We can't help but scan the latest updates on their lives at check out counters, make time to watch showbiz shows on the weekends, and almost pass out when we see them in the flesh - we love them and want to be like them. With their actions and words, their power to influence is undeniable - and in the process, celebrities have truly become household names and strong role models. Get starstruck and inspired this November as Good Housekeeping releases its first ever Celebrity Special loaded with exciting features on what it's like to be a star.
This month, Good Housekeeping shows you how to live stellar by giving you the lowdown on how to dress like super-stylish Hollywood Supermoms, always look camera ready with techniques to fake perfect skin, and how you can whip up the favorite home recipes of popular personalities and celebrity chefs (Jolina Magdangal's Classic Beef Caldereta and Martha Stewart's Gingerbread Cookies to name a few!). Also read up on how to better manage your money woes as Good Housekeeping reveals five money mistakes Hollywood stars made and what you can learn from them.
Gracing the cover of the first celebrity issue is the well-loved Queen of Teleserye, Judy Ann Santos Agoncillo, as she talks about her return to show business, her happy home life with family and how she gives back to the community. She advises to choose a cause that's close to your heart, "Make sure na ito yung gusto mong talagang tulungan." She also talks about the moment when she had a calling to get active in a cause. "I was earning a lot and people were suddenly judging me with the things I did. I realized it was time to give back and uplift myself. So ayun, sila yung energizer ko."
Judai isn't only the star giving back in this celebrity-packed issue too! In "Shine and Substance," Good Housekeeping sits down with big-hearted stars: Aga Mulach, Gerald Anderson, Daphne Osena-Paez, Sam Milby, Regine Velazque-Alcasid, Karylle and Matteo Guidicelli as they talk about their respective causes and how you can help.
For more on how you can give back and live like your favorite celeb, grab the November issue of Good Housekeeping. Good Housekeeping is available in newsstands, bookstores, and supermarkets nationwide or simply subscribe to Good Housekeeping e-magazine through www.summitmedia.com.ph/emagazine. For more updates, become a fan of Good Housekeeping on Facebook via Facebook.com/goodhousekeeping.ph and follow them on Twitter via Twitter.com/ghphils.
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