Best Essay Writing Tips

Blog post by Nadja Jukic Let’s get right to the point. The winter exam period is fast approaching (imagine faint jingle bells sounding in the distance), and you have an essay to write (I imagine you at your dark oak desk, with quirky glasses and a hot cup of coffee in...

What Will Biden Do For the US

Blog post by Petra Ramsak “We’re going to choose science over fiction and hope over fear!” (Joe Biden 2020) Slightly over a week from this post’s publication, on January 20, the USA will hold its presidential inauguration. Joe Biden will be sworn into office as...

How To Start Writing

Blog post by Ascia Guseva An overwhelming majority of us get stuck in front of a blank page upon sitting down to write. We find excuses not to write or delay the first words because we want them to be perfect. We tend to think that writing is a well-structured and...

The Golden Advice: Show, Don’t Tell

Blog post by Kaja Rakuscek If you were at any point in your life involved with the writing process in any way, shape or form, you must be familiar with one of the most common pieces of writing advice – show, don’t tell. There is no denying that this advice is...

Writing During Burnout… Oops, I Meant Lockdown

Blog post by Nadja Jukic Sometimes it feels good to just stop. Which is difficult to do if your to-do list is longer than your arm, the world is enveloped in an epidemic, the political state of your country (and, in fact, most other countries) is catastrophic, and you...