Often described as "crazy makers", the passive aggressive personality can leave us feeling feeling frustrated, deflated…
Shelley Bridgeman gives us an insight in to the pages of her delivery suite etiquette book.
We've all pondered if (and how) you can send food back. Lee Suckling susses it out.
Life and Style columnist Lee Suckling tackles your modern etiquette and ethical predicaments, one reader-submitted query…
You know how it is, when you notice the battery on your phone is running down it's actually an almost panicky feeling.
So what do we need to know after a break up - when our chemistry is telling us that there was only one person out there…
Shelley Bridgeman shares her tradie niggles - none need legal attention, but most are annoying enough to make you grit your…
Is changing your name after marriage a bit antiquated? I definitely used to think so, writes Lee Suckling.
I'm not a people hater, I just often prefer the company of animals. Of course humans are animals too, it's just a pity they don't act more like it.
Worrying about the judgment of the world at large is the fastest way to derail plans that are right for your heart; your career; your body and your life.
So many questions. Why would I agree to a morning photo shoot? Why does my face go all puffy when I wake up? Why would I choose to wear a trench coat and a button-down shirt with yoghurt stains? Why didn't I put product…
These cookies are incredibly popular with people who have bought them fresh-baked from the stores.
My heart sinks seeking the GayTM like this. Not just because it’s the day before the Auckland Pride Parade, but because it wakes me up, writes Lee Suckling.
"Presumably it was intended that we find humour in this deliberate failure to be PC but most feminists would have found it inappropriate," writes Shelley Bridgeman.
We're at the tail end of the music festival season, and I know a lot of you must be pretty tired, writes Lee Suckling.
The worry and anxiety we feel about these outcomes as we watch the children play, or sit in a tense boardroom, or drive to our destination can be as bad as if they were already real.
Turning fifty feels like a milestone birthday in a way that you thought 30 and 40 might be but weren’t, writes Shelley Bridgeman.
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