Dear Soul Sister: I'm driven, I thrive on being busy, I'm achievement orientated, and I have fun being on the go. But I found myself crumbling and getting low-grade panic attacks over Christmas, and in the end, didn't get everything done or enjoy myself. What's going on?
In the next instalment of Monk and The Master, the topic is sex, and how it relates to love and the many facets of ourselves
If there's one thing we all need more of in 2009, it's Zen in our lives. Let reader-writer MonkInTheCity help. And Peter Haines? He'll remind you of what's good in the world. Sport.
Who was the great philosopher who when asked on his deathbed how to be happy said: "Be kind"? Here’s to one of London’s local heroes. David, I salute you and wish you a very wonderful 2009.
We don't need to tell you what the biggest story of the year has been. But our reader-writers have lots to tell you - about lunch, nightmares, glass houses, employers (past and present) and more.
It appears that in the past 12 weeks, there has been as much as a 20% increase in the number of patients suffering from STDs at The Freedom Health Clinic. In an article in the Times, the clinic attributes this to an increase in reckless behaviour in the City.
He broke my heart when I was 17. Thirteen years later, I bumped into him again on www.clicktonight.com. Back in the teenage days there was mischief galore: excess of everything, trouble with the police, clubbing missions, going awol for days, giving our parents the run around. Extreme naughtiness.
The City of London has a certain mystique about it at first. The shine doesn't last long, but when you first start working there, a whole new world becomes apparent. There is a set of rules, most of them unspoken and unwritten, that are a mystery to the newcomer, and remain so for most of us.
Your boss knows if you've been bad or good...and he has a letter for you. It's bonus day.
I read that women are divorcing their City men so fast it's as if their gardeners were refusing to sh*g them until they did.