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November 29, 2015 (No Comments) by theSharpeUser
July 15, 2017 (No Comments) by Vincent Hung
6-essentials-for-a-summer-of-inter-railing

Exams are well and truly over for most students. The heat of the sun blazing through the cloudless sky (not so much in Ireland) has made students anxious to go out and find their own summer adventure through some good old fashioned inter railing. Before you rush out the door to find an adventure its important to know what you need for a successful summer of inter railing and not to learn things the difficult way like many of us have before, myself included! Buying Tickets To save money when inter railing, it is important to check what type of travel ticket suits your needs. Such as, the single country […]

July 11, 2017 (No Comments) by Tahlia Peppard
Dieting – Just a Fad or a Long Term Fix

Well, according to the ever-growing internet, dieting is the practice of eating food in a regulated and supervised fashion to decrease, maintain, or increase body weight. In other words, it is conscious control or restriction of the diet. There are so many types of diets and some work and some don’t. Boy, does that sound depressing or what? Why can’t everyone just let go of the “perfect image” or what they think is beautiful or sexy? Everyone has some sort of attractive quality and what you look like shouldn’t define you. However, I’m here today to discuss the actual topic of dieting, whether it’s just a fad or a long-term fix. Is […]

July 3, 2017 (No Comments) by Tahlia Peppard
hiking in ireland

Now, to be honest, I am definitely not the one to be advising you about hiking, because, trust me when I say I would struggle. But I’m up for the challenge and I hope I can give you some of the best hiking spots in Ireland; ones that even I wouldn’t mind doing on a lovely Sunday afternoon. Causeway Coast Way – County Antrim Distance: 53km This genuinely sounds like one that I would try tackle. Ireland is known for the beautiful scenery it provides and this Causeway Coast hike is sure to show you some of the best of those features, including the Giant’s Causeway and Dunluce Castle. There […]

June 28, 2017 (No Comments) by Alannah Kenny
5-gigs-you-need-to-see-in-dublin-this-july

We knew it wouldn’t last forever and our mini-heatwave seems all but a memory as the grey skies roll in again. No need to let a little detail like the weather dampen the fun though, if it’s a bit of music and craic you’re looking for, well Dublin has a few surprises in store on the music front this July! If you plan on visiting the home of the boys in blue this coming month, you might well check out one of these must see gigs to liven up the Summer spirits. 5) Fireplace Dragon If an intimate Indie Jazz gig in the city would get your fires lighting this […]

June 26, 2017 (No Comments) by Ryan Corry
how to meet women

We all know how hard it can be to go out on the pull with no groundwork done. Some of us prefer to have a bit of contact through social media and maybe try and act on it, here’s some of the best ways to meet girls in Ireland. Tinder It might sound like a last resort option however it doesn’t have to be used as a dating site to meet random girls and hook up, but don’t knock that idea either. You can try using it with a low distance setting so you’re getting a lot of girls you may know already. Maybe you have your eye on one […]

June 24, 2017 (No Comments) by Dean Fitzgerald
manscaping-should-i

Firstly, before we even start, what an odd question to be asking yourself. Do you not have more important things to be doing than worrying about shaving your balls? How did the title make you believe ‘yep, this is the article for me’? If that’s the big thing stuck in your mind, you’re either extremely lucky that this is a genuinely significant and prime problem in your life, or you’ve lost all sense of priorities and this is just a way of hiding from real responsibilities. My guess is the second one. I’m right, aren’t I? Moving swiftly along, for those of you who did not click to read this […]

June 19, 2017 (No Comments) by Alannah Kenny
how-much-time-is-too-much-time-on-social-media

On average, humans are said to spend a total of 5 years and 4 months of their lives on social media. To put that into perspective, we could fly to the moon and back 32 times, or watch the entire Simpsons series 215 times in the amount of time that we will spend on social media… a depressing thought really. Who is using it and why can vary, but demographics show a definite leaning towards young adults and businessmen of the western world as the most avid users. Yet while it hosts an ocean of perks to explore, social media is also insidiously dominating our lives. Think you need to […]

June 8, 2017 (No Comments) by Tahlia Peppard
Young happy amorous couple celebrating with red wine at restaurant

To have sex on the first date or to not have sex on the first date? You know when you’re dancing with your date or enjoying a nice glass of wine with them and then suddenly the all important question comes up, “Hey, so you wanna go back to mine later?” It hits like a ton of bricks and you begin to sweat and you can hear your heartbeat in your ears, what are you going to say? What are you going to do? Should you make a run for it? The bus stop isn’t that far, but wait, you haven’t ran since secondary school and there’s just so many thoughts […]

June 5, 2017 (No Comments) by Ryan Corry
festival-in-ireland

If like me, you watched a lot of American made young adult TV shows when you were growing up, which every now and again portrayed how fun and simple festivals are then I’m sorry to burst your bubble. While they were honest about the fun side they are by no means honest with the simple portrayal. We’ve come up with a few things you’re going to need to bring with you to each festival to make sure you have a blast and create memories you want! A TENT Remember that show you watched, there’s loads so take your pick. Well, we were all jealous when they rolled up at some […]

June 1, 2017 (No Comments) by Alannah Kenny
five-gigs-you-need-to-see-in-limerick-this-year

Limerick is a county that has continued to spawn some of Ireland’s greatest musical treasures and it was rightly awarded the title of ‘National City of Culture’ in 2014. It is a thriving hub for both local and international musicians to share their talents and sure enough there are some great gigs lined up throughout the coming year in the city, and here’s five that you definitely can’t miss! 5) All Our Exes Live in Texas Brace yourselves, this all-female four-piece from Sydney with a penchant for Folk music are coming to Limerick to shake things up the Aussie way! Hannah, Georgia, Elana and Katie have been on the music […]

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