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“It’s something that makes you grow as a person. It is an essential part of what makes us human. It involves generosity and compassion. It comes from the heart and it goes straight back into the heart. No matter what your abilities are, anyone can do it”.
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“We left with only one wish: to come back next year”
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‘Towards Sustainability’: Start your Erasmus year right by applying sustainable habits.
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“Erasmus opened up my mind and indirectly influenced my playing skills, which completely changed my life.”
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The Erasmus experience doesn’t have to end. Look at it as a beginning of a new chapter.
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Studies show that separated couples are actually more likely to have a happy relationship.
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Is productivity a new kind of addiction?
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At the beginning of the lockdown in Portugal, I stumbled upon Ana’s blog article, a fellow Croatian ESN volunteer that found herself doing Erasmus in Aveiro, my hometown, this semester.
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When I left for my mobility, my family and I were going through a difficult time. My father was ill, but still encouraged me to pursue my dreams. This period brought on many challenges. Thanks to my Erasmus family, I found a way to pull through.
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Most people who suffer from short-term insomnia are either depressed, stressed, or both. Stress levels escalate at night because, for most people, you are alone with no one to talk to or anything meaningful to distract you from stressful life occurrences.
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Staying indoors is simple, staying entertained is another issue. Give your Netflix account a breather and check out these awesome books!
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“In our lives, change is unavoidable, loss is unavoidable. In the adaptability and ease with which we experience change, lies our happiness and freedom.”  - Buddha

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