14 Henrietta Street

I’m a bit of a history geek I’ve recently discovered so when I heard about 14 Henrietta Street in Dublin I had to pay a visit. This is a museum with a difference, it’s set in a Georgian Townhouse in Dublin’s Northside. The house dates back to the late 1700’s and is one of a […]

Inspiring women

I went to the Women’s Inspire Network event at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin during the week. This is a network of women in business, or thinking of starting a business. The head of the network is the lovely Samantha Kelly aka the Tweeting Goddess. I’ve known Samantha online for many years but I got […]

Bloom 2018

  I was finally lucky enough to win tickets to Bloom, thank you so much to gra-produce – I love you – see what I did there – possibly something only Irish people will get. Anyway I was so excited the night before I couldn’t sleep…..sounds familiar. I was half-tempted to get the 1am bus […]

Surprising Smithfield

Jono and me headed up to Dublin for a few hours, mainly to see how he managed pain wise – not so good unfortunately, but we did have a lovely time.

Today Is Better

A few weeks ago after our lovely visit to Ange’s Cottage we stopped off at Dereen Wood. Lucy took this photo of me and I saw a post on The Migraine Association of Ireland website for a competition for those with chronic pain.

A Pawsitively Purrfect Morning

  If you are in Dublin and are looking for a place where you’ll be feline at home check out the brand new Cat Lounge. This is the first of it’s kind in Ireland and I went along this morning to pawruse the place.