Monthly Archives: July 2018

The Minifootball Association of Ireland & the 2018 European Championships: The Irish Squad – Part 3

By Emmet Switzer | July 29, 2018 | (No) | 2988
The 2018 MiniEuros are drawing closer by the week and excitement levels at the Minifootball Association of Ireland are at an all time high. The governing body for 6 a side soccer in Ireland want to introduce you to the finer details of the sport, and of course, the 2018 national squad. Knowing the players, and the game will make it much easier to follow and support the team in Kiev next month. Have you missed out on the start of our minifootball series? Then we would recommend checking out Part ..

Five Ways Social Media Is Using Your Information

By Zuzanna Piasek | July 25, 2018 | (No) | 1426
With all the recent tech scandals about how social applications can use your information, we thought it might be useful for you to find out what kind of information each app takes from you. For the most part, it’s pretty easy to change the way the application takes certain information and uses it. But you might learn something new which you never even thought of before. Follow the countdown as we talk about what each platform takes and how your data is used. We will discuss the most popula..

48 Hours In Ireland… The Ultimate Staycation Guide

By theSharpeUser | July 23, 2018 | (No) | 2708
Staycays are the new vacays thanks to the new-wave and old-school destinations and experiences our little gem of an island has to offer. Planning on visiting Dublin, Cork, Limerick or Galway? Well if you’re away in one of our great cities for 48 hours then read on for all the best things to see, do and eat for a fabulous weekend. There’s nothing more satisfying than the ease of a staycation. Finishing work on a Friday afternoon and hitting the road, knowing what the weather will be like ..

Injury Prevention & Recovery Guide for The GAA Championship: Part 1 – Player Preparation

By Aidan Raftery | July 21, 2018 | (No) | 3145
In Gaelic football, Hurling, Ladies Gaelic football and Camogie, injuries can and will occur. Just like any other sport, the injuries that can be sustained in the GAA will vary. All four are very physical sports and they carry their own unique dangers. There are lots of demands on these players despite the fact they are amateur sports, thereby increasing the element of pressure in the game. Science in the GAA The approach regarding preparation in training and matches in all aspects of the GAA ha..

Ready For The Real World – Events across Ireland in July 2018

By theSharpeUser | July 18, 2018 | (No) | 211
Ready for the Real World – Events across Ireland in July 2018 As part of their campaign to help you get Ready for the Real World, Liberty Insurance have shared a list of some fun Irish events taking place. Here is a guide to some of the best things happening across Ireland this July. 6th – 8th City Spectacular – Dublin & Cork Featuring some of the best in international street performance including a woman who can fire a bow and arrow using her feet, a piano juggler, and lots, lots ..

How To Stand Out From The Crowd with Festival Fashions

By Zuzanna Piasek | July 15, 2018 | (No) | 1892
Festival season is now upon us. Not only is it fun to listen to all the hottest acts right now, part of the appeal is also to stand out from the crowd with all the latest festival fashions. We’ve got the finest looks and styles for both guys and girls to wear this summer. So, get ready to catch everyone’s eye with your dazzling outfit at some of biggest festivals that Ireland has to offer.  1. Trendy Looks @Longitude Longitude kicked off this weekend at in Marlay Park and the 3 day part..

Cool Irish Companies To Buy From

By Tahlia Peppard | July 12, 2018 | (No) | 1191
With big multi-national companies creating monopolies and all that confusing stuff, now is as good a time as any to start supporting local brands and buying from local companies. By supporting local companies, you take business away from those corporations that abuse their status and help a family run business, or 2 people who decided to invent something or even kids that came up with a really cool concept. So, in today’s article, we’ll be listing some Irish companies that you should definit..

9 Things Women Do To Look More Attractive That Men Don’t Know About

By Tahlia Peppard | July 10, 2018 | (No) | 254
Ah, the secret world of women and what we get up to. This is a rather funny topic because there are so many things that men don’t know about women. I’m sure if we let men in on our secrets and our thought processes, they would be shocked to find out what we have to go through (I’m sure the opposite is true), but for the purposes of this article, I will be discussing the 9 things that women do that men don’t know about to look more attractive. I’m sure there will be a few on this list t..

Things to do in Ireland this Summer

By Tahlia Peppard | July 9, 2018 | (No) | 810
Ah, Summer, the time for relaxation, parties, holidays, sun and much more is almost upon us, but I know that some of you may struggle with what to do in Ireland and have had many a summer where you basically do nothing (I can relate). Anyways, as summer is fast approaching and the weather is getting better, even if it’s only very slight, I’ll be giving you ideas of what you can get up to this summer all around Ireland. Hell and Back Killruddery Estate in Bray, County Wicklow – For thos..

The Minifootball Association of Ireland & the 2018 European Championships: The Management Team – Part 2

By Emmet Switzer | July 4, 2018 | (No) | 1762
It is a dream for every sports person to represent their country, and a dream that often falls by the wayside as we get older. Many of us look out onto the pitch when we go to see an international game. The honest ones will admit that from time to time, we drift off into our own ‘Walter Mitty’ world, where we got the chance at glory. Time limitations, life pressures and lack of confidence in ability are often the reasons people don’t pursue their dream. These are also the causes behind peo..

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The Minifootball Association of Ireland & the 2018 European Championships: The Irish Squad – Part 3

By Emmet Switzer | July 29, 2018 | (No) | 2988
The 2018 MiniEuros are drawing closer by the week and excitement levels at the Minifootball Association of Ireland are at an all time high. The governing body for 6 a side soccer in Ireland want to introduce you to the finer details of the sport, and of course, the 2018 national squad. Knowing the players, and the game will make it much easier to follow and support the team in Kiev next month. Have you missed out on the start of our minifootball series? Then we would recommend checking out Part ..

Five Ways Social Media Is Using Your Information

By Zuzanna Piasek | July 25, 2018 | (No) | 1426
With all the recent tech scandals about how social applications can use your information, we thought it might be useful for you to find out what kind of information each app takes from you. For the most part, it’s pretty easy to change the way the application takes certain information and uses it. But you might learn something new which you never even thought of before. Follow the countdown as we talk about what each platform takes and how your data is used. We will discuss the most popula..

48 Hours In Ireland… The Ultimate Staycation Guide

By theSharpeUser | July 23, 2018 | (No) | 2708
Staycays are the new vacays thanks to the new-wave and old-school destinations and experiences our little gem of an island has to offer. Planning on visiting Dublin, Cork, Limerick or Galway? Well if you’re away in one of our great cities for 48 hours then read on for all the best things to see, do and eat for a fabulous weekend. There’s nothing more satisfying than the ease of a staycation. Finishing work on a Friday afternoon and hitting the road, knowing what the weather will be like ..

Injury Prevention & Recovery Guide for The GAA Championship: Part 1 – Player Preparation

By Aidan Raftery | July 21, 2018 | (No) | 3145
In Gaelic football, Hurling, Ladies Gaelic football and Camogie, injuries can and will occur. Just like any other sport, the injuries that can be sustained in the GAA will vary. All four are very physical sports and they carry their own unique dangers. There are lots of demands on these players despite the fact they are amateur sports, thereby increasing the element of pressure in the game. Science in the GAA The approach regarding preparation in training and matches in all aspects of the GAA ha..

Ready For The Real World – Events across Ireland in July 2018

By theSharpeUser | July 18, 2018 | (No) | 211
Ready for the Real World – Events across Ireland in July 2018 As part of their campaign to help you get Ready for the Real World, Liberty Insurance have shared a list of some fun Irish events taking place. Here is a guide to some of the best things happening across Ireland this July. 6th – 8th City Spectacular – Dublin & Cork Featuring some of the best in international street performance including a woman who can fire a bow and arrow using her feet, a piano juggler, and lots, lots ..

How To Stand Out From The Crowd with Festival Fashions

By Zuzanna Piasek | July 15, 2018 | (No) | 1892
Festival season is now upon us. Not only is it fun to listen to all the hottest acts right now, part of the appeal is also to stand out from the crowd with all the latest festival fashions. We’ve got the finest looks and styles for both guys and girls to wear this summer. So, get ready to catch everyone’s eye with your dazzling outfit at some of biggest festivals that Ireland has to offer.  1. Trendy Looks @Longitude Longitude kicked off this weekend at in Marlay Park and the 3 day part..

Cool Irish Companies To Buy From

By Tahlia Peppard | July 12, 2018 | (No) | 1191
With big multi-national companies creating monopolies and all that confusing stuff, now is as good a time as any to start supporting local brands and buying from local companies. By supporting local companies, you take business away from those corporations that abuse their status and help a family run business, or 2 people who decided to invent something or even kids that came up with a really cool concept. So, in today’s article, we’ll be listing some Irish companies that you should definit..

9 Things Women Do To Look More Attractive That Men Don’t Know About

By Tahlia Peppard | July 10, 2018 | (No) | 254
Ah, the secret world of women and what we get up to. This is a rather funny topic because there are so many things that men don’t know about women. I’m sure if we let men in on our secrets and our thought processes, they would be shocked to find out what we have to go through (I’m sure the opposite is true), but for the purposes of this article, I will be discussing the 9 things that women do that men don’t know about to look more attractive. I’m sure there will be a few on this list t..

Things to do in Ireland this Summer

By Tahlia Peppard | July 9, 2018 | (No) | 810
Ah, Summer, the time for relaxation, parties, holidays, sun and much more is almost upon us, but I know that some of you may struggle with what to do in Ireland and have had many a summer where you basically do nothing (I can relate). Anyways, as summer is fast approaching and the weather is getting better, even if it’s only very slight, I’ll be giving you ideas of what you can get up to this summer all around Ireland. Hell and Back Killruddery Estate in Bray, County Wicklow – For thos..

The Minifootball Association of Ireland & the 2018 European Championships: The Management Team – Part 2

By Emmet Switzer | July 4, 2018 | (No) | 1762
It is a dream for every sports person to represent their country, and a dream that often falls by the wayside as we get older. Many of us look out onto the pitch when we go to see an international game. The honest ones will admit that from time to time, we drift off into our own ‘Walter Mitty’ world, where we got the chance at glory. Time limitations, life pressures and lack of confidence in ability are often the reasons people don’t pursue their dream. These are also the causes behind peo..

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