Domashny Ochag in March

Channel One TV host Elena Letuchaya graces the cover of the March issue of Domashny Ochag. “Once I decided to be happy, my life turned around," she explained in an interview with the magazine. Also, sociologist Anna Kuleshova explains how the relationship between men and women has changed over the last 50 years – and why it is important.

Today’s woman: How does she see the world and how does she feel about it? What needs to change so that she can be happy? To find out what the experts think, Domashny Ochag asked journalist Ksenia Sobchak, writers Guzel Yakhina and Lyudmila Ulitskaya, and others for their opinions. Also, psychologists explain how to raise a daughter to be self-confident, courageous, and strong, yet kind and gentle.

In this issue:

Ushering in spring: the latest trends, new beauty products, and stories of Russian women in the fashion business;
43 ways to save time and money on lunches and dinners at home;
Refurbishing the bedroom: new textiles and accessories with bold prints;
All you need to know about hormones: Dr. Natalia Zubareva offers advice;
Specialists speak out on home remedies.

The issue went on sale February 13.

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