Wednesday, 24 June 2015
Thursday, 11 June 2015
In the last couple of days, these summer tasks went viral. They were posted by an Italian teacher, Cesare Catà, on his facebook page and from there they made it to the national press and were spread all over the Net. What's special in them? See it for yourself. I've translated them for you. Useless to add, I'd sign them myself.
Try to use all the new words we learnt this year: more things you can say, more things you can think; and more things you can think, more free you are.
Read as much as you can. But not because you must. Read because the summer inspires adventures and dreams and reading you feel like flying sparrows. Read because it is the best form of rebellion you have (for good reading advice, ask me)
Avoid all things, situations and people that make you negative or empty: look for stimulating situatuations and the company of friends who can enrich you, understand you and appreciate you for what you are.