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Dream Loot Crate ( Adventure )


Loot Crate is a subscription box service for geeks and gamers. They deliver a monthly unique box full of pop culture merchandise. I recently received an email from the lovely people at loot crate telling me about their project and asking fans to create their very own Dream Crate. Anyone can get involved so if you’re a Potterhead, Disney Princess…

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Raising Ivy


On the 1st of October, Ivy was born. She was tiny, helpless and an adorable ball of fluff. The first time my sister and I saw her was when she was a week old, hidden under some Ivy ( yes, hence the name )(apparently I’m like a native American the way I name my pets). She was the only kitten…

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Repeal The Eighth


So, What is The Eighth? The 8th refers to the Eighth Amendment of the Constitution which guarantees the equal right to life of the unborn and the mother. This law that was brought in in 1983 means that abortion is illegal in Ireland except if there is a substantial risk to the life of the mother. This forces women to…

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Adventuring: London


This Easter was the second time I visited the Glorious City of London. And it was just as spectacular as it was three years ago. Much like Ireland, England’s weather is “okay” and can be very unpredictable. So I decided to bring a bit of every type of clothing. In the end, it was that nice dry crispness with enough…

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Blog Post comes with Free Cake


*** OYSTERS, CLAMS AND COCKLES *** Or if none of those tickles your taste buds I also bring Cake! I realise that it has been quite a while since I’ve posted on my blog. 2 months, 3 days, 3 hours, 48 minutes and 12 seconds. And that’s 2 months, 2 days, 5 hours too long. I hope the cake makes…

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December: Book Reviews


Sapient     I must thank Kelsey, the publisher, for sending me this book by Jerry Kaczmarowski. It’s always interesting to read a book without having a notion what on earth it is about. Usually I read blog reviews on new releases and check out stars on goodreads before i even consider buying a book. This can set up a…

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DIY: Inspiration Board


Over the summer I began collecting little things from magazines or saving pinterest images that I really liked and caught my attention. Things that when I looked at them they reminded of happy memories or inspired me to be better and work harder. I acquired a lot of these because lets face it I Love a lot of things. In…

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My Not-So-Summer


A typical summer in the life of me: Finish school in an exhilarated, exhausted daze of relief looking forward to 3 months of bliss, travel, excitement and freedom (in a Dobby-with-a-sock type way). For the past few years I’ve managed to jam pack my summers with lots of fun things. I’m not someone who likes to lay around at home…

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A little Letter to you


Dear people who are bothering to read this,        first of all, thank you for reading this. It means a lot. Especially when someone goes to the effort of thinking, brainstorming, and trying to condense all that nonsense into words, it’s nice to know that someone is going to value your efforts. Or at least briefly glance at…

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A Home for Books : The Bookshelf Link-Up


Sunny over at her lovely blog A Splash of Ink is hosting a Link-Up. And the wonderful theme is of course books! More so how we organise our beloved books. But books!! I think that’s my favourite topic. I could talk FOREVER about books. The stories, the characters, the covers, the fonts….! But let’s just focus on the organisation of…

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