Most men are highly likely to agree with what one of my friends recently said to me. “Men are built to be polygamous; women are built to be monogamous.” He was convinced, and at the time I really could not be asked to argue. (It was one of those days and it was getting late.)
The other day I went to lunch with a client. I couldn’t stop thinking about the amount of white pasta on his plate, and how this would send him into an after-lunch carb-sleep. But is pasta really a food that deserves to be on the nutritional blacklist?
As my fellow ZoZa wrote a few weeks ago, office life can resemble Mafia wars. But in my office, it's not the boss who is playing the part of Tony Soprano; it’s his secretary.
Remember that movie? Granted, it wasn’t particularly memorable, but it was easy viewing, and I was reminded of it the other day when I found an e-mail in my inbox indicating that apparently someone out there liked me.
I have to admit, I used to be a Diet Coke addict before studying nutrition. Funnily never Coke, always Diet Coke, and always out of a can, never a bottle. Either version, though, is filled with chemicals. But which one is 'better'?
Great news, guys. A new study has shown that until the age of 55, you still have the chance to turn a woman's head. (But after that you're through.)
I have had several bosses in my past, and they can be divided in approximately two groups: those who have watched too many Mafia movies and think managing employees means holding an imaginary gun to their head, and those who do not.
All work and no play makes Rako...well, just a little bit crazy.
If you are reading this while sipping your morning latte and tucking into your cereal (checked the sugar content?) or blueberry muffin (low fat?), this week's column will make you think twice about your breakfast options.
Jeez. Just when I thought I had come to grips with the whole dating etiquette, I get a whole new set of stuff to deal with.