Katherine Feeney ''Not tonight honey, I’m working.''
Katherine Feeney All the striving for material success leaves little room for what really matters, writes Katherine Feeney.
Matt Wade The gender pay gap gets plenty of attention. But what about the pocket money gap? Just as men tend to get paid more than women, boys tend to get more pocket money than girls.
Daniella Miletic Does being happy make you better off financially? After years of studying the influence money has on happiness, one Australian economist set out to examine the reverse.
Hattie Garlick has resolved to strike a blow against 'kiddy consumerism' - and she's not alone.
Adele Horin WHEN a couple disagrees on whether to have a child or more children, the woman's wishes usually prevail.
Katherine Feeney One of the most common complaints I have received over the seven years I've been writing this blog is that sex, after a while, dies.
UK court case
Rachel Clun After a battle in court, a British waiter has won a fight for half of the winnings from a lottery draw worth more than $1.8 million.
Break out trend
Nedahl Stelio Anthony Calva had been seriously contemplating whether to end his relationship for more than a year when one of his closest friends got divorced.
The wealthy elite
John Bingham Rich fear their wealth could be depriving their children of drive and ambition, study finds.
Anyone can be a life coach
Sandy Smith In Australia life coaching is unregulated. Anyone can set themselves up as a life coach and charge hefty fees for trying to help people achieve goals or desires in their personal or professional...
Craig Mathieson The simplest way to determine if someone has a student attending primary school in their life is to mention two words: loom bands.
Alter adrenaline egos
Seemingly straitlaced corporates relish their adventure time and collecting experiences rather than things.
Paula Goodyer There’s a new story emerging about the value of eating fibre-rich foods, and it’s got nothing to do with constipation.
Taking the fun out of food
Farhad Manjoo I just spent more than a week experiencing Soylent, the most joyless new technology to hit the world since we first laid eyes on MS-DOS.
The great escape
MJ Angel Passions; those secret little desires and grandiose, escapist ideas that niggle us deep inside our bellies as we sit in our office or travel to work, taunting, teasing us with the promise of a better...
Cassy Small A growing number of brides are opting to pick up the hot glue gun as they prepare for their special day.
Joanne Brookfield Matchmaking has become a big business.
Katherine Feeney When it comes to finding someone to love, why are we hiding behind our machines? And is this cowardly, or clever? Have we evolved, or devolved, socially speaking?
Katherine Feeney Somewhere between watching 20 strangers kissing for the first time, and writing The Kiss into my scarily-soon-to-be wedding ceremony, I realised something: We don’t give the kiss enough lip service.