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The New Year reinforces the notion of trying out new things, wellness, and fitness goals. But have you ever thought about professional development as a New Year's resolution.
Networking organisation Network Mayo has announced the first event of the New Year which will take place on Wednesday January 24 from 7.30pm to 11pm in Breaffy House Resort. The topic of this event will be Reaching Your True Potential within the Workplace and it will be presented by Michael Kilcullen - the managing director of Cúchulainn Consultancy in Ballina.
It seems like everyone has gone on a diet these last few weeks, and why not? These days healthy eating is all the rage, so this week I have included some of my favourite low fat healthy recipes for you to try and enjoy.
It is time to start thinking about re-training and upskilling to help you change career or to learn a new skill. The GRETB Training Centre offers day, evening, and Saturday courses. Theses courses offer many benefits from a personal and career perspective. GRETB is continuously developing new courses to meet the needs of learners and industry.
Roscommon Arts Centre will launch its 2018 theatre season with the hilarious Looking Deadly on January 19 at 8pm.
Are you looking to get more active in the new year but have not found the right activity yet?
Eating a morning meal is a healthy habit if you are watching your weight. Research shows that regular breakfast eaters tend to be leaner and dieters are more successful at losing weight, and keeping it off, when they eat breakfast. What's more, people who do, typically get more of some important nutrients, like fibre and vitamins.
The new year has rolled in and with that cup dreams for all the Mayo sides in the Connacht Junior Cup. Having won the competition two years ago and reaching the final of the All Ireland Junior Cup just before Christmas, north Mayo outfit Ballina look to be the best placed Mayo side to have a crack at winning the prestigious prize. But then cup competitions take on a life of their own quite often, however looking at how strong Dave Newman's side have been so far this season they will be worthy favourites to go all the way in this competition.
It is accepted by everyone that the waistline will expand and the scales will show a higher number during the festive season but now that we are in February it is time to put down the chocolate bar and pick up the weights to get your pre-Christmas body back.
Moycullen Super League men's basketballers will be in confident form to welcome Tralee Warriors to NUIG’s Kingfisher Arena for Saturday's league fixture (7pm).