Is it wise to take parenting lessons from seagulls?. The desperate plight of a fallen fledgling gives Emma a new mission in life
So long shaving, Survivor and whirlwind romances: Melburnians on the lockdown habits they're going to ditch. Back in hard lockdown, 12 Melbourne residents share what they won’t be repeating this time around
How we stay together: 'We've seen so much, and gone through so much'. Anita and Jason Lund have a sense of comfort and ease together. This belies the difficulties they’ve faced, but through it all they’ve made time for each other
French lessons: a family apartment in Paris. A grand Parisian apartment is a family home to four active children and a collection of vintage designs
Lockdown has been a bumpy ride towards rediscovering the joy of our marriage. I looked forward to spending more time with my wife – but it took a while before romance found its way back in
‘When we can, we’d love to throw a party to show it off’: designers on their lockdown DIY. What do you do if you are an artist confined mainly to your home? Transform the place, of course
Which marsupials established a colony in the Peak District? The Weekend quizFrom Key Largo to Matilda, test your knowledge with the Weekend quiz
‘My son was shaking, trying not to go online’: how the gambling industry got its claws into childrenAs the NHS opens its first clinic for child addicts, families are counting the cost of Britain’s high-stakes betting problem
Tim Dowling: Everyone stares. Are they smiling behind their masks?I have to take a bus for the first time in months. Can I pull off a flowered mask for the journey?
Grow it, show it, eat it: gorgeous in bloom, cardoons are like artichoke without the hard work. Beloved by florists and chefs alike, cardoons are worth planting for aesthetics alone, but are as easy on the palate as on the eye
Women still face a medical minefield. Jan Millington of the campaigning group Radiotherapy Action Group Exposure is saddened that women are still not receiving proper care, support and attention to complex needs
I struggle to make and keep friends. What am I doing wrong?Your childhood neglect is at the heart of this, says Annalisa Barbieri. Try to give that little girl in you what she needs now, rather than hoping your friends will
Want to ditch a bad habit? Then just take it one day at a timeWillpower doesn’t always work: instead of trying to force it, you might need to change your settings in a more natural way
I'm worried that my father is smoking and vaping too much. He is vaping the equivalent of 30 cigarettes a day and smoking rollups, but gets angry if criticised about it. What can I do?
I thought the alps of east London were overrated. Now I see their beauty. There is magic in the bleakest urban landscape, if you look hard enough
Being in lockdown has altered our perception of how quickly time is passing, a new study has shown.
My life in sex: the man in a 12-year menage a troisHe visits my wife and I once a month or more. It’s an arrangement that has saved our marriage