I love agony aunt columns, where people send in their most intimate dilemmas seeking the advice of an expert
Pooling finances can lead to more openness in a relationship, but can also cause friction
Brianna Parkins: When you are poor or working class, you spend a lot of mental energy and money trying not to look like it
Mercifully, Irish weddings seem to have an inbuilt buffer for guests who got tricked by Google Maps
Budgeting is one of those things we know we should do but end up avoiding because it seems too hard, too boring or just plain miserable
Where did it all go wrong for co-hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby?
You are shopping your trauma around to see who can help fix it without getting ripped off by a cowboy operator
Wild Geese: Stephen Place, Malta
Coming home to bank statements with mysterious charges can cancel out any relaxation the holiday was meant to buy in the first place
Go to bed and ignore your loved ones the old fashioned way, by turning over and reading a book with your back presented to them. Isn’t that better?
Ireland will humble even the most genetically blessed by making them look a bit dorky by the seaside
Drink bans: The local pub is a well established rural panopticon. The walls have eyes and also the Bainisteoir’s phone number
Making a decision to give up work should be more than just a matter of crunching the impact of tax and childcare costs
I have discovered there are helpful and unhelpful things people do when someone dies
Australia is a country that doesn’t mess around much with its constitution. There have only been eight changes since 1901 compared to Ireland’s 32 since 1937