Lifestyle

Grab that nap

March 20, 2019

Sleep deficiency is linked to many chronic health problems, including heart disease, kidney disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, stroke, obesity, and depression,

Lifestyle

Wanderlust- Gyeongju

March 20, 2019

Gyeongju was the capital city of Korea during the 1000-year-long ancient Silla dynasty, and much of its heritage remains in unison with modern life: cafes, restaurants, and brand-name clothes and cosmetic shops.

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Why doing beds is bad for you

March 20, 2019

Testing has shown that 10 minutes in a sunbed is equivalent to 10 minutes sunbathing in the Mediterranean sun, according to WHO

Lifestyle

What does your style say about you?

March 20, 2019

Fashion doesn’t only have one ideology, the concept of fashion can vary from country to country, from different cultures, religions or individual people.

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Surviving as a student in the working world

March 20, 2019

Being very young in a new workplace can be tough. There could be bias against a new person if some employees have the attitude of ‘They won’t be as good because I’m older I know more.’

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J1 Essentials

March 20, 2019

After my J1 in San Francisco there was a few things that I learned that nobody told me before I left.

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Time to talk tampons

March 20, 2019

Everyone has swapped out their daily coffee run with a keep cup and started considering their water use and recycling. However, we forget to consider one of the most obvious options which could make a significant difference not just to our health, but to the environment.

Lifestyle

Consent and self-care

March 6, 2019

Consent is never implied by things like your past behaviour, what you wear, or where you go. Sexual consent should always be clearly communicated there should be no question or mystery. Silence is not consent.

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Clean space, clean mind?

March 6, 2019

Having a clean space can help not only clear your mind but make you feel productive.

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Gap year gains

March 6, 2019

It’s time to start taking advantage of the bank holiday weekends, midterms and reading weeks. A few small breaks spread across the year will allow you to recharge your batteries, over and over again.  

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Red carpet round-up

March 6, 2019

Award season is here and we are breaking down some of the most memorable looks. The fashion stakes were at an all-time high.

Food

Beating binging stigmas

March 6, 2019

The HSE says that binges are often planned in advance, with the individual buying special foods to binge on. The disorder is often easily hidden from those close to the individual as simply putting on weight.

Food

Careful with your cravings

February 20, 2019

Food addiction is much more than a simple craving. It is an obsession that takes over the life of the addict. It’s time to treat with the attention it deserves.

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Surviving couch surfing

February 20, 2019

College is a fun place to expand the mind, open it up to new ideas and progress in life but it’s a huge financial commitment. Mikey Walsh gives his account of dealing with homelessness while studying.

Food

Eating less dairy can save the world

February 20, 2019

As the global population grows from 7 billion in 2010 to a projected 9.8 billion in 2050, and incomes grow across the developing world, overall food demand is on course to increase by more than 50 percent.

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Grub Guide-ThunderRoad Cafe

February 6, 2019

Can this Dublin diner compete with its classier and world-renowned older sister? Check out the Hard Rock rip off to see does it live up to the hype.

Lifestyle

Christmas wishlist

December 12, 2018

So be real with yourself and eliminate expense which could potentially put you in debt come January. It’s time to be smart with your money and not get overwhelmed with the retail frenzy that comes with Christmas.