Category Archives: Blogging 101

Ten Things I’ve Learned

Question everything, especially yourself. Big changes come from lots of people doing little things. Running away doesn’t work because you can’t escape yourself. The actuality is frequently less painful than the imagining. Check yourself for prejudice and chose not to act on it. Measure … Continue reading

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Blogging 101: Burning down the house.

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Burning Down the House.” This Blogging 101 assignment doesn’t particularly appeal to me. I write because I feel compelled to write honestly about things that matter to me. I take my prompts from life, from society, … Continue reading

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Challenging Conversations

Ireland has been criticised for having one of the world’s most restrictive abortion laws because it jeopardises women’s health and lives subjecting them to cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment with a disproportionate impact on poor women, adolescents, asylum seekers, and those with disabilities or those … Continue reading

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Taglines and Titles

Blogging 101: Assignment 2: Taglines and Titles Reminds me of the Elton Documentary ‘Tantrums and Tiaras” but thats a whole other blog. I didn’t already have a blog title so I was starting from scratch and was actually taken by surprise … Continue reading

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Who am I and Why am I Here?

Blogging 101: Assignment 1: Who am I and why am I here? Wow, talk about throwing us in at the deep-end. These are big philosophical questions that I have struggled with for most of my life. Over the years I have found … Continue reading

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