Irish Baby Names Inspired by Christmas

Having a baby around Christmas time can make the holidays even more special. Irish baby names that are related to the festive period are not only incredibly beautiful but also carry deeper meanings that make them even better. Whether your baby is born around Christmas, or it’s just your favourite time of year, here are

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5 Gifts to Get Co-Workers

Christmas is the time of year for giving and showing people what they mean to you. It’s no different for co-workers. Most workplaces will organise a Secret Santa draw to ensure that everyone gets a present and everyone gets to give one too. Here are some of the best gifts to get your co-workers that

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Christmas Traditions From Around the World

Christmas is certainly the most wonderful time of the year right across the world. For those that celebrate it can be a period of love, giving and joy. Each country has its own culture and practices when it comes to the festive period that we may not have here in Ireland. These traditions from other

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Irish Language Phrases to Use This Christmas

Christmas is a time for getting in touch or meeting up with friends and family. This year, impress them by using a cúpla focal as Gaeilge. The Irish language is beautiful and rich and can make almost anything sound lovely. Whether you speak it or not, it can be easy to incorporate it into your

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Fun Christmas Party Themes To Try This Year

Christmas parties are often the highlight of the holiday period. Meeting up with friends and family for a night of festive fun is almost essential for the time of year. While any party can be great fun, why not theme your Christmas party this year? Here are some cool party themes for your festive fun

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4 DIY Christmas Cards to Make This Year

The joy of sending Christmas cards is an important aspect of the holiday season. Receiving and opening cards from your family and friends is even better. Whether it’s from those who are abroad in faraway countries or simply from your neighbour across the street, a Christmas card is a wonderful sentiment that they’re thinking of

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The Tradition of Wren Day

Christmas traditions are what make the holiday special year in, year out. Some are more conventional, like visiting family or going to carol services. However, the most unusual ones are often the most interesting. One such is Wren Day.  It’s celebrated on St Stephen’s Day, 26th of December, in many countries across Europe. It’s thought

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Christmas Crafts for Kids

Children tend to get incredibly excited in the lead-up to Christmas. It can be hard to keep them entertained after you’ve brought them to see Santa or let them stay up to watch the Late Late Toy Show. These kids Christmas crafts will keep you both occupied for hours all while having some fun. Fear

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