I can’t be the only one who feels like it’s a full time job (and like it takes a full time wage) to be fashionable these days. Fashion trends change like the wind, and with thousands of products and styles to choose from in hundreds more stores, both online and on the high street, we … Continue reading Are £5 dresses destroying the planet?
I like my hopes and dreams how I like my avocado - smashed.
As someone who spends a large portion of my life sitting on buses, podcasts have been a life changing discovery for me. It’s only been over the last year or two that I’ve become a fan, and it’s an industry that’s recently boomed – meaning there’s a lot of crappy content to wade through to … Continue reading Friday Faves: 7 podcasts you need be listening to
I don’t often find myself agreeing with Kanye West these days. The hugely successful rapper and other half to Kim Kardashian West has experience a fairly negative backlash for voicing some of his controversial views lately, particularly as a result of his backing President Trump. However, I found myself getting behind Yeezy on one particular … Continue reading Crunching Numbers: Can Kanye fix the Social Media Rat Race?
As a Fermanagh native who is about to embark on her fifth year living in the big smoke, I’ve spent almost a half a decade of my life now feeling a bit like the country mouse when he visited the town mouse. In reality, I wouldn’t even class myself as a true country mouse. I … Continue reading What to Expect when you’re a Culchie living in the Big Smoke
Ahead of World Suicide Prevention Day, Monday the 10th September this year, local sports stars from different backgrounds including football, rugby and GAA came together to mark the occasion. Spelling out the word ‘Hope’ in jerseys in front of Stormont’s steps, they remembered the 305 people who lost their lives to suicide in Northern Ireland in 2017 alone. That’s … Continue reading With No Hope at Stormont, we need to have each other’s backs
It’s been a full two weeks since I donned the mortar board and gown and walked across the stage of Belfast’s Waterfront to collect a piece of parchment that I’ve been pouring my blood, sweat and tears into for the past four years of my life. It hasn’t fully sunk in yet. For months, graduation … Continue reading The 4 Life Lessons I Learned at University