Shyrwyn and I both have e-book readers that have been unused for pretty much since we came to Brazil back in 2020. A few days ago I decided to check if they would still be working after being so much time with the batteries completely discharged.
Last year I wrote a blog post talking about how I felt better after starting taking some pills that were prescribed by a psychiatrist. I described how I felt like the anxious, and how the daily annoyances were not affecting me as strongly as before.
A couple years ago, Shyrwyn decided to write haikus. She would write and publish one haiku a day.
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.
I’ve learned the difference between easy and exhausting when I became a father.
Sometimes I wonder what would I have done different if I had been taught as a kid that becoming good at something is a matter of doing it repeatedly for a long period of time.
Stop judging yourself first.
I’ve made many stupid decisions in the past that I’m not proud of.
When I was only at the beginning of my pincha journey, I never thought I’d be able to do what I’m doing today.
Lately I’ve been listening again to The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle and it’s always refreshing to be reminded that: