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#mirror mirror

Cara Delevingne hopes to help young people by discussing depression frankly in her new book

“It’s exactly the same as being physically sick.”

From TheJournal.ie This mirror can tell you what goes with your clothes when you're buying them Mirror Mirror
From TheJournal.ie How can Lucinda get into Government? ... Turns out she could learn a thing or two by watching Borgen Mirror Mirror

How can Lucinda get into Government? ... Turns out she could learn a thing or two by watching Borgen

What happens when a former political high-flyer teams up with well-known financial guru to attempt a career reboot? (Article may contain SPOILERS).

From TheJournal.ie Mirror mirror on the... exterior wall of your house On Reflection

Mirror mirror on the... exterior wall of your house

A trend for – very literally – mirroring the landscape surrounding a building is gaining international traction.

Someone has invented a mirror that takes selfies for you

An essential household item.

VIDEO: Seriously, this is the best thing you're going to see today Mirror Mirror This post contains videos

VIDEO: Seriously, this is the best thing you're going to see today

HEY! WHO’S THAT GUY?! Kittens and puppies versus the mirror

Spider asks: "Who is this handsome devil?" Mirror Mirror This post contains videos

Spider asks: "Who is this handsome devil?"

I’m talking with the man in the mirror…

From TheJournal.ie In pics: What goes into making an aerial circus show? Absolut Fringe This post contains images

In pics: What goes into making an aerial circus show?

A troupe performing at ABSOLUT Fringe in Dublin next month have given TheJournal.ie a behind-the-scenes peek at the work that goes into hitting the heights (but not the ceiling).