Kate Bellamy
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Kate Bellamy is a TV and features writer online and in print in Ireland and the UK covering pop-culture, contemporary women's issues and TV.

Kate grew up in Essex but now lives in the Irish countryside. She loves words, watching television and wearing natty jumpers. She's worked for magazines and online and this year was shortlisted in the Vogue Talent Contest for Young Writers.

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Entries by Kate Bellamy

Deciphering Dating, Part Four - the New Rules: The Dating Dos and Don'ts for the Digital Generation

(0) Comments | Posted 11 February 2014 | (09:29)

2014 might be the year you have decided to find a partner. Physically find one, grab them and not let go. So to save you some time I have recently been immersing myself in the world of self-help and dating manuals, (let's say it was for "research") to decipher their...

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Deciphering Dating, Part Three - Men are From Mars, Women are From Venus

(1) Comments | Posted 19 January 2014 | (07:30)

2014 might be the year you have decided to find a partner. Physically find one, grab them and not let go. So to save you some time I have recently been immersing myself in the world of self-help and dating manuals, (let's say it was for "research") to decipher their...

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Deciphering Dating, Part Two - He's Just Not That Into You

(0) Comments | Posted 13 January 2014 | (12:01)

2014 might be the year you have decided to find a partner. Physically find one, grab them and not let go. So to save you some time I have recently been immersing myself in the world of self-help and dating manuals, (let's say it was for "research") to decipher their...

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Deciphering Dating, Part One - the Rules

(1) Comments | Posted 6 January 2014 | (15:10)

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image: Sharon Pruitt. Pretty Pink & Green Love Heart

2014 might be the year you have decided to find a partner. Physically find one, grab them and not let go. So to save you some time I have recently been immersing myself...

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Reasons to be Cheerful in January

(0) Comments | Posted 29 December 2013 | (16:51)

Hurrah! It's a new year. Full of new hopes and dreams and this one is definitely OURS. Bleurgh. Cue the New Years blues. We're finally full; of the vigour and joys of our finally eased New Years hangovers and Christmas pudding, yet we're haunted, desperately clutching at the last stray...

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How to Survive the Family Christmas

(0) Comments | Posted 24 December 2013 | (10:38)

I've been doing Christmas at home for the last twenty-four years, granted the first few of those I didn't have much say in, the last three have been spent in the perpetual state of recently-returned-home-from-uni-definitely-moving-on-again-soon. At first thought a family dinner with clean cutlery, something snazzier than value lager and...

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