Yes… this is blog post number 100. For most people, this amount wouldn’t be worth pointing out. However, for me, it means quite a lot. To begin with, I’ve never thought that I would start blogging. Why should? I have a lot of hobbies which keep me active. Why pick up a new one? It’s now been exactly two years ago since I’ve published the post about the reasons why I write. Continue reading
It doesn’t matter which school you attend or in which year you are. There will always be one or two teachers who you shouldn’t listen to that properly. Of course, if they tell you to be quite and behave in class you should listen. However, I need to specify which kind of teachers I mean.
You probably already know that when started my blog I wanted to keep my identity anonymous. I didn’t want to show my full face in a photograph, didn’t want to reveal my real name or any other personal information. Also, my about page doesn’t hold very much information. However, in my latest posts it somehow probably gleamed a little bit through that I’m willing to reveal more.
Today’s the last day of February. If you’ve been following my blog you know that this month has been packed with posts revolving only about blogging and writing. Now, on the 29th of February, I would love to recall the last month with you. It’ll be quite a short post as it was not planned at all, but anyway, here it is.
This will be the last guest post for the series FebBlogging. I’m so thrilled to announce today’s writer: it’s Carrie from the blog Carrie Speaking. She definitely belongs to the bloggers I look up to. We first “met” when she asked me to write a guest post for her blog series Equal Rights Week. I was so honoured because she is not only an exceptional blogger but moreover a freelance writer who has her own voice and is not afraid to state it. The thing that fascinated me the most was that she wrote her blog in two languages – English and French. I find it difficult enough to keep up with one single language which isn’t my mother tongue. Without further ado, let’s head straightaway to Carrie’s post about what it really means to write in two different languages. Continue reading