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Bullet Journal

I’ve decided to take a break from posting my drawings this week and instead show you one of my new “hobbies”: bullet journaling. You might have heard of this relatively recent trend. If not, to explain it briefly, it’s about … Continue reading

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End of the Year: A New Start

It’s the end of 2013 and therefore a new start tomorrow. But for me, that is happening in more ways than one. Today, I’m leaving a country I’ve lived in for 11 years and going back to my hometown. It’s … Continue reading

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How to Write Really Long E-mails

My friends say that my e-mails are long. It’s a talent, if I say so myself. Of course, some say that it’s too long and that they’re burdened to reply, but I found that it might be useful in the … Continue reading

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Why World War I Broke Out in 1914

Okay, I’ll admit it, I’m not really a World War I fan, nor am I a historian (yes, it is ‘a historian’, not ‘an historian’, I checked), but I did write a really good essay on this topic for History. … Continue reading

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My 101st Post

I couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw that I had already written 100 posts. Tears rushed to my eyes: writing 100 posts on a blog is such a big event! Therefore, I decided to do an award ceremony with … Continue reading

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Carnegie Medal

Ever since I joined my Carnegie Book Club in November, last year, my book reviews are all in the Carnegie Long-List or Short-List. I did write what the Carnegie Medal was in my TimeRiders report, but that was when the … Continue reading

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Caps and Cases

No no no, this is not about actual hats and suitcases (who would write about those?); it’s about writing. I have always wondered what the big deal was about lower cases and upper cases. But I suppose they are used … Continue reading

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