Monthly Archives: February 2018

Top Irish Festivals Worth Getting to This March

By Zuzanna Piasek | February 27, 2018 | (No) | 3794
What better way than to start off Spring than with a goold ol’ fashioned festival, once the snow doesn’t last too long that is! As the flowers are blooming and the sun is rising to the top of the sky, Ireland offers us some brilliant festivals to dance to while the days get longer. There’s an exciting event in here for every taste imaginable so let’s get to it! 1. Ennis Book Club Festival This festival offers a mix of readings, discussion, comedy and chat in one of Ireland’..

Irish Instagram Accounts: Who You Need To Follow

By Olivia Virlan | February 25, 2018 | (No) | 455
Since its launch in 2010, Instagram has become the most sought after mobile app, reaching 500 million daily users. It’s known as one of the best platforms for celebrities and social influencers to engage with their fans and for ordinary people to share their favourite pics. We’ve all become too familiar with the insta-food pics, the “OOTD” (outfit of the day) pics and the dog pics which seem to flood our Instagram feeds, or maybe just mine. But given the sheer number of ..

6 of the Best Restaurants for Clean Eating in Waterford

By Niamh Murray | February 24, 2018 | (No) | 4485
Our latest healthy food guide has heaps of delicious restaurants at the ready. From beautiful Mediterranean dishes to organic bliss, there are so many wonderful ways to enjoy a few hours of clean eating in Waterford. As we all know, it can be hard to find an eatery that gives the consumer the best of both worlds, tasty and healthy food. But these six restaurants are definitely worth a go if you find yourself in the The Gentle County, let’s tuck in! MOMO Restaurant Located at 47 Patrick St..

Has The Mourinho Hype Train Finally Derailed?

By Evan Coughlan | February 21, 2018 | (No) | 476
After Manchester United’s defeat to Newcastle, in there last Premier League outing, José Mourinho looked fed up. In fact, ever since taking the reins at Manchester United in 2016 José’s seemed fatigued by the day to day scrutiny of being a Premier League manager. So, is the hype train that started chugging along at speed, all those years ago, about to derail? Well, to find out, we really must go back to where it all began for José. A Whirlwind Arrival On March 9th 2004, Porto scored a las..

Simple Ways of Looking After Your Mental Health In 2018

By Zuzanna Piasek | February 20, 2018 | (No) | 441
Whether you are a student or just starting out at a new job, life can get a little bit stressful for everyone now and then. Thankfully, there are plenty of simple ways of looking after your mental health in 2018. It is really important to treat yourself and in a world so fast paced, take a minute to slow down and take a deep breath. Reading Reading can be very relaxing, no matter what you read from fiction to reality or even just a magazine. Taking ten minutes out of your day or even on a lunch ..

The Best Upcoming Comedy Gigs In Dublin and Beyond

By Amy Meegan | February 19, 2018 | (No) | 800
Laughter’s the best medicine; trust me, it’s science. Research examining the effects of laughing has shown that regular bursts of chuckling can benefit our heart health, our mental health and our relationships. So get rid of those negative-craic people in your life, get out there and have a good laugh! But I suppose you’re wondering – “where do I go to get my good laugh?”. Well, wonder no more, we at The Sharpe have got you covered. Vicar Street Synonymous wit..

Irish Players That Need To Be Capped This Year

By Stephen Kierans | February 18, 2018 | (No) | 1305
For the last few years, the Ireland national squad has been crying out for a revamp. The introduction of fresh, hungry, young new talent is something that we are in dire need of. With such an ageing squad , it is still baffling that the wide array of talent is being overlooked. Trapattoni was long criticised for this as he tended to stick with his experienced players whilst disregarding young talent coming through. Players like James McCarthy, Robbie Brady and Séamus Coleman were just a few of ..

Essentials You Need in Your Kitchen for a Vegan Diet

By Zuzanna Piasek | February 16, 2018 | (No) | 509
When it comes to everyday cooking, there are a few must have essentials for a vegan diet. We have come up with some of the best ingredients and utensils to keep in the kitchen that will get you fully prepared to embark on a Vegan lifestyle! 1. A Blender A blender is key when moving to a the vegan diet as many recipes include sauces, smoothies or even breakfast’s that need to be blended. The result is often delicious and it is definitely worth investing in a good blender. You will save time whe..

Coolest Men’s Fashion Collections Coming in Spring 2018

By Niamh Murray | February 13, 2018 | (No) | 841
Today’s fashion industry is fast phased. Sometimes keeping up with trends each season can be difficult for guys. Here we will be discussing the key trends and style that Designers had to offer on the catwalk for Spring 2018. We will also be giving out some insights and letting lads know where they can find inspiration to pull off the looks, by including fashion on the High Street at a fraction of the price. The Pinstripe Suit The classic and powerful pinstripe suit has made it’s comeback thi..

The Best Fitness Classes and Activities Dublin Has To Offer

By Amy Meegan | February 12, 2018 | (No) | 1522
Give yourself a pat on the back – you’ve made it through January. The month with five Mondays is finally over and spring has sprung. Spring is the season of new beginnings – snowdrops poke up through the soil, baby animals bounce around the fields and we humans seem to come to life again after hibernating for the winter months. So, why not embrace this season of new beginnings and try out some of the best fitness classes and activities that Dublin has to offer. There really is something fo..

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Monthly Archives: February 2018

Top Irish Festivals Worth Getting to This March

By Zuzanna Piasek | February 27, 2018 | (No) | 3794
What better way than to start off Spring than with a goold ol’ fashioned festival, once the snow doesn’t last too long that is! As the flowers are blooming and the sun is rising to the top of the sky, Ireland offers us some brilliant festivals to dance to while the days get longer. There’s an exciting event in here for every taste imaginable so let’s get to it! 1. Ennis Book Club Festival This festival offers a mix of readings, discussion, comedy and chat in one of Ireland’..

Irish Instagram Accounts: Who You Need To Follow

By Olivia Virlan | February 25, 2018 | (No) | 455
Since its launch in 2010, Instagram has become the most sought after mobile app, reaching 500 million daily users. It’s known as one of the best platforms for celebrities and social influencers to engage with their fans and for ordinary people to share their favourite pics. We’ve all become too familiar with the insta-food pics, the “OOTD” (outfit of the day) pics and the dog pics which seem to flood our Instagram feeds, or maybe just mine. But given the sheer number of ..

6 of the Best Restaurants for Clean Eating in Waterford

By Niamh Murray | February 24, 2018 | (No) | 4485
Our latest healthy food guide has heaps of delicious restaurants at the ready. From beautiful Mediterranean dishes to organic bliss, there are so many wonderful ways to enjoy a few hours of clean eating in Waterford. As we all know, it can be hard to find an eatery that gives the consumer the best of both worlds, tasty and healthy food. But these six restaurants are definitely worth a go if you find yourself in the The Gentle County, let’s tuck in! MOMO Restaurant Located at 47 Patrick St..

Has The Mourinho Hype Train Finally Derailed?

By Evan Coughlan | February 21, 2018 | (No) | 476
After Manchester United’s defeat to Newcastle, in there last Premier League outing, José Mourinho looked fed up. In fact, ever since taking the reins at Manchester United in 2016 José’s seemed fatigued by the day to day scrutiny of being a Premier League manager. So, is the hype train that started chugging along at speed, all those years ago, about to derail? Well, to find out, we really must go back to where it all began for José. A Whirlwind Arrival On March 9th 2004, Porto scored a las..

Simple Ways of Looking After Your Mental Health In 2018

By Zuzanna Piasek | February 20, 2018 | (No) | 441
Whether you are a student or just starting out at a new job, life can get a little bit stressful for everyone now and then. Thankfully, there are plenty of simple ways of looking after your mental health in 2018. It is really important to treat yourself and in a world so fast paced, take a minute to slow down and take a deep breath. Reading Reading can be very relaxing, no matter what you read from fiction to reality or even just a magazine. Taking ten minutes out of your day or even on a lunch ..

The Best Upcoming Comedy Gigs In Dublin and Beyond

By Amy Meegan | February 19, 2018 | (No) | 800
Laughter’s the best medicine; trust me, it’s science. Research examining the effects of laughing has shown that regular bursts of chuckling can benefit our heart health, our mental health and our relationships. So get rid of those negative-craic people in your life, get out there and have a good laugh! But I suppose you’re wondering – “where do I go to get my good laugh?”. Well, wonder no more, we at The Sharpe have got you covered. Vicar Street Synonymous wit..

Irish Players That Need To Be Capped This Year

By Stephen Kierans | February 18, 2018 | (No) | 1305
For the last few years, the Ireland national squad has been crying out for a revamp. The introduction of fresh, hungry, young new talent is something that we are in dire need of. With such an ageing squad , it is still baffling that the wide array of talent is being overlooked. Trapattoni was long criticised for this as he tended to stick with his experienced players whilst disregarding young talent coming through. Players like James McCarthy, Robbie Brady and Séamus Coleman were just a few of ..

Essentials You Need in Your Kitchen for a Vegan Diet

By Zuzanna Piasek | February 16, 2018 | (No) | 509
When it comes to everyday cooking, there are a few must have essentials for a vegan diet. We have come up with some of the best ingredients and utensils to keep in the kitchen that will get you fully prepared to embark on a Vegan lifestyle! 1. A Blender A blender is key when moving to a the vegan diet as many recipes include sauces, smoothies or even breakfast’s that need to be blended. The result is often delicious and it is definitely worth investing in a good blender. You will save time whe..

Coolest Men’s Fashion Collections Coming in Spring 2018

By Niamh Murray | February 13, 2018 | (No) | 841
Today’s fashion industry is fast phased. Sometimes keeping up with trends each season can be difficult for guys. Here we will be discussing the key trends and style that Designers had to offer on the catwalk for Spring 2018. We will also be giving out some insights and letting lads know where they can find inspiration to pull off the looks, by including fashion on the High Street at a fraction of the price. The Pinstripe Suit The classic and powerful pinstripe suit has made it’s comeback thi..

The Best Fitness Classes and Activities Dublin Has To Offer

By Amy Meegan | February 12, 2018 | (No) | 1522
Give yourself a pat on the back – you’ve made it through January. The month with five Mondays is finally over and spring has sprung. Spring is the season of new beginnings – snowdrops poke up through the soil, baby animals bounce around the fields and we humans seem to come to life again after hibernating for the winter months. So, why not embrace this season of new beginnings and try out some of the best fitness classes and activities that Dublin has to offer. There really is something fo..

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