There are some days when I want to climb the corporate ladder to success quicker than Brady Dougan, and other days when a snake crosses my path and I become desperate to join my friends for Pimms o’clock. Shame - just when I was doing so well.
Life’s not fair, and sometimes its little quirks really rub our faces in it. I’m sitting in the garden, inhaling the scent of neighbouring barbecues, and listening to a male friend rage against the system.
Whatever you think about hypnotherapy - and whatever your current dilemma - Tim Smale can help. Here are his clients most common issues, and chances are you'll be able to relate to at least one of them.
When my colleagues ask why I’m not on Facebook, I laugh and joke and respond that “it’s a stalker’s paradise”.
On a date with me, the lucky boy can expect certain things.
Three weeks of feasting on delicious (read: fattening, carb-laden, coconut milk-based) food in Singapore and Penang contributed two kilos of excess body baggage upon my return. This is not a surprise, nor is it unexpected.
It’s one of the last secrets to be confessed. Usually only when someone is staring relationship failure in the face will they whisper: "We’re in separate bedrooms". And the response tends to be shocked silence, and acknowledgement that the end really is nigh.
Not familiar with Tired All the Time Syndrome? We weren't either, until we read this, from The Soul Sister.
Whilst admittedly some bankers' wives are filing for divorce quicker than Lewis Hamilton can drive, others have adapted to the circumstances. Never before have I seen some of my male counterparts look suicidal, while others have never looked so happy.
It’s a grown-up birthday party - the kind where women wear earrings that cost a month’s salary, and men smoke cigars and talk about whose fund is hitting the dirt.
If you're looking for a few tunes to jump start the new year, and possibly a new you, then the list below provides 10 great places to start.
Start 2014 with these 15 ideas, which aren't about traveling, buying, or partying. They're about enjoying life, but in a pragmatic way, which has more to do with learning than anything else.
The slow week in between Christmas and New Year's is the perfect time in which time in which to indulge your fantasies of home.