3I myself am just returned from my five month stint in Tarragona, Spain. There are some things I did well and some that weren’t as much of a success, but these are three tips that I wish someone had told me before I left, and I hope you find some use from them. 1) Budgeting [...]
I myself have just returned from five months studying abroad in Tarragona, Spain and have learned that not every college has such a student welfare centred agenda like UL does.
This month I have not only moved to another country alone but also moved out of my family home at the same time. And these are my honest opinions of life alone for the first time.
If there is one thing that I love to do, it's travel, and believe me when I say I've done my fair share of it. So, I feel it is only fair to share the little bit of knowledge I have from my experiences. Hope you all enjoy!
Between work, helping my mum out with my little brother and helping my boyfriend with his leg injury. I am a busy bee. I am rushing and running around Limerick, and I'm about to take on a photography course with Shaw Academy also. Still, I'm going to keep doing my workouts, not because I love them, but because I feel better about myself with them.
My 21st Birthday is twenty weeks away starting Wednesday and for it, I want to be my ideal weight. For this to happen I must lose another fifty pounds in this short period of time. Am I bricking it? Absolutely. Will this be hard? You can bet on it. Am I going to achieve it? I really hope so.
Currently I’ve been thinking a lot about mortality. About how difficult it is to do what makes you happy, and realising that it’s not difficult to do what you like to do, so long as you get out of your own way.
Last night, I got to dance like I did when I was younger. Before I gained the extra weight before I became self-conscious before I became aware of the fact that you can even feel bad about your body. I danced like no one was there.
I want to fill my life and as many others with happiness whenever and wherever possible so below is a list of one hundred and one things that I love. The list is numbered, but not ranked. Enjoy!
I Love Limerick Banner. Picture courtesy of I Love Limerick. Life as an I Love Limerick Correspondent I believe a little context is necessary, so let's start here. I'm currently studying at UL (University of Limerick, for those not in Ireland), and as part of my course, I must work for a company in my [...]