What contracts do I need?

So you have started your business…SUCCESS! You are over the first, and probably the largest hurdle involved in starting a business. But what now? How do we know what contracts we need to have in place? Lucky for Aisling and me, we have the whole Barrister thing going for us BUT fear not, we are […]

Top Tips for Building a Home

On this weeks podcast I spoke with David O’Brien. David’s incredible self-build in the Cork countryside was the first home to go through to the grand final of RTÉ’s ‘Home of the Year’. The black house is totally unique and while it looks dark from the outside, it is bright and airy on the inside […]

Be the Main Character in Your Life

Have you ever felt like a passenger in your own life? Putting everyones wants, needs and concerns ahead of your own. I know I have, particularly given the current health crisis and world climate. That’s where this campaign comes in, every Thursday for the next 6 months I will be bringing you blogs, podcasts and instagram content to provide you with the foundation to take back control in your life and be the main character in your life!

29 Life Lessons I’ve Learned In 29 Years

Today, I turn 29… If I’m being honest, I don’t really have too many feelings about this one. I’m now at the age where I have to actively think ‘What age am I?’ when someone asks me. 29 feels a little stale if I’m being honest. For me it carries no significance other than I […]

Sustainability in the home this Christmas

How many of us have looked around  on Stephens Day and witnessed the post Christmas day carnage – piles of unwanted presents, mounting dishes, bins full of wrapping paper and fridges full of uneaten food and felt guilty? The average Irish person is said to spend €755.67 on Christmas gifts alone this year. This does […]

Access to Legal Aid in Ireland

Access to justice is a crucial tenet in any democratic system – it means that every person has access to an independent and impartial court and the opportunity to receive a fair and just trial in due course of law. In Ireland, like many other common law jurisdictions, the barrier to accessing judicial protection can […]