely flat; the amazing boyfriend. The reality was something of a shock. Her … [Read More...]

Work at Home & Office

Cottages

Advice for Amateur Landlords

The rental property market has never been as strong and new research shows the going is so good, that many accidental landlords are planning on increasing their rental portfolios … [Read More...]

Sue Atkins

Hot flushes, hormones and empty nests

Sue Atkins gives advice for empty nesters. It’s funny how life often pops in coincidences and opportunities that surprise and delight us which keep us guessing about the bigger … [Read More...]

Garden Leisure

Cottage garden

Country Garden Diary – August

August Already!!! By Salt and Pepper (The Seasonings) Goodness, where is the summer going?   However, August is a lovely month for bright, colourful plants in the … [Read More...]

Watering can

How to have a green garden and save water at the same time

With the warm weather upon us and the possibility of hose pipe bans in certain areas, there are various ways in which you can save water rather than pulling the plug. Often you can … [Read More...]

In The Kitchen

Saucy Salmon

Asian Saucy Salmon on Oodles of Noodles

This is a quick and easy dish to prepare and better still there is very little washing up afterwards! Flavoured with aromatic ginger, chilli and garlic and spread over fillets of salmon sat on a bed of super healthy fresh veggies. As it bakes … [Read More...]

strawberries

How To Make Freezer Jam

Jam making is quite an art and achieving perfect jam that is not too runny or too solid needs certain conditions! Getting the pectin content just right, the sugar content just right and not over boiling all has to be considered. However, there … [Read More...]

pecan pie

Pecan Pie Recipe

Are you nuts about nuts? Take a look at our Pecan Pie recipe by celebrity chef Jo Pratt. This totally Moorish, sweet, sticky, nutty dessert will be a winner after dinner, after coffee, any excuse to have a slice!  A Pecan Pie recipe that … [Read More...]

tomato and asparagus ricotta tart

Tomato and Asparagus Ricotta Tart

This easy vegetarian tart is ideal for summer evenings.  Quick and simple to make and adds colour to any summer party or picnic.  How to Make Tomato and Asparagus Ricotta Tart Serves 4-6 Cooking time: 25-30 minutes Ingredients: 10 … [Read More...]

Nutrition

Samphire

Samphire Grass-where to find and when!

What is Samphire Grass? Salicornia europaea or as you will more likely have heard of it, Samphire Grass is a “sea vegetable” which has a quite delicious flavour and is well worth sourcing. Samphire is also known as glasswort, pickle plant, … [Read More...]

edible flowers

Flowers That Are Edible

For thousands of years flowers have been used for culinary and medicinal purposes. With the upsurge in demand of home-grown vegetables and fruit, it maybe of interest that flowers can add an extra dimension to recipes, flavour-wise and … [Read More...]

Food Events

Hamper of Freedom Mallows

Win a Hamper of Freedom Mallows for Vegetarian Week 19th-25th May

For National Vegetarian Week 19th - 25th May we have teamed up with Freedom Confectionery … [Read More...]

Blueberry

Win a Home Baking Treat of Sugar and Crumbs Baking Products

More and more of us are turning our hands to home baked produce, which has certainly been … [Read More...]

WATERCRESS

Watercress the forgotten vegetable and its benefits

I never really use watercress, often thinking of it as an old fashioned accompaniment to … [Read More...]

Kitchen & Domestic Info

vinegars

Types of Vinegars and Their Uses

Summer or winter, salads have become a staple part of our diet, as have the dressings that accompany them. Most dressings will have vinegar as part of the ingredient, but do you know what the … [Read More...]

swimsuit

How To Care for Swimwear

Ever had a swimsuit that has gone baggy, out of shape or the fabric has looked stretched? The causes can be due to the chlorine and salt in the water of sea and pools, over-ringing when washing and … [Read More...]

Women’s Thoughts Latest Podcast

couples in 50's

Is this really something that you are planning for at the moment.  Issues like these always seem to be years away but millions of over 55s will be unable to afford long-term care. These statistics are quite staggering and reading them perhaps for … [Read More...]