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Articles Fashion

3 Designers to Know

The past few weeks have seen some of the world’s capitals cities open their doors (and runways) to the fashion pack, as the Autumn Winter Ready-to-Wear collections for 2016/17 were shown. New York, London, Paris and Milan all took…

Articles Food

Just About Parfait

I still amn’t entirely certain what differentiates a parfait from an ice cream. The general feeling out on that internet is that a parfait is less faffy, you don’t need any fancy machines to prevent the ice crystals taking…

Activities Museum Review

Malahide Castle, co Dublin

Malahide Castle is set on 250 acres of parkland along the beautiful north Dublin coast. Today the castle, with a story dating back to the 12th century, offers visitors a chance to explore the living quarters and the surrounding…

Articles Health Motherhood Parenting

How to Conquer Stress

Looking after children can turn even the most composed and organised person into a stressed out quivering mess wondering quite what it is about dinner time that makes it such a disaster. It’s only a meal you say to…

Articles Health Lifestyle

Depression Confessions

When someone’s life and well-being is at risk, everything else pales in comparison. You start to see what is truly important. Isn’t it a pity that we can’t always do the same for ourselves? This is something that I…