Tips on handling a new job

Fri, Sep 26, 2008

Settling into a new job role can seem a daunting prospect. How will your colleagues view you? Will you live up to their expectations? Will you settle in quickly? Here is some advice on new job etiquette and how to ease through this transition period.

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Are you over medicating?

Fri, Sep 26, 2008

Over 20,000 people in Connacht, including almost 5,000 in Mayo, could be suffering in silence due to a condition known as Medication Overuse Headache (MOH). MOH, which affects between one to four per cent of the population, is caused by the overuse of over-the-counter or prescribed medications to treat headache or migraine.

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Stress management and relaxation workshop

Fri, Sep 26, 2008

Would you like to train yourself to reduce stress in your life? A one day workshop on life skills for stress management and relaxation will take place on Saturday September 27 from 10am to 4pm in Aras Attracta, Swinford Training and Development Centre.

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Discovering the loving presence within

Fri, Sep 26, 2008

Hakomi psychotherapist Rachel Sweetman is now running her popular courses in Castlebar on Wednesday mornings, as well as in Ballina on Tuesday evenings.

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Bring some serenity into your life at Serene, Pontoon

Fri, Sep 26, 2008

Located in the tranquil setting of Pontoon Bridge Hotel, overlooking a lake view, Serene beauty salon is the ideal location for some mind, body and soul therapy.

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Bio-energy clinics

Fri, Sep 26, 2008

Bio-energy is a natural relaxing treatment. It works by balancing the energy of a person. If your energy is blocked it can cause physical pain or other problems.

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Weeds, Worms and Wellies

Fri, Aug 08, 2008

Last week we talked about ways of getting children interested in gardening, but of course the most important consideration in relation to children (not to mention adults) and gardens is safety. While adults should really have enough common sense to work out when something is likely to put them at risk, kids, particularly younger ones, don’t necessarily have the knowledge or foresight to spot a potential danger.

At the risk of stating the obvious, keep tools and garden chemicals out of reach of children. For example, keep any fertilisers, herbicides, pesticides, etc. you may have on a high shelf in the shed or in a secure cupboard; and make sure sharp tools such as secateurs, penknives, shears and so on are out of reach. Put away power tools as soon as you’ve finished using them: a switch can be a great temptation to a child. (If you use tools with cables it’s a good idea – for your own safety – to use a circuit breaker (a residual current device or RCD).)

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Dust on a bit of sunshine

Fri, Aug 08, 2008

With the Irish summer being a washout get that sunkissed look by brushing on a bit of sunshine this summer with the St Tropez Automatic Bronzing Shimmer Powder. Add a bronzed glow to the face, the décolleté, shoulders and body in any weather.

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Use spirituality to empower your goals

Fri, Aug 08, 2008

Are you stuck in feelings of lack or just wanting more to share? Lectures and workshops in learning the techniques which dissolve old patterns of denial and fear, and which allow you to experience the world with more joy, aliveness and abundance, will take place this month in Castlebar.

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The future awaits...

Fri, Aug 08, 2008

Gifted clairvoyant medium Bridget Benson will be hosting psychic consultations in Hotel Newport on Friday August 15.

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Delicious ideas for Irish lamb

Fri, Aug 08, 2008

Roast rack of lamb with herbs

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Delectable pork recipes

Fri, Aug 08, 2008

Pork is a delicious, versatile and healthy meal option that can be prepared and ready in minutes and gives great value for money. Remember to look for the Bord Bia quality mark when buying pork.

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