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At the height of our artificially inflated economic boom, or Celtic Tiger, the owners of a prominent builders’ suppliers told a friend of mine that although the year was not yet over they were ‘amazed at the phenomenal amount of Jacuzzis’ they were selling.
As we come to the end of week nine of lockdown, many of us are now firmly into the swing of our new routines. Routine is important to get us through tough periods like we are experiencing now, however, it is not the worst thing in the world to tweak your schedule to keep your mind fresh.
Now is the perfect time to learn a new skill, so why not get started on a DIY project and inject a bit of creativity into your wardrobe. Sewing is a great way to direct your focus, ease your anxiety, and feel productive when days lack structure. Most importantly, it is really enjoyable (and there is no better time to get your summer wardrobe together).
As we head into the second month of school closures, with the initial novelty of home schooling alongside working from home rapidly wearing off, parents are asking themselves what should they be expecting from their schools as we head into May/June?
Serviced apartments have been receiving a lot of attention lately, often being advertised as a better option than hotel rooms. While it’s true that serviced apartments are indeed a better fit for the kind of guests they are meant to serve, this is not a default standard.
IN 1798 three major ideas erupted into Irish politics and thought – Irish Protestants created Irish Republicanism and asserted that Irish people had the right to self-determination; and that Irishness itself could – should – be a broad and inclusive identity.
Buccaneers will host their third annual business networking lunch in the Sheraton Athlone Hotel tomorrow afternoon (Friday, February 7) from 1pm to 5pm.
Startups from Galway are encouraged to apply for Google’s Adopt a Startup Programme which was launched this week — The 12-week programme is designed to support ambitious startups with potential to scale in Ireland and internationally.
People Before Profit have selected Joe Daly as their candidate to run in the upcoming Dáil election. Mr Daly is a secondary school teacher in Castlebar and ran for the party in the local elections 2019.
The New Year has arrived and many of us have set goals and targets for 2020 which may include getting fit, going on a diet, or taking up a new pastime.