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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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What’s the best thing to do when you’re stuck at home? In my humble opinion, it’s to watch a good film. Here are my top picks to keep you entertained during these hard times.
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Don’t let the winter and the cold weather affect you. In February and March, you can still celebrate and explore the world in a new light. Here are 12 places you should visit during Carnival season all over the world.
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For the normal student who doesn’t even think of going on Erasmus, an exchange programme comes with a couple of prejudices and stereotypes. I’m here to break them down to you and show you what Erasmus is really about.
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Going on an exchange is not all sugar, spice and everything nice. It can actually be a stressful time. Below are the main sources of stress and anxiety which could occur during your exchange and some advice on how to cope with them.
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To end 2019 with a bang, the Section in the Spotlight travels to our 40th country, one of the youngest sections in our network: the incredible ESN Kyiv in beautiful Ukraine!
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When you think of people that go on Erasmus, you think of people in their 20’s, right? This is the story of Kata, a 38-year-old woman that did an Erasmus this year. 
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By now, you might be aware of the “Post-Erasmus Depression”, but what about when it hits you sooner? Like one month before your Erasmus is over. That is what this story is about.
The first ESN Section in the Spotlight of this academic year takes us to the capital of Sicily, in the south of Italy. This month, we’re diving into the history and mission of ESN Palermo.
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The preconception of Erasmus is that you revamp yourself abroad because you’re in a brand new place. This rebirth could also include volunteering. But why should you volunteer on your break from real life?
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Going on Erasmus is depicted as something that only mentally healthy people can afford since they don’t have their brain on the way to be able to do things. You have to be generally happy to go on Erasmus. But, is this actually true?
This is not something you normally hear. People don’t like to say that they have depression and those that have it don’t go on Erasmus. Right? Wrong. Very wrong. I did it. And you can do it too. It’s all about knowing how to do so.
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Friendly reminder for brighter days: when the world sucks, listen to some music. When you’re tired of replaying the same old music, don’t miss out on the chance to explore and discover new releases!
Happy Pride Month! This Pride has been clouded by many disasters that our society is facing, so I'd like to use this moment to try to educate people on Pride and the community’s history, though it’s impossible to map out the whole history in one article.
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This isn’t your usual love story - it includes a rollercoaster of emotions during an exchange. Two girls who dared to dream are the perfect example of the Erasmus generation: whenever we travel we feel more European, but home is where the heart is. 
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Here’s to falling in love with yourself, falling in love with the view and falling in love with others. Here’s to you, here’s to the friends you never expected and here’s to the love you found. Here’s to love!
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We have made it a tradition to celebrate Erasmus couples, but I feel like it’s about time heartbreak came into the spotlight. 
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Sometimes, we forget what we really need, and we sacrifice ourselves on the altar of ephemeral entertainment in order to be socially acceptable or to find an escape from what troubles us. 

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