Growing up in West Limerick, I always spent at least a week every Summer down in Kerry. While my parents beach town of choice was Ballyheigue back in the day, I now go to Ballybunnion when I get the chance. I hadn’t been down here in almost two years so my friend and I decided… Continue reading An Evening In Kerry
Having been to about seven major festivals in the last three Summers, in a range of different countries and settings and I’ve learned a thing or two along the way. My first festival was Ultra Europe in Croatia in 2014 and the last I attended was Electric Daisy Carnival in London last year (which has… Continue reading Five Festival Tips This Summer!
Tallinn, Estonia is definitely an under rated city in Europe. Having not known many people who have gone there (only one person to be honest!) we blindly made a decision to go – and I’m so happy we did! I will pull no punches and say that there isn’t a huge amount of things to… Continue reading Discovering Tallinn Old Town
It’s finally May, and with that brings the beginning of Summer – and the ‘Bikini Body’ phases that will be plastered all over Social Media. Everywhere you look will tell you the different ways that you too can achieve your bikini body and friends who don’t need to lose weight will start to worry about… Continue reading Why The ‘Bikini Body’ Concept Is Bullsh*t
I read a post this morning about how not everyone has the ability to travel. Not just because people deem it to be ‘expensive’ but that the ability to put your life on pause and leave everything just isn’t a viable option for some people. We don’t all have the privilege to pick up sticks and… Continue reading The Privilege Of Travel
I said I was going to explore more of Ireland this Summer, and since I am currently living in Dublin what better place to start?! Over the last few weekends (and parts of last year too) I have made it my business to explore this county beyond Grafton Street and its surroundings. The city has… Continue reading Eight Walks To Do In Dublin
Why is it that we always feel like the grass is always greener on the other side? With more and more of my friends moving away to work in Australia, Canada, England, UAE and even Mexico it gets increasingly harder to remember why I choose not to work abroad. I have, and always will have my reasons… Continue reading The Struggle Of Not Immigrating