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Jacqueline Hughes-Lundy

Employing her business skills, experience and love of writing all in one place.
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WIN! WIN! WIN! A women’s health screen with Pall Mall Medical

As part of The Best Life Project’s Health and Wellbeing month, we have teamed up with leading healthcare provider, Pall Mall Medical, to offer the chance to win a women’s health screen...

Jacq’s Journal: Kindly mechanics and model neighbours have made my week

There have been a couple of incidents recently that have left me feeling overwhelmed in the best possible way. The first came from my local garage which I have used for the last...

Review: Cheshire’s Spa at Carden brought lockdown low to a joyful end

Way back when, I was gifted a voucher for a one-day visit with treatments to the Spa at Carden, in the grounds of the Carden Park Hotel, Cheshire. At the time, the...

Jacq’s Journal: Whoever thought that Zoom could be positively inspiring?

When my nephew lived in New York for a few years, we would all cram around the laptop on Christmas Day for a Skype call. It was uncomfortable (too many people with...

Jacq’s Journal: Lunch in the city reminds us that life is back and better than ever

Those freedoms we took for granted pre-pandemic are slowly being restored and for many of us it's not a day too soon. Just having the shops, bars and restaurants open again has...

Inspirational women, exceptional times – winners of the 29th Inspiring Women Awards

The annual Inspiring Women Awards has demonstrated how women have responded to the pandemic and lockdowns, to glass ceilings and social unrest. The 29th ceremony of celebrating women at their best highlighted...

Married to a bigamist and psychopath, the shocking true story of a woman abused

The Psychopath by Mary Turner-Thomson Eight years ago I received a phone call from a stranger asking me to meet up and discuss a collaboration. She was based in Edinburgh, so I travelled...

Review: Delhi House Cafe, stunning cuisine and not a poppadom in sight

My first introduction to Indian food was via a Vesta curry, a packet of dried food you added water to and cooked in a pan. I thought it was the most exciting...

Jacqueline Hughes-Lundy

Employing her business skills, experience and love of writing all in one place.