Effortless. Flawless. Perfect. That’s what she wanted to be. That’s how she saw herself when she walked the halls of this place. People loved her here. They thought she was royalty. They had no idea. In a place where few people understand one another, the silent author finds solace in knowing that she will always be… Continue reading The joy of reading books
I can’t talk about the joy of reading enough. It’s a joy. To read something that has a plot and gives you a reason to want to keep reading and not stop or even to want to read whatever comes next. Whatever comes after and whatever reminds you that this feels nice. This is what… Continue reading Reading to have a story
There are those moments when our minds just want to settle for once. Not really, but we like to think that we can focus on one thing when somewhere in the very back of our mind we are thinking of “later” or “after.” No, we try to manage our time but we get lost up… Continue reading Lose yourself randomly
English is an interesting language. We have so many words for so many things. The rules of grammar can be confusing and the way in which we teach it can also be confusing so there (probably) continues to be a generation that hates learning grammar. The best way to solve this is meeting the students… Continue reading Learning English
That was a click-bait title, at least that’s what the analysts call it. I don’t have any analysts and this is getting off topic when the post has barely started so let’s go. This weekend is lists. Not great or epic lists, but lists of things that I want or enjoy. Today: Classic Literature. Now,… Continue reading Books that you need to read before it’s too late.