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Homeless and jobless by choice and so excited!!

So this evening my husband and I are enjoying a glass (ok maybe more like a bottle or two…) of wine to celebrate his final shift at work. 113 more words


News Ireland daily BLOG by Donie

Thursday 28th August 2014

Poorer people in Ireland ‘pay out more of their income in tax’ like VAT

a Report suggests poorer households are disproportionately hit by indirect taxes,  2,207 more words

Day 267 - Packing Tip #01

Packing Tip #01:

Get your home clearer more quickly by packing all the big, decorative, but essentially useless items first.


PS – It’s Day 267, and… 22 more words


Canada Here I Come: The Freakout Begins

So this day three weeks exactly I will be stepping off the plane and into a very long line for customs to start my new life all on my own in Toronto. 698 more words


West Cork Times Blog Post - Late January 2014

It’s hard to believe that we’re back in Calgary almost one month already since our trip home for Christmas. The time is absolutely flying by, but I guess the fact that we had already been so settled into things in Calgary, made it easier in terms of having to adjust to everything again. 621 more words

Life In Calgary

Level of emigration is falling.

According to the CSO the number of Irish people emigrating abroad fell for the first time in seven years in 2013 – dropping 20% from 50,900 to 40,700. 92 more words


A Day in Doha

I’ve been in Doha for less than 36 hours and let me tell you something: it is hot. It is humid and hot, and my bedroom air conditioning is broken, making for a night of interrupted, sweaty, fidgety sleep. 514 more words