October has arrived and with it the dark evenings. I don’t know about you but I quiet like the idea of getting home having dinner and toasting in front of a warm cosy fire.
We have lots for you this month, We have Marissa Carter who seems to be rising and rising in the beauty business. We also chat to an amazing young man from Killarney, Ian O Connell who’s life changed after a freak bike accident, but it certainly doesn’t defy him and he is a breath of fresh air to feature in Connect and we are thrilled he took the time to chat to us.
Health is all too important any time of year but especially as we change seasons and prepare for colder weather, we get advice from those who know best on eating, exercise, medical checks and lots more.
Of course Halloween is this month and we are all wondering how different it will be this year, will the little ones be allowed trick or treat? Tonya gives us the background on the tradition of Halloween with her own slant on things which is always entertaining.
Kerry Film Festival is happening mid-month and we have some news from the team there as they go online this year, and Mary Lucey former Principal of Kerry College tells us about her Career Change and her new venture.
Lots of great reading this month and as always we encourage you to shop local with our committed advertisers, they are all trying to keep the doors open in these times and buying from them will help do that. Shopping online is wonderful if its to one of our great local retailers providing the online service they do so please support local and shop local and keep our county moving.
Stay safe and mind each other.
Until next month.