So you got your exam results…

So you got your exam results…

It's Leaving Cert results day in Ireland today. By now, the students have their results. Some will be delighted, others will be devastated. The media will celebrate those who received 'top marks', they'll churn out statistics - almost a third of students sat the higher level maths paper and 90% of those received bonus points [...]

July Playlist

July Playlist

Here are the songs I listened to most in July. Find monthly playlists from me on Spotify. This month features two TOP songs because they were released at the same time and after waiting a year I just can't get enough of either! Jumpsuit - Twenty One Pilots Record: Trench (set for release October 5th [...]

Bloggers Unveiled

Bloggers Unveiled

It's finally happened - Bloggers Unveiled has come to an end. Earlier this year an anonymous user created the Bloggers Unveiled Instagram account. They used the platform to call out what they perceived as wrong-doings by bloggers & influencers and the account quickly amassed followers keen to join in - over 220k in fact!   [...]

June Playlist

June Playlist

Here are the songs I listened to most in June. Find monthly playlists from me on Spotify Youngblood - 5 Seconds of Summer Record: Youngblood Favourite Lyrics: 'Takes one to know one, yeah, you beat me at my own damn game.' There's nothing of particular depth in this one. 5SOS seem to have shed their [...]

May Playlist

May Playlist

Here are the songs I listened to most in May. Find monthly playlists from me on Spotify High Hopes - Panic! at the Disco Record: Pray For The Wicked Favourite Lyrics: 'Shooting for the stars when I couldn't make a killing, didn't have a dime but I always had a vision.' Urie steps up the [...]

Green Ribbon Campaign

Green Ribbon Campaign

Tuesday, May 1st marked the beginning of the See Change Green Ribbon campaign. The Green Ribbon campaign is all about starting a conversation about mental health and stomping out stigma. Collins Dictionary describes stigma as follows - 'If something has a stigma attached to it, people think it is something to be ashamed of.'  Historically this has been the case with mental health [...]