It’s been years that I’ve been noticing that my emotions were not matching my thoughts. Anxiety, specifically, was killing me. I was anxious all the time, even when I had nothing to worry about, and I was experiencing an unbeliable intolerance to interruptions that was depleting my energy every single day.
This is a work in progress post that I’m writing for myself when I need it in the future.
Back in 2010 I was working as a level 2 infrastructure analyst at a tech company in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. As part of my responsibilities, I had to interact constantly with different software developers, so it was common for me to have lunch with them.
After a month of making sourdough breads, here are my few lessons learned:
I quit my corporate job in 2015 because when I was projecting how my future would be, I could see that I’d end up having more and more responsibilities in my job, thus less time for my future family.
I’ve learned the difference between easy and exhausting when I became a father.
Baking your own sourdough bread is not about blindly following a random recipe.
I’ll list here the tips I’ve read or watched online or the lessons I’ve learned so far from my own journey 😄
And that’s why I’m not posting that much here 😅
But there’s nothing I need.