Redefining Sexy: The Bare Necessities

  The word sexy, a derivative of sex, describes an individual, a behaviour or an item that is seductive and alluring to the eye. What is considered “sexy” is subjective, changing across regions, countries, and subcultures. A number of factors have influenced what is viewed as appealing including regional temperature, i.e. hot or cold climates, history,…

Relationships: When Lovers are Colleagues

Well known artists have coupled up through history to bring the greatest and most revolutionary work of their time. Vincent Van Gogh advised, “what is done in love is done well”. From Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, to Pablo Picasso and Françoise Gilot, Helmut & June Newton, these partners have had collaborative relationships sparking some of…

Relationships: Healthier Work and Intimate Life

Interpersonal relationships constitute a large part of human development on a personal and professional level. Consequently, the success of any business organization or family household is directly linked to how healthy those relationships are. A relationship is formed by the different dynamics that two people put on the table. It can be romantic, professional, social,…