Have you noticed an increasing number of pregnant women around the office? Could this potentially be directly linked to the market downturn?
Imagine you get on a carousel and suddenly you realise you are going to be stuck on the horse you picked for the rest of your (working) life. Welcome to the Finance Industry in 2008.
One day after listening to a sermon on endless compassion, a monk walked home from his teacher's house. In high spirits, he saw a stray dog and bent down to stroke it. The dog bit off his finger.
Sick of receiving dinner invitations, then over the dinner table receiving that dreaded smile from the 'smug couple' with the words: "Are you really happy being single?"
Four months in and I almost admitted defeat. Not only had I stopped going; I had cancelled the gym membership several weeks back. And while I am £40 better off each month in my pocket, I am 14 pounds worse off around the waist.
A new interpretation of work benefits could soon see HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) taxing employees supplied with a Blackberry.
So close, the smell of their aftershave invites you closer. Touching but not. An inadvertant brush of body parts, an adventure in your head. The new extremes of freakishness.
Exercising outdoors burns up to 30% more calories. So why would anyone work out in the gym? Especially since Spring is officially here. (It is here, right?)
In the wise words of Ms Robinson: "A banker is for life, not just for jewellery".
New York Magazine profiles the rise and fall of Zoe Cruz, expected to become the next CEO of Morgan Stanley. So what happened to the only woman in line for a Wall Street firm's top spot?