‘It’s easy to fall into a habit of dissatisfaction, culminating in a sense of uneasiness about our lives. Is this it? Is this all there is? writes Louise O'NeillMORE
Much to the surprise of some readers of this column (thank you, strange man on the internet for telling me I was ‘permanently outraged’ and ‘exhausting’ — I truly believe we could have a future together. Call me), I’m not very confrontational.
A COUPLE of months ago, I was introduced to the concept of Intuitive Eating and I have become almost evangelical about it, says Louise O’NeillMORE
We wonder what their ulterior motives are and we give them close-lipped smiles and wish they would leave us alone, writes Louise O'NeillMORE
This is my favourite time of the year. The evenings getting darker, the fires lighting, there’s no need to carry a parasol with me at all times lest a single ray of sunshine touch my skin.
When I first began writing, I had my own blog. The most popular piece I ever posted was when I shared embarrassing period stories and asked other women to comment underneath with their own, writes Louise O'Neill.MORE
While working at ELLE in New York, I had to challenge quite a few of my colleagues’ misconceptions about Ireland.
I had an interesting conversation at the farmers’ market recently, writes Louise O’Neill.MORE
Since reading Hillary Clinton’s memoir I’ve been giving a lot of thought to ‘difficult women’, writes Louise O’Neill.MORE
I know that most of you are horrified by the stories detailing the atrocities that women have been subjected to over the last 100 years, writes Louise O’NeillMORE
It seems doubly cruel how we laugh at plastic surgery that has gone wrong, writes Louise O’NeillMORE
There were warning signs back in April, signs I should have paid attention to. I was in hospital, about to go under general anaesthetic and I was playing a bargaining game with the surgeon.MORE
I was recently approached by Always to be part of the Irish team for their #LikeAGirl campaign, writes Louise O’Neill.MORE