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Men And Women Weren't Meant To Live Together

According to The Sunday Times magazine, in 2004 there were seven million people living alone in Britain. That's around four times as many as in 1961. By some estimates, 37% of all British households in 2021 are expected to be made up of people who live alone.

Diamonds in the Smilepod

Here in London where people don't flirt and smile at each other in the street lest they inadvertently chat up a terrorist, teeth may well be deemed unnecessary. This may explain the English attitude of 'Nobody sees them, so why spend money?' 

Fashion From the Dark Side

You wouldn’t think that fashion designing and banking would mix. The two worlds only seem to meet on on a place like Bond Street, where glistening Louis Vuitton and Prada bags try to lure you in as you walk past shop windows.

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Living Like a Cavegirl

I have spent the last 12 weeks 'eating clean, lifting mean', in the style of our cavemen ancestors.

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Deliver Us From Temptation

Thy name, temptation, is unhappiness. Unhappiness in its many guises and sorrows. And as we prepare this report in late February, “The Year in Unhappiness” is off to a strong start.

From Lawyer to Travel Goddess

After spending five years in the City as a solicitor and travelling extensively for work, the next step was easy for Rena Guseynova - a travel business for what she had been: a time-poor professional.

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