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On the matter of studying

Hello there. It's been a while now. I've been very busy lately, with basically two jobs, a studying carreer and carreer and four bands to rehearse, record, and play with. And in between all this, many Term Tests at the teacher trainning college did not make things easier. But I somehow managed to survive, and even though I still haven't got the results of any of my exams yet, I feel pretty confident that I did my best. And this is the topic I want to adress today.
We've all been there. No matter what you are studying, there is always an evaluation point, and it usually takes the form of a formal examination. And in order to pass this, you need to know what you are going to talk/write about, and it demands preparation. In my case, there are some strategies I came up with duting High School and ever since then they have accompanied me throughout the studying journey.
1. The space. I cannot study properly if the area surrounding me is not adequate. Everything has to be ti…

The benefits of a bilingual brain

If you are reading and understanding this text, that mean you know the English Language. And, since most probably you are reading this entry in Argentina, chances are you have a bilingual brain. Well, congratulations! That is not everyone has. But it is though something anybody COULD have in theory. Now, have you ever wondered if there are any benefits from this?  The following video comes from a Lesson by Mia Nacamulli for Ted-Ed, and it explains these benefits in a very simple way.  I hope you enjoy it!

Have a nice day!