Lunch at Lishh – More Cork Ramblings

I love finding new places to try out for lunch in Cork City, especially places that are good value for money with varied menus to…

Netflix Picks for Rainy April

Happy April, it’s the first of the month, and the Internet is filled with April Fools jokes. Some better than others, admittedly, but this is…

14 Burning Questions I’ve Got About Paw Patrol

Are you familiar with Paw Patrol? Chances are, if you’ve got a child under the age of five who has been introduced to a television…

Valentines Netflix Date Night Ideas

Here we go again, February 14th, Valentines Day, the day where we make the effort we should be making the other 364 days of the…

Obeo Compost Bags (Review and Giveaway)

I like things which make as little mess as possible – living with a toddler tends to use up all love for mess makers in…

Netflix Rainy Day Watching for January Blues

Oh, the weather outside is… well, it’s bloody awful for the last few weeks, isn’t it? While I consider myself extremely lucky to not have…

Festive Netflix Picks this Christmas AND Christmas Netflix Giveaway

It’s that time of year again boys and girls, the evenings are getting darker, the days getting colder and the shops busier and more full…

4 Irish NonFiction Reads You Should Pick Up Today

I’m a bookworm at heart, I have been since I was a child. I was that kid who was always, without fail, in the book…

Why You Need To Watch How To Get Away With Murder

Straight up – to me, Shonda Rhimes can’t do much wrong (though she makes my tear ducts activate on an almost weekly basis). For the…

Balance Restored: What I’m Watching while avoiding the rest of the unpacking

Balance has been restored to the Four Walls, Rainy Days household. It may have taken 21 days, three phonecalls ending in crying with rage, two…

Asking For It: A Review and Interview with author Louise O Neill.

The concept of rape culture is something that was probably first highlighted to me around the time of the furore around that “Blurred Lines” song…

Netflix Picks this August

It’s getting to the time of year where all the shows I’m looking forward to seeing again are about to hit our screens – I’m…

Nocturnal Netflix – insomnia edition.

Insomnia is never really a welcome friend to any house. I’ve never been a big fan of it – I like my sleep, comfy and…

Foolproof Baby Changing On the Go – Becky Mantin Nappy Grab Bag (review plus giveaway)

I’ve been changing nappies on a daily basis for the last 16 months. I’ve become somewhat of an old hand at it, there are no…

Brunch at No. 9 Barronstrand St; a Delicious Treat

As part of my trip back to the not-so-sunny South East, a couple of visits to Waterford were in order. I’ve got a lot of…

Just One More Show – Tales of a Netflix Addict

So my blog has been a bit quieter of late. We’ve not been off on massive adventures, and we’re just over a horrible bout of…

The Netflix Tag

I’ve had Netflix for about a year and a half now, and was lucky enough near the end of last year to become a member…

Cooking up a Netflix Storm

I like food programmes, despite being a crappy cook. I aspire to have the talent of those onscreen, but forget to turn off the oven…

The Last Fairy Tales, The Adventures of Wilbur Burrows – Review

Recently, I’ve had the great pleasure of reading a charming book writtenfor children but with a deeper message that can apply to us all; regardless…

London Baby! Netflix Stream Team Bloggers on Tour!

  So if you follow me on any social media, in particular Twitter or Instagram, you may have noticed that I went to London for…

March Madness!

  Another month gone by. Another first day of the month where I resolve that this is going to be the one where I give…

Romantic Nights In With Netflix

Valentines Day is a different ball game when there is a baby (or many) in the picture. What previously would have been a for-sure night…

Christmas on Netflix! And A Christmas Giveaway!

So it’s freezing. It’s the first of December, acceptable to play Christmas music and resolve to change your ways in January (sure, whats the point…

Losing the plot, a journey through baby books

Ah reading, my old friend, the thing I used to do before my spare time was taken up with blogging, and singing “Ali Baba had…

The New FOMO

FOMO is prevalent in most of our daily lives. The fear of missing out. It varies from person to person, and varies to each person…