End our self-harming celebrity obsession
Admit it — we're not above soap opera addicts, harlequin novel champions or airport mobbing fangirls/boys.
Self-restraint over rules and regulations
Rangsit University recently experienced a tragedy that resulted in the death of a student, along with a few other casualties. The students were on their way home from a night out at a local watering hole near campus when they were attacked.
Life, or something 'like' it
A good friend of mine recently said: "All we are looking for in life is an equal amount of likes from a person that we like."
When we become comfortably numb
When my baby sister was 20 years old, on the cusp of her first degree graduation in Japan, she told me, with all the seriousness and confidence a 20-year-old could muster, that she couldn't bring herself to date men she didn't consider pleasing to the eye.
Our phone obsession is less than smart
I've never been one to care what people have, or don't have. Well, sometimes I care whether they have brains, intellect, manners and, OK, a little taste would go a long way in my book, too. But I recently stumbled upon someone who doesn't have one particular thing, and I was surprised how shocked I was. I met a guy who doesn't own a mobile phone.
Flying into a rage
For those who can afford it, travelling has become one of life's essentials.
Hands up, it's the moral police!
Over the weekend, one of Thailand's biggest music events, Big Mountain Music Festival (BMMF), drew huge crowds.
Ain’t no such thing as a free lunch
I may not be Bodyslam’s biggest fan, but I have a lot of respect for Thailand’s biggest rock band — its unflinching dedication to its art and musical advancement doesn’t seem rest on its laurels or established fame. I understand why the band is where it is today, and I’m convinced it deserves its place in Thai music history.
Life, as we know it
It’s inevitable that we all mellow out as we age. We become more relaxed and it’s much easier to let things go. That tormenting fire inside — substituted by calmness — seems to die down as we head towards death.
Not easy being big
As a fat person, I can attest that we all wish to be "normal" size, but losing weight is not something that happens easily, writes a Post reporter.