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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 getting […]
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 people […]
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 I […]
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 to […]
Originally posted on TIME:
I was 23, jobless and full of Sheetz milkshakes when I made my way past the highway signs promising my destination. Just a week earlier, I had decided that the stuffy, crowded Washington, DC area was not for me, packed all my belongings into my small SUV, and set my sights…
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 early […]
Originally posted on Confessions of a Chick in Paris (and beyond):
All the signs are there to put an end to being a dreamer, n’est pas? It starts with the beginning of a brand new year. For people who indulged too much over the holidays, this means an end to the guiltless consumption of chickens…
Originally posted on Jen Danger Writes:
You know when you meet someone and they tell you their occupation, how you can nervously justify yourself to them? Like when your friend introduces their dad, the hairdresser. You subconsciously flatten your hastily-combed mop, whilst explaining what a busy morning you had with the kids, and how you…