Experience · Lifestyle

What I Miss Most About *HOME*

“Home is where the heart is – but more importantly, home is where the craic is.” -Me, 2016.  The summer is coming to an end and as that ‘back to school’ feeling associated with September rears its head, a touch of homesickness has began to creep up on me. It goes without saying that I have missed… Continue reading What I Miss Most About *HOME*

Lifestyle · New York

The Loneliest Place in New York? Your Fridge

  Over the last few years,my eating habits have been consistent. When I moved to Vancouver, I started to learn about the intrinsic link between your diet and how it affects everything from your mood to your skin (I didn’t even know what an avocado or a sweet potato was until 2011.) In the ensuing years, I… Continue reading The Loneliest Place in New York? Your Fridge

Experience · New York

Sound Advice I Can Never Seem To Follow

Despite consistently pinning inspirational and motivation quotes of advice to various boards on Pinterest, why is it that I am so reluctant to follow them. In the run up to my move to New York, my mam wisely preached her three golden rules (in no particular order). With the sensibility that can only come from… Continue reading Sound Advice I Can Never Seem To Follow

Experience · Graduate Visa · New York

The Reality Of Chasing Your Dreams In New York

….and ending up as a waitress. I moved here last year on a one way ticket with two of my best friends, two suitcases and an open mind. Fast forward eight months, and now I am even more uncertain about what I’m doing with my life than I ever was in Dublin. When people ask… Continue reading The Reality Of Chasing Your Dreams In New York

Experience · Fashion · Travel

Pilgrimage to Penneys: Why a 5 hour journey across the US was worth it

As the saying goes – you can take the girl out of Ireland, but you can’t take Ireland out of the girl. I might live in the fashion capital of New York, but my heart still yearns for Penneys. Sure the Big Apple has Madison Avenue boutiques and hip East Village thrift stores, but there… Continue reading Pilgrimage to Penneys: Why a 5 hour journey across the US was worth it

Festival · Music · Travel

Forget The Flower Crowns, What’s Coachella Really About?

Picture Electric Picnic with sunburn and sand – this is how the quintessential Californian festival compares to our homegrown offerings. If you think about it – the concept of a festival is very strange; essentially packing a diverse community of people into a confined space with limited amenities for a weekend, trusting that their combined… Continue reading Forget The Flower Crowns, What’s Coachella Really About?