Step into 2015 with a fresh start with our new January issue, filled with bright and beautiful photos and stories. We start off slow with a menu of delicious breakfast recipes, all of which can be made in your slow cooker (let it do the work while you sleep!) and quickly move into an exclusive interview on comfort food from our favourite Brit, Jamie Oliver. He came by our test kitchen and gave us his family’s scrumptious sticky toffee pudding recipe, which we’ve shared with you and sure to keep you warm all winter long. Our exclusive with luminaries don’t stop there: we sat down with superstar designers Sarah Richardson and Tommy Smythe, who showed us how they’ve transformed a drab kitchen into a sunny space. We’ve got gorgeous photos and designer tips to give you inspiration for your own home.
Stay on top of your game this year – whether it’s at the gym or at work – with tips on health and motivation from Canada’s top athletes and sports psychologists. Kick kale to the curb and keep your food resolutions exciting with our superfood roundup, which includes six new nutritional powerhouses. Sit down and enjoy our longer reads with a powerful story from Rachel Giese on how women are finding their voices and how feminism has formed in the social media sphere in light of recent events. CBC’s Dr. Brian Goldman also shares a heartfelt story as he observes the Canadian healthcare system from a patient perspective.
Our ever-stylish fashion and beauty team has rounded up a guide of the best drugstore products to protect your skin this winter, as well as 10 great fashion finds to kick off the new year. Find all these stories and more in the latest issue of Chatelaine. And over the next month, we’ll bring you all of this January 2015 content online as well.
Wishing everyone the best for the year to come!