Lost touch: how a year without hugs affects our mental health. Humans are designed to touch and be touched – which is why so many who live on their own have suffered during the pandemic. Will we ever fully recover?
Covid has made our family a talking point – and cured me of TwitterFriends are fascinated by our symptoms – if a little disappointed we don’t have the delux version of coronavirus
Baby leaves are a joy to grow – and good to eatEven gardeners with limited space can experience the miracle of life with a little crop of salad or herbs
Clap, clap, clap… It’s not only heroes who deserve applause. Binmen, snack makers, coffee, gin, teenagers, unlimited data – there are so many small glories to thank
Bare-faced beauty that takes seconds. A minimal makeup look that really is minimal, plus a highlighter for glowing skin, and hair success outside the salon
Where’s Cookie? Stars help in Epping Forest hunt for runaway whippetSearch for the elusive dog goes viral with celebrity appeals, a crowdfunding campaign and 8,500 Instagram followers
Route vegetables: a four-day, vegetarian-friendly road trip through Mudgee and Orange. NSW’s central west region is already known for its excellent food and fine cool climate wines – but if you don’t eat meat, does its reputation hold up?
The post-high school hole: how to help school leavers in a time of transition. Going into the big wide world is daunting at the best of times, but surely 2020 will stand as the worst year ever to graduate from high school
‘I feel like I’m failing’: Parents’ stress rises over home schooling in Covid lockdownPrimary pupils and parents find higher workload is leading to anxiety, survey finds * Coronavirus – latest updates * See all our coronavirus coverage
Tommy Hilfiger: ‘Sometimes I forget Tommy Hilfiger is my real name’. The designer, 69, on the joy of comfortable clothes, being starstruck by David Bowie and why he is an eternal optimist
Pink walls, blue stairs and yellow handrails: a home renovation full of colour. Miami meets Memphis in this playful London home, where grey was not on the menu
Plant in the wrong spot? Now's the time to move it. Shrubs and trees are dormant, so ease them out of bed and tuck them up tight in the perfect place
Fit in my 40s: I’ve finally found my perfect online dance class – and I’m sticking to itWith choreography drawn from across Africa, and music to match, Kukuwa fitness hits the sweet spot
Which national parks are separated by the M6? The Weekend quiz. From a great dane to ‘Battling’ Barbara Buttrick, test your knowledge with the Weekend quiz
Tim Dowling: the cat has plenty to say. But why should I listen?. ‘Your English is poor,’ I tell him. ‘Your accent is atrocious’
Blind date: ‘I realised my questions were getting a bit intense’. Matt, 32, hydraulic engineer, and Steph, 29, trainee clinical psychologist
Recommitting to resolutions: how to stay on track when things get busyIf a new routine gets derailed, it’s easy to give up entirely. With an increasingly hectic schedule, Brigid Delaney learns how to work around it * Read the previous weeks’ diaries here
Is my marriage over, or am I just exhausted from caring for my mother?. If your husband has always been selfish, maybe you’re seeing what you’ve not allowed yourself to acknowledge before, says Annalisa Barbieri
Like the Joker, my lockdown face has got me laughing at myself in the mirror. The last time I felt like this was when I got glasses in my teens: hello, unibrow and moustache
These famous women are proving that when it comes to fashion, age is nothing but a number.