The Introduction to Adulting & Adventure and Me

Adulting and Adventure

I’m not sure how to begin, because there really is no start to this story. But I can explain the current situation, so strap yourself in because you are in for a ride. I’m a currently 18 year old girl (as of writing this, 2020.02.16.) who is graduating high school. This may not seem like […]

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We went to Eger, the city of Hungarian wine | Adventures

So, before we begin, let me just say that I’m basically a spoiled rat. My mother gifted me this trip for my graduation and I honestly couldn’t be more grateful. I was able to go with my boyfriend and the place we were staying at was already taken care of plus some extra spending money. […]

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A lovely Wreckage by Brigid Hannon | Hobby Mania

If you are a regular reader at my blog you probably already know that I have never reviewed poems (and by extension, I have also never reviewed collections of them) before. It’s usually not my thing because I never had that much appreciation for poetry. To me it always seemed a little too simple, like […]

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How to start freelancing as a teen | Work and Education

When you’re a teen who is still going to school almost every day it’s almost impossible to keep up with a regular job. It leaves no time for studying, chores and not to mention – a social life. Freelancing gives you the freedom to be able to choose your hours and work around your regular […]

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Children of blood and bone | Hobby mania

I don’t understand why this book doesn’t get more recognition. I blew through it within 4 days and loved every second that I spent reading it. And yet, I haven’t heard a peep about it before. Know how I found it? There was a sale in my favorite bookstore and I liked the cover so […]

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Things I carry all times at school and work | Work and Education

I tend to forget what I need with me constantly. That way I get bored much more easily, drain my phone battery or stay thirsty all day. None of them are good options. So, this post is for myself and any other person that might want a what-to-bring list. (Yeah, sometimes a list like this […]

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I graduated highschool! | Adventures

So, technically I’m going to graduate in 4 days, but I already got to know my scores and I only have to wait for the actual paper. Anyway, I wanted to tell you all what exams are like in Hungary and how I got through it. Although, I should mention that this year we aren’t […]

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What NOT to do before exam day | Work and Education

I just got done with my exams (Maths, History and Hungarian) and I think I learned a couple of things. If you are about to take an exam and/or expecting to take one in the near future please follow my advice and save yourself some trouble. Here is what I learned. Don’t cram the day […]

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Dumb Witness by Agatha Christie | Hobby Mania

Yeah, I’m still a fangirl, don’t judge me. Currently I’m collecting Agatha Christie’s books because her writing is absolutely amazing Miss Marple and Poirot are mesmerizing people the Hungarian editions look beautiful and make a great addition to my collection of books So yeah, just look at this cover: The blurb Hercule Poirot gets a […]

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Shame by Salman Rushdie | Hobby Mania

Before this I prided myself on loving all kinds of books. This piece of work proved me wrong in the first 30 pages, so much so that I couldn’t even go past that mark. Therefore, here you will read about my experience with Shame, but not an entire review, as I don’t think I would […]

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So I’ve been practicing witchcraft… | Adventures

About a month ago I posted this tweet: At the time I was just messing around because I had some instinctual drive towards magic and such. Ever since I was a kid there were random times when I just wanted to be a witch. Really badly. When I was way younger, like 8 maybe, I […]

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