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

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.
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A Month in The Countryside

In Rutland, Helen Walmsley-Johnson’s got all sorts tumbling down her chimney.
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A Month in The Countryside

They’re lambing in Rutland and Helen Walmsley-Johnson has a good view of the postnatal ward.
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A Month in The Countryside

Peace and quiet? In Rutland? You have to be kidding, says (shouts) Helen Walmsley-Johnson.
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A Month in The Countryside

This month, Helen Walmsley-Johnson chows down on last year’s turkey and quaffs a mealworm. Country life is all about making do…
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RIP Favourite Bra

Helen Walmsley-Johnson’s Favourite Bra has only gone and snuffed it. She tells us why the death of her preferred upper-decker flopper-stopper has left her bereft.
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A Month In The Countryside

Laying a fire is a faff, says Helen Walmsley-Johnson, but a real one’s a lot more satisfying than a ‘Feu de Bois’ candle.
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A Month in The Countryside

Helen Walmsley-Johnson and the Cat finally have the time to notice the autumn hues. It’s just a shame the birds are drowning out their thoughts.
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Chrissie Hynde: How could you think you were responsible for that?

A Reckless interview with The Pretenders' singer featuring her thoughts on where the responsibility lies when it comes to sexual assault has been held up as the latest exhibit for victim blamers. Helen Walmsley-Johnson takes a step back from the social media frenzy and has her say.