It’s the #littlethingsToday the HSE has launched a new website yourmentalhealth.ie. They’ve also launched a national campaign #littlethings.
20 October 2014
What the 2014 budget means for youJust hearing the word ‘budget’ can be enough to make you want to go and take a very large nap. However, it is important to know how changes in the budget affect you so that you can plan accordingly.
15 October 2014
5 tips to fitness this autumnDespite the gloriously long summer, there's no doubt about it, autumn has struck. But, just because the evenings are darker it doesn't mean we have to totally hibernate.
6 October 2014
Pressure felt in Love/HateThe excitement is starting to build ahead of the return of Love/Hate for its final season on 12 October.
1 October 2014
Culture night, get planningFriday, 19 September is culture night, all evening, all over the country. Museums, galleries and things of interest are open at night to give us all a chance to appreciate them.
19 September 2014
Cool Kids Studio, encouraging positive life-skillsCool Kids' Studio is a site created, designed and coded by nine year-old Lauren Boyle. Using games, suggestions and role-playing, the site encourages growth through fun.
12 September 2014
AdvocacyThis is a play that focuses on the way we talk about mental health and intellectual disability, reflecting on the importance of language in discussing these issues.
10 September 2014
Big rivals set for Croke Park showdownThe All-Ireland hurling final this Sunday is set to be a thriller. In the game the Cats of Kilkenny take on Tipperary, their closest neighbour and fiercest rival.
4 September 2014
The Digital Youth CouncilOn Monday 25 August, we visited the inaugural meeting run by the Digital Youth Council. Set in Dublin’s Science Gallery, the event was a launchpad for the group, who outlined their aims and ambitions.
27 August 2014
Starting your college lifeStarting college will be one of the most exciting times of your life. We've got some practical tips to see you through the early days.
26 August 2014
Speaking at Technology for Well-BeingWhile we're busy getting organised for Technology for Well-Being 2014, Fiona Kennedy of Sunny Spells and Scattered Blog, wrote us this account of #T4WB13.
20 August 2014
Accommodating studentsThe last few weeks in August brings a special kind of stress for students. The house hunt.
19 August 2014
Leaving Certs results with a pinch of perspectiveFor those expecting Leaving Cert results tomorrow, this is likely to be an anxious time. The exams are wildly hyped-up throughout our time in school, and particularly during fifth and sixth year.
12 August 2014
“Every human being has an impact on another” RIP Robin WilliamsWe're all saddened to hear of the death of Robin Williams. It just goes to show we never really know what someone's going through.
12 August 2014
Ireland’s world cup heroics and self-belief
11 August 2014
NFL player forced to reset goalsNew York Giant’s running back David Wilson discovered this week he’d have to retire from playing football and so has to take another look at his future.
9 August 2014
4 steps towards self-acceptanceWhen people struggle with a lack of self-confidence, self-esteem, or self-worth, it can make just about everything in life harder.
8 August 2014
Teamwork in Guardians of the GalaxyForced together by fate, the Guardians of the Galaxy discover the benefits of working as a team.
6 August 2014
The last of the summer saladWe've put together a few tips to help shake up our routine and make the most of the salad days while we still have them.
30 July 2014
Brazil and the World Cup, a lesson in stressBefore the World Cup, Brazilian players talked about working with their confidence. History has shown their approach might not have been the best.
29 July 2014