Happy Tuesday Loves! I sat down to write this blog post Sunday night and felt a complete sense of writers block! Recently I’ve been trying to incorporate a meaning or a message or some helpful advice from my experience into each blog post but for some reason nothing was coming to me on Sunday, which is why I decided that today’s post is going to be a fun Q+A session,with questions you guys have asked me over on snapchat (Michaelabear1) OR emails I get from readers again and again!

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Happy Saturday Everyone! I’m currently sitting on my couch watching Sex and the City nursing quite the flu! Slowly starting to learn that burning the candle at both ends working so much is having an undesired effect on my health! That said, I’m pretty happy to have a chilled out weekend after last week’s Paddy’s Day madness so here’s to a lot of Netflix binging and comfy time on my couch! Here’s a couple of fun things I came across on the internet this week!

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Happy Tuesday Everyone! This past weekend was an extra special one for St. Patricks Day! I can’t even begin to describe the sense of Irish pride I felt all weekend seeing the city filled with tricolor flags and people in green t-shirts. There seemed to be a huge amount of Irish people visiting the city for the weekend, I went to a pub after work on Friday and it literally felt like I was back home in Galway which was such a special feeling. Not only that, but I met quite a few girls that night who came up to say hi and tell me that they read this little blog of mine which made me smile SO much! It’s quite funny, everytime I meet someone from home they say that they would love nothing more than to move to New York and don’t get me wrong, it’s called the best city in the world for a good reason but it’s definitely not without fault! Here are 6 things that nobody tells you about living in NYC:

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Happy St.Patricks Day Eve everyone! St. Patricks Day is always one of those days where I wish more than anything I could be back home enjoying the festivities with friends and family but I will say, celebrating Paddy’s Day in New York brings out a sense of Irish pride like no other!┬áIt always amazes me how much the day is celebrated here in the states, there’s always a huge parade on fifth ave and the stores are filled with green cupcakes and “Kiss me I’m Irish cookies!” I’m so incredibly proud to be Irish in every way (I literally scream it from the rooftops anytime I meet someone new!) so I wanted to share a couple of things that I miss the most about Ireland!

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