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Thursday 4 June, 2015

Are brides-to-be supposed to love wedding dresses? Unfortunately I'm not one of them...

I’ve recently gotten engaged and have since come to the (unfortunate) conclusion that I completely detest all wedding dresses.

Wednesday 12 February, 2014

Column: It’s a dog-eat-dog world out there, so here are some tips before Valentine's Day

Tinder, speed dating, online profiles… it can all get a little confusing. Here are Jenny Conlon’s tips to avoid the pitfalls of the dating scene this Valentine’s Day.

Saturday 26 October, 2013

Column: The rise of bodybuilding shows strong is the new skinny

Bodybuilding might not be for everyone – but I’m glad to see more varied and healthy role models for young girls, writes Jenny Conlon.

Thursday 26 September, 2013

Column: The truths and costs of moving to London

Many young Irish people who have exhausted their job search at home are choosing to pop across the water to London – if you’re one of them, here are some much-needed tips, writes Jenny Conlon.

Sunday 26 May, 2013

Column: I can’t pinpoint the moment I decided I wasn’t going to eat anymore

Suffering from anorexia as a teenager, Jenny Conlon’s weight dropped to just 6 stone before. While speaking about her experience for the first time is difficult, she says if it helps one person, it will be worth it.

Saturday 20 April, 2013

Column: I’m running in the London marathon and I’m proud I’ll be able to pay my respect to the Boston runners

Jenny Conlon says it’s difficult to understand why an event of achievement like the Boston Marathon would be targeted in such a way. Training for a marathon is one of the most challenging things you can do and it makes you realise that life is for living, she writes.