Lifestyle

When motherhood isn’t the mission

September 24, 2020

Historically, having children soon after marriage was a box to be ticked for women to feel at one with the female community, and to feel as though they were upholding their duty.

Health

Do we really need vitamin shots and IV drips

September 22, 2020

Celebrities such as Chrissy Teigen , Kendall Jenner and Miley Cyrus have been often seen getting a quick fix of vitamins through injections and iv drips  that are meant to boost your energy levels, help with hangovers, strengthen your immune system, make your skin glow and even help you lose weight.

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We need to re-evaluate how we greet our Aunt Flo

August 22, 2020

The recent expulsion of the Tampax advertisement from Irish television has triggered a wave of national debate surrounding the stigmatised, euphemised natural occurrence that is periods.

Food

The truth behind palm oil

August 21, 2020

When it comes to looking at options for cooking oils, palm oil is the most controversial for environmental and health reasons.

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The ancient art of Chakra Meditation

July 21, 2020

In our fast-paced lives we are constantly looking for new ways to slow down and incorporate more peace and stillness into our everyday routines. It may be through Yoga, Pilates or Chakra meditation.Chakra means wheel or cycle and is a wheel like energy that connects the body to the soul.

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How to boost your metabolism

April 15, 2020

The higher the rate is, the more calories you will burn so here are some excellent ways to boost your metabolism.

Lifestyle

A guide for Interrailing around Europe

April 14, 2020

This was a trip that was truly the time of my life where adventure knew no bounds, and each day brought new excitement, laughter and memories that will last a lifetime, this was interrailing 18’.

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Why our eating habits are changing during quarantine

April 13, 2020

Now these “demons” per say aren’t as life threatening or altering as they sound, but finally sorting out your wardrobe after 6 months is not an easy task. Other tasks include resisting the urge to bite your nails, finally throwing old schoolbooks away and not posting on social media every 0.2 seconds. However the biggest task of all is choosing not to live out of your fridge.

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How to exercise at home during quarantine

April 13, 2020

The endlessness of this lockdown seems to make the days fly by and Netflix or Disney+ turn into a daily trap. However, a great way to break up the days is to introduce some sort of exercise regime.

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A look into Hasidic Judaism

April 13, 2020

The religion was founded by rabbi Israel Ben Elizier and originated in Ukraine. There are a number of denominations within Judaism which include: Reform, Conservative, Orthodox and Reconstructionist. Hasidic Judaism is a subset of Orthodox Judaism.

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Irish brands that are combating the Coronavirus pandemic

April 13, 2020

A number of Irish companies are donating food to our frontline workers or vulnerable people forced to cocoon. Fulfil Nutrition who make the Fulfil protein bars have donated 16,000 bars to help “fuel the frontline” as well as giving generously to some influencers’ giveaways. 

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OnlyFans: What is it and can it be dangerous

April 13, 2020

The idea of female nudity instead became associated with sin and shame, a one-way, non-refundable ticket out of The Garden of Eden. It may be acceptable for Adam and Eve to be depicted as naked in the Story of Creation but the taboos of nudity and partial nudity are topics that still create controversy in the 21st century world of Instagram.

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How to make money from decluttering your home

April 13, 2020

Maybe you found your old Nintendo from your childhood or discovered an album of cute baby photographs, or you could be left with a pile of things that you don’t really want or need and have decided that it’s time to let them go.

Food

Is healthy food really more expensive than junk food

April 13, 2020

Cheap and unhealthy food is a quick way out for many students, it’s a low fuss, no effort means of getting fed. However, this can lead to poor eating habits and diets that are high in calories, fat and sugar, but low in nutrients that are found in fresh fruit and vegetables. 

Lifestyle

Concerns over security of Houseparty app

April 13, 2020

Naturally, the nation seems to have turned to websites, apps and extensions that allow us to hang out with our friends from the comfort of our own homes. One such app is Houseparty, who market themselves as “the face to face social network.”

Lifestyle

The disadvantages to working from home

March 31, 2020

According to the 2017 study by Regus, 48 percent reported that children or family demanding attention was the biggest issue when working at home. It can be particularly confusing for children, as your physical presence no longer means access. They may not understand that you have to remain detached and focused on work.

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Best walking trails in Ireland

March 31, 2020

Different counties offer different terrain and scenery, whether you are searching for a challenging hike or a serene stroll, there’s an idyllic walking trail to suit everyone’s needs. 

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Inventive ways in occupying ourselves during isolation

March 29, 2020

Self isolation is hard. Humans naturally crave interaction with others so it’s only a matter of time before loneliness sets in. However, there are things you can do to create a home that repels loneliness and activities that will make you feel more connected to your friends and yourself than ever.

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The beliefs of Islam

March 29, 2020

Allah is God and is viewed as both the creator and the restorer of the world. The word of Allah is known through the sacred test which is the Qur’an, which is the equivalent to the Bible for Christians. Allah delivered the scriptures to Muhammad, his messenger and Muhammad is believed to be the last of the prophets (Adam, Abraham, Moses, Noah, Solomon, Jesus).

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Self care routines perfect for relaxing after stress filled days

March 29, 2020

It’s important to take good care of your body, both physically and mentally every day, not just when you’re feeling sick. Learning how to eat right, exercise regularly and take time-out when you need it are the main aspects of self-care and can help you stay healthy and less stressed.

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Must have gadgets for tech lovers

March 27, 2020

For tech lovers, the search for the next great gadget can be a difficult task. With so many variations of similar products, and an almost never ending stream of gadgets constantly flooding the market, it’s hard to pinpoint that perfect piece of tech you’re after.