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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Have expectations of your workplace | Work and Education

I have said this before, but I think I need to drill this into every teen’s head. Having expectations for your workplace is the absolute minimum to succeed in your career. So, I want to encourage you all to follow my own example and not let yourself fall into a trap. Why is it good […]

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4 things to do on a No-Spend Weekend | Finance World

Since most of our workplaces are failing to give us something to do and thus, our payment for it, our budget needs to be cut a little. For teens like me, this isn’t a huge problem, because our parents provide for us. But if you don’t want to put a strain on the finances of […]

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Indoors exercise you can do during the quarantine | Health and Fitness

I have talked about my guide to surviving this whole pandemic thing, but I have found that exercise is absolutely crucial. So I put together a small list of things you can do in the comfort of your own home that are great for your physical and mental health. Or you can use the previous […]

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The Changeling by Victor LaValle | Hobby Mania

I’m going to be honest, I bought this book while I was in a hurry, so I didn’t read the blurb on the back. Instead, I looked at the cover and read the recommendations and decided it would be worth my money. We are talking about a book that was nominated for several prizes after […]

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A teen’s guide to the quarantine | Health and Fitness

Long story short, coronavirus canceled school for (probably) the rest of the school year here in Hungary. And I’m supposed to graduate in a couple of months, so yeah, this is just amazing. But since I’m not the kind of person that will run away from such a small setback let’s see how to handle […]

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Taking care of yourself doesn’t mean pampering | Selfcare

When selfcare became a trend it was mainly directed at those who had a problem taking care of their bodies and mental well-being. Because of this, most guides included drinking water, taking baths and doing some very basic beauty routine. Seems fair enough, right? The origins of selfcare As far as I could see the […]

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Meditation should be part of your days | Selfcare

I’m getting into all kinds of spiritual and mental journeys where I clear my chakras, cleanse my room and do all kinds of things that normal people would see as weird. But recently I came across a matter that I haven’t put any energy into before, that is supposedly a huge part of my new […]

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Stepping out of the Introvert Comfort Zone | Adventures

The introvert comfort zone includes everything that doesn’t include direct socialization. Video games, videos, streams and everything else. And when an introvert has to step out of this comfort zone, it’s a literal nightmare for some of them. Myself included. So when I asked my classmate/deskmate/friend to go out to the bar with me I […]

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My Sister, the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite | Hobby Mania

First of all, I would like to preface by saying that I absolutely adore any type of content about serial killers. Therefore, when I first saw the cover of this book I was already in love. (The Hungarian publisher did an amazing job choosing it.) The blurb: The main character of our story in Korede. […]

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