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Having Irish heritage means different things for Irish-Americans. Some of them don’t really try to find out more about their roots and follow the American way of living, but most of the American citizens we talked to over the years had a … Continue reading
If we were to take a few moments and dig through the United States’ history, we would surely find many Irishmen that were essential in transforming the country in its current form. There’s no secret that many Irish people left Ireland … Continue reading
In a previous blog post, we said that you don’t need Irish ancestry to learn Irish Gaelic. While this is still we believe in, we also have to give credit where credit is due. After years and years of helping … Continue reading
Before going out and discovering the World, we should be trying to figure ourselves out, right? What makes us tick? What drives us forward? Why are we inclined to follow certain paths but not others? Most of these questions can … Continue reading
Life is all about ups and downs. You’ll need to face challenges on a daily schedule and more often than not, you’ll find yourself in need of some extra strength to be successful in whatever you’re doing. For some of … Continue reading
At Bitesize Irish Gaelic we see the task of preserving the Irish language as something we didn’t need to do but rather as an assignment we decided to take upon us with open hearts. It brings us happiness to see other people who … Continue reading
Summer is upon us and people start to go on vacation, having fun with family and friends. Some of them are going on trips outside of their countries so they have to do some extra preparations. For example, they need to know … Continue reading
If we were to take a look at the United States’ history we would find many Irish people who settled there driven by necessity or high hopes and dreams. They became hard working individuals who soon were seen as established … Continue reading