Monthly Archives: June 2011

How to Become a Great Writer

As you may know this blog writing hobby of mine has a secondary purpose of making me a better writer. So, how do you become a better or even a great writer? Well, part of it is reading. Read what others have written. Read what interests you. Read what catches your fancy.

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Making Money From Blogging

A lot of blogs have a post with that – or a similar – title. I can tell you in one easy step how to make money from blogging (spelling suggestion: flogging):

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Phone Cancelled

I’ve finally accepted that I no longer live in the UK. Phone service at £15 a month for something I will use maybe a week or a month a year seems stupid.

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Work and Career

But what about working? Your career? Are you looking for a job here? Questions similar to that have been brought up during my travels more often than I expected.

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Short Changed

A few days ago I arrived in Asunción, Paraguay. It was in the middle of the night and as tradition now has it, I had done zero research on the city (or the country) before arriving. In need of local currency, and possibly not in much more need of Argentinian pesos, I went to a [...]

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Is One and a Half Plural?

I recently realised that I say “en och en halv timme” in Swedish while I use “one and a half hours” in English. “Timme” being hour (note the lack of “s” here) in English. This might be limited to only me though since I use singular also for two and a half hours. But not [...]

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Experience or Reporting

There are good things and bad with writing a blog. The good include practising my writing and organising my thoughts.

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Freaking Amazing

I’m writing this standing next to the Garganta del Diablo waterfall in Iguazú. I’m awed. At a loss of words. Nature is awesome. I have spent four hours in the park and had only the Devil’s Throat left to see. I was expecting the smaller (but still big) falls to have lessened the impact of [...]

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More Focus on Photography

I write too much. Compared to the number of decent photos that I crank out. Currently my blog pipeline has a few articles waiting for photos. I want something with every text. Not necessarily matching. Maybe I should turn more critical on the writing. That would also work, I guess. But, nah. Rather write a [...]

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Heading for Iguazú

After repeatedly replying “I don’t know” to the questions about my next location, I finally tagged along with a group heading for the bus station. The first sales booth for buses were for buses heading for Iguazú, with the next bus leaving within thirty minutes. Ok, off we go.

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