Caoimhe (26) presents Blas on BBC Radio Ulster each Thursday night. On February 1 she will even current Croi na Ceiste le Caoimhe, a brand new BBC Two Northern Eire documentary taking a look at the usage of non-surgical beauty remedies. Caoimhe is initially from Letterkenny and has been dwelling and dealing in Belfast for the previous 4 years.
: Do you’re taking common train and if that’s the case, what?
A: I play soccer with Laochra Loch Lao in west Belfast and between coaching and matches we often have a busy schedule. I actually miss enjoying with the women however we’re on a person coaching schedule in the meanwhile and between that and three fitness center classes per week over Zoom, I’m positively retaining energetic. I actually take pleasure in strolling and mountain climbing, as we did a lot strolling round Donegal rising up so I’ve cherished discovering new walks round Belfast throughout lockdown. Seems Donegal is not the one lovely place in Eire!
Q: What’s the worst sickness you’ve got had?
A: I have never ever been too sick fortunately. I’ve gentle bronchial asthma so it’s one thing I must at all times take care of. I got here again from Electrical Picnic 2018 with a horrendous chest an infection however I actually solely had myself in charge!
Q: How wholesome is your food regimen?
A: I’d contemplate my food regimen to be wholesome more often than not. We had been at all times raised on actually tasty and wholesome home made meals and that has positively caught with me. I actually take pleasure in meals and making my very own meals. I discover good meals is a type of leisure throughout lockdown and I stay up for indulging on the weekend in a Belfast restaurant’s dwelling meal package, a takeaway or a home made brunch.
Q: Any unhealthy habits?
A: If procrastination is a nasty behavior, it is positively mine. My largest type of procrastination might be writing out an inventory of duties for the week after which taking some time to begin them. Though it’s a nice feeling to strike them off as soon as accomplished.
Q: Do you drink and smoke/if that’s the case how a lot?
A: I do not smoke, however I positively take pleasure in a drink. I have been attempting new craft beers just lately as my housemate purchased a craft beer month-to-month subscription field for my birthday.
Q: Do you’re taking any dietary supplements?
A: I take vitamin C, a multivitamin and cod liver oil capsules each morning. Maybe a reassurance, greater than something!
Q: How do you’re taking outing?
A: I take heed to a variety of radio, podcasts and audiobooks in my down time and likewise take pleasure in watching TV sequence and movies with my housemates. I work loads and my social life positively stuffed the rest of my time earlier than the pandemic so I’m additionally having fun with the prospect to learn books, sing and draw as of late, all hobbies I loved earlier than life received too busy. I’ve additionally just lately discovered to knit. My mum very patiently taught me through the first lockdown in Donegal. I used to be delighted to get a few of my granny’s previous knitting needles for Christmas so hopefully I will be flying by way of the headscarf I’m at present knitting.
Q: How nicely do you sleep?
A: I’m responsible of delaying my bedtime by studying or scrolling on my cellphone however as quickly as my head hits the pillow, I’m asleep. I sleep nicely and often for seven or eight hours so any much less and I am like a zombie.
Q: Do you are concerned about getting previous?
A: I do not fear about getting previous as a result of I feel a variety of it’s to do together with your mentality round all of it and I’ve a variety of constructive agers in my household! Look is certainly an enormous supply of individuals’s anxiousness round getting older and whereas filming my documentary about beauty process my eyes had been opened to how younger individuals at the moment are beginning “preventative” measures comparable to Botox.
Croi na Ceiste le Caoimhe is on BBC Two Northern Eire at 10pm on Monday, 1 February and also will be accessible on BBC iPlayer. Caoimhe presents Blas each Thursday night on BBC Radio Ulster at 7pm and can also be accessible on BBC Sounds