6 Things To Do When You’re Feeling Less Than Okay

We all experience periods in our lives, when nothing seems to go according to plan and even the slightest upsets will have you feeling overwhelmed and shaken. When you’re going through a rough patch, it’s so important to take the time to look after yourself and address your own needs before you tackle anything else. […]

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Getting My First Tattoo

Last month, I finally ticked off a bucket list entry that I’ve been wanting to do for so long – got my first tattoo. I’ve always been a big fan of tattoos and see them as a form of art, but in saying that, I do feel that a tattoo should hold some sort of […]

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60’s Time Machine – 5 Vintage Trends That Just Keep Giving

With every season that comes and goes, we witness the rebirth of trends from many different decades and eras. Personally, I feel the fashion of the 1960’s will never really become ‘out dated’, as out of all other decades from the 20th century, it showed the most class, individuality and authenticity. AW 16/17 in particular, […]

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Minding My Mind – The Introduction

Over the last number of weeks, I’ve been contemplating what direction in which I should take my blog next. Recently, I’ve put a big emphasis on writing about heavy, often controversial topics of great interest, importance and meaning to me, from obesity and rape culture to depression and abortion, all of which I believe deserve […]

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How To Start Your Own Blog (And Make A Success Of It)

There are a number of questions I get asked on a regular basis via email/social media, the most common being; (1) how did I get into blogging in the first place, (2) did people judge me, and (3) how do I set myself apart from other bloggers. Whenever I’m asked these sort of questions, I […]

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Γ‰ire, As Sin Amach Scaradar – Why I’ll Have Willingly Left Ireland Forever, By Age 25

Over the last five years, not a week has gone by where I haven’t come across a Facebook airport check-in or Snapchat story from a former schoolmate, neighbour or relative, saying “slΓ‘n abhaile” to their native Ireland, in search of better prospects and opportunities abroad. Whether their destination be Germany, the US, Australia or Dubai, […]

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How To Achieve Your Dream Dressing Room On A High Street Budget

We’ve all been there, one little scroll through Pinterest and we’re lusting after the most luxurious and organised wardrobe spaces our eyes have ever seen. From the endless rows of perfectly arranged stilettos upon pristine shelves to the glamorous light fittings and chrome finishes, it’s no wonder our own wardrobes appear tiny and dissatisfying in […]

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4 Types Of Bloggers The Industry Really Doesn’t Need

Once you become used to the habits and behaviours of your fellow bloggers, it’s pretty easy to figure out who’s genuinely in it for the love of blogging and who’s reasons are a little less than sincere/worthy of respect. Here’s a list of the main toxic blogger types that I feel are making things that […]

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Why I Started Seeing A Therapist & 5 Things It’s Taught Me

The Build Up Earlier this year, I bit the bullet and did something I should have done a long, long time ago –Β  I booked my first appointment with a therapist. For quite some time before that, I’d been feeling increasingly low, lacking motivation and just generally unstable, not to mention incredibly anxious to the […]

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