Unwind and let go welcomes guest contributors from all over the world!
Have you got a great Spa recommendation? A beautiful yoga experience you want to share? Or a moment of Slow Living that has changed your life? Maybe even a great Lifestyle Tip! Why not share what you’ve experienced with other Unwind readers today! We’d love to hear from you.
Posts should be about 600 words and fall into one of these five categories – Slow Living, Spa retreats, Photography, Lifestyle or Yoga. Send an email to Unwindandletgo@gmail.com and share your experience with followers from around the globe!
Check out some of our recent guest writers in the Unwind and let go Community
Mark Ody is an Englishman living in Dublin. He has a French partner, 3 kids, and a very well behaved Jack Russell dog. In his blog post a Moroccan Spa experience for two, he shares his Spa Experience of the Heure Bleu Hotel in Essaouira, Morocco.
Joanie Bergin imagines herself (when not working or cooking for her husband and 4 children, or 6 if you include their Golden Retriever and Sourdough) to be constructive travel critic. She is really passionate about baking and cooking and is a self professed vanilla snob. In her blog post Tips for Long Haul Travel, she shares her top tips on flying long haul after spending years jetting around the world.
Natalie McGuinness is a late arrival to the world of beauty and spa treatments, but they are now an essential part of her battle against time and gravity. In her blog post Experiencing the new Spa at Ashford Castle , she gives her views on one of the top Spas in Ireland.
Ingrid Miller has been trapped in the body of a delinquent teenager since turning 40 but tries her best to look for all intents and purposes like a well-balanced 40-something career driven wife and mum of two, living in a semi-d in South Dublin. In her blog post Volunteering for Strictly, she gets out of her comfort zone and learns to dance!
Dearbhla Doyle is a sometimes Irish Diplomat living and working in Brussels. When not lamenting the current sorry state of the world, she enjoys fine food and wine, good conversation, opera, reading and seeing new places. She is also not averse to some well deserved pampering from time to time. Dearbhla reviews the Dead Sea Spa at the Kempinski Ishtar Jordan, which she recently visited.