This article is not going to be a mathematical one. It’s about what sort of careers a mathematics degree can lead to. I want to explain to people the kinds of possibilities that can open up if you’re taking a mathematics degree.

Mathematics graduates are very much in demand, and a math degree is about as good a non-vocational degree as you can find. I was a math tutor for several years a few years ago, and it strikes me that people don’t always realize that mathematics can open a lot of doors rather than closing doors. It’s clear that…


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If you want to change your career, here is a list of ideas and examples that could give you the courage and motivation to take that step:

In his book “Creatures of a day,” psychiatrist Irvin Yalom recommends a patient who is not happy with his profession the book “Meditations” by Marcus Aurelius. He says that the Roman Emperor, Marcus Aurelius, was not pleased with his job either, because he wanted to become a philosopher! Since philosophy was his real passion, we honor Marcus Aurelius today more as a philosopher than a ruler!

Take Argentina’s most beloved psychoanalyst Gabriel Rolon


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I am not a superhero. I like believing it, but I know that I am not special. I am just one of 8 billion, and it is the truth. I have no problem with that.
I have always believed that if everyone adopts a cat, we could save the world. And now I found another solution for our Earth; making other people happy. Other people, as in, people we don’t know.

I used to live in Istanbul before I moved to New York. I had a rewarding job at a marketing agency. I had a beautiful white cat and a…


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Why don’t you take advantage of summer days and learn something new on your own instead of wasting your summer? Remember, learning does not stop unless we want to. And on the internet, online learning never stops for a second.

If you want to enhance your skills this summer, I have chosen 42 beautiful free courses for you.

Arts and Design


“We have our love inside us, and we give it the name of someone. So instead of calling it by the name of one person, you may as well name your love “humanity” and try to love and care for as many people as you can.” Stefan Zweig

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I know most people could be pieces of shit, and I don’t see why I should put my “love” or attention to people I don’t even know exist or care about. Because of some of those pieces of shit, I am single. My idea is simple; I can’t get dumped if I am not in a relationship. But what if I die? Then I got dumped by life. Which one is worse? Dumped by a boyfriend or dumped by life?

I prefer being alone, and I’m in a period of my life when I feel like I’m blooming. I feel…


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Sometimes, you find yourself writing for days. That situation might make you feel despair. At that time, the best thing to do is going out for a walk and meet someone who understands and share your passions and frustrations about the writers’ world. Another writer is the right choice.

Writers indeed help each other a lot because a writer is usually lonely and often self-taught. Although we can spend a lot of useful time on the Internet, the truth is that there is nothing like meeting in person and talking for a while about desires, fears, and projects.

What can…


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Very few authors can dedicate themselves entirely to literature, with tailor-made schedules and the dedication they need. Most writers have to share their passion with other work, besides, of course, to the space that their families claim (and with good reason). That is why sometimes it is challenging for us to advance in the stories we are writing. So it is best to try to organize yourself logically.

Mark yourself several words.

They can be daily, weekly, or monthly. I bet on the weekly mark, trying to meet a daily minimum. How many? That does not matter. It can be 200 in a day…


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I give some maths problems to my students. Then they become upset, and sometimes they cry. You may think that I provide them with a time test of multiplication facts and tell them it’s a measure of their intelligence, which is one of the terrible things that go on in schools all the time imposed by governments. It’s the opposite of that. I have given them an open visual creative question and combined that with critical brain science on what we know about the brain and how it processes mathematics.

So let me tell you about one of my experiences…


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Whether you’re ten or seventy, there are still tons of things to learn. When the topic is education, the internet is like an ocean. The resources on the internet are endless. And we are so lucky because many Ivy League colleges offer tons of completely free courses.

I have made a list of the best free online courses from the top eight universities globally so that you can learn from home. Here are 68 amazing free courses from history to coding.

Stanford University


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J.R.R. Tolkien is one of the most well-known and influential authors of the 20th century. Still, it is necessary to approach this writer’s figure for being the architect of The Lord of the Rings and his interesting perspective on art, creation, and literature. Above all, Tolkien was an academic, an essayist of great depth who left many pearls through books and letters. Today I am going to select some of his best tips.

Vanity is useless.

Advice that, without a doubt, many current authors should take into account. Tolkien comments on this in a letter where he assures that he hopes to leave…

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I found tons of books in Argentina!

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