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Beach hair, it shouldn’t cost a thing!

July 2, 2011 by

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Its July and finally there seems to be a temporary reprieve in the weather, so your flip flops are back and bare arms turn towards the missing sun in anticipation. I have wavy hair, bits of it, the rest seems to hover somewhere between frizz and spaniels ears. I do love the post sea swim […]

Tape me back

June 23, 2011 by

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We caught sight of this wonderful re-purpose from Laura over on Facebook and had to share it with you all! Catch up with more of her wonderfulness over here! Aaaaaaaaaaaaaannnnnndddd……..Tadaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!!!!!-

Let me tell you about Tess

June 21, 2011 by

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Let me tell you about one of the weekly traders,  Tess, who  came laden with ideas, not just for what she would sell but for how much she could invest in herself and the scheme, her plans were so full it seems to miss out on only one ingredient…sleep. Tess’ determination speaks volumes to me […]

Raging against the Machine in Ireland

June 13, 2011 by

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  I set the Market Bazaar up in response to the protracted death knell of Ennis as I knew it. My father is a signwriter, we grew up in the middle of the Market and watched it change from a vibrant buzzing centre of commerce and social support to a giant car park with fewer […]

Opening

June 1, 2011 by

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    Here are a few quick snaps from Opening weekend, things have gotten bigger and more colourful since…more photoblogs of our weekends to follow!

Daily procrasternation hacks

May 19, 2011 by

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You’re busy. I’m busy. Everyone is busy. Yet, despite all this bustle, we often don’t feel particularly productive from day to day. Whole weeks can flash by in a blur of relatively meaningless emails, meetings, and admin tasks while the “big stuff” goes untended. As the 19th-century thinker Henry David Thoreau wrote, “It is not […]

Things I’d like to see in Ennis

May 18, 2011 by

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I’d love to see empty shops being used in Ennis for the arts, dance shows, for creative workshops for young and old. Maintenance order on all main-street property owners to maintain the shopfronts and appearance of derelict properties.This would keep our lovely little town looking as good as it could as well as bringing communities […]