Covid-19 was detected in December 2019, so a bit over a year ago. It took a few more weeks for the info to seep through to us. I remember first reading about Covid around the 25th of January. My sister had send us a message recommending us to buy masks and protective googles. Her boyfriend … Continue reading Did I have Covid?
Earlier this year I mentioned on my blog that I want to change professionally. From time to time I have had posts in a self-analysis style. In a way sharing these thoughts, makes me feel less lost. So the truth is that there are quite a few truths. I wrote a guest post for Gulara … Continue reading Truth – T – A to Z Challenge 2019
Since late August, I have a new student. And with this new student came a revelation. Things are getting clearer. Why did I want to become a journalist? WhWhy was I drawn to my parent's friends, teachers, professors, older kids? Why am I so emotional? Why do I have a hard time finding motivation? Why … Continue reading When things become clearer
Over the spring and summer this year, I read quite a few books. Most of them brilliant, I have decided that if I get too bored I don't continue right away. I still give the book a second chance later on, because sometimes it's not the book but my mindset, the weather, distractions or not … Continue reading A question for authors
Today, I received a very pleasant surprise in my mailbox.
Yesterday Melissa Barker-Simpson nominated me for my fist ever blogging award, the Real Neat Blog Award. And guess what, I am flattered to be considered for an award. Melissa, thank you so much! As it seems to be the tradition with awards, she has asked all of her nominees a few questions, so I will … Continue reading My first award and my recent achievements
It is important to ask questions. Without asking questions we will not learn more, or we will not learn the things that we want that truly interest us. In the Book "Sophie's World" by Jostein Gaarder, the importance of questions is underlined. I read the book more than ten year ago, and still recall the … Continue reading Q is for Questions – A to Z Challenge April 2015
No, I was not going to use the word nothing to write nothing in this post. I am actually interested in what nothing means, how the concept of nothing works. Does nothing exist? Or can nothing exist? How can we define nothing? Do we actually know what nothing is? If I would have written nothing for this post, wellyou would all say: "her post contains nothing". … Continue reading N is for Nothing – A to Z Challenge April 2015