The team at DHR share their plans for the holiday season, reminisce on the year that was, and talk about hopes and wishes for 2015!
My plans for the holidays are to go home to Tipperary and eat all around me! I’m really looking forward to spending time with all my family and seeing old friends who are back home for Christmas!
I’m wishing for world peace, obviously, as well as a nice handbag, books, and eh, Taylor Swift’s album. But that’s a secret.
The most memorable moment of the past year in DHR was probably Africa Day in May. Crazy but brilliant day, my feet still aren’t the same after it! Another highlight – the back of my head appearing on the Six One News not once, but twice!
My hope for 2015 is to keep having as much fun as I am now!
My plans for the holidays are reading lots and enjoying the Moroccan winter sun.
I’m wishing for Santa to come up trumps for a very excited six-year-old this Christmas.
The most memorable moment of the past year in DHR was when my heel broke (twice).
My hopes for 2015 are success of the Marriage Equality Referendum; success in business and success for all of our clients.
My plans for the holidays are catching up with family, friends and sleep!
I’m wishing for lots of sleep and country walks this Christmas.
The most memorable moment of the past year in DHR was celebrating the company’s 10 year anniversary in September.
My hopes for 2015 are to stay healthy and travel as much as I can.
My plans for the holidays are to float in the Gulf of Thailand, get a big tan, and come back with lots sand in my shoes!
I’m wishing for lots and lots of German food this Christmas.
The most memorable moment of the past year in DHR was dancing in front of the main stage at the end of a very successful Africa Day 2014.
My hopes for 2015 are that the new year will be as fantastic as 2014!
My plans for the holidays are watching Singing in the Rain, eating as much sausage stuffing as I possibly can on Christmas Day, and celebrating NYE in Bratislava.
I’m wishing for good health, happiness and peace for my colleagues, friends, family and loved ones around the world this Christmas.
The most memorable moment of the past year in DHR was when my hand modelling was finally recognised and my left hand (complete with blue nail varnish) was featured on the pages of national print media. And the most memorable moment was joining the team back in February of course!
My hopes for 2015 are that I will travel to new countries, spend more time with family and friends (old and new), and that the country will show up at polling booths in May and vote Yes for marriage equality.
My plans for the holidays are to head home to my family in Tipperary, and hopefully be spoilt rotten for a while. I’m looking forward to home-cooked meals (that I don’t have to cook myself!); lazing in front of a blazing fire; catching up with all my relatives and friends; and getting out for long, relaxing walks on crisp winter days.
I’m wishing for lots and lots of lie-ins this Christmas.
The most memorable moment of the past year in DHR was… There have been a few. Travelling to Addis Ababa to deliver training to government officials and diplomats there. Getting insider glimpses into the crazy (in a good way!) world of fashion, while working on NCAD’s fashion show (and later getting catwalk-side seats). The night of our 10-year birthday party. Meeting the legendary Sir Jack Leslie at the recent opening of the National Library of Ireland’s ‘World War Ireland’ exhibition.
My hopes for 2015 are to win lots of exciting new business!