Welcome to September! It’s a new month and that means a fresh start. Whether you’re eager to get back into the swing of things, or ready to wrap up warm, this issue is filled with inspiration.
Our home and garden section covers everything you will need to prepare for the colder weather, as well as helpful tips on how to save costs on renovations. We have lots of ideas for cooking up a good hearty meal with our handpicked selection of stews and pies.
Don't miss our helpful guide on DIY skincare and focusing on your mental health and establishing good habits.
Remember, you can use the links in all our articles to visit relevant pages and helpful guides too.
All you have to do is sit back, relax and start reading.
Highlights from your September Issue
5 ways to cut the cost of a renovation project with Hartleys
Home improvements are costly affairs at the best of times, so if you’re about to embark on a renovation project, you’ll want to be extra careful about keeping the costs down.
In the Garden with Camilla Grayley Garden Design
I love a repeat flowering plant, something that lasts for months and is still flowering in September. Small spaces in particular need a plant that is going to earn its keep, roses, geraniums and lavender are all good examples.
Nominations open for The Yorkshire Choice Awards 2023
The search is now on for amazing individuals and businesses in your local area. The Awards are searching for those that demonstrate that through adversity and courage, light can shine through in so many different ways.
Letting your Heir Down with DWB Wealth Consultancy LLP
Despite the fact that more estates are paying Inheritance Tax, there are ways to prevent families paying over the odds.
Nothing is more comforting than tucking into a hearty and wholesome stew. From meaty lamb and tender beef to spiced chicken, fish or exciting veggie options, try one of our handpicked stew recipes for a winning family dinner.
DIY skin care in September
As the leaves begin to change and the air gets a little cooler, it's time to switch up your skincare routine. The autumn climate can wreak havoc on our skin, but luckily there are some easy ways to keep that skin looking healthy and hydrated.