Few days ago, I dowloaded an App called Tricky Questions, in which you have to answer correctly up to 100 puzzles that require that you think out of box, sometimes logically, and quite often, unconventionally.
Have you ever heard people complaining about how lucky some individuals are for being naturally thin/tall/tanned/you name it?
Nowadays, it has become quite normal having a part time job while studying.
Stage 1: Denial
It is January 1st 2017. My phone’s Wi-Fi won’t work, but I choose to believe that it will get fixed, somehow.
To me, 2016 has been one of those years in which stupidity reaches its highest records, and nonsense is so popular that it is the new common sense.
Despite all, I live in Norway, and I fall in love everyday with its little peculiarities. And because I am a words person, this love extends to the Norwegian language as well. Here are my favourite Norwegian expressions, words and sayings.
A month vacation in my original country, Spain, has left me relaxed and, I must confess, with a little bit of jet lag. And I say this because, let’s face it, Spain is on the same time as Norway, but Spanish habits and Norwegian habits are far from synchronized.
Not too long ago, I moved to a new apartment, and while exploring the objects that the owner left behind for me and my roomie, I saw it: an almost old-fashioned machine, obsolete, but beautiful. A radio.
Every year, summer does not seem to arrive fast enough. Yet again, every year I find myself making a mess of my wardrobe, trying to find my summer clothes –aka anything with bright colours or loose enough to provide my body with a much-needed circulation of fresh air.
It is a weekday, and I start the day turning on my computer. First, I consider doing some work for my thesis, so I open a Word document. Some minutes pass, and the blank page stares at me with cruel intensity.
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