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I did not write this, but this is me.

From Lifehack: “15 signs you’re born to be a free thinker.” http://www.lifehack.org/articles/communication/15-signs-youre-born-free-thinker.html It’s almost creepily apt. The scariest thing there is, “Ever since you’ve heard your friends outside your faith are going to hell, you’ve thought for yourself.” I did … Continue reading

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Let’s clear this up right now…

With regards to my “Mental health and language learning” post… -I did not write the original post; I just shared it. -I was never actually published in the Guardian -I never actually intended to pass myself off as having written … Continue reading

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Mental health and language learning in The Guardian

Originally posted on The Compassionate Language Learner:
… I can’t believe I can even write this sentence, but: my article, “Learning a language helps me talk back to the voice of depression”, is now live on the Guardian’s language-learning site!…

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2014 in review (if anyone really cares that much or is in to the meta side)

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 8,700 times in 2014. If it were a … Continue reading

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New Year, new promises…

Ah, January 1, those hours when you’ve done nothing yet, so you know you’ve done nothing wrong…when the possibilities are endless… Here are my resolutions for this year: -take up a new physical activity, probably kung fu -Go on at … Continue reading

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I’m still here…

Reports of my disappearance down a black hole into Middle-Earth, through a wardrobe into Narnia or down a rabbit-hole into Wonderland have been greatly exaggerated. I’m still here and plan to continue blogging through Christmas and New Year’s. -two elaborate … Continue reading

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One year already!

Originally posted on This Burundian Life:
It all started as an experiment… I had been blogging for about two years, writing about some of my highs and lows, critisising some aspects of the society I live in, and sharing these…

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