Living in Ireland you have more than likely heard of Copperface Jacks at least once. It is notorious for a lot of reasons; the gold cards, the clientele and the fact that most of the people who go there are “on the pull”. Rewind to a couple of months ago when I finally walked through … More That time in Coppers…
Every morning is different for every person, some you wake up refreshed and ready to take on the day, others you wake up grumpy just wanting to snuggle up in bed and hide from the world. Unfortunately the second option is rarely realistic and life must go on, however there is one thing all mornings … More Where to find the best Mocha in Dublin!
I love to write, hence why I have a blog where I talk nonsense most of the time. It’s somewhere I can jot down my thoughts in a way that makes them easier for me to understand and deal with. However, these last few weeks I have been finding it very difficult to sit down … More Finding the time to blog..
In my last post I wrote about my very eventful first day in Paris. As promised here is a run down of the rest of our trip. Our second day in Paris started off well when we woke from a decent sleep refreshed and ready for the day ahead. We looked out the window and … More Travel Diary: Three days in Paris (part 2)
Note: I was going to do this as one blog post but over the course of three days so much happened that I thought it was best to split the blog post in half. Last week I spent three days in a city I had wanted to visit for most of my life. The trip … More Travel Diary : Three days in Paris (Part 1)
Some people are either tea or coffee drinkers but not me – I’ll have one of each please, extra caffeine in both! – So the idea of afternoon tea did and will forever sound appealing to me, but on a bus? That was one I hadn’t heard of before. My friend Sophie and I were … More Afternoon tea…on a bus?
I’ve been absent from my blog for pretty much the whole of April, if any of you read my last blog you’ll understand why. I just needed to take some time for myself. During this time I binge watched Netflix shows, spent hours listening to music and even researched nutrition and changed my diet. It … More April Favourites!
It feels weird to be writing this. Final. Like there’s no going back once this is finished. Spreading your ashes today got me thinking and although this is one of the hardest thing I’ve ever written I came to the conclusion that if anyone deserved a tribute it was you. You, the man who complained … More An open letter
As a kid pancakes were never a big deal to me. Pancake Tuesday could come and go and it wouldn’t bother me if I had zero flat cakes. However, as I grew up I began to experiment with my toppings and realise there were such things as pancakes outside of the lemon and sugar family. … More My first time trying blueberry pancakes!
Looking back on their musical journey up to now it seems their seventh album, Little Fictions, really portrays the style of music that we have come to know and love as so typically Elbow. If it is earlier anthems such as “One Day Like This” that brought your attention to this album, then you will … More Little Fictions by Elbow- Album Review