3am – can’t sleep again. I ate a bunch of crap before going to bed, and perhaps one too many beers last night. Awake, rolling around. Try to fall asleep, I keep hearing about badass Goggins references everywhere. I might give it a try. Immediately hooked, this is what I need. Bit of positivity and… Read More Turning it around at Green Lake, Seattle
Few sun-rays come through the window, not much light out yet, looks gloomy again. Alexa, what’s the temperature outside? “Its 55F in Seattle with chances of rain”. Im tired, it’s been a long week, went for runs and paddling in lake WA few times, but couldn’t shake my thought about what is going on out… Read More Being Different, Seattle’s Discovery Park.
So here it is, after is done we will be ready to move on to the next adventure or, who knows, we might also fall in-love with the area and stay – open ending for now… Ski Crystal Mountain: I’ve only heard of it, would love to ski it someday. Ski Whistler BC: Big fan… Read More Our Seattle Bucket List
Week #2 So I noticed, that regardless how tough Washingtonians claim to be, as long there is one cloud in the sky, they all stay home. Sunny days? they are all out. We live in a tiny apartment, facing east and in front of another building, so if we wait for sun to shine to… Read More Camano Island State Park Loop, WA
Alright, so week 3 and we keep going strong. This week was the time of Lake Washington Watertower, South Ridge, Beach and North Trail Loop – man that’s quite a mouthful. This trail is probably perfect for trail running. Starts flat down and into a gorgeous canyon. There is a tiny creek that runs at… Read More Trailrunning: Watertower, Beach and North Trail Loop.
We recently moved to the Greater Seattle area, we’ve been following our career and without much thinking we said yes to the next step. Of all places we landed in Kirkland WA, a beautiful, extremely overpriced, perfectly manicured suburban area. The views of Lake Washington are absolutely gorgeous, people are healthy and the flowers… oh… Read More The Move… (Moving to WA, in the middle of the pandemic)
So I am back, I’ve been out of the writing thing for a while now, but something inside told me to keep this thing open. I was holding on with hope, of what? of becoming a better writer? sure, learn? sure, curiosity? most likely. I have to warn you that this self discovery journey will… Read More The writing monkey is back!
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I just came back from the second annual Student Speaker Competition at the University of Nevada, Reno and let me tell you, it was a blast. I was running from class an hour late, so I rushed directly to the main theater. To my surprise the theater was completely empty. I thought oh man this… Read More The Road to TEDx 2015
There is a scene in Ghost Busters, where Egon Spengler (the smart one) says: “Print is dead.” Like Egon, I do not like printing either. For a long time I refused to print flyers for our association, I personally think is a waste of paper and I really like trees, way more than a stack… Read More “Print is dead” but is it really?