https://www.wnycstudios.org/podcasts/deathsexmoney/episodes We are coping…
Job applications in January. Identity. Patience. A Duffboy six-word memoir. Original artwork.
Good guy police department does a solid for its unpaid crime lab intern. https://imgur.com/gallery/8yVV8
I’ll thank Vimeo for this suggestion: Personal Growth from Samuel Jacques on Vimeo.
Now, I don’t mean this kind of poison… I think it’s what Nelson Mandela said: “Resentment is like drinking poison and then hoping it will kill your enemies.” I’m seriously giving this quote a lot of thought. Trying to find solace within myself.
Some gratitude/observations throughout my day, so far. Sitting on an 8th floor office, sipping a cup of coffee. I’m not a coffee snob, so… yes, I have no idea how they made it, but it’s pretty damn good. The amount of traveling vendors on the bus I rode was minimal. Always a plus. Although gettingContinue reading “8th floor R&B”
Master the ability to accept and move on Source: 13 Valuable Skills That You Won’t Learn in School
So, I was not tagged, but I got inspired by Emma´s recent post about #TakeBackWhatsYours. The campaign was originally started by Chloe from Chloe’s Concept as a way to use our position as bloggers to inspire other people to make a positive change for good! …many make New Year resolutions, so why not influence peopleContinue reading “Take Back What’s Yours”
I don’t travel as often as I’d like. A couple of days ago I had the chance to sit on a shuttle on my way to Panajachel Sololá, near a village called El Tablón, where I was booked to teach a workshop for teens who want to become bloggers. I’m not as shy as IContinue reading “Traveling with strangers, part 1”
A Story About Following Your Dreams – Romi Moondi…: http://youtu.be/dUjSyZclU5A Thank you Romi for the inspiration! “I started blogging at a time in my life when I was really stressed out about work, and actually kind of depressed that I’d given up on the whole writing dream. The problem was I didn’t have time toContinue reading “A Story About Following Your Dreams – Romi Moondi… on YouTube”
“The customers are the best and worst part of the job. It all depended on how they viewed you as a person”.
And you know it helps in many ways.
Originally posted on Becoming Jennie:
I’m currently in the middle of a new 4th step and am once again bewildered by the fears that have come up. The first time around, I wrote them out and many of them were so irrational that I had to let them go. Of course, many of those irrational…
One of my most memorable interviews of 2013 was the 40 minutes or so I shared with Pamela Fox, a very approachable, funny and experienced engineer who visited Guatemala as part of a tech summit at Universidad Galileo. How do you perceive the state of Guatemala`s programming culture? It seems to be in very earlyContinue reading “A cure for loneliness: an interview with Pamela Fox”