Waking up early and heading to Yogahub on Camden street for a Flow class. It’s the best way to start a productive day.
The Fumbally for avocado and tomato on toast.
Network on Aungier Street.
Home always. I get far too distracted working in coffee shops so I have to isolate myself away, usually with a deadline looming, to get work done.
I usually put together some leftovers quickly at home but if I’ve time I’d love to head to Happy Food in Yoga Hub for an amazing veggie burger or else Two Boys Brew.
The ISPCA for the day. There are sanctuaries all over the country begging for help, and they don’t charge you entry! There are always dogs and rescue animals that need love and care or just someone to play with them for a few hours.
Arnotts. I love it there. The cosmetic hall is incredible and they’ve lots of contemporary women’s labels. It’s also just around the corner from Penney’s where I pick up my basics.
Sova Food Vegan Butcher. Such good vegan food and it’s BYOB and always bustling. I love seeing how pleasantly surprised people are by how tasty good vegan food can be.
Balfes in The Westbury. I love the buzz of it there always bump into people. The corner couch is my favourite spot.
The Blind Pig, then Peruke and Periwig for cocktails, then upstairs in The Westbury on a Friday night where they have jazz and the most comfortable couches around.
The falafel place in Temple Bar or Mcguiness’s Vegan Chipper on Camden Street.
That you can walk everywhere and even though I’ve lived here most of my life it’s constantly changing and there’s always new places to discover. I also think the people make Dublin. It just feels like home!
The Merrion Hotel.
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