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A divorce kit and a wedding invite

‘The good news is that I can get a divorce through Tesco for £65,’ my friend said after announcing her separation. ‘It has cost me £50 per date,’ another girlfriend said, referring to her only date since paying her subscription … Read more →

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Stéphanie Tumba

Stéphanie Tumba knows a bit about love and romance. The former fashion marketer, property investor and financial consultant turned entrepreneur is a divorcée and head of dating agency—Celest Connections. Interestingly, this latest business venture began life as a blog: while

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The Mother’s Day gift that lasts forever: wardrobe therapy to bring out her best

A gift that will lift her mood and spirits way beyond Mother’s Day: wardrobe therapy to bring out the best in your mother with a little help from style consultant Lauren Manville.

Lauren Manville Style is more about empowering women … Read more →

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Valentine’s Day Suggestions

My husband aside, I have always attracted men who dismiss Valentine’s Day as commercial nonsense, a conspiracy between card manufacturers and florists to make idiots of us all (no bouquets for me then). Fair enough—it probably is.

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Ellenborough Park, Gloucestershire

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There he stood, one eyebrow cocked suggestively, beautifully attired, clearly a wealthy aristocrat and disarmingly handsome—it was love at first sight and the first tantalising hint of a fabulous evening to come. Then I realised it was just … Read more →

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The rise of Men Going Their Own Way

Monique forwarded me the Sunday Times article on MGTOW (Men Going Their Own Way; pronounced ‘mig-tau’), Meet the men giving up on women, in which Martin Daubney interviews members of the online community, and describes how the movement’s male … Read more →

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WLG on too much, too soon

At first I thought Tom was a bit down when we met at West Thirty Six on Saturday evening, but after we’d ordered a couple of 36 Collins I discovered he was knackered. A Tinder match on Thursday led to … Read more →

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How to make the most of singlehood

A glut of books, claiming to be humorous, are vying for attention this Christmas. As a fan of his regular Guardian column, I rather like the sound of Tim Dowling’s timely – considering Christmas is peak divorce season – How Read more →

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Wilma Mae Basta

What inspired your love of vintage fashion?

That’s a complex question because I’m comfortable with my own style and not influenced by trends. I wanted to create my own look and found it hard with contemporary clothing. Vintage allowed me … Read more →

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Grand Toplice Hotel, Lake Bled, Slovenia

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Set in the stunning alpine resort of Bled (Bled Castle is located directly opposite and stands above the lake with the Julian Alps in the background), just 35km from Ljubljana airport, the Grand Hotel Toplice has a rich … Read more →

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