While there is no one-size-fits-all solution for the perfect CV, it should be sufficiently formatted and short to adjust to the role that you are applying for. Not sure where to start? Here are some basic rules about CV writing: What information should I add to my resume? There are several things that CVs should always include: 1. Personal information: It might sound obvious, but … Continue reading How to write a CV
Steve Rogers: You know, I saw a pod of whales when I was coming up the bridge. Natasha Romanoff: In the Hudson? Steve Rogers: There’s fewer ships, cleaner water. Natasha Romanoff: You know, if you’re about to tell me to look on the bright side, um, I’m about to hit you in the head with a peanut butter sandwich. Whales and pollution: Who has watched Avengers: Endgame knows that Captain … Continue reading There are COVID-19, Whales and a Planet
For my maiden post at the Byzantine Times, it has taken me quite a while to figure out what it should be. I was so close- as close as Kanye is to Kanye- to start my search for the extinct dodo for sacrificial purposes, at least to get inspiration. I have been debating on what the most appropriate theme for my piece would be, especially … Continue reading I am a Fraud
As a child, I always had a curiosity and enthusiasm for magic. All my make-believe plays were about magic. One day I was a witch and the other day I was a fairy. I browsed for hours in the public library for fantastical books. What was I looking for was not Harry Potter, no offence to J.K Rowling, but a possibility of magic; something more … Continue reading Depression and why I believe in Magic
The question might seem trivial or, at least, reductive. In reality, I’m referring exclusively to those genres that pump with the sound of millions of streaming reproductions!.. on the well-known fastfood music platforms, which nowadays rule especially among those who really have time to listen it: young people. The backing tracks are all synthetics – it’s a fact – and, well that goes, they are … Continue reading Is professionalism dead in contemporary music?
Let’s start with a question: When was the last time you read a book with a story? When was the last time a great plot carried you away so intensely that you couldn’t stop reading? I’ve always read a lot. I learnt to read when I was six years old, and since then I’ve continued reading. I was taught to read every night even a … Continue reading The fantastic side of Reading
Can I at least be free to live? If nothing else, can I still breathe? What more do you need to believe That we’re the same beneath the skin? I’ve shed these tears for years unending Stood beneath your boots unbending Raise my head? You’re apprehending Humbled yet you’re condescending … We are the same there’s no pretending I am you yet you’re contending Nothing’s … Continue reading Painted Man
Since I was a child, I have had a huge interest in tattoos. In the years, I have noticed that most of the tattoo artists are male, both in Turkey and around the World. Later on, I had a chance to know an incredible woman, one of the top talented tattoo artists in Turkey. I met Tuğçe Türksoy for the first time in her studio … Continue reading What if I want a tattoo now?
If Pluto relies on South America, Brazil could more or less contain it, with its 8,514,877 km² surface. Central Park, on the other hand, measures only 3.41 km2, but is almost 8 times larger than the smallest State in the world. It is a fairly recent State, born only 81 years ago, but actually with a rather ancient history, which someone might even say adamitic, … Continue reading A short story of the smallest country
I miss the days when we would laugh and play our air guitarsThe nights when we would sit and wish upon the brighestest starsI miss the times of curious smiles all filled with wanderlustWhen we would wish to talk the earth until we touched the skies. But as we grew, you changed your crewYou pushed me far away from youYou went with them, your new … Continue reading Pills and Potions