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They say that if it did not work out, it is a lesson learned. Considering how many things did not work out, there is a lot to learn.
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We all miss travelling a lot. What if we can get the same experience without leaving our home cities?
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We have all been there: getting into a new environment and not knowing anything about it. There are two ways to handle it - which one will you choose?
This month's stage lights are shining bright on ESN UNWE, a sunlit section from Bulgaria. While 2020 seems disastrous to everyone else, it turns out that ESN UNWE have managed to make it their year. Keep reading to find out what kind of magic they used.
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Is productivity a new kind of addiction?
Are you stressing out over having too much work during remote studying or working? Maybe it is not as much of a struggle as you think…
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Flowers, sweets, and cards are not as warm and fuzzy as you think...
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Yes, it is that time of year again; The aroma of mulled wine and handmade candles, the sky full of fairy lights, – Christmas markets are opening! Do you still think they are all the same? Wrong! Welcome to the class 'Christmas diversity around Europe'.
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It’s spring, we’re desperate to get away, but it still doesn’t look like international travel will happen anytime soon. But don’t worry!
Volunteering not only gives you friends for life, but also unknowingly equips you for job interviews and prepares you for the scary ‘real world’. Here are the most common skills from volunteering you’ve most likely developed without realising!
Doing an ESC in the middle of a pandemic is not for everyone, but I’m proof that it can be a life-changing learning experience if you go into it without high expectations and with a flexible attitude.
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Culture shock is never easy to grasp. We come from different backgrounds, regions, countries and ethnic groups.
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Having lived an unusual year, it’s time to set up new goals and embrace the new opportunities that may be waiting for us around the corner.
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Throughout my school years, I was a classic essay-based subjects student. I loved researching, reading and planning before distilling and expressing my thoughts.

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