I remembered the sparkle in my high school French teacher’s eyes as she told me that learning a language was like unlocking the door to another world. With every new word and phrase, my horizons would expand just a little bit. Sitting in my host sister’s bedroom armed with a bilingual dictionary and a notepad to help illustrate my thoughts and ideas, I truly understood what my teacher had meant. Continue reading Learning a Language Changed My Life. Here’s How.
Used correctly, our posts on social media could ensure that future generations can access ‘true’ history, unaffected by the whitewashing, censorship and propaganda that has plagued the retelling of events since records began. Continue reading Uploading History: 2020’s Social Media Legacy
To me, the written word has always acted as a safe and welcome escape. Particularly now, when real life is far stranger than the plot line of any book. Continue reading In Defence of Reading