Forget “learning a language.” Focus on the habit. via Fluent in 3 months

Paper, Colour

So I found another amazing article I wanted to share with you over here. It’s about one of my favourite subjects, learning a language. As you know I’m a language learning enthusiast. I’ve been trying to learn German, although unsuccessfully lately, along with rememorating my French knowledge. Anyways. I’ve always been fascinated by How we learn, and Why. So I found this great article on an amazing website called Fluent in 3 Months. Awesome all over. Amazing people write over there and you can learn a great deal about different cultures and language. Also, you find delightful and amazing people talking …

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Don’t Panic, I’m Islamic from Saqi Books #BookReview


Don’t Panic, I’m Islamic Words and Pictures on How to Stop Worrying and Learn to Love the Alien Next Door Edited by Lynn Gaspard How can you tell if your neighbor is speaking Muslim? Is a mosque a kind of hedgehog? Can I get fries with that burka? You can’t trust the media any longer, but there’s no need to fret: Don’t Panic, I’m Islamic provides you with the answers. Read this book to learn how you too can spot an elusive Islamist. Discover how Arabs (even 21-year-old, largely innocuous and totally adorable ones) plant bombs and get tips about …

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The Art of Blogging | Why I like it

Writing, Blog, Art

I have already said what inspires me to write and that I want to keep doing it. To write about what I read, to write about random stuff and some of my own short stories. But I’ve been thinking about writing, blogging in general, even before I started my own blog. I had been blogging randomly a long time ago when blogging wasn’t so big yet. But I stopped. And recently, as things change, life goes on, I remembered how good it felt. Writing is an amazing tool. Therapy like. Personal and unique. Awesome way to express whatever it is …

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Dean Village, Edinburgh, Scotland #Travel

Dean Village, Edinburgh

Hey again from Edinburgh. Told you guys I was going back 🙂 Well, this time I walked around in some other areas of the beautiful Scottish capital. And I wanted to share another amazing place with you all. Just so inviting, even with all the walking involved. I am talking about the Dean Village. Close to the city centre, a nice walk is enough to get there. And you’ll be amazed. Amazing building and such a cosy feeling all over. A quiet area that was an actual village, now a part of Edinburgh. Such an amazing place to see and …

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What Happened by Hillary Rodham Clinton #BookReview

What Happened by Hillary Rodham Clinton

What Happened? Let’s see, Hillary Clinton almost made it to the White House. This book tries to explain how that happened. Very interesting, and extremely well written. I couldn’t wait to get my hand on this book from Hillary Rodham Clinton. I loved the way she wrote Hard Decisions, where she talked about her time as U.S. Secretary of State. Somehow this book is a sequel. Of what happened after she left the State Department and eventually decided to run again for President. Very detailed, honest, sad, hopeful, real. It’s an exciting journey on her campaign trail. It starts with …

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Mindfulness would be good for you. If it weren’t so selfish. via The Washington Post

Hey guys, Again I know this isn’t what you are used to, but I wanted to diversify a bit the blog content. I found an interesting article regarding Mindfulness on The Washington Post and I really wanted to share it here as well. I find the concept ever so present in our books and many other materials that surround us lately. Mindfulness, as popularly promoted and practiced, can itself be a distraction. It purports to draw on ancient traditions as an antidote to modern living. Yet it exacerbates the modern tendency toward navel-gazing, while asking us to resist useful aspects of …

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Miranda (TV series) #Review

Miranda TV Sitcom

So… I know this wasn’t the initial deal we had, but I wanted to review an amazing TV series as well. I am talking about Miranda. It’s a 4 series British TV sitcom written by and starring Miranda Hart. It can be found on Amazon and Netflix I think. And I had to tell you guys about it. Because it is amazing. I know it’s been out for a while now, the first series came out in 2009, and the last one in 2015. I remember watching it when there were only one or two of them out. And I …

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