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Michaela Moriarty

Michaela is a writer and editor based in Dublin. Dabbles in fiction writing on the side, also likes to game and bake for fun.

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Celebrating Halloween During Covid – 14 Creative Ideas

By Michaela Moriarty / October 7, 2020

Due to the pandemic, and the cancellation of events, Halloween this year might be spent in lockdown or in quarantine. Fortunately there are many things that you, your friends and your family can do if you find yourself stuck indoors this Halloween during Covid.  The Danger of Halloween Fireworks Traditional Irish Halloween Recipes – Babylon […]

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Traditional Irish Halloween Recipes

By Michaela Moriarty / October 6, 2020

October only means one thing for most people. Halloween is upon us! Did you know that Halloween, or traditionally Samhain, is believed to have started in Ireland, and is a Pagan/Celtic tradition? Did you also know that there are traditional Irish Halloween recipes? Food was an integral part of celebrating Samhain, as it was a […]

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Visiting Dublin A Beginners Guide

By Michaela Moriarty / October 3, 2020

   Whether it’s your first time visiting Dublin, second, or maybe you know a friend who wants to go, we have made a guide for you. There are three main things you need to know – accommodation, transport and things to do. We’ve broken them down into this easy guide.    Accommodation The first thing […]

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Top Tips for Acing a Virtual Meeting

By Michaela Moriarty / September 29, 2020

It’s safe to say that most classes, interviews and business meetings nowadays are done through virtual means, such as Zoom, Skype or Google Meet. For those just entering the professional working world, this maybe isn’t what you expected. Here is a handy list of tips to help you to prepare for these virtual meetings. Technology  […]

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The Benefits of Online Jobs – 5 Reasons to Switch Now

By Michaela Moriarty / September 24, 2020

There is no denying that the internet has become the number one resource people are using for their careers. For some that’s sending your CV in through job advertising sites such as LinkedIn. For others they work from home if they cannot access the office, using Zoom or Skype to hold meetings. As well as […]

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VHI’s Virtual Women’s Mini Marathon: #Powerof10

By Michaela Moriarty / September 18, 2020

The VHI Women’s Mini Marathon is an annual charity race that usually takes place during the June Bank Holiday Monday. Of course, this year the event was delayed and then eventually cancelled for that date. The event has been moved to October so it will still go ahead. The key difference this year is that […]

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Lockdown Habits We Should Keep

By Michaela Moriarty / September 14, 2020

There’s no denying that our routines changed a bit during the lockdown. It taught us what to prioritise and made us reassess our habits. We may have picked up some different or new habits while adapting. Here are some of the lockdown habits that we should continue doing even though it is over. Support Local […]

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8 Walks to Try in Ireland this Autumn

By Michaela Moriarty / September 10, 2020

Now that the weather has cooled down and the leaves are starting to turn, it’s one of the most opportune times to go for a few walks in Ireland this autumn. You’ll find multiple walking trails around the island for the casual walkers, serious hikers, and everyone in between. Walking became a big part of […]

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Returning to college during a pandemic

By Michaela Moriarty / September 7, 2020

 It’s September 2020, the Leaving Cert results are out and students are returning to college. This past year, the effects of Covid-19 have been felt in each sector of the world and colleges are no different. Therefore, it is only natural that for those entering or returning to college during a pandemic, it will look […]

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