"It's what happens when you sit outside every night, drinking wine." At least it's better than the Freshman 15, I thought, but is it? That goes on over nine months. This goes on over three, or four if you're lucky.
A few months ago, almost two years after his sister Amy's death at the age of 27, Alex Winehouse was sorting through her possessions and came across a child-size navy blue jumper.
Everyone in Britain has their own stereotype about our neighbours over the Channel, but there is one you can't dispute.
George Osborne, look away now: a new book claims it is seriously bad for our health, and that cutbacks have already had a devastating effect across Europe and North America.
Booze and gambling go together like.
Finally: A website dedicated to our life pursuit.
Occasionally I read articles I wish I had written. (Usually it's by Alain de Botton, but I so totally lack the depth.) In this case, I lack the experience.
I like to drink, and when it comes to a date, there's nothing I like more than pulling up a bar stool and getting a bit tipsy with someone new.
Few things are as British as giving up booze for January. The rest of the world doesn't seem to do this, but then again, they might bot be drinking quite as much, either.
Drug and alcohol problems are rising at an alarming rate in London's financial district, according to the founder of what claims to be the only specialist addiction counselling service based in the Square Mile.