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Ananya Vatsa

A Story teller, Traveller, Entertainer and Bollywood fan. Recent Journalism Graduate from University of Limerick.

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Ill-Effects of too much Vitamin D intake you need to know

By Ananya Vatsa / January 14, 2021

Vitamin D, also known as calciferol, is beneficial to your health in many ways. It’s very important for your bones and teeth. This vitamin is responsible for the absorption of calcium from the diet taken, which plays a vital role in the formation and growth of bones and teeth. It’s also helpful in controlling the […]

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How To Tackle Online Bully or Cyber Abuse

By Ananya Vatsa / January 8, 2021

Online bullying occurs most often through social media sites, such as Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and TikTok. We live in a time where a large portion of our everyday encounters with people are online – in a virtual environment where contact speed is crucial and entertainment value is important, if not essential. The Internet has allowed […]

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Business Sectors Boosted by Covid Pandemic

By Ananya Vatsa / January 6, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a catastrophic effect on the economy and has struck small businesses especially hard. The challenges of the restaurant industry are especially well known; in places where indoor dining has not yet returned, restaurants have failed. Gyms are facing particular obstacles – how can people who wish to use their time […]

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6 amazing books for Meditation and Relaxation

By Ananya Vatsa / December 24, 2020

Meditation comprehension can be experienced through seminars, organised meditation loops, and educational videos, but the more complex insight can only come from books. Below is a collection of the best meditation books, ranging from classical to unconventional, realistic to philosophic, and easy to understand to more comprehensive and nuanced. Why you should give meditation a […]

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Alternative Food options for Christmas Dinner

By Ananya Vatsa / December 17, 2020

Menu preparation for Christmas is relatively simple: “How many people are coming and how large a turkey do I need?” Typical toppings such as potatoes, Brussel sprouts, gravy and bread sauce, etc., are also easy choices. 5 Christmas dinner ideas if you’re vegan or vegetarian But this year, how about trying something new, other than […]

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5 Irksome Winter Skin Problems we need to look after

By Ananya Vatsa / December 15, 2020

Is your skin feeling dry, itchy, or flaky? Our skin needs some special attention in the cold winter months in order to look and feel its best. Below are some common issues and ways we can deal with them.  Dryness: The cold winter air can feel good against your skin, but you need to be […]

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Best Things to do in West of Ireland

By Ananya Vatsa / December 10, 2020

The west of Ireland is spectacular, full of sweeping cliffs and vibrant towns like Galway and Limerick; it is a real treasure chest. Be sure to check out these magical things to do in the west of Ireland from jamming to local music, to visiting incredible national parks, to discovering the sensational cities of the […]

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International Travel Restriction Advice for Ireland

By Ananya Vatsa / December 6, 2020

CHRISTMAS TRAVEL: Can Irish citizens and residents book flights or ferries home? Is it okay to schedule a journey abroad from Ireland? These are just some of the questions that have been asked all week in households here in Dublin and in far-flung areas of the country. There is no rule to prohibit anyone from […]

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Gender Equality at the Workplace in Ireland

By Ananya Vatsa / November 26, 2020

Employment equality was essential to the achievement of gender equality in Ireland as it was prescribed as a core concept in the Treaty of Rome 1958, the Treaty forming the European Economic Union. Ireland’s membership of the then EEC in 1973 allowed it to follow the statutory acquis relating to that theory. Women that changed […]

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Movies to watch to celebrate this Christmas spirit

By Ananya Vatsa / November 23, 2020

Nestling up and watching Christmas movies is the best way to get in the spirit of a holiday, and it’s never too late to begin. After all, everyone knows that watching a heart-warming holiday flick with a nice warm mug of hot chocolate is one of the happiest parts of the season as well as […]

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