November used to be just another month. Now it's the month where men all over the world grow moustaches, and is known as Movember.
Another countdown to freak us out a bit: 38 days 'til Christmas! Now be honest - how many days out of those 38 are you likely to have a drink? Pick a category: 1-5, 6-10, 11-15, 16-20 (really?), 21-25 (how are you still working?) or 26+ (!?).
According to a government-sponsored campaign in the Netherlands, working from home not only helps the environment (less travelling equals less CO2 expulsion), but is healthier for both employee and company.
It had to happen one day. One of my best friends got married to the guy she met via an on-line dating site.
In case you've picked up The Metro on Monday, you might have read it, in black on white, on a Monday morning: Britain is the fattest nation in Europe.
Everyday when my colleague pops around the corner to ask me to come lunch, I sigh and take out my wallet.
Seriously. How depressing is this? You're sitting in the office while it's pitch black outside, realising you still have to work three more hours, when all you want to do is cuddle up on your couch with a duvet and a big bowl of comfort food (usually found in forms of simple carbohydrates).
This morning I was attending a Bikram yoga class. Hyped by possibly the most scary fitness guru of all time (Madonna), Bikram yoga is more than your average stretching class for frutarians in harem pants. Bikram is boot camp.