Ireland

Ordinary People Can Change Lives, Just Like St. Patrick.

Posted on 03/13/2012 by | Volunteering | Comments

Your LifeSean Albro Tuohy is the man I sleep with every night. Well most nights. Oh, get your mind out of the gutter. He’s my one and only.  His younger brother is Seamus Timothy Tuohy. There was a baby brother who died shortly after birth; his name was Patrick Padare Tuohy. Not withstanding, that being said, obviously this family has serious Irish roots. My husband could have actually played basketball on the Irish National Olympic basketball team. I informed him that …

Ireland: The Best Place in the World in which to Grow Older?

Posted on 09/7/2011 by | Giving & Volunteering | Comments

VolunteeringThis is a guest blog post from Reed Sandridge.  Sandridge lost his job in 2009 and did the unthinkable – he started giving away $10 a day to complete strangers!  He captured the story of every recipient at www.yearofgiving.org.  A frequent writer and speaker on volunteering and micro-philanthropy, Sandridge lives in our nation’s capital. In my last article I shared a little bit of my recent trip to Ireland.  It was my kind of trip.  I was able to combine …

Volunteering Overseas: My Recent Adventure to Ireland

Posted on 08/25/2011 by | Giving & Volunteering | Comments

VolunteeringThis is a guest blog post from Reed Sandridge.  Sandridge lost his job in 2009 and did the unthinkable – he started giving away $10 a day to complete strangers!  He captured the story of every recipient at www.yearofgiving.org.  A frequent writer and speaker on volunteering and micro-philanthropy, Sandridge lives in our nation’s capital. A few weeks ago I wrote about combining travel with volunteer work.  For me this has been somewhat required this year given my commitment to volunteer …