Theatre Review: Giselle

Giselle is a pretty and delicate ballet but there are very sinister undertones which become obvious in the second act. Act One is set in a village populated by very attractive villagers in tones of ocher. They celebrate the ripening of the grapes, carrying big baskets overflowing with the fruit and there is a happy […]

#MondayMindfulness :Be the change you want to see

How do we make sense of this cruel world? We had Manchester, now London, we have shootings and stabbings in Northern Ireland, we have international corruption and wars, the list goes on. Daily we have bullies and theft, backstabbing and untruthful gossips, we have the unexpected and the unexplainable and regularly we are stunned that […]

#InAshleighsShoes ‘Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself’ by Ashleigh Coyle

#InAshleighsShoes ‘Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself’ by Ashleigh Coyle After receiving numerous encouraging & sweet messages since last Thursday’s blog, I thought I would do a slight continuation but focus on a few simple rules which have helped me. For those who missed last week, you can catch up here These almost sound silly, […]

#beautybitch :Can’t get enough…. of beauty by Claire Duff

CANT GET ENOUGH… OF BEAUTY BY CLAIRE DUFF! Environ Hydroboost Facial at Claire Duff Beauty, Dunmurry At this time of the year, the weather can often leave skin dehydrated. Combined with pollution, daily stress and everyday activities means everyone’s skin could do with a little TLC right about now! Admittedly, I am very lucky to […]