Although I live in one small country in Europe- Croatia, I spend most of my spare time reading American blogs. I rarely read Croatian newspapers or, for the matter of fact, any newspapers, because I think they only offer biased information to their readership. As a result, in their writing we can often read about […]Read More Why Is It Hard To Find Relevant Information In Today´s World?
A few days ago in my country we could read a news saying that a woman with a college degree from 3 different universities could not find a job. That particular piece of news spread in an instant through many online portals and throughout social media. Suddenly everyone wanted to share their opinion of that […]Read More Are Some Degrees Really Useless?
Middle school and high school- places of fond memories or forgotten sorrows? Everyone remembers endless days spent in classrooms, never ending memorization of what we considered to be nonsensical facts and answering to teachers. Oh yes, days I wish I would never have to go back to! Fortunately, I am near the end of my […]Read More Hi School, Bye School
If you are a passionate reader, apart from reading newspapers or blogs, you probably read paper books and its digital form: e-books. Here I would like to write about some advantages and disadvantages of reading former and the latter types. Also there are many audio books on the market, but I won´t be writing about […]Read More The Reader´s Dilemma: Paper Book Or E-Book?
How do you archive your life? Every day is similar, yet every day is different from the day before. Throughout your lifetime you participate in many events, you gain many experiences and you share many memorable moments with your loved ones. In order to recall more easily all those memories you can archive what happened […]Read More Make A Memory Out Of Your life
What makes a good commercial is a question that popped to my mind today. While preparing creative samples for admissions to an ad school, I was gaining inspiration from watching Super Bowl commercials. I was amazed how many good ideas were showing on TV in that football period of time. Every time I watched a […]Read More This Is Not Just Another Ad
Non per scholae sed vitae discimus or in other words we don’t study for school, but for life. How true is really this statement? I finished high school 9 years ago, have been since then in the institutions of higher education and I must admit that school doesn’t prepare you well for the realities of […]Read More We Learn For School And Not For Life