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We all at some point in our lives have to work in a job which we do not enjoy, it is called being an adult, many parents will say to their newly graduated children who are toiling away in minimum wage jobs. However, it does not have to be the career you forge forever.
At Sli Nua Careers, we host quite a few people of various ages on work placement – 40-somethings on back-to-work courses, young adults in college, and Transition Year (TY) teenagers. It is always interesting to see how different people approach these placements, writes Liam Horan, Career Coach, Sli Nua Careers.
What are my consumer rights when I buy something in the sales? Can I return sales items?
We are only days away from the release of the Leaving Certificate results.
'Home is where the heart is' they say, so take good care of it. Summer is one of the best times to get stuck in and make sure your house is in the best possible condition. While you might think to yourself that everything needs to be fixed or cleaned, here are some areas Advertiser.ie has picked out that you can focus on.
And so after 10 months of action, the Premier League campaign reaches its climax on Sunday. Chelsea have been declared the champions and Sunderland, Middlesbrough, and Hull City will say goodbye to life in the top flight for the time being.
A reluctant reader is someone who can read but has little or no interest in reading beyond what they have to read for school, college or to get through everyday life.
We always had dogs when I was growing up. My parents still have a dog and my children love spending time with him. And although we do have him when they go away, much to their disgust, I have resisted their pleas to get a dog of our own. Our current agreement is that if they are still living at home by the time they are 30, they can get a dog. You may laugh but this might not be beyond the realms of possibility!
In our modern age where everything seems to be instant, it is important to teach your kids about money, how to earn it, how to save it and how to spend it….wisely!
With the mid-term break in full swing many families will strike out for day trips with the kids, some may venture even further afield. But let’s face it car journeys with the kids can be a bit of an endurance test. From the ‘are we nearly there yet?” to the multiple toilet breaks and requests for food, you can be left feeling overwhelmed. As a mum of two, who has travelled the country and taken the kids abroad by car, I have some Top Tips For Happy Car Journeys with Kids to make the trip a positive experience.