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Whether it’s the Monday morning breakfast roll to work or afternoon tea on Sunday with the girls, there has never been more reason or temptation to eat outside of the home.
It is fair to say that weather wise, August 2019 will not be remembered fondly. Rain, rain, and more rain seems to be the only forecast for the month and it seems September will not be getting any better.
When it comes to selling a house, it can be a laborious task. From the frenetic tidying of the house, making sure it looks pristine for the impending viewing, to dealing with the rejections, many know the process can be tough and take a toll on any relationship.
Summer has officially arrived in terms of months, however, weather-wise, the least said the better.
For those fortunate enough to have the luxury of a holiday home, they will know the competition that comes when trying to attract guests to stay in their lovely abode. Here at the advertiser.ie we provide some tips on how to let a holiday home.
With the mid-term break ongoing, 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.
With road users becoming more 'green-minded' and an increase in electric cars on our routeways, CarsIreland.ie offer tips for taking a long-distance trip in the environmentally friendly vehicle.
With the summer progressing swiftly, 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.
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.