Coffee · Eco-Friendly Living · Food & Drink

Simple Homemade Iced Coffee

With the sun out in full force this summer, I need a cold drink to cool down, and sometimes it's nice to have something that's not water. Cafes make a lot of money from ice-coffees, and frappes, and other cold beverages all summer, but they can be very pricey or not to your liking. Sometimes… Continue reading Simple Homemade Iced Coffee


What I learned in 3rd year

I finished college in the first week of May, and it's only now that I've sat down to write this post, not because I've been too busy because I've been very active with blogging and Youtube  but because 3rd year was... something... Every year I reflect on what I learned that college year, and first and… Continue reading What I learned in 3rd year

Book Reviews

Book Review: Midsummer’s Bottom

I was delighted to get a review copy of Midsummer's Bottom before it comes out. It's certainly a departure from Darren Dash/Shan's usual work such as Sunburn and and Procession of the Dead. Midsummer's Bottom is a comedy about small town actors who stage Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream once a year, on the solstice. What… Continue reading Book Review: Midsummer’s Bottom

Coffee · Eco-Friendly Living

The best coffee & way to enjoy it sustainably

I've already talked about the best and worst coffee in college  and the best and worst coffee of my life but I've never talked about the coffees (yes plural) I drink at home. To be blunt, Limerick isn't great for coffee, America had the some of the best coffee I've ever had, even Cork had great coffee,… Continue reading The best coffee & way to enjoy it sustainably