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It's easy to spend ten minutes picking out a few fresh-looking carrots and a head of cabbage from your local supermarket. Growing your own takes a bit more effort and planning, but the rewards are a better health and far greater sense of satisfaction.

http://www.nightcourses.com/blog/return-to-education/reap-the-rewards-of-growing-your-own-produce/

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They say that silence is golden. Perhaps they say so because in our stress-heavy and tech-connected lives it is almost as rare and hard to find as any precious metal.
http://www.nightcourses.com/blog/adult-education/meditation-slowing-things-down-including-ageing/

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The power of the media is an awesome thing. The events and people you read about and the way you feel about them are invariably  influenced by the tenor of the reporting, or by editorial decisions to withhold some details while emphasising others.

http://www.nightcourses.com/blog/return-to-education/journalism-an-evolving-craft/

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Aspiring actors and playwrights will have the opportunity to exercise their talents and improve their technique at Gormanstown Drama Summer School – the result of an arts partnership between Stageworks and The Gaiety School of Acting: The National Theatre School of Ireland.

http://www.nightcourses.com/blog/arts-and-humanities/gormanstown-drama-summer-school/

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Job announcements in the areas of science and technology have been on the increase in the last four years or so. But while such news should be welcomed by all, there are many who may feel that, having no background in third-level study, such subject areas are beyond them.

http://www.nightcourses.com/blog/return-to-education/getting-into-science-and-technology-through-u-learning/

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The digital cosmos is expanding at a staggering rate. Just consider for a moment how much information is available via the internet today: we bank, shop, communicate, document, learn, browse and entertain ourselves through the internet.

http://www.nightcourses.com/blog/return-to-education/digital-cosmos-continues-to-expand/

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When we hear the old adage of ’5-a-day’, most people immediately recognise a general call to action for us consume at least 5 portions of fruit and veg each day as a means of safeguarding better health. But researchers at the University College London (UCL) have put the familiar maxim under close scrutiny, and are now suggesting it may be time for a change.

http://www.nightcourses.com/blog/return-to-education/987/

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Atlas Language School in Dublin offers part-time and evening classes for students of all levels in Spanish, German, French and Portuguese (Brazil). Its language teachers are highly qualified native speakers with extensive and varied experience of teaching environments in Ireland and around the world.

http://www.nightcourses.com/blog/return-to-education/atlas-language-school-the-worlds-not-on-your-shoulders-its-at-your-fingertips/

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Attitudes towards food in Ireland have changed significantly in the last twenty years. Yes, we still love our bacon and ham and our hearty beef stews, but the world’s a smaller place now; we can’t help but know more about foreign produce, cooking techniques and dishes. And that’s a good thing as we now have access to a richer, more flavoursome and varied diet.

http://www.nightcourses.com/blog/return-to-education/a-course-to-satisfy-every-food-lovers-appetite-for-learning/

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This year’s Oscars gave us the traditional the excess of glitz, glibness and red-carpet slip ups, but the awards were also noteworthy for their commemoration of some very fine performances indeed, most notably by Matthew McConaughey, Jared Leto (both for Dallas Buyers Club) and Lupita Nyong’o (12 Years a Slave), who each did their bit to remind viewers just how powerful an actor’s screen presence can become once they’ve come to fully inhabit the character they’re playing.
http://www.nightcourses.com/blog/return-to-education/clowning-around-at-the-lir-national-academy-of-dramatic-art/
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