Valentines is just around the corner and whether you’re celebrating with a loved one, friends or bravely going on a first date there’s nothing better than some good food, being waited on and sharing a bottle of wine. I have come up with a Louth Dining Out Deals guide for Valentines to help you make… Read More Valentines Dining Out Deals – Louth
It’s the final countdown to Christmas day and that means we have only a few precious days and evenings left to finish the Christmas shopping! The shops are all opening late, so there is no excuse to be a last-minute Christmas Eve shopper, especially when I’m here to provide my final gift guide. Pretty PJ’s … Read More Christmas Gift Guide – Last Minute Shopping Guide & Tips
Makeup is a minefield at the best of times, but for those who don’t know their Anastasia Beverly Hills to their Estee Lauder, their primer to their setting spray, I’m here to help! The make up industry is booming with MUA YouTubers a dime a dozen and Instagram MUA’s releasing a new range every… Read More Christmas Gift Guide – MakeUp Shopping For Dummies
The Late Late Toy Show is over for another year, but that means Christmas is just beginning. Now we are into December the countdown is really on to the big C. If you have yet to start your Christmas shopping let this serve you as a friendly and festive reminder to START!! There is nothing… Read More Christmas Gift Guide – Gift Sets Dos, Donts and Top Picks
Happy Halloween! It’s Halloween, time to think up your best costume, ladies that doesn’t mean you can just put ‘sexy’ in front of something, men avoid all offensive/sensitive topics, however relevant or funny. It’s one of my favourite times of the year to celebrate, but it doesn’t come without its warnings. No I’m not talking… Read More Tips & Tricks for a Happy Halloween
Have you heard of Mrs Hinch or ‘hinching’? Has someone in your house referred to dishcloths as Minkeh, called a duster Dave or turned your cupboards into their ‘Narnia’? Cleaning is the newest craze to sweep the internet after Sophie Hinchcliffe, aka known as Mrs Hinch, became an online sensation after filming herself cleaning her… Read More Mrs Hinch Hype – Cleaning Account or So Much More?
Today marks 17 years since 9/11. To many it is just a terrible tragedy in history, to me it is much more. That day will forever be etched in my memory, my dads memory and my entire families, who were back in Ireland waiting on the call to make sure I was OK……make sure I was… Read More 9/11 – My Experience
In recent years we have seen graffiti transformed from what was once a criminal act to accredited art, so is it time to invest in this form of street art? With towns littered with dilapidated buildings, unused stores, grime filled alleyways, should we be looking to commissioned graffiti pieces as a way of cleaning up… Read More Graffiti, Art or Criminal Act?
The Rose of Tralee Festival gets underway this week with the 2018 Rose of Tralee being crowned on Tuesday the 21st August. This time last year I was in their shoes and know exactly the excitement, nerves and surrealism she will be experiencing. The Rose of Tralee continues to remain popular, not without criticism of course, 59 years… Read More Rose of Tralee, Outdated or Modern Celebration of Women?
The Summer is in full swing and already there have been festivals and concerts that bring music lovers, food fanatics and even exercise enthusiasts together. I may not get to a festival this year, but I am lucky enough to get to Marlay Park to see Bruno Mars, thanks to 98FM who picked me as… Read More Festival Survival Tips & Tricks