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What did you see last night?

Have you ever noticed how characters in our dreams have their own personas? The fact that figments of our imagination live a life of their own within our minds perplexes me. How do they have a backstory minutes after their creation, having just lost consciousness? Eyes closed, you’re out cold, next thing you know, “Meet

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Traditional New Year’s recipes from Kazakhstan

As the winter arrives upon the Kazakhstan landscapes, the spirit of the upcoming New Year fills the air, bringing families together to prepare for the celebration of the long-awaited event. Kazakhstan, known for its cultural diversity, celebrates the New Year twice. It is celebrated once, according to European tradition, on January 1, and the second

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From Curious Kids to Quiet Adults: Unraveling the Mysteries of Growing Up

Have you ever wondered why our inclination to ask questions diminishes as we enter adulthood? In our childhood, we freely asked about anything that piqued our curiosity. However, as we mature and face life’s profound queries, we often neglect the habit of questioning, even on matters that may seem trivial. What occurs during this transition

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When the lights go down – What do you do?

Maybe that’s just my anxiety kicking in, but… Have you ever just laid down at night and digested everything you did throughout the day, everyday, for the last couple of days? Summer is long gone. Pécs wakes up cold and humid and I take at least one hour to leave my bed and be productive,

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Why do your twentysomethings matter? A review of a life-changing book by Meg Jay

Youth forgives everything, they say – your mistakes, carelessness, immaturity. Being young and entering the university feels like a breath of fresh air: sleepless nights, big parties thrown every week, and not so much responsibility compared to the already working class in their mid-thirties. Ever since I got accepted to the university, I was mesmerized

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What have I learned from my freshman year at university?

University can be and will be difficult at some point in every student’s life – that’s not a secret. However, I believe most of us would agree that freshman year is the most challenging period of student life, especially if you are going to study abroad. New environment, mentality, and culture, being thousands of miles

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The art of problem-solving skills: how I found a diver to pull a phone sunk in the lake

Whenever you want to apply for a scholarship or job position, work in a team or become a part of a conference, it is always required to have problem-solving skills. “Why do they even mention this? If there is a problem, you go and solve it, is that a big deal?”, you may think, and

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Sources of inspiration: my favourite YouTube channels (so far)

I believe every single human being needs inspiration in different moments of life. Sometimes for getting an assignment done – if you’re a student, other times to prepare a good and nutritious meal, and so on. Although YouTube is almost 20 years old, I probably became a heavy user of it in 2020 – yeah,

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Shenanigans of a Graduating Student

Home is the warmth of every conversation, the joy of every meal, and the company that chose you amidst who you are. Home isn’t defined by location. Silent streets, wide and inviting. You can only hear the still melody of birds and autumn breezes. Mask and distances were the city’s whispered watchwords. Every visit to

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The Dog Days Are Over

There’s a plethora of songs I have memories attached to. There’s a plethora of songs I will have memories attached to. I wonder what our lives would be like with music. I wonder if God has composers making scores for our lives. Do they play when our lives flash before our eyes? Not saying I

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