Ever since I found out about anime in 2007 I wanted to learn Japanese. Unfortunately, I could only start it almost ten years later. A lot of people start learning new languages late in life for several different reasons. Some do it for professional matters, others because they want to explore a different culture fully and others just because they love challenges. For this last part I may assure you: learning a new language once you are older is something extremely challenging, something that if you don’t put all your heart into it, simply won’t happen. But just because it is tricky, it doesn’t mean it will be painful or even impossible. Learning a new language is one of the most rewarding experiences I have come across in my life. I know I haven’t done much yet but beginning to learn Japanese only two years ago changed my perception about a lot in life. It not only led me to learn so much more than a language, but made me capable of better understanding a culture and its intrinsic mysteries, besides leading me to meet new wonderful people. This is why I want to share some tips on how to study a new language and keep your focus.

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A few weeks ago I completely messed up a physics test and I felt horrible. I got home, went to bed and I just felt like crying. But I didn’t. My family was at home and my mother had made dinner. Everyone sat around the table and we ate. I don’t remember exactly, but I felt happy again. The bad feeling I had gotten, because of my bad grade, faded like snow before the sun.

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Hi guys! My name is Eline, and I’m in my first year of nursing school. I know, it’s quite the contrast to Law school, on which the usual articles are based. What I do believe is that not only nursing students, but every student will find some kind of inspiration (hopefully) for when it comes to making it through the year. Let me start by saying that nursing school is not easy; at all. It takes a lot of planning, time, effort, … Now that I’m nearly done with my first year, I’ve managed to list some tricks and tips that helped me through it.

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Studying is an essential part of academic success. However, it is sometimes difficult to find the time to study for every subject we need to study for. One way to balance our studying is to create a study schedule, but sometimes, that can be harder than we think. Not only do you have to prioritize the subjects or courses you need to study for within a certain block of time, but you also have to juggle other responsibilities such as family, friends, and your own entertainment! So, I will give you, my 10 essentials steps to create a study schedule!

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Hey guys, I hope you are having a lovely Tuesday so far! In today’s post I want to talk you through the days I was vlogging. Some of you guys don’t have access to my videos and I still want to give these people the chance to show a bit more of my life!

This vlog was filmed in two days. The first day was on March 7th, the second day was April 11th. On March 7th, my day started pretty early because I had to go to school. I got up around 7 to catch the sunset just in time, took a shower and got ready. Then I made myself a lovely lunch which consisted of a few sandwiches and a pita bread which was a leftover from the day before. I only had one lecture, which was an obligatory one and I also had to hand in a paper that day. I checked the paper for spelling mistakes and printed the final version that morning.

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