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Recent articles by Amy:

JK Rowling Is Releasing Unpublished Story The Ickabog She Wrote 10 Years Ago

The author's latest story and project for kids is perfect for bored families in lockdown. → Read More

This Is How Makeup Counters Could Work In A Post-Corona World

As early as March, some makeup counters moved to "touch-free" beauty experiences. → Read More

Why Letter Writing – And Receiving – Is More Important Than Ever

In a global pandemic, simple pleasures like post from someone you love feel all the more personal. → Read More

Struggling To Clean Your House Right Now? Stop Feeling Bad About It

Sure, we're home and *technically* we have the time – but the mental coronavirus load is taking its toll. → Read More

9 Tweets You Need To See If You're Struggling To Laugh Today

Thanks, as ever, to our Twitter comedians who – week in, week out – deliver the funny content. → Read More

How To Practice Gratitude In These Unsettling Times

In testing times, we need to try and focus on the positives. But it's not always that easy. → Read More

9 Desk And Chair Hacks To Make Working From Home More Bearable

Looks like we're working from home for the foreseeable. These tips could make things a little more comfortable. → Read More

How Parents Around The World Are Keeping Their Kids Occupied At Home

We asked families – at different stages of lockdown – for their top tips on coping. → Read More

How To Switch Off From Work When Home Becomes Your Office

In the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, many of us are working from home. Here's how to clock off properly at the end of the day. → Read More

Coronavirus And Asthma: Here's Everything You Need To Know

Are asthmatics more at risk when it comes to COVID-19? → Read More

This Mattress Ad Was Banned For Linking Coronavirus To Immigrants

The local newspaper ad was judged as offensive for "associating immigrants with disease". → Read More

How Long Distance Friends Keep The Spark Alive

From snail mail to changing your world clocks – readers share their tips on how to make long distance friendships work. → Read More

Prince George 'Grins' Alongside Prince William, Prince Charles And The Queen In New Portrait

A new official portrait has been released to mark the start of a new decade, Buckingham Palace announced. → Read More

Two Thirds Believe We Should Stop Air Travel To Tackle Climate Change

Almost half of people surveyed by YouGov in the UK felt they had become more worried about climate change than they were 12 months ago. → Read More

Princess Charlotte Got Herself A Nickname At Nursery For Her 'Feisty Personality'

"Obviously she is a Princess, but she’s quite a tomboy." → Read More

10 Birth Stories From Women, Proving No Two Labours Are Ever The Same

Birth can be empowering and poignant, but it can also be traumatic and painful. → Read More

What Princess Charlotte Will Be Learning At School (And What She'll Be Called)

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will take the four-year-old to Thomas’s Battersea on Thursday, alongside her brother George. → Read More

New Parents With Relationship Problems Can 'Cause Behaviour Issues In Children'

Experts believe, for the first time, they’ve shown conflicts between couples can help explain emotional problems in young children. → Read More

Royal Baby Archie's Christening: Here's Everything We Know So Far

The service will be held at Windsor Castle. → Read More

Judith Kerr, Author Of 'The Tiger Who Came To Tea,' Dead At 95

She also wrote the hugely loved Mog books, about a family and their cat. → Read More