Currently Browsing: Rosemary

How much did I spend this week in Dublin?

weekly spend money diaries

I have been obsessed with Refinery29’s Money Diaries, each documenting a different woman’s weekly spend, for far too long now – and I know it’s a curiosity I’m not alone in. So I decided that I’d start a new monthly series, where I document exactly what I’m spending and on what. This weekly spend I […]

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My top podcast recommendations (warning: I like murder)

podcast recommendations

If you like reading my work, listening to my podcast or following me on social media, please consider donating as little as $1 a month (about 89 cents) to support rosemarymaccabe.com and my podcast, How to be Sound. I have a Patreon account where you can do just that – read all about it here and check it out here. […]

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How to be Sound in a post-Referendum world with Ellen Coyne: Episode 8 transcript

Ellen Coyne journalist post Referendum

This episode of How to be Sound features Times Ireland senior reporter Ellen Coyne, talking about life post-Repeal; what Simon Harris smells like and what great feminist fight will be coming next. Here follows the transcript of our chat – please do share with any friends with hearing difficulties who may be interested in learning How to be Sound!  […]

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Shock update: it’s easy to be body positive when you’re thin (and cis, and white…)

Mariah Aro Sharp body positive

Pic credit: Mariah Aro Sharp If you enjoy reading blog posts like ‘It’s easy to be body positive when you’re thin’, would you consider donating as little as $1 a month (about 89 cents) to support rosemarymaccabe.com and my podcast, How to be Sound? I have a Patreon account where you can do just that – read […]

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Accessibility matters: How to be Sound, episode 4 – transcript

Jeanne Sutton endometriosis

For those with accessibility issues – or those who simply like reading along – here’s the transcript of Episode 4 of How to be Sound, talking endometriosis with Jeanne (Jean) Sutton.

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