Since I will be going on Erasmus in Spring, I thought I would tell you about the first time I lived abroad by myself. When I was sixteen my parents … Continue reading Living in France for a month (at 16)
You may not be aware, but Halloween is next week. (This is sarcasm, it’s not like it’s possible for us to forget). Now, there are two types of people, those … Continue reading Halloween? More like Hallow-not-my-scene
I spend a lot of my time in coffee shops.
Sometimes during these little moments to myself I notice going on’s and interactions.
One weekend while I was back home, I grabbed my notebook and a pen and I headed to a coffee shop in my town.
In a few days I’ll be turning twenty.
I’m considering this birthday quite a big deal because it marks my final farewell from teenage hood. The idea of being twenty years old both excites me and terrifies me. I really have no idea what to expect.
Back in November my college sent us an e-mail asking if any students were interested in participating in a studio audience of the political debate show, The Claire Byrne Live. … Continue reading Being in the audience of the Late Late Show
New Years has never been my favourite time of year, actually to be honest with you I hate it. Streets are rowdy and crowded, making plans with people is an impossible task and the whole concept is a hype; that hit midnight we need to cheer and celebrate new beginnings when really it’s just the start of another day (jeez I’m a bundle of positive energy).