List of common Indian spices and food items easily available in Spanish supermarkets with their price, translations and personal suggestions
Itni real si hai ye duniya par ek tarah se kitni fake hai,
Matlab na ho kisi se, par dusre ki success pe, lagaani sabko break hai,
If you are an aspiring language assistant from India who is appearing for the interview process soon, this article might ease your anxiety and could help you prepare for the interview round confidently.
Sharing with you all a few of my experiences in the corporate world as a female leader. There is always much more happening at the background of that achiever, strong and determined lady in your office. Much more than what is hardly spoken of. Few of this much more is what I am writing here today.
Feeling responsible and at the same time, unsure of where life is heading? Here are some important things you must know on your 25th birthday
Is there anything that you feel is not good for you, but just cannot seem to let it go off? Struggling to be free from a bad habit or maybe an addiction? Read further to find the key to be free
Need to pay TASA for your TIE request or renewal but the busy schedule is keeping you from visiting a bank? Click to know how to pay the TASA at an ATM.
If you are a first year Language Assistant in Spain and are applying for your first TIE (Tarjeta de Identificacion de Extranjero), you would need to fill the form to be able to pay the fees for TIE application. Here, you have the guide to help you with the process.
A new Auxiliar or student in Spain? Here you have the guide to help you appy your first TIE card in Spain. Guide to fill form Ex 17
Ever found yourself getting stuck in a similar situation over and over again in life? Meeting the wrong person in the relationship, not being able to crack that promotion interview every time you apply for it no matter how hard you try, being back-stabbed by friends always, etc. Something that perhaps is unmanageable and every such occurrence makes you wonder ‘why does this always happen to me?’