If you want to spot a liar, look at the way their mouth curls when they smile.
Having a mid-life crisis is more common than you may think. But it is not all bad news.
For many people, procrastination is a strong and mysterious force - but it is not well understood.
Getting rid of stuff you don't use may be the hardest part of decluttering. Helen Grange explores ways to donate, recycle or sell your possessions.
IOL Lifestyle readers who live in Gauteng stand a chance to win tickets to the Cell C Johannesburg Polo Classic.
Renee Moodie is sad that the complexity of South Africa's past always gets lost in the needs of nation-building.
Author Fay Weldon has now declared that the feminism movement in 1970s did some women more harm than good.
Despite the obvious limitations, we still keep trying to do many things at the same time, writes Craig Speelman.
Waiters always have their hands full, and that’s apart from carrying dishes from the kitchen to tables, writes Helen Walne.
The first study of creepiness is here. Don't read on if you collect things, have greasy hair or watch birds.
Artist Grayson Perry has launched a stinging verbal attack on Bear Grylls about what it means to be a man.
Beneath the two supermodels' long-time association, their lives have taken different turns, writes Alison Boshoff.
Sarah Vine looks at a new book about the life of Helen Gurley Brown, who invented the concept of 'having it all'.
Renee Moodie says women would do better to change their own behaviour than to gang up on the Cell C head honcho.
Researchers claim to have come up with a formula for the perfect apology.