Blue Monday🟦

The third Monday in January is considered ‘the most depressing day of the year’. Why is this you may ask? The holidays are over, the weather is fairly miserable and many Resolutions of the previous year have failed. Below I have created a list of things to do if you are having a rough day….

Cupcakes for Zombies🧁🧠

This recipe was fun to make and I am now a self-proclaimed brain surgeon. 😷💉 ingredients 140g butter, at room temperature 140g caster sugar 3 eggs 170g self-raising flour 1 tbsp milk For the Zombie icing 300g icing sugar 150g unsalted butter Red food colouring 12 cupcakes 4 tbsp golden syrup 1 tsp cocoa powder…

Summer in Salthill🍦

Salthill is one of my favourite places to go for a walk. I went there yesterday and it was very busy as it was a sunny day. I went with one of my best friends Niamh after we went for brunch. We walked the prom and went on the ferris wheel that is beside Leisureland…

Looking forward to life after quarantine🔮

There are many things to look forward to after the Coronavirus pandemic settles.Meeting friends on a regular basis, visiting family members, travelling abroad, staying at hotels, driving beyond 5km without getting stopped by the guards, going to the cinema, going for drinks, takeaway coffees, going for food, buying things we don’t need, getting dressed up…

Weekend in London 🇬🇧

Friends from my M.Sc course and I were lucky enough to go to London before the lockdown. We stayed in London for three nights. We were really excited the weeks leading up to it and would not stop talking about it and planning what we were going to do. A month beforehand, we went for…

Tidy your room🛏️

Every now and then I enjoy a good room clean out. It doesn’t take long before there are all sorts thrown in every corner and my wardrobe is bulging. Having a clean room that is junk free can make a difference to your happiness and wellbeing without you even realising. Cleaning out your room can…

Working and studying from home💻

If you enjoy this post subscribe below📚 It has been a few weeks now since quarantine began. This week, restrictions are starting to ease. However, many people continue to work and study at home for the time being. There are many challenges associated with working and studying at home and it may have taken a…

Minding your mental health during the Coronavirus pandemic 💆

If you enjoy this post subscribe below🌻 The Coronavirus is a phenomenon that has been affecting the world for a couple of months now. The lockdown period started in Ireland in February, 2020.  People have been confined to their homes for weeks. Schools, colleges and businesses have had to close and large gatherings have had…