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Dealing with Addiction During Lockdown

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The last few months have posed all kinds of challenges, particularly when it comes to mental health. Due to Covid restrictions, our social interactions have decreased, at times resulting in feelings of anxiety, depression and isolation. Those with existing addiction issues likely struggled as resources became temporarily unavailable, while others...

Best Staycations in Ireland post Lockdown

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Now that lockdown measures have eased, there’s a huge move towards booking staycations in Ireland. It makes sense; you’ve lots of holiday days to take, flying abroad isn’t recommended, and you could certainly use a break! So, whether you’re planning a quiet getaway with your significant other, an active cycle...

Returning to Work after Lockdown 

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We’ve gone through huge transitions as a society in the last few months. With most offices closed, employees were tasked with setting up desks at home, often times juggling busy workloads with parenting demands. Now, as lockdown measures start to ease, some workplaces are beginning to reopen. And though many...

A Guide to Selecting the Right Bike

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Though lockdown has been tough, one of the great things to come out of it is that many of us have revisited hobbies and habits that may have previously fallen by the wayside. Baking, knitting and crafts have all become popular in recent months as people looked to entertain themselves (and their kids!) at home. Getting out and about for exercise has also become...

Disinfecting Your Glasses to Help Prevent Spread of Germs

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We’ve all seen warnings about avoiding touching your face during these troubling times. This, obviously, is difficult when you wear glasses! Eyeglasses (both lenses and frames) can potentially transfer viruses and bacteria, such as COVID-19, to your eyes, nose and mouth. Research has shown that the coronavirus can last on glass surfaces for as...