EVS - Lead The Way

European Voluntary Service hosted by Bulgarian Youth Forum

Episode 1 – No Online Hate

This is the first episode of the Lead the Way Series produced by BYF Productions. In bulgarian schools online and offline hate is not stopping. Europe’s Antibullying Campaign Project (2012) reveals that the problem with bullying is still a grave… Continue Reading →

THE MAGIC OF TURKISH COFFEE

It was quite surprising for me that Bulgarians don’t drink Turkish coffee at all… and it was even more surprising that I couldn’t really find it at all even in the big supermarkets. So I brought it with me from… Continue Reading →

MY TOP 3 EDU CHANNELS ON YOUTUBE

I am quite sure that each and every one of us has a channel that they would spend hours on watching and watching… It would be super cool if we can actually manage to complement our leisure time with a… Continue Reading →

ESTONIA? UHHH…

To provide more insight on me, my background and to change the main topic of my posts, Bulgaria, I’ve decided to write about Estonia. When I tell people I’m from Estonia, the most common answer is usually, “Estonia? Uhhh…”. You… Continue Reading →

MARTENITSA TRADITION IN MACEDONIA

Martenitsa (Мартинка in Macedonian) is twisted shrill worn as a bracelet on March 1. It is made of woolen or cotton yarn in 2 basic colors – white and red. This holiday is also called the holiday of “Baba Marta”…. Continue Reading →

PREVENTING PROBLEMS IN THE SOCIO-EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF GIFTED CHILDREN

Gifted children are those who have the ability to achieve an unusually advanced achievement in an area, including intellectual and creative ability, musical, artistic or sports achievements and social skills, leader skills, and many others. Their special abilities require a… Continue Reading →

New YouTube Channel! Lead the Way

New Video! Check out the first video of my new YouTube series Lead the Way! Telling stories of volunteers carrying out their passion projects. Check it out!

WORK SMART!

The Pomodoro Technique is a time management method developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980s. The technique uses a timer to break down work into intervals, usually 25 minutes in length, separated by short breaks. These intervals are named… Continue Reading →

MY RENDEZVOUS WITH ISTANBUL

You know… sometimes when it comes to dates you feel kinda out of the game, like you have been sitting on the bench for long time. Then, well.. then you get an opportunity to play and all of a sudden… Continue Reading →

From Ghetto to Paradise. [No More War Festival]

Have you ever imagined an Imám making a call for muslim oration inside a Catholic Christian church? Crazy, right? Well, no need for imagination, because that is exactly what has been happening in a troubled community´s catholic church since 2013…. Continue Reading →

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