Song of the week: ONUKA – ZENIT (ЗЕНІТ) [Incl. translation]

By Vadim Dovganyuk

Intro This week we will be again switching temporarily to a weekly song, instead of daily songs. This is because I will be lacking time. That doesn’t mean you won’t get something in return, as this week I will be having my first giveaway here on my blog. Further details about this will be shared…

I bid you farewell Twitter

By Vadim Dovganyuk

5 years ago, I started out on the Twitter social media platform. At this time, I was officially too young to be using this website, which eventually came back to bite me when the European Union (EU) introduced the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which left me several weeks without a Twitter profile, until I…

My choice of life and the future

By Vadim Dovganyuk

This is a cross-post, which was first published at my Facebook profile. I usually don’t share more personal parts of my life publicly, instead I tend to keep them to Instagram and Facebook. However, this share was reacted to more actively than any of my shares before. Hopefully you enjoy it as much as my…

My answers to 111 random questions

By Vadim Dovganyuk

A friend sent me these 111 random questions, which I have answered. It’s probably a good way to learn some things about me that you previously didn’t know. Some of the questions have typos. I haven’t fixed those for authenticity. (Neither my own, to be honest…) 1) What’s your full name? – Vadim Dmitrievich Dovganyuk…

Children need us now more than ever [Part 1]

By Vadim Dovganyuk

This is part 1 of a series of blog posts which will together form 1 very large article.I worked long on the full article and it ended up being over 10 thousand words of content.—[All video content in this post has been supplied by UNICEF.]—If you have recently read any news website, you will have…

Project: Ads for Charity [Last Update: June 2019]

By Vadim Dovganyuk

The idea Close to all websites have ads these days, which is obvious, as ads could bring in quite a bit of money. That money could help in many ways, like paying the costs of the website upkeep. Still, in most cases, the website costs don’t even come close to what the ads bring in…