A few months ago I have stopped writing on the blog because I got inspired, inspired to actually write a book, my book.
In this post, I will try to sum up how were the past two months for me (how I started, how it felt and the progress made), since I really started writing my First Book:
CLUE: My writing time is somewhat limited (unfortunately – every writer’s disappointment) and I am currently working on making my “creation process” a routine.
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Age is just a number (as all of us may say) but there is also one thing that does not define age and that is time. There is always a right time to do something and let it be now.
Below are 5 things people in their twenties should improve and people in their thirties should do:
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A few days after my Birthday I received a notebook from a very special friend (yes, you will know who you are) that had a very interesting message written on it. At a first glance, I didn’t really understand or observe the message since I got distracted by the pretty combination of the very light colors the notebook had but I remember I laughed because “Black Cats Bring Luck”
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I really wanted to post today and while “struggling” on what post should I make, I opened Facebook and said to myself that the first thing I will see, will help me have an idea. I laughed, of course, it’s silly …what can I actually learn from Facebook!? .. Taking a deep breath, stretching up a little I realized that Facebook must be good at something since it makes us repeatedly check it in order to be up to date.
What happened after? Well..this post
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In order to be a writer you have to write, but I promised that my next post would be about quotes that helped me remain focused & below you will find the most memorable ones..oh and ..unusual ones:
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“Fele apă, fele viz” – a half Romanian, half Hungarian saying, translated as “half water, half water” that actually means… nothing.
I would want to add a cultural touch on how it is to be born in a city where people are speaking two languages. (in this case: Romanian & Hungarian ). I am sure that most of us found ourselves in situations where we don’t know a certain language but we have to speak it in order to get along or get something that we want.
I know a thing or two about what it actually means to grow up in a city where there are cultural differences – in a good way, of course, that I want to underline in the following examples. Continue reading “What it means to grow up in a multicultural city”