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November 29, 2015 (No Comments) by theSharpeUser
April 20, 2019 (No Comments) by Alannah Kenny

Following on from our part 1 piece on Wellbeing Events in 2019, we at The Sharpe have decided to give you an early insight into some of the events coming up later in the summer and thereafter (which might be worthwhile looking into now as some events can be pricey!). We all need to take time out from the stresses of life and to put social media and digital devices on pause for a while. Your mind will thank you for it in the long run and one of the select events that we have handpicked could be the perfect gift for you or someone else down the line. Yoga, […]

March 13, 2019 (No Comments) by Zuzanna Piasek
best barbershops in Dublin

If you are looking for a new place that can offer you the best hairstyle or haircut in town than this article might just find the right place for you. All barber shops can be unique in their very own ways so, here is a few examples of the finest places in Dublin. Whether you are going in for a haircut or a shave these places are ready to accommodate you. Cut and Sew Barber Dublin 2 This barbershop has built itself up to be one of the best barber shops in Europe. Starting out originally as a one-man barbershop it has conquered challenges over the years. Being in business […]

March 7, 2019 (No Comments) by Tahlia Peppard
Kennedy’s Clontarf

Kennedy’s is a lovely little quaint café, come deli on the corner of Vernon Avenue in Clontarf. It overlooks the bay and on a sunny day, nothing can beat a nice, cold ice-cream from Kennedy’s. But that’s not the only thing they offer, they have a wide selection of dishes for your enjoyment and guess what, all at an affordable price. Continue reading our review for Kennedy’s Clontarf to see what you’ll be ordering on your next visit. Food/Dishes Kennedy’s dishes are full of home-made goodness. Their menu is a mix of healthy options, but of course has a selection of delicious treats. They do a lovely breakfast, which is usually what […]

March 1, 2019 (No Comments) by Zuzanna Piasek
cool home office

Independent businesses are becoming increasingly more popular from online editors to photographers and much more. If you are entering this journey of starting your own business and would like to have the perfect workplace to get you started than this list will give you some of the best tips and tricks. You will no longer put off that pile of work sitting in the corner and instead you will be rushing to your office in the morning ready to start the day. The Space First thing to decide on when building a home office is where are you going to put it. Space is an important thing to consider so […]

February 27, 2019 (No Comments) by Zuzanna Piasek

The market has become more and more friendly towards vegans in the past few years. There are many reasons behind why people become vegan, vegetarian and even gluten free. Some vegans argue they have become vegans in order to help with the environment. It is true that studies show livestock production has a long list of planetary burdens, from rampant land use, water depletion and pollution and one of the highest contributors to greenhouse gas emissions. 1. Veganism Helps Fight World Hunger A majority of the food that is being grown in the world isn’t eaten by humans. In fact, 70 percent of grain growth is put aside to feed […]

February 23, 2019 (No Comments) by Zuzanna Piasek
Wellbeing events in ireland

There is always time to spend a little more time getting to know yourself better and allowing the mind to relax. We all know that loving yourself and growing as a person takes patience and time. If you have decided that this is the year where you would like to take a path towards something, some of these events may help you get off to a good start or perhaps help you figure out some bumps in the road. Claim this time to take care of yourself and your goals. So, start planning now as we list off some of the wellbeing events coming to you this 2019. Mindful Meditation […]

January 28, 2019 (No Comments) by theSharpeUser
Louth Things for families to do in Louth

County Louth is colloquially known as ‘the Wee County’ as it is Ireland’s smallest county and is named after the village of Louth. The history of Louth goes back a long time. But before people wrote down histories and dates, a famous Irish story is supposed to have happened in Louth. It’s called the Táin Bó Cúailge and I’m sure you’ve all heard it. In this story, a famous warrior called Cúchulainn fights a whole army by himself to protect a brown bull from being stolen. This county has a tonne of family-orientated things for you to do and that’s why today, we’ll be giving you a list of family activities in […]

January 25, 2019 (No Comments) by Tahlia Peppard
male bedrooms

There’s no point in calling yourself a man or an adult if your room still looks like a bomb hit it or resembles something of a student man cave. Once your grow up, you realise that being neat and not having your mother pick up after you becomes somewhat attractive to the opposite sex. However, for those of you that need some extra help, I am here today to discuss the key things a modern man should have in his bedroom. It’s time to throw out the ‘sexy-girl’ photos, the gaming posters and your superhero bed sheets (as much as I can appreciate them, I don’t think many women do). Mind improving […]

December 7, 2018 (No Comments) by theSharpeUser

If you are looking for a throwback to the early 2000’s then here is a list of the top ten movies from 2010 to 2015. Holidays are approaching fast which leaves plenty of room to expand your library of films. There is something in this list for everyone and perhaps something new you never knew you liked. So, give it a good scan before you make up your mind on which of these treasures you are going to watch over the coming weeks. Snuggle up with friends or family and grab a nice big bag of popcorn and let the movie begin. 1. Whiplash (2014) Whiplash scored an amazing score […]

December 2, 2018 (No Comments) by Alannah Kenny
phone size

In the past couple of years, we have seen phones change drastically. From touchscreen to face recognition and from Siri to having the phone actually make calls. The sizes of phones have also increased, and many have been worried that having a huge phone will be a inconvenience or like carrying a big brick around trying to make a call. Is that still the stigma we have around phones or has everyone suddenly decided to let that go as they stay buried in the newest technologies. Regardless of what the case may be, we are here to consider whether the size of a phone really matters and what’s the best […]

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