Try to look on the bright side

It’s probably ingrained in us Irish and maybe even more-so that any other nationality, that we are prone to suffering from a small bit of negativity. We lean towards the down side. We highlight the pitfalls, point out the inefficiencies and harp on about the negative in like, any situation. We loved to go on about Christmas starting…

From 40 to 52

It’s the most notable thing about the Middle East, not the Burj Khalifa, not The Pearl in Doha, it’s the heat, the stifling, enveloping, steaming heat that descends in April and doesn’t offer respite until October, sometimes November. For weeks before the big Five O (degrees Celsius) you can feel it a little hotter each…

Jingle Mail

Thousands of families continue to flee Ireland every year to set up home abroad, leaving their homes empty. Having an obsession with home ownership possibly one of the first questions that Irish people ask when they meet abroad is, do you own a house at home? Not entirely a superficial inquiry, myself, I think that…