Competition: The Spa at the InterContinental Dublin

Welcome to new ‘Minnie Mélange’ – A platform for interesting conversations and in-depth discussions on extraordinary women, education, fashion, technology, the arts, popular culture and much more. Whilst the content will remain the same, these online conversations are now framed within a mobile-friendly format and a more refined aesthetic. Sounds good, right? Plus, the interview series’ ‘Extraordinary Women‘ and ‘Minnie Meets‘ are easier to locate and await your perusal.

On top of that, there is now a Minnie Mélange newsletter where you can be updated when new interviews and blog post are published, on upcoming speaking events and the articles and books which I find most thought-provoking.

intercontinental-hotel-competition-minnie-melangeHowever, to sweeten the deal, the InterContinental Dublin have kindly gifted me a ‘Radiance Boost’ spa treatment to give to one person who signs up to the Minnie Mélange newsletter. Look below (or right if you are on desktop) – all I require is for you to submit your contact details and you could be on your way to a five star hotel to be enveloped to undergo a relaxing and revitalising treatment. I’m not envious…

The ‘Radiance Boost’ treatment costs between €85 and €95. The competition will run for one week, the winner will be notified by email but the grand announcement will be made via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Finally, the lovely people at the InterContinental Dublin have kindly asked me to remind you that they are now offering gift vouchers so that you can spoil your loved one, or yourself during the festive season.

Lastly, thank you so much to Paddy Morris for all of his creativity and kindness in developing the new Minnie Mélange, Also, thank you to you for continuing to ‘like’, comment on, tweet, share and engage with the content. It is so appreciated and I hope you like it.

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Sinéad Burke is an academic and a writer with an obsessive interest in fashion, education and 'Extraordinary Women'. She is an ambassador for the Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children and the National Women's Council of Ireland.

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