It's the season to be jolly! Four weeks to Christmas and the endless string of seasonal office drinks has commenced.
I'm a 22-year-old university student.
How's the liver-loving campaign going? Bought (and eaten) your first pack of mince pies already, washed down with brandy butter and some mulled wine?
When the cover of Vogue and Saturday night primetime TV are united in championing an almost identical New Look, there is no doubt we have a fashion moment on our hands.
The Soul Sister encounters a woman who has had enough. She's analyzed, considered and tried, but she still goes for the wrong guy. What next?
Mike Schroepfer in October 2007.
It does not only apply to make up and booze. In the office, I learned that it goes for email correspondence as well. The higher you are in hierarchy, the fewer words you use. At the top of the food chain, everyone seems to be on a text diet.
Would you pay twelve dollars to get your pencil sharpened? Hand-sharpened, admittedly; lovingly so, and it comes posted back (including overseas) with a certificate, and its own shavings in a bag, and careful little rubber protectors.
Overweight people told losing just 3% and keeping it off can have significant beneficial effects in new NHS guidance
Government health advisers say more mothers-to-be should opt for home births when deciding where to have their baby
Giving old mice young blood reversed age-related declines in brain function, muscle strength and stamina, researchers say