I offer some advice on creative ways to get rid of any fur your dog sheds. Suggestions range from using it to make clothes and accessories, to using it to scare off garden pests.
In this hub I talk about Stockholm Syndrome: What it is, it's roots in human evolution, where the term originated, and victims of the psychological phenomenon.
I've put together a simple guide to the city of Dublin and the top ten attractions there.
Ever wonder why children bring stuffed animals to bed at night? No? Well, I bet you do now. Most people know the story of Theodore Roosevelt and his connection to teddy bears, but that's just one side to the story....
In this hub you will be briefly introduced to the Japanese Gumiho, Tumamo-No-Mae, and the Teumessian Fox. All three of the foxes feature in legends that are told all around the world.
Find out the stories behind three of the world's legendary canines—Anubis, Gaueko, and Shisa. One is feared, one protects, and one is worshiped—read on to find out which is which.
Coyote and the Columbia is a mezmorising native American story in which a greedy Coyote finally demands too much and is taught a lesson, inadvertently creating the Columbia River. The moral is an obvious one, but a...
A beautiful and magical native American folktale which explains how the crow got it's dark feathers and screaching voice. It gave up it's colourful plumage to save it's animal friends at a time when there were no humans...
The Salmon of Knowledge was said to be a magical fish with golden scales who would grant an amazing ability to the first person who managed to catch and eat it. That person would be the most knowledgeable individual in...
Who wants to play Trivial Pursuit when you can challange your friends to these babies?
There are a number of toys specially manufactured for blind and visually impaired children today, which feature bright colours, sounds, and tactile surfaces. The only thing is, these toys are usually available...
Here is a guide to native Irish fairies. In this article, you'll learn about them all, from grogoches to changelings, and from merrows to leprechauns, of course.