Earlier in the decade, I was what you’d call a radical leftie, but I’ve been through that phase and come out the other side of it. Now, I write this from my new home, the political centre.
2018 was a year of excess. In fact, there were many times when I thought the world had completely lost the plot. But there are important lessons amongst the wreckage.
We’re all living it, but the idea of a compelling fiction has long overtaken the concept of dour fact. The only way out, is stepping further into the circles of Hell.
During a YouTube binge, I discovered something. Al from Home Improvement is the man I should have been. I should have taken his lessons on board, instead of laughing at him.
With today being my birthday, I found myself pondering what life has taught me in the previous 26 through (sometimes bitter) experience.
This morning, I opened an email from Cricket Australia apologising for Steve Smith. As it was our volume that enabled the apology, I suggest it’s time we examine ourselves.
If there’s a measure for how bad we’re doing as species, it’s clickbait. So, we’ve done a quick lap of the internet, and here’s what we’ll no longer have moving forward. Shocked? I’m not.
We’re seemingly bound by concept of looking down on those who let themselves go. Can we not just exist on our own level?
Work-life balance is a precarious tightrope to walk. Compared to most of my friends, however, my tip-toed path in achieving it has operated in reverse.
A TBS reader has nobly shared the highs and lows he has experienced as his wife’s condition continues to worsen.
Realist and mental health wiz Polly Chester recently overcame her professional prejudice, via a session with her antagonist: the life coach.
Returning from Europe, Nicholas Harrington describes a problem reanimated by the Cologne attacks – the marginalising of the political Left.
A week after the Paris attacks, actor Hugo Chiarella found himself performing through sobering parallels, causing him to re-examine the events.
Looking at our current Western values, Ingeborg van Teeseling seeks to answer the question: Are we who we claim to be, or something else?
Victoria Cotman explains morality in nerd culture and how those with great power are now teaching us great social responsibility.
The 365 docobites crew are still hanging in Aix en Provence, this time chatting to Dutch docobitee Berthold, who understands all too well the importance of friendship amongst strangers…