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Financial Times: Napping may have become fashionable, but that doesn't mean it's right.
COMMENT: Fury that people eat meat and you don't want them to is not justifiable.
It's almost impossible to have nothing to do now, and that's a pity, says Joanna Mathers.
Claire Trevett on the desperate reality of buying a house.
Everyone told her she couldn't sing. But Lavinia Spalding had other ideas.
New York Times: What happens when brides want picture perfect hen parties at any cost?
New York Times: Social media platform theorises the move may reduce pressure on users.
New York Times: We take comfort in news about kind acts, but experts say there's a catch.
New York Times: Snapchat message lead to a real life love story.
New York Times: Why using a sleep tracker is a pointless exercise.
Fracturing the bond causes deep and lasting harm, writes psychotherapist Kyle MacDonald.
New York Times: Introducing the marrot: a product designed to poke fun at meatless meat.
New York Times: The people who have mastered social media are going to dominate society.
New York Times: Cuing up some Calvin Harris might change how we feel about exercise.
And why, according to Lee Suckling, every couple needs a mixtape of music for the bedroom.
Comment: Beck Vass is calling out the "over-protective" parents behind the shut down.
Josh Emett spent 11 years working for Gordon Ramsay. He says barking at staff isn't good.
New York Times: The best therapists for silly human problems don't say a word.
New York Times: Standard treatments no longer work for ailment that was once easily cured.
New York Times: The boss sets the fashion at Goop's new light-filled headquarters.
Is ditching single use bags enough? Rebecca Blithe tries eliminating plastic altogether.
Niki Bezzant says there's no such thing as a super food. But these come pretty close.
COMMENT: Let's re-arrange how we choose what we eat.
Rude man ... who cares? Rude woman ... bring it on, writes Ashleigh Young.
When BMW invited him to drive its cars on the Queenstown ice, Greg Bruce was not excited.
COMMENT: If Family Bar is not safe, community should take their pink dollars elsewhere.
Age is no barrier to the ice rink, writes Juliet Sivertsen.
Steve Braunias reports on the turbulent marriage break-down of model Kylie Bax.
New York Times: Critics say they are narcissistic and ruining public places. But are they?
New York Times: Matt Zurbo's challenge is an unconventional labour of love.
The trouble is, says Lee Suckling, none of this is actually about fitness.
Harvard Business Review: The world-famous designer talks about how it all started.
New York Times: She left school and changed the world of online video. It wasn't easy.
Kyle MacDonald on the truth about creating our own successes, or failures.
Times: "Meghan has a confidence, a sexiness... I'd love to dress her."
The Sex Files: Lee Suckling discusses alarming trend growing popular among young people.
A 17-year-old was told to lift her dress up so high her underwear was exposed.
New York Times: People hoping to lose weight with exercise can be their own worst enemies.
New York Times: A woman's struggle to help a husband whose brain was suddenly scrambled.
Make it fun, and you will see the kids engaged, positive and putting down the devices.
Times: "My responsibility isn't just to her face, but to her emotional state as well."
Beck Vass shares what happened when she went back to booze after giving birth.
New York Times: Screen consultants help you remember life before smartphones and tablets.
Telegraph: Divorce of Princess Haya will lift the lid on a dynasty shrouded in secrecy.
Lee Suckling spent his Sunday afternoon trawling big box shops.
What to add to your diet and what to ditch to improve the appearance of your skin.
Can you think yourself thin? Megan Wood goes under to ditch unhealthy food cravings.
COMMENT: NZ has the best pies in the world. Period.
Telegraph: Are all these new formulas actually making us any healthier?
Tauranga's Lee Murray is New Zealand's most awarded science fiction and fantasy writer.
Inside the restaurant filling a downtown dining gap with lobster, whitebait and more.
Steve Braunias contemplates a return to an old habit.
Can you judge a book by its cover? Judges for the PANZ book awards tell us how it's done.
Is it nature or nurture? The parents of four special Kiwis share their parenting wisdom.
Girls outperform boys on almost every measure but men still climb higher. What's going on?
Living legend Joy Cowley on getting drunk at Roald Dahl's home and erotic dreams at 83.
COMMENT: Just turned 30, Lizzie Marvelly takes stock of her youth.
New York Times: Many of us have half-quit apps like Twitter and Instagram. It's awful.
New York Times: One of the most consumed cocktails in the world is turning 100.
New York Times: Why are people testing their kicking accuracy using bottle caps?