Inglés Málaga Chat Room: The Big Win: Spend, Save, Invest?

Speaking Chat Room Malaga 14 Oct 2015Are you interested in improving your English speaking skills in a relaxed way?

If yes, the Inglés Málaga Chat Room sessions with Janette will be able to help you!
The next session is:

  1.  Chat Room Session: The Big Win: Spend, Invest, Save?
  2. Date: Wednesday 14th October 2015. 20:15pm: 21:15pm
  3. Information:  For more information and to reserve a place email Janette: chatroom.inglesmalaga@gmail.com

Inglés Málaga Chat Room: The big debate: Yes or No!

Speaking Chat Room Malaga 8 Oct 2015Are you interested in improving your English speaking skills in a relaxed way?
If yes, the Inglés Málaga Chat Room sessions with Janette will be able to help you!
The next session is:

  1.  Chat Room Session: The Big Debate: Yes or No!
  2. Date: Wednesday 07th October 2015. 20:15pm: 21:15pm
  3. Information: email Janette for more information : chatroom.inglesmalaga@gmail.com

Inglés Málaga Chat Room: The perfect relationship!

Ingles Malaga Chat Room 30.09.15Are you interested in improving your English speaking skills?

If yes, the Inglés Málaga Chat Room Sessions will be able to help you!

The next session is:

  1. Chat Room Session: The perfect partnership: Are you pulling my leg?
  2. Date: Wednesday 30th September 2015. 20:15 : 21:15.
  3. Information: email Janette: chatroom.inglesmalaga@gmail.com

To be sick and tired of something or somebody

to be sick and tired ofTo be sick and tired of doing something or of someone is an idiom which means you feel bored and perhaps annoyed.  In other words, you are fed up!

For example, these are the things that I’m sick and tired of at the moment:

  1. Drunk people waking me up at 4 in the morning
  2. People asking me if I own a hairbrush
  3. Burning pots and pans
  4. People spitting on the street
  5. Buskers who don’t have any talent
  6. People who shamelessly demonstrate a lack of compassion.  (Did you know it’s free?!)
  7. Badly made cocktails
  8. People who have an inability to apologise for bad behaviour

OMG, I feel soooooooooooooooooo much better!  Ok, it’s your turn, what are you sick and tired of?  Seriously, you will definitely feel fantastic when you get it off your chest.

 

50 things to do before you die: learn how to cook 12 new dishes, one for every month

I love cookingLearn how to cook 12 new dishes?! No, no and moreover NO!

I get the idea that it could be relaxing, cathartic and enjoyable, but for me, cooking creates lots of washing up and burnt pots and pans.  Someone once told me it’s different if you do it with love, but I thought, why don’t you just show me ‘the love’ in a very different way and with a lot of physicality! So, I say forget this goal  and try new cuisine every month by going out to a different restaurant, for example, one month try Lebanese, the next month Japanese and so forth. So, what do you think, am I right, or am I right?

50 things to do before you die: take part in a triathlon

triathlonA triathlon is a sports event which involves 3 continuous and sequential disciplines. Modern-day triathlons are swim/bike/run events that are done in that order.

Taking part in a triathlon has been on my bucket list for at least 3 years and so far, I’ve done absolutely nothing to prepare for it. Firstly, I don’t own a bike and secondly, when I jump in the water, I sink like a stone which isn’t conducive for competing in an event like this, neither surviving! chatsworth houseTo add insult to injury, my elder sister has successfully completed two triathlons and my brother is attempting his first in June, with an outdoor swim, in the beautiful location of Chatsworth House in Derbyshire.  As an aside, if you like classic novels, Chatsworth House, is mentioned in Jane Austin’s romantic book, Pride and Prejudice.

So, the O’Carrolls are a competitive family and at the moment I’m at the bottom of the rubbish tip.  So, please give me some advice on how I can prepare for a triathlon and if you would like to train with me, then let me know when we are going to start.

On a final note, a lot of people want to complete a marathon before they die, but I think that running a marathon would definitely kill me! Not to mention an iron man competition!

50 things to do before you die: go travelling for 6 months

travellingOne of my great passions in life is travelling, and the truth is, I have spent a lot of time living and travelling in different countries. My first big adventure was when I was 18 when I volunteered on a Kibbutz in Israel for a year. During this adventure, I learnt how to cultivate bananas, pick avocados and that looking after children brought me out in a rash! In addition, I fell in love, broke my leg and developed a ‘thing’ for men in uniforms. However, the biggest life lesson I learnt was that tolerance, humility, compassion and hope are by far the most precious of all human inventions. Finally, I also realized that I was always going to have itchy feet.

janette philippinesSo, if you don’t have a passport, get, one and if you don’t have a clue where to go then perhaps Lonely Planet could help you, or throw a dart at a map of the world and go wherever destiny takes you. In deed, my sister and I went to The Philippines as a result of watching a video on YouTube. However, our next backpacking trip is going to be to Sri Lanka and India. However, we are open to suggestions, so if you’ve got a better plan, then let me know.