I hate shaking people's hands. Is it bad form to refuse? - No Joy for Germs, Tauranga.
She pointed at my baby's face and screamed, "You need to shut the hell up!" My husband replied, "Are you serious? Are you…
"How do I know it's time to move jobs/country/city/relationship? How do I know it's right? I'm really scared if I make this…
The Baby Boomer generation is renowned for challenging…
You can't just put your marriage on auto-plot for…
The fine print reveals that although these bags of summery goodness are packaged here, the contents are grown overseas.
The phrase "check your privilege" is a favourite among lefties, writes Verity Johnson, but what does it really mean?
Lee Suckling tells us how to feel richer than you really are, and enjoy big city life without a big city budget.
When a strange adult yells at a child, it alters their world. It's a humiliation to the parents, but to the child, it can…
Crotch shots are nothing new. I’d go so far as to say they’re something of a cottage industry on the world-wide-web, writes Shelley Bridgeman.
"I really like the way my hairdresser does my hair, but she insists on chatting the whole time. I don't want to chat. How do I tell her to pipe down?"
Hating your body will never get you as far as loving it will.
If you want chilli flavouring on your mussels, the DIY option is a much healthier choice than these artificially coloured ones, writes Wendyl Nissen.
Is it hypocritical if parents swear while expecting their children to shun the curse words? Are foul-mouthed kids okay? Shelley Bridgeman ponders.
Military life is hard, especially when spouses are deployed to far off places. From experience, Lee Suckling shares the worst things to say to military spouses.
Who are these do-gooders posting messages on social media? And why are they spending time on Facebook, not making memories with their families? vents Rhonwyn Newson.
I consider myself a feminist, but I want to get a nose job. Am I letting down the sisterhood?
I have a challenge for you today. I want you to have more of what you want in your life.
Go out on Friday night, get a few drinks in and watch the migration of women on to the dance floor. But men are a different story, writes Verity Johnson.
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