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YOU’s resident astrologer Sally Brompton reveals your horoscope for 3rd-9th May 2021. So, what does the week have in store? SCORPIO 24 Oct-22 Nov Don’t worry if you upset others this week because they need to know you’re not the type to be pushed around. It may mean the end of a...
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Q. My sister is 33 years old and still living with our parents. She shows no sign of moving out, despite being in a stable job and capable of paying rent. I have two worries. The first is she is totally mothered and has never so much as put...
I’m probably going to be considered uncool for admitting this. But I find that sometimes when the world screams ‘March on forward, woman’, I want to dig my heels in (not in any mud, though!) and yell back: ‘I’m staying here – go away!’ For example, have you watched a...
For the first time in 21 years, I am double parking. This is a term I invented to mean going out with two different men in one weekend. Back then, it was the Osama Bin Laden lookalike and the man who became my husband. Osama lost the race to...
aioli
Pick-and-mix platters are perfect for picnics and relaxed alfresco lunches – and the options are endless. Grilled vegetables with green goddess sauce Vegetables cooked over an open flame are a simple delight, but you don’t really need a barbecue for this recipe – you can achieve the same effect by using...
One of the biggest wellness trends to have emerged in 2020 has been the rise of ‘wild’ swimming. People up and down the UK are stripping off and throwing themselves into the nearest lake/pond/sea/puddle like lemmings, much to the horror of the original fans whose niche activity has gone...
Introducing our unmissable new sex columnist, Rosie Green (@lifesrosie).  ‘What do you like in bed?’ Erm, you mean like 1,000-thread-count pillowcases, a memory-foam topper and eggs benedict cheffed up by a Thelma & Louise-era Brad Pitt? ‘No, sexually.’ Whaaattt? Honestly, when I was asked that question by my boyfriend it elicited discomfort levels akin to...
Whether it’s an anniversary rose or a wedding bouquet, flower drying and pressing is having a moment. Interiors editor Nicole Gray visits the florist making them fashionable again The passion for flower preservation and the desire to reconnect with nature have blossomed during lockdown. While we’re still spending a lot of...
The 1990s was an interesting decade. They were my teenage years, I learned to drive, had my first boyfriend and started experimenting with what kind of adult I might become. Culturally, I remember this as an era when young women were encouraged to believe they could do anything and have...
Amanda Fielding
In 1970, Amanda Feilding caused a furore after drilling a hole into her own skull (yes, really!). After decades of being dismissed as an oddball, her belief in the benefits of psychedelic drugs is suddenly being taken seriously. I am not really in love with ketamine,’ states Amanda Feilding, the...

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