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GlamGirlGo: Adventures in Dublin, Ireland

My first epic visit to Dublin, Ireland was for St. Patrick Day! It was jam packed with adventure with pub hopping, a parade and an impromptu singing battle with a Scottish soccer team. It was a hazy, crazy good time! I had so much fun, I returned with some of my best friends and a few hundred U2 fans for the epic concert and anniversary of the Joshua Tree album. We spent that visit on a misson to find Bono in his natural habitat. We used our hunt for the crooner as our excuse to explore as many local pubs and clubs as humanly possible from Dublin to Dalkey. In my search for the iconic singer, my friends and I discovered some really cool things to see and do in Dublin. Here's what I discovered.... 
Where to stay: The Clarencehttp://www.theclarence.ie/ just steps from the Temple Bar, St. Stephen’s Green, restaurants, theatres, and shopping districts, the Clarence offers a stylish stay in the heart of Dublin. It’s no secret that patrons should come prepared to party like a rock star, …
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Profile of a Glamgirl: Jacqueline M. Baker

Jacqueline M. Baker, is an expert in the art of reinvention. Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, the author, etiquette and leadership consultant began her career planning weddings. Under the umbrella of her company Scarlett Communications, she also produced special events before hitting a stride as a corporate etiquette coach. According to Baker, "As the Principal Consultant and Founder of Scarlet Communications, I train individuals and organizations to develop and refine important leadership and etiquette skills and embrace experiences that increase confidence and provide a competitive advantage. I have provided training, coaching, and consulting to corporations and community organizations, including Nike, the Department of Defense, the Detroit Lions, Deloitte, the Buffalo Bills, Ernst & Young, Fiat Chrysler, Midnight Golf, the DC Mayor’s office and many others." Her journey as an entrepreneur inspired her to write her first book, "Leader By Mistake". The boo…