It's time for another installment of Pot Psychology, the biweekly "advice" column in which we attempt to solve everyone's problems with an herbal remedy
In a new column, Doree Shafrir reflects on life in her thirties. In this installment, she visits a certain precious 80s TV drama and finds that nothing much has changed when it comes to women, work and the mommy wars.
The Brits really seem to be in a state of sartorial unrest. And now, just when you thought things couldn't get any worse, The Daily Telegraph's Sarah Mower has begun championing "The New Puritanism" — a tragic look heralded by the return of the shoulder pad: