“Ireland used to be such a nice Catholic country,” an American man chided after the referendum. Where do I even begin in picking this apart?
“I don’t want to get the police involved, you know how it goes, they won’t get charged and I’ll have to go through police interviews,” she tapped into WhatsApp. And she was right. She never stood a chance.
The mask of overpriced foundation has slipped, and Irish influencers are panicking.
The Bank of Ireland shared this cutesy tweet about a woman called Orla who moved in with her parents in order to save for a mortgage.
Isn’t that just lovely?
V-day is a load of shite.
There, I said it. And no, I’m not just saying that because I happen to be single this year *wink wink*
“Anyone who has actually been that sad can tell you that there’s nothing beautiful or literary or mysterious about depression”— Jasmine Warga
Suffering from a mental illness is not trendy. Nor is it glamorous. It doesn’t make you seem more edgy or sexy.
More and more, we are seeing mental illnesses such as depression, anxiety, O.C.D., bi-polar disorder (but to name a few) being glamorised by, well, everyone. Bloggers, mainstream news, literature… it’s everywhere.
From a young age I witnessed countless glass ceilings not just being shattered, but being obliterated by Barbie, instilling a sense of ambition in me that I still have to this day.