Today I don’t have a certain topic to talk about, I just felt like talking to you a little bit of stuff that happened to me recently. Life isn’t that easy when you’re in a bilingual class. In my country it’s a big thing to be in a bilingual class, because there aren’t many of these classes/schools in Hungary. But who doesn’t go to that class, just don’t know how hard it can be sometimes. For example all of the teachers say that it’s not normal to have that many classes, because a normal adult doesn’t work that much as we do in school. So I mean, I don’t really understand a lot of things about what and why the government does these to us. And still, the teachers demand us to study for the next day and write a test, even when we get home after 5:30 pm. That really sucks. Oh, and let me share with you what happened to me yesterday. My dad had to sign an important document last week, which later on I had to hand in to the director/principal of the school. Well, yesterday they wanted me to come into their office, because they wanted to talk with me about something… Basically, they thought that the signature of my dad was fake. I was very-very angry about it, because they should know that I wouldn’t do anything like this, I’m not that type. Continue reading Being Able Not To Care
As the majority of you know, I’m from Hungary. I thought I would write a post about my country, because a lot of people don’t even know, what Hungary is. Let’s start with the basics.
Hungary is a country in Central Europe with the population of 10 million people, so it definitely isn’t a huge country as you can tell. The country is very green, we have a lot of plains, but we also have mountains in the North (and some in the South as well). The highest mountain is 1014 m high, so it’s not that outstanding, but Hungarians are proud about the fact that we have a mountain higher than a thousand meters, called Kékes. We don’t have a seaside, but we call Lake Balaton, the biggest lake in Hungary, the Hungarian sea. Lake Balaton is a very attractive tourist sight, when someone is being on a holiday in Hungary, it is 80% sure that the person also visits Lake Balaton. It is 77 km long, and the view is beautiful.
Continue reading My Country – Hungary
Today I thought I would do a quick little post, because I still have a lot to study for school, but as I was listening to the new Maroon 5 album earlier, I felt like I at some point I had to write something about it. I had been waiting for it to come out since summer, and I couldn’t wait for it. It was almost the only one thing which I was excited and couldn’t wait until September.
I have liked Maroon 5 for actually a lot of years, and I’m literally obsessed with their new album, called V. On the standard edition there are 11 songs, and I love all of them.
3. It Was Always You
4. Unkiss Me
5. Sugar Continue reading Maroon 5 – V (album)
You may wonder why a picture of Chicago is on my blog, since I’m from Hungary. Yes, when you come to my blog, the first thing you can see is a photo about Chicago. Let me explain it for you.
I have already been in Chicago twice so far, and when I was there for the first time a few years ago, I fell in love with the city. I visited some of my relatives who live in the US, and we went to Chicago together, because it’s not far away from where they live and they wanted to show me around a little bit. Well, when we arrived there I was amazed by the view. I had never felt like that before. Generally, I’m not that type of girl who is always smiling, and happy, but while I was there, I could not stop smiling the whole time. I was so happy to be there, that nothing could have stopped me for feeling wonderful. We were there for only a couple of days, but I would have never gone anywhere else from Chicago. I even made a presentation about the Windy city for a school project last year. Continue reading Chicago
Well, I thought I would do a post about school stuff and how I feel about being back in school. School started on 1st September in Hungary, and it has just been only two weeks, but I already feel exhausted. On the first day we got our timetable for the whole year which one of our teachers’ dictated to us. I almost had a mental breakdown (some of my classmates actually did) that day, because we got the worst timetable in our life ever. And in our school, and even in our city, too. So yeah, that pretty much sums up how terrible our timetable is. One class lasts for 45 minutes and there are 10 minute breaks after every class. There are two breaks which are longer, 20 minutes, these are the lunch breaks. The timetable is like for two days I have 10 classes, and then also for two days 9 classes, and on the last day I have 6 classes. The conclusion is, that this really-really sucks, personally I finish in school at 5 p.m. when I have 10 classes. And what happens after that?! How am I going to learn for the next day? Continue reading Back In School
I thought I’m going to share my favourite songs of last month with you, which I think I will keep writing in every month. That’s something I enjoy seeing on other blogs, because you never know when you’ll come across with a good song you have not known before. So here are the songs I listened to the most in August (not exactly in order).
- Rather Be – Clean Bandit feat. Jess Glynne
- Boom Clap – Charli XCX
- Cool Kids – Ecosmith
- A Sky Full Of Stars – Coldplay
- Maps – Maroon 5 Continue reading Songs Of The Month – August
As I promised, I’m back with a ‘facts about me’ post, just to let you know some things about me in case if you’re interested. It’s a kind of life related blog (as I mentioned earlier), so I think it’s important in a way to tell something about me to you. So here are five facts about me:
1. I am from Hungary, and you can guess what my native language is: It’s Hungarian. I found a picture on Google to show you where Hungary is in case you didn’t know.
2. I also speak English (as you can see haha) and Spanish. I try to do my best at these languages because I really like them. I’ve learnt English for quite a long time now, but I started to learn Spanish only two years ago, so I’m not that good in it yet. Continue reading 5 Facts About Me