DIARY: You could star in your own C4 show, and all you have to do is relax

Stressed out? In need of a break from picky clients and unreasonable bosses? Can’t turn your mobile off for fear of missing that crucial big- account-win call?

Stressed out? In need of a break from picky clients and unreasonable

bosses? Can’t turn your mobile off for fear of missing that crucial big-

account-win call?



Then what you need is a weekend at a health farm. Henlow Grange health

farm in Bedfordshire, to be precise.



Because Channel 4 is making a documentary on stress in the 90s and it

wants to film ‘a professional who is always running around like crazy’

chilling out there.



So we thought, hey, advertising, now there’s a profession, there’s a

stressful job, and we felt that one of you lot would be perfect for it

because, well, you just work too damn hard.



You can have anything from a seaweed wrap to a Thai massage or a cold

press thingy that evidently combats water retention or something.



The catch is that you have to pay for the weekend (we are talking

Channel 4 here, remember), but the exposure would make a nice ad for you

and your agency. Think of the brownie points back at the office, the

appreciative smiles on the clients’ faces, the accelerated career path,

the instantly inflated salary...



Contact Fiona Calvert on 0171-267 9399, then contact us, because we want

the funny pix.



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