The Demon Drink!

What better way to start your weekend than listening to a podcast about the negative aspects of drink??
The latest episode of my podcast series, Second Breakfast, is up on Spotify and Apple! This week I talk about my relationship with drink, why I’m trying to be more respectful of drink and the way I consume it and tell some funny stories of me being wasted all over the globe!

Rathpeacon Pintcast – Brendan Ahern and Aidan O'Brien The Rathpeacon Rambler's Podcast

This week Dinny and Cian talk to two giants of Rathpeacon hurling, Brendan Ahern and Aidan O'Brien. The lads talk us through the highs and lows of their career with the small club, the red cards they wouldn't dispute and give us their thoughts on the modern game. A brilliant chat with two Rathpeacon legends!
  1. Rathpeacon Pintcast – Brendan Ahern and Aidan O'Brien
  2. Rathpeacon Pintcast Episode 2 – Cian Clifford
  3. Rathpeacon Pintcast
  4. Second Breakfast – Tonald Drump
  5. Second Breakfast – Blue Monday

I have noticed recently that even though I’ve switched to drinking beers that I like the taste of, I am still drinking to excess. There is no reason to drink eight or nine bottles just because they are in the fridge!

I am not trying to be preachy in this podcast. I am selfishly trying to articulate my thoughts. If somebody finds a bit of solace in my words or recognises themselves in my experience then I feel a bit better. Let me know what you think and if anybody wants to talk, about anything, feel free to DM me on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, or email this page if you wish. Have a great weekend guys x

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