The Burnout Solution offers a step-by-step path through feelings of stress and anxiety towards renewed clarity of mind and an ability to prioritise the important things in life. We live in an era of `yes, I can'.
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This full-length biographical study of one of the most important women in Irish political life in the 20th century is now reissued by UCD Press. Hanna Sheehy Skeffington, trailblazing feminist and part of a pioneering ge ...Quick View
Lifting the ancient orc curse and destroying the Arcane Syphons should have brought peace to Panos. But one generation later, a new force brings destruction from the skies. With the northern elf lands ablaze, Sarah and G ...Quick View
`Rich Poems for Poor Hearts' is a simple attempt to reflect the complexity and richness of a life well lived through the magic of musical poetry. `Rich Poems for Poor Hearts' is a simple attempt to reflect the complex ...Quick View
A journey from Drimnagh to Ailesbury Road, through Family, Guinness (Dublin), Films, Chronic Pain and Industrial Relations. "This incredible journey, written in delicious detail by Mike Lawlor, takes us through many b ...Quick View
A miscellany of prose, poetry and memories. Most of the titles will have been drawn from writing prompts given and selected in Creative Writing Class and group presentation. Wordsmiths Tullamore Creative Writers' Gro ...Quick View
I have run the gauntlet of many borders in my time, but the border I grew up with at home was far and away the most trying," writes Seamas OCathain (Professor Emeritus at University College Dublin, and former Director of ...Quick View
Natural beauty remedies and treatments from your garden from expert 'well-ness' guru, Fiann O Nuallain. A handy guide to natural skin, body and beauty remedies derived from garden, pantry and kitchen sources.
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Detective Kieran Temple is woken by a 4am call from his ex-partner, Mia Burrows. And she’s just killed her boyfriend.As Temple is compelled to investigate, he must do so behind the backs of his superiors and his wife. ...Quick View
In the winter issue of the Dublin Review, Roisin Kiberd writes about her history – and ours – with energy drinks, which fuel ‘an ever-accelerating cycle of work and consumption, work and consumption, work and consu ...Quick View
This little volume is a labyrinth of thoughts, reflections, fantasies, madness. Ever present is the author's devilish companionship with the Muses. Thoughts, fly around like satellites speeding through space, are harness ...Quick View