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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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List of Irish Festivals- Things to Explore in Ireland

By Ananya Vatsa / November 13, 2020

One thing about Ireland that’s certain is that any Irish Festival will definitely be a celebration. Ireland can often seem a sleepy, lush green country. But amid the miles of rolling green hillsides, sheep-filled forests, and stunning coastlines, there is an underworld of liveliness, fun, and life-long adventures. In this incredible nation, there is no […]

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7 Foods To Avoid Having On An Empty Stomach

By Ananya Vatsa / November 11, 2020

It is patently obvious that missing breakfast is not healthy, since it is the most important meal of the day. Not many people know, though, that you can’t eat anything you want in the morning, that certain foods aren’t as healthy for us if they’re eaten on an empty stomach. If we think about breakfast, […]

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How Christmas would be different this year 2020?

By Ananya Vatsa / November 9, 2020

Christmas is just a little over a month away, and while people would usually be giving out early decorations or TV ads at this time of year, conversation in 2020 is very different. Covid-19 means that everything we’re used to doing at Christmas time is likely to be a lot different in this festive season. […]

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All you need to know about “Eco-Feminism”

By Ananya Vatsa / October 28, 2020

Ecofeminism is an activist and intellectual movement that sees crucial ties between the dominance of nature and the oppression of women. Ecofeminism is a branch of feminism that shows the connection between women and environment, which was first named by a French feminist Françoise d’Eaubonne in 1974. The new eco-feminist movement was born out of […]

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Most Instagrammable places in Dublin

By Ananya Vatsa / October 22, 2020

To visit a new city always brings a rush of curiosity. You want to get all its history covered, but you also want to hit a few nearby hotspots to say that you really have a feel for the city. And then you’re going to put it on Instagram. Why not add any of these […]

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Things To Do while staying at home in Self-Isolation

By Ananya Vatsa / October 21, 2020

Irrespective of whether you’re going to work, working from home, practising social distancing or fully self-isolating, life is pretty hard right now. Looking for something to do alone or while self-isolating, so that you do not get bored during quarantine? Here you can find out some interesting ideas that you can practise while staying at […]

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Impact of Covid-19 on International Students- Work Permit and GNIB

By Ananya Vatsa / October 14, 2020

In this period of unprecedented challenge, the government of Ireland has committed to ensuring the protection and health of all people who live, work and study in Ireland. Ireland is good at providing world class education facilities in terms of academics, and one of the main attractions for international students is its third level scheme […]