Sally Newall

Sally Newall is IndyBest editor. When she’s not scouting out the best consumer products on the market, she's a lifestyle writer covering anything from food to fitness trends.

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Sitting pretty: 10 best garden benches

With the sun (almost) out, you’ll be comfortable in the garden with this selection of outdoor furniture

10 best gifts for gardeners

With summer on the way, why not treat a green-fingered loved one to one of these presents?

10 best outdoor lighting

Keep your garden aglow on summer nights with lanterns, baubles and even solar-powered hens

Smooth journey: 10 best travel pillows

Train, plane, car or bus. However you’re travelling this year, you will always need somewhere comfy to rest your head

Pitch up: 10 best festival tents

Whether you’re heading to a muddy field in the UK or to stages in the sun, a decent home under canvas will ensure you’re a happy camper

Mad Men season seven

Mad Men season 7: The seven questions we want answered in the final series

After seven years, Matthew Weiner’s award-winning advertising drama is coming to an end. But there’s still a lot to happen before the final credits roll

Chick chic: 8 best Easter decorations

There's less than a week until Easter. If you're planning a party, egg hunt, or just want a pretty table on the day, try this selection of decs

Catch some rays: 9 best deckchairs

Be your choice striped, bright, arty-looking or all three, make sure you’re ready for some serious lounging in the sun (when it makes an appearance) with one of these funky deckchairs

No sweat: 10 best running tops

Quick 5km round the block or a marathon effort?  Either way, we’ve found gear that will help you follow  in Mo Farah’s footsteps. Maybe…

Good times: 10 best wall clocks

Don’t forget to put your clocks forward this Sunday. We’ve rounded up the best timepieces to say a stylish hello to British Summertime

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Smash hit go under the hammer

It's nice to pick up a new record once in a while, but the purchasers of two latest releases can go a step further - by buying the only copy