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3 December 2018

Monthly Favourites - October and November 2018

Long time no see! I haven't been on social media or blogging much lately. I've been busy searching for new interpreting, translation and teaching jobs. After a few occasional language-related jobs  (stay tuned for my Rimini post!) and a lot of time spent in front of my laptop and CV files, I finally have a few interesting options to choose from. Who knows what 2019 will bring? Meanwhile, here are some things I've been enjoying...

- Hatha Yoga Classes
I've recently started taking a new kind of yoga classes - hatha yoga, which I'd only tried once before. It's very gentle with a great focus on the breath and relaxation. I enjoy how simple it is and how it allows you to reconnect with yourself and your body. If you've tried it, what's your opinion on this type? Have you tried or preferred others?

- Netflix Series: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
I know that by now it's Christmas time, but this post might come in handy next year. The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is, whether you watch it at Halloween or not, a fun and spooky series about witches, spells, familiars, spirits, scary and bloody rituals and anything Halloweeny you can think of. It's about the worldly and witchy adventures of Sabrina, a half-witch living with her aunts, her cousin Ambrose and her black cat Salem. I would definitely recommend it for an all-girls night.

 - Netflix Series: The Haunting of Hill House
While Sabrina is fun and spooky, The Haunting of Hill House is very scary and definitely more of a horror Halloween series. It's about the Crains, a big family of seven, who move to a villa where they have to carry out repairs and gradually discover the house's creepy secrets, which haunt the five children into adulthood. When tragedy strikes years later, they are forced to confront how their time at Hill House affected each one of them.
My mum and I had fun watching this series, though some bits were extremely scary and sometimes tacky. I doubt I'd watch this again. Make sure you watch this with someone and turn the lights on!

What were your favourites in October and November?



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