The Versatile Blog Award

First of all, thank you very much to Dora for nominating me for this tag. She has a wonderful blog, so please do give her a follow!


• Thank the person who gave you the award
• Include a link to their blog
• Select 7 blogs/bloggers that you’ve recently discovered or follow regularly
• Nominate those bloggers for the Versatile Blogger Award
• Finally, tell the person who nominated you 7 things about yourself

7 Things About Myself

This is really difficult, but here goes!

  1. I have written poetry since I was eight years old.
  2. I hardly ever take notes or plan anything in writing. Almost everything I do is thought through in my head and I rely mostly on my memory.
  3. I have one sibling. My brother is eight years younger than me.
  4. I am currently using Duolingo in order to work on improving my French. I became quite fluent in it while at school, but had forgotten quite a lot of it.
  5. I have worked as a university administrator for nearly four years.
  6. The city that I would most like to visit is Rome.
  7. Although I have always liked books and enjoyed reading, I only started being an avid reader about three years ago.

I Tag


No pressure to do this tag, but if you do, please link back to me so I can read your answers!

16 thoughts on “The Versatile Blog Award

    1. You’re welcome! I have always loved writing poetry and I try to post one poem each month.
      And thank you – I have some family who are from south-west Italy, but I have never visited Rome. It looks like an amazing place to go!

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  1. I love your answers! 😘 I also used Duolingo – I, for German. But I might use it again for French, too, because my situation is the same as yours: I learnt French quite good in high school, but then I didn’t really use it and I forgot so much!! 😱 I don’t want to lose this skill…

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  2. Thanks so much for the tag! 🙂
    I’m exactly the same when it comes to writing – I really hate planning and much prefer writing whatever comes to me.

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  3. Awesome tag! I’ve used Duolingo in the past to freshen up on my French as well. I remember the most random bits that I learned in high school. But I’ve also lost quite a bit of what I had learned.

    Erica | Erica Robyn Reads

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