Standing up for yourself isn't about standing on other people
Are you willing to stand up for yourself?
Are you willing to stand up for yourself?
Emily Hurley-Wilkinson - Life Skills "An elderly Chinese woman had two large pots, each hung on the ends of a pole which she carried across her neck.
Clair Whitty - Naturally Healthy Quinoa is a high protein seed that is often mistakenly classed as a grain. You need a portion of protein with each of your meals and Quinoa is a fabulous food to do just that. It's a complete protein meaning that it contains all the amino acids, which are the building blocks of protein.
While we've nigh-on had our fill of tower defence games at the moment, Space Run Galaxy is a surprisingly engrossing combination of tried-and-tested tower-defence strategising and twitchy arcade action.
Conor Nelligan, County Heritage Officer Heritage has been going from strength to strength in recent years and there were clearly some founded concerns in the heritage world recently when it had appeared that 'heritage' had been omitted from the Department Title of the Minister's portfolio, where until recently the Department, formerly of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, had become the Department of Regional Affairs, Rural Affairs, Arts and the Gaeltacht.
Jim Hurley's Nature Trail The evening was closing in rapidly by the time I got around to going down the lane. It was one of those lovely summer evenings: flat calm and still warm with just a hint of coolness setting in as the light thickened.
Life Skills with Emily Hurley-Wilkinson Do you usually expect to fail before you start? Do you regularly feel the need to change many things about yourself? Maybe you find it difficult to express your opinions or feel uncomfortable in social settings?
Conor Nelligan, County Heritage Officer National Heritage Week is going from strength to strength.
If water charges were ever introduced, would Kilkenny people have to pay extra considering something special must be in their water. Last weekend Kilkenny showed once again why 'the pack' are still chasing them and their relentless standards.
Charleville Heritage Society will present a talk entitled 'Exploring the North Cork Roots of 1916 Signatory Eamon Ceannt' on Friday night, July 8 at the Library, Charleville, following which they will also hold their annual general meeting.
Straight Talking with Deborah Coleman It has come to something when people feel that security is needed in public parks and children's playgrounds.
Conor Nelligan, County Heritage Officer Oral history is a very important part of our collective heritage and as part of the 1916 centenary year a number of oral history collections are being put together, particularly here in County Cork.
'The end is nigh' is a chilling phrase. For me, the term 'end' is a strange word.
Life Skills with Emily Hurley-Wilkinson Is thinking stealing your energy, making you sick or hampering your personal effectiveness?
If your dreams don't scare you then they are not big enough.
Pete Wedderburn's Animal Doctor I've written before how greyhounds can make excellent house pets. They are gentle, peace-loving, creatures, fitting in well to many Irish homes. They only need a short walk every day, despite their reputations as fast athletes. They're sprinters, not long-distance runners, so compared to energy-filled dogs like Dalmatians and Spaniels, they are couch potatoes. They love people, and some of them can even get on well with cats.
Life Skills with Emily Hurley-Wilkinson Do you often find yourself reacting to what other people say and do? When a friend or colleague is irritable and behaves like so, do you automatically assume that they are mad at you even though their mood might have nothing to do with you at all?
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