What We Can Learn From A Journalist

Last weekend I attended a workshop for aspiring young journalists in Zurich. The event was organised by an association called “Junge Journalisten” which stands for Young Journalists. Continue reading

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Guest Post – The Multilingual Blogger

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

11 Ways To Increase Your Motivation For Blogging

Blogging for me is a hobby, an activity I pursue in my free time. Nevertheless, like with all other hobbies, you may reach a point where you need an extra motivational push. Generally, writing is something I enjoy in any case but when you have little time left and the necessary inspiration is missing, it’s hard to sit in front of your computer or laptop and start writing. However, there are some few tips and ideas you can try in order to ignite that motivational fire again.
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