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So, what are they, and, are they a good thing, or are they a bad thing?
Firstly, a resolution is a promise that you make to yourself which you hope will improve your life in some way.
Secondly, I think resolutions are constructive as they enable you to think about what you want out of life rather than be directed by the humdrum of daily life. Having said that, they aren’t easy to stick to.
Finally, it is said that the most common resolutions people make are connected to the categories of: health, finance, career, family, and happiness. In light of this, I’m going to do the same. How about you? Are you going to make any resolutions? Any tips for sticking to them?
Janette would like to wish all her clients and the larger international Inglés Málaga community a very fun and jolly festive season. It has been a fun and rewarding 2018. We have improved our English language skills to achieve a lot of personal and professional objectives, including passing official exams, getting better-paid jobs, setting up businesses, participating in international conferences, and emigrating abroad.
In addition, the Inglés Málaga community has got engaged, got married and had children. Our language skills have enabled us to help lost tourists, translate for patients in hospital, and break down geographic, religious, cultural and political barriers.
On a personal note, I have learnt a lot more than I have taught, and without a shadow of a doubt my life is infinitely richer as a result of my clients. Thank you!
There are 15 days to Christmas, and as I´m hosting Christmas for my family this year, I thought I´d better start to prepare. This is a list of things I must do:
- Buy wine
- Buy gin
- Buy tonic
- Buy lemons
- Buy painkillers
Perfect, I´ve finished.
Christmas is all about overindulgence. And, I happily participate: I eat too much, I drink too much, I disco dance too much, I waste days talking with my brother about sentimental classic Christmas movies, and rather than shop, I watch hours and hours of festive TV commercials. This year, none of them have floated by boat, except a commercial made by Iceland which was banned by the UK Advertising Standards Authority for being too political . Too political, are they mental?! Iceland should be applauded for raising awareness of the plight of orangutans, and we should, at every given moment, be educated and reminded of the consequences of our buying habits, and our behaviour.
This festive season, help people in need, spend time with your friends and family, and shop ethically. Check out the commercial
In as much as I am appalled by every single person who saw fit to give their vote to the bigoted political party of Vox, I am ashamed of Albert Rivera. Albert Rivera, your job is to stay true to the fundamental tenets of the political party you work for. I remind you that they include:
- To defend individual rights
- To defend social rights as well as the welfare state
You cannot in all good faith lead Ciudadanos into an alliance with a political party that discriminates against people because of their gender, race, religion and sexual preference. The level of Vox´s hatred against humanity knows no bounds, and you will never forgive yourself if you do this.
The election countdown has started, the mailshot political propaganda has been sent, and every political party has a snappy bumper sticker slogan to engage the masses.
My recommendation is to ignore all the fist punching and playground antics of electoral campaigns and try to focus your attention on what these parties stand for, what their immediate and long-term priorities are, and how they think they can realistically achieve them.
Lisa lives in Málaga, but was born in the south of England. She´s a professional belly dancer, a teacher, and an ardent activist, supporting a wide range of local and national charitable organisations. She has adopted 4 stray dogs on the streets of Málaga, and is always willing to lend a hand to people in need.
What´s on her mind?
My brother and elder sister have a completely unhealthy attitude to hangover cures. They swear by the hair of the dog method. This means, they wake up, and drink a bloody mary. A bloody mary is a drink made with vodka, tomato juice some Worcestershire sauce and a stick of celery to stir it with. It´s totally disgusting!
Most of us have woken up the morning after a wild night painting the town red with a banging headache. You know it’s going to be a bad day when you can’t lift your head off the pillow without your brain screaming at you: ” Call a doctor, you are dying” Yes, you’ve got a hangover from hell, and you probably only have a vague recollection of what happened the night before.
So, with this in mind, what are the best hangover cures?