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Meet Nancy Harris – the award-winning Irish playwright and screenwriter behind The Dry
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This ivy-adorned red brick on Ailesbury Road is on the market for €12 million
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What actually consitutes self-care when you’re a mother


by Sophie White
16th Mar 2023

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Self-care is all very well in theory but what about when there are tiny humans, quite literally, crawling on your face?

During my first pregnancy, I was very good to myself. I essentially treated myself as a slow-growing, slow-moving pet that was to be cosseted and indulged and minded. I mainly did this because I believed it was essentially the last time in my life when I would have the chance to do so. Post due date, I assumed that I would be the least important person in my life and when my first son was...

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