Monthly Archives: February 2011

Looking through new spectacles

Going to university has really given me perspective when I look into the world. Because of my course in International Business Administration, I started to look deeper and more defined at what happens around me. I remember standing in a … Continue reading

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Change

Seeing yourself change is most clear when you look at yourself through other people. Especially friends you haven’t seen for a long time. Today, I met up with a couple of dudes I knew back from when I lived in … Continue reading

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Workout

Recently, I’ve been thinking about why I work out. It seems like a lot of people work out because they want a certain shape and look that their body has. I thought that’s what I wanted as well, but I … Continue reading

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Improvisation and acting

I’m working on a presentation right now that I have to do tomorrow, based on the company I’ve done research and analysis on for the past few weeks. It got me practicing my presentation skills and I realize that you … Continue reading

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Blogging

I’m going to try and make it a habit to blog everyday. In that way I can improve my writing skills and see myself develop in other aspects as well. What I started thinking about is my blogging style. Do … Continue reading

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Turning bricks into gold

I just watched this movie called “Waiting for Superman” (watch the trailer here ). It’s basically about how education needs to take steps forward into the future. Although it focuses on American education, I think it’s important for education everywhere … Continue reading

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Facing Fears

This week I’ve been thinking about where my comfort zone is and hence, what my fears are. To sum it up, there were 3 things I wanted to do this week: Skate Call my ‘foster parents’ Ask the neighbors, who … Continue reading

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