It’s no secret that Ireland both North and South haven’t been the best at coping with the Covid-19 situation. In saying that, it’s not like any country or government could have prepared for the pandemic. I going to be reflecting on a few, let’s call them “situations” that have happened over the last couple of
I’ll get straight to the point here, let’s face it. There are so many places in Ireland that maybe you don’t care for or maybe you haven’t even heard of. Yes, I agree it’s fabulous to visit other countries, but why not try exploring our own for a change? Even if it’s just for a
Home for the next 14 weeks… Wow! Where do I even begin to describe the BEST summer of my entire life? Well… The 8th June, 2018 at Dublin Airport <DUB>. The day I left all my friends and family behind for 14 weeks to go and work at a summer camp, in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
Guinness, a pint of plain, Irish champagne, the black stuff: its iconic. For a 22 year old girl I usually get a lot of stick and raised eyebrows when I order a pint of stout in a bar, however I would have to admit that I am quite the Guinness Connoisseur “an expert judge in
Although I may not be a fitness fanatic nor play any sports (I once did, trust me), I am a huge follower of the GAA, both in my local club and county. In most recent years it has come to my attention the tremendous effects and benefits Public Relations has had on GAA and it
Following on from Hannah’s post (read here) regarding involuntarily taking three weeks away from social media, I thought I’d post about a similar situation that happened to me over the last few weeks. My iPhone has well and truly gone to phone heaven at this stage but I’m not so sure if all of my
Belfast is fast becoming one of the most popular city breaks in Europe and with so much to do here, it’s no surprise. The history, culture, people and music are just some of the reasons as to why so many people are choosing our wee city to visit. I had the opportunity to work in