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How my unexpected gap year helped me grow There are so many things you can do during a gap year, whether you've planned it or not

Why I decided to run a marathon this year Caitlin always enjoyed running 5km but this year has set herself the challenge of running a marathon

Why I'm happy with my decision not to drink SpunOut.ie volunteer Caitlin talks about Ireland's drinking culture and why she doesn't drink alcohol

How running helps my physical and mental health Running gives Caitlin a chance to clear her head and lifts her energy levels for the day

How I learned to manage my depression Conor describes what depression feels like for him and what his journey with depression has been like

Living with a disability and overcoming obstacles "The Disabled Gamer" gives a glimpse into how he thinks about his disability

Why I started caring about the climate emergency Growing up, Edi was not very interested in environmental issues, but he shares why that's changed recently

Why we need young voices to shape our political conversation Sárán talks about running in the local elections and what he learned from the experience

'Breaking the Seal' - a podcast about students' attitude to alcohol in Ireland Aoife talks to students and professionals in Dublin City University about Ireland's drinking culture

My opportunity to learn about the Global Ireland 2025 strategy Ross recently attended the Global Ireland Summit where he listened to some interesting panel discussion

How people power can challenge the political system As part of our Young People in Politics series, Adrienne Wallace talks about her experience of the local elections.

Political systems can change when more young people get involved As part of our Young People in Politics series, Daniel Whooley shares his experience from the 2019 local elections and talks about his plans for the future