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.
OPINION: If California really does slide into the ocean, remember: nothing ever happens to New Zealand in disaster movies.
OPINION: The first rule of antenatal class is you don't talk about antenatal class. It only gives the people with kids permission to talk about their birth horror stories, or deliver their questionable parenting advice.
There's a certain appeal in Palmerston North's mix of ambition and awkwardness.