From cottage to family home: 4 beautiful Irish properties on the market for €200,000 and under
From cottage to family home: 4 beautiful Irish properties on the market for €200,000 and...

Sarah Finnan

3 luxury tech trends to know
3 luxury tech trends to know

Jennifer McShane

Meet Ashley McDonnell, tech and luxury entrepreneur and podcaster
Meet Ashley McDonnell, tech and luxury entrepreneur and podcaster

Jennifer McShane

5 ways to help you fend off festive anxiety this year
5 ways to help you fend off festive anxiety this year

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Supper Club: Try this super green falafel recipe
Supper Club: Try this super green falafel recipe

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This Dublin 4 cottage has had a complete transformation thanks to its architect owner
This Dublin 4 cottage has had a complete transformation thanks to its architect owner

Orla Neligan

Set on a two acre site, this three-bedroom Kildare home is on the market for €389,950
Set on a two acre site, this three-bedroom Kildare home is on the market for...

Sarah Gill

The Sequins Edit: How to shine this festive season
The Sequins Edit: How to shine this festive season

Sarah Finnan

Accounts to follow for homemade giftspiration and Christmas décor ideas
Accounts to follow for homemade giftspiration and Christmas décor ideas

Sarah Finnan

This spacious Portlaoise home with its own peaceful garden is on the market for €340,000
This spacious Portlaoise home with its own peaceful garden is on the market for €340,000

Sarah Finnan

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As employees search for a new kind of working world post-pandemic, what can businesses do to entice people to come and stay? Sinead Brady feels it requires a complete rethink of the way we work

Melanie Griffith, as Tess McGill, in the 1988 movie Working Girl said, “I’m not gonna spend the rest of my life working my ass off and getting nowhere just because I followed rules that I had nothing to do with setting up.” Griffith, an underestimated and over-sexualised secretary refused to conform to a form of career success, favouring those who wrote and rewrote the rules.  For the type of worker capable of navigating this corporate...

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