Fashion experts were wrong to sneer at online shopping.
Malachy Tallack wrestles with his desire to knit, a practice synonymous with his Fair Isle home.
Chartered Financial Planner and housepricecrash.co.uk spokesman Jonathan Davis puts the case for why
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Three weeks aren't enough to enjoy Christmas to the full.
In the last of his series on Descartes Richard Francks ponders the nature of objectivity
Clothes-eating moths are back - and they're hungry
As winter approaches, Tom de Castella finds that open-air swimming is the best way to beat the blues
Changing your light bulbs may not be enough to save a single polar bear, but there <em>are</em> thin
In his latest blog entry, Malachy Tallack charts the course of food from the field to the freezer
Social workers are underestimating the damage caused by habitual cannabis use, new research suggests
A lick of classy nail polish can help gloss over a bad day.
The demands of the workplace are squeezing our sleep to such an extent people are increasingly turni
Popsocks are useful but unflattering garments.
The real threat to internet users is censorship, not social networking
If you're an outdoors type, it's worth splashing out on wellies.
The Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement's Martin Reynolds on a TV sting to 'out' a prominent Vatican
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Where are all those stylish Italians? I've never met one
My wife has been accusing me of not having enough "Puritan" in my psychology, which is why, apparent
Instead of exhausting your own energy, why not use your opponent's strengths against him?
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Michael Gill <em>HarperCollins, 272pp, £12.99</em>
Elderberry wine recalls the England of Larkin and Amis père
This underused accessory was once a valuable tool
Our own Shazia Mirza has become an icon of Islamic fashion thanks to a style that combines fashion,
Does the Findhorn model have lessons for all of us?
The net flourished only when we ditched the "walled garden" approach
Cookery writers are always changing their recipes - and rightly so
Low-slung trousers offend the eye, but let's not ban them