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Fuses are rarely shorter than at 30,000 feet, but those who are stressed out by air travel can find ways to ward off the aggression of fellow travellers, writes Arlene Harris
Whether you simply want a tidier house or believe that it’s the only way of calming the chaos of a world gone mad, cleaning and tidying have become the latest craze, writes Arlene Harris
For many professionals in the so-called caring fields of nursing and psychiatry, compassion fatigue can be a sign of secondary traumatic stress, writes Arlene Harris
Amateur choirs are having a heyday - and across the nation, people seeking the mental health benefits of singing and the chance to make friends ‘in real life’ are singing loud and proud
The Cork branch of the franchise network is part of a global brand which began in Australia in 1899 and has been trading in Ireland since 1984
Urban farming is catching on in a big way, with more and more people becoming aware of the need to use city spaces to grow food and make the planet cleaner
The franchise industry provides a massive contribution to the Irish economy with a turnover of circa €1 billion while 30,000 people are employed full time in the sector
In these busy, online-obsessed times, the art of good etiquette is becoming increasingly irrelevant to sections of the younger generation
A gentle breeze on the skin, warm sun dazzling the senses, beautiful foliage and clean air all around: forest bathing is becoming an increasingly popular way to wash away the blues of modern life, writes Arlene Harris
Taking each day as it comes on a barge on the Yonne river in southern Burgundy is one of the most relaxing ways to spend a summer European holiday, writes Arlene Harris
Who has it better, the city slicker or the country cousin?
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