Today’s post is aimed at all of you future Mrs. to be. I still have few wedding related post ideas floating in my head, however now that I am the aul ball-and-chain I don’t think I should be setting up a complete separate wedding section. This well will dry soon and that will then just be useless.
Choosing your wedding perfume can be quite a big decision despite what some people say. Some brides don’t put a lot of thought into it and are quite happy to use their day-to day perfume and that is OK too. For me, I knew I wanted something special; something that will be just for that day; unique; powerful and will forever remind me of our special day whenever I sense it.
“You can always tell who the strong women are. They are the ones you see building one another up, instead of tearing each other down.” – Anonymous
What does powerful woman mean to you? Is it someone who has a lot of money? Contacts? Physical Strength? Or perhaps it’s someone who has a lot of strain in their personal life affecting their mental health, yet they manage to get through their day?
I have been asking myself those questions for quite awhile now… I travel 10 hours each week to & from work among many other women. Some are dressed like a million dollars, some less, more casual. Does it make them worse? Less capable of succeeding in life?
When I started blogging, I didn’t know there was an entire community out there of people who love doing what I do. Blogging lets your creativity have an output and if someone reads it then great! It means you have something to contribute to the world. Perhaps, someone finds it so interesting that it goes viral and you’re an overnight success! But, for majority of us this will not happen and we have to “hustle” equally as hard.
As you can guess from today’s post title I’m bringing you the down low on my 2018 travel bucket list. (Himself doesn’t know it yet, so keep it under wraps)
As we are planning quite a big change in our lives – more about that later, I’m trying to be realistic as to how much we can really “pack” into one year. Below you will find a list of destinations I have been lusting after for awhile – If I get to see 80% of them in 2018 I’d be delighted!
Ring of Kerry – I have lived in Ireland for 13 years now and I’ve only ever been to Kerry once when I was 16 (?). I don’t remember much and I’m fairly sure I have not completed the full ring. I’d love to do it on a long weekend and stop off in Killarney for the night which is meant to be the loveliest little town. The Ring of Kerry is 179km long and the route is just BEAUTIFUL. Not far from there you will find Dingle, which is another lovely little town where you can find the “famous Irish” dolphin.
Giants Causeway, Northern Ireland – Believe it or not, all my time spent in this country and I have never ever been to Northern Ireland. Perhaps, because you hear the stories about the Catholics vs. Protestants and it makes you not want to go in case you get in trouble. Now, I know this sounds very prejudiced; that’s not my aim I’m just being honest. I’ve heard that not too far from there you will find the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge which is also a popular attraction worth doing.