Have you ever had the sneaking suspicion that your employer thinks you're a bad employee?
Fancy the kind of dinner party where the possibilities don't stop at the table?
Every time my boss walks into my office, I feel a little sick. One look at his face and my hands start shaking. My throat tightens and my head feels heavy. "Good morning", I reply to his grunt.
It's not a conversation anyone wants to have - not the person with the complaint, or the person with the ex. But at some point it might be necessary, and the Soul Sister advises on how.
Have you ever wondered what it is with clever women and how they seem to scare men off? Take, for example, my friend, the Brunette.
"Zoe and I are going to NYC and I want to propose. Got any ideas?" So came the question from a life-long friend. Having not lived in NY for almost eight years, I polled my cool NY girlfriends. Here are their good ideas.
Applying for your first job is nerve racking. The second time around, you think you've been around the block and know how to play this game.
This week sees the G20 bandwagon riding into Toronto, together with fake loons, an armada of police, and a fence going through the middle of downtown.
If in the business world you want to sound like you know what you are doing when you don't, just start using random foreign expressions.
Today is my last day at the office. I am leaving the firm. It is time to reminisce on days gone by whilst stuffing memories into boxes, side by side with my long-time secretary. Is that a tear blinking in the corner of her eye?
Lord Coe has warned that 'lazy lifestyles' will reduce the lifespan of our children, after a report found that we are now 24 per cent less active than in 1961. Do you exercise? And if not, why not?
This inspiring letter from 2006 has been making the rounds lately, and it's worth taking a moment to read (whether you've read Slaughterhouse-Five or not).
Winter's over, and this month's top 10 list is full of tracks that'll propel you into the great outdoors.