This modern Dublin home with incredible views is on the market for €1.95 million
This modern Dublin home with incredible views is on the market for €1.95 million

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Take a tour of this stunning perfumers house, nestled between the trees in West Cork
Take a tour of this stunning perfumers house, nestled between the trees in West Cork

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Fortified fairytales: European destinations to add to your summer bucket list

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A summer feast: 3 recipes from Killruddery House in Wicklow

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This West Cork seaside home with a luxe interior is on the market for €895,000
This West Cork seaside home with a luxe interior is on the market for €895,000

Megan Burns

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Sonia Deasy: A week in my wardrobe

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This picture-perfect West Cork cottage is on the market for €325,000
This picture-perfect West Cork cottage is on the market for €325,000

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How #Girlboss became a dirty word


by Kate Demolder
19th Aug 2022

Patrick Kavanagh once wrote, to name something is a love act and a pledge – but what happens when such pledges turn foul? Kate Demolder writes about the demise of the neologism #Girlboss and the notion that women could fix a broken system

When Nasty Gal founder Sophie Amoruso coined the neologism #girlboss in her memoir of the same name in 2014, the dawn of a freshly minted brand of baseless feminism began to bubble at the earth’s core. Just one year prior, COO Sheryl Sandberg released her now-infamous book Lean In (of which now bases her nefarious website LeanIn.Org) a potent call-to-arms of women in the workplace keen to dismantle the long-wielded power men had held in...

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