Helen Walmsley-Johnson

Helen Walmsley-Johnson

Helen Walmsley-Johnson is a journalist and author who writes as the Invisible Woman. She has a weekly style column for older women which she writes for the Guardian. Her first book, The Invisible Woman: Taking on the Vintage Years, is out now. @TheVintageYear


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A Month in The Countryside

This month in Rutland, Helen Walmsley-Johnson’s been learning flu coping strategies from the wrens.
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A Month in The Countryside

It’s crispy in Rutland and Helen Walmsley-Johnson’s hugging some trees.
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A Month in The Countryside

In Rutland, feline activity and the astounding beauty of a winter dawn are keeping Helen Walmsley-Johnson occupied.
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A Month in The Countryside

It’s autumn in Rutland. The leaves are turning psychedelic and Helen Walsmley-Johnson’s turning into her father.
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A Month in The Countryside

It’s September in Rutland and Helen Walmsley-Johnson’s counting sheep. In more ways than one.
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A Month in The Countryside

It’s late summer in Rutland and Helen Walmsley-Johnson is grateful for the harvest.
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A Month in The Countryside

In Rutland, Pushkin Cat is in love and Helen Walmsley-Johnson’s draped in roses and jasmine.
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I Make the Best… Aubergine ‘cassoulet’

After a snap poll of Standard Issue staffers, we came to the conclusion everyone has a signature dish they’re willing to brag about. Oh yeah. Helen Walmsley-Johnson knows how to 'cassoulet' an eggplant.
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A Month in The Countryside

Helen Walmsley-Johnson’s been celebrating the solstice with some new friends.
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A Month in The Countryside

Summer’s here but Helen Walmsley-Johnson’s still grading her storms according to the number of towels wedged under the door.