OPINION: A work move has Craig Cliff fondly revisiting ghosts of offices past.
OPINION: A wedding puts the fate of the nation in Craig Cliff's hands.
OPINION: We were just about to break for lunch when I got the text. "At hospital with Lia. She had a seizure. Came in ambulance so it would be cool if you could get the car and meet me here."
OPINION: Craig Cliff listens to the voice in his head and finds out what it's like to be Liam.
OPINION: Craig Cliff unveils an ingenious new diet inspired by his toddler. Eat as if you only have six teeth.
Male or female, it's tough being young - and it seems manliness is under attack from tired old myths, again.
OPINION: If you are feeling your age, Craig Cliff's advice is to look for distractions.
OPINION: In the post-Christmas haze, Craig Cliff dreams small.
OPINION: Accumulating desirable items staved off the boredom of pre-internet childhood, writes Craig Cliff.
OPINION: We're on a bus tour of Washington DC when someone asks, 'So, the government shutdown ended, right?'
OPINION: The people of Iowa City are a welcoming bunch. People of all ages wear T-shirts with "IOWA" printed in the front to help weary travellers who might become confused about where they are.
OPINION: I don't believe anyone who says winter is their favourite season. Not in New Zealand.
Male grooming has come a long way in the past 20 years - but not for everyone.
OPINION: The world was once a beautiful garden where everyone paid for music.
There's a new game in town, and it's one for the beer pong generation - hopefully it'll be huge.
OPINION: Travelling on an aircraft with a baby can be a somewhat challenging experience.
OPINION: As the old saying goes, "If the great-grandmothers won't come to the baby, the baby must go to the great-grandmothers". And so we found ourselves rushing to the airport one Friday evening with a well-fed, clean-nappied 11-week-old, but with little margin for error if we wanted to make our flight to Christchurch.
Even the most emotionally unco-ordinated man must have a few tricks up his sleeve for Valentines Day.
OPINION: My summer reading this year has been dominated by the westerns of Louis L'Amour.
Perhaps it's the glow of new fatherhood, but the year ahead is looking like it'll be a good one.