Reading Annabel & Grace women’s magazine is like spending time with your girlfriends – happy women who love sharing really useful ideas and inspiring stories. Our weekly online magazine is always upbeat, positive and pro-age. Everything on this website aims to inspire women to feel fantastic and be the best they can be, whatever your age.
We started blogging in 2010 and this site has, over the years, morphed into an award-winning online weekly magazine for women in their 50’s 60s, 70’s, 80s and beyond!
You can join our subscription list free-of-charge and enjoy a twice-weekly email landing in your inbox, packed with recipes, stories, fashion for women over 50, travel inspiration, wellbeing and beauty. It’s just the right length to enjoy over a cup of tea or a glass of wine and give yourself some quality ‘me’ time.
Where else can you learn about the most fabulous Lavender shortbread recipe, browse trendy clothes for 50 year old woman, explore a vegetarian lifestyle through Living life on the veg, be inspired by the latest must-see travel destinations and roar with laughter at our stories for women of a certain age? There’s no other online magazine for women like us! Subscription is completely free and you can of course cancel at any time.
Meet our co-founders, Annabel and Grace:
ANNABEL: mother of four grown up children and two Doodles, living with tolerant OH on an island in the Thames at Henley. I blog to make myself laugh at life’s little hiccoughs. My motto is “try and turn a lemon into a melon”.
GRACE: Happily divorced with a 99% wonderful 30 year old son, lives in rural West Sussex. I spend my time making lists, pretending to do Pilates, avoiding housework – and trying to find something more interesting to do than all of those things.
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Winners Social Influencers category: Woman&Home Amazing Women 50 over 50 Awards
Highly Commended Lifestyle category 2017 UK Blog Awards & Finalists 2018
Top 10 UK Women Blogs 2018 (Feedspot)
First bloggers ever to appear at Henley Literary Festival 2012