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Self-care Sundays: The key to success with scientist and Miss Universe Ireland Fionnghuala O’Reilly

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27th Jul 2020
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In Week 7 of our Self-care Sundays series, in partnership with Yoplait, we’re focusing on success. Success may not be the key to happiness, but happiness is certainly the key to success. And what better way to provide your own happiness than to practice self-care?

Who better than to share tips on success than pageant winner and NASA employee Fionnghuala O’Reilly?

The current Miss Universe Ireland (2019) and director of NASA’s International Space Apps Challenge, Fionnghuala will be in virtual conversation with IMAGE group contributing editor Melanie Morris this Sunday, August 2, from 12pm.

IMAGE readers can tune in for free by registering here, from the comfort of your own home, and listen to Fionnghuala’s journey from stage to space apps. She’ll share how her day job, which brings international communities together to create innovation to help solve the world’s most challenging environmental and space-themed problems, has brought her joy and helped her practice self-care.

Register for Week 7: Success with Fionnghuala O’Reilly here

Fionnghuala uses her platform to encourage more girls and women to get involved in STEM subjects.

And having navigated the competitive pageant industry, Fionnghuala has picked up a fair few self-care tips along her journey.

If you have a question for Fionnghuala, please submit it at registration and we will get through as many as we can on August 2.

Register for Week 7: Success with Fionnghuala O’Reilly here

IMAGE Self-care Sundays is an eight-week wellness series, in partnership with Yoplait. Melanie Morris will host eight virtual events – all free to the IMAGE reader – so you can access them from the comfort of your own home. Get inspired to start your own self-care journey and spread Yoplait’s ‘You Time’ message that putting yourself first is a key component in life’s happiness and success.

Register for Self-care Sundays: Success with Fionnghuala O’Reilly here.

For the full Self-care Sundays schedule, see here. Follow #IMAGESelfcareSundays on social.

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