Our resident Sexpert gives us her no-nonsense take on office sex…
Can I sleep with my boss? Can I sleep with my co-worker? Or, do I need to update my resume? These are the questions that fixate themselves in people’s minds as they walk robotically back and forth to the office water-cooler. Let’s face it, work can be monotonous, tedious… and so on. Having sex at work is one’s only retort.
GRINDING WHILST GRINDING
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“YOU JUST KILLED OSAMA BIN LADEN.”
As this month marks the 10th anniversary of Osama bin Laden's death, former U.S. Navy SEAL ROBERT O’NEILL shares his incredible story about the night he fired the shots that killed the al-Qaeda leader. In this edited extract from his book The Operator, O’Neill tells us how eliminating the world’s most wanted terrorist, during the raid at his Abbottabad compound on May 1, 2011, all went down…
The successful pageant model, talented artist, rising actress and reigning Miss Bikini United States, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business, proves you can achieve absolutely anything with the right mindset...
— Eric Bana — THE DRY LOOK
Eric Bana may be the star of Robert Connolly’s mystery thriller The Dry, one of the biggest Australian box office hits in years, but it’s his suave wardrobe that’s the real scene stealer. To coincide with the film’s digital release, MAXIM sat down with AFI award-winning costume designer CAPPI IRELAND (above) to talk practical dressing, wheat farmers and Tom Ford sunglasses…
METEOR ON THE HORIZON
Bugatti’s radically-lightweight new fireball the Bolide...
The ARCHITECT'S ELIXIR
One-hundred and fifty collectors have the opportunity to acquire HENNESSY X.O decanters created by the great Frank Gehry...
MARATHON MAN Turning Right At The Garden Gate
Ultra-runner KAY BRETZ beat the race record of Australia’s Big Red Run by more than five hours and was awarded the Ultra Performance of the Year Award at the 24-hour world championships in France — but it took a significant change in mindset to do it. In this excerpt from his latest book, the elite athlete shares his amazing personal journey on overcoming physical, mental and professional challenges to achieve his success…
She is wild and free. She was born to travel. She is a model, influencer, media assistant, yoga teacher and personal trainer, but her goal is to work less and live more. She is a nomad with a strong need to experience and understand the world around us. And she prefers to do it all while wearing only her bikinis…
Sydney-based couple SCOTT & MINA O’NEILL retired at 28 after building a $20 million commercial property portfolio in just 10 years. They also set up their own business, to help thousands of others on the same road, and in this edited extract from their new book they share some insight on how you can do it, too…
Pot pesto, hemp-smoked soft cheese, craft cocktails, pizza with marijuananara sauce, weed flour and even Hashish Fudge. Yes, we take a look at the future of “high dining” and the talented chefs leaving their jobs at esteemed restaurants to produce cutting-edge cannabis concoctions…
Training For Your Life
MAXIM fitness guru ALEXA TOWERSEY takes you on a personal journey on how fitness can be beneficial to your mental health…
What Was The Office? – 4. The Relationships Were Deliciously Complex
In those pre-cell days, the smallest personal revelation felt like making noise in a bathroom or having sex within other people’s hearing
The Yesteryear Issue – While You Were Truly Out
What I want out of office gossip is what Herman Melville delivers in “Bartleby, the Scrivener,” Ur-text of Manhattan office life. Imagine hearing it over happyhour beers some Thursday night.
Wartime Rationing Changed How America Ate for a Century. The Pandemic Will Do the Same.
The government tried to stabilize the Nation’s food supply 80 years ago. Its efforts backfired.
SWISS POLICE RAID OVER HACK ON U.S. SECURITY-CAMERA COMPANY
Swiss authorities confirmed a police raid at the home of a Swiss software engineer who took credit for helping to break into a U.S. security-camera company’s online networks, part of what the activist hacker cited as an effort to raise awareness about the dangers of mass surveillance.
DEPARTMENT SAYS DETECTIVES USED FACIAL RECOGNITION PROGRAM
Virginia Beach police admitted last week that some of their detectives used a controversial facial recognition program during criminal investigations, according to a report.
A Crisis With No End in Sight
The opioid epidemic has worsened with Covid as overdoses reach new highs
THE CONFOUNDING INSISTENCE ON INNOCENCE
TEN YEARS AFTER HER DEBUT STORY COLLECTION, BEFORE YOU SUFFOCATE YOUR OWN FOOL SELF, MARKED HER ARRIVAL AS A BOLD NEW VOICE IN AMERICAN SHORT FICTION, DANIELLE EVANS RETURNS WITH HER SECOND, THE OFFICE OF HISTORICAL CORRECTIONS, A TIMELY RECKONING WITH, AMONG OTHER THINGS, AMERICA’S HISTORY OF RACIALIZED VIOLENCE.
From Coworking to Co-Leading
Shelley Bade has had a complex journey with the coworking franchise Office Evolution. It began as a competitor, then turned into a support system when she needed it the most.
A Cubicle Never Looked So Good
What we lose when we have to work from home
THE DESIGNATED SURVIVOR
How I stepped up to guide my daughter’s company in the middle of a pandemic.