Earlier this year, I was very lucky to have had the opportunity to visit one of Thailand's most beautiful islands. The island is none other than the island of Samui - third largest island in Thailand. My original reasoning for coming to visit Samui was actually very simple. I really loved the name of the island. But spending some time there, I realised that Samui had an uncanny similarity to a place i hold dearly.
Some of you might know, that I spend much of my childhood in Shenzhen. There, the weather was pretty similar to Samui. It was of tropical warmth all year round and it also had some of the best Coconut water around. Samui too has a good reputation for it's coconuts and coconut water. In fact, it is one of the main industries other than tourism still left on Samui. This is why according to urban legend, Coconut trees can be seen anywhere you look. As a person who loves coconuts, and coconut water, it's like a match made in heaven!
'In between goals there is a thing called life that has to be lived and enjoyed.' - Sid Caesar
I couldn't agree more, Sid!
We are strong and we are tough, sailing across the windy Oceans of life, fighting for our beliefs, pursuing great achievements and creating groundbreaking inventions.
Until last summer my friend Marta and I were roommates on the isle of Tenerife.
We were inseparable (and sometimes unsupportable for people around us, haha! We have too much energy when we are together!!!).
Now, we are living on different islands of the same archipielago (Gran C
Hot pot has always been regarded as one of the best inventions of the Chinese culinary arts. Throughout history, Hot pot has enabled people to eat together with friends, whilst combining large varieties of vegetables and meat together. Food cooked with hot pot is usuall
In the first episode of my Psycho-Cybernetics blog-series, I summarized the chapter about the importance of your self-image, because the first thing we must realize is that a human can only act, feel and perform in accordance with what he imagines to be true about himself and his environment. If you haven't read the previous episode, you can click <<here>>
Now let's continue..
Science has now confirmed what philosophers, mystics, and other intuitive people have long declared: every human being has been literally "engineered for success".
Just to make sure we're on the same page, I will use Noah Webster's definition of success, which says: Success is
the satisfactory accomplishment of a goal sought for. Creative strivin
Another week awaits, will it be amazing, will I enjoy it? Last week was really cool. Although I still feel somewhat confuzzled with the commas, just way to many rules if you ask me.
So I opened the first page today, you know that page with the gibberish all over is which I somehow understand sometimes, well I was very shocked at what I found. I sat for a while just staring at all this stuff and well...
Yes, sadly I am still trying to figure what the @#$%(Fluffy Unicorns) is these strange words.
Paragraph and Essay Development:
Fidget Spinners are the hype product at the moment. They're everywhere on social media, everybody is talking about it, young teens fight over it and some schools have even banned them already.
They are small toys that don't really do much - you can spin and twist them, but that's about it.
Everyone fidgets: whether that's playing with our hair, nails, fidgeting with our clothes or playing with small items like pens - it's a natural behaviour, and we don't even think about it.
Fidgeting is not a bad thing - nobody stays completely still for a long time, that would feel and look unnatural to us.
I already posted about this event a few months ago, since my marketing agency WeCare4u was in charge of the marketing and social media aspect.
The event took place at the Barclaycard Arena - the biggest venue in Hamburg, where superstars like Justin Bieber or Rihanna usually perform.
The arena was remodeled with the boxing ring in the middle, and around it at floor level were several tables where VIP guests had dinner.
So what's on the menu this fine summers evening? Well, being an eclectic soul I have trotted round the globe this week. We have Japan, the USA and of course the UK! Don't worry Europe. Next week I shall ride my golden hopped chariot your way.
So first up, let's head West!!
What a lovely chap! From the Anchor brewery in the US which claims to be Amurca'
After I graduated from university in 2009 my brother and I did a trip to Canada and Alaska to work and Travel.
I studied a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Management.
This series of photo's were taken in Banff and Jasper national parks in April 2010.
The last photo is of Athabasca Glacier.
I hope you like them?
The beautiful weather continues, and now is the time for the cherry blossom. And so ,earlier today I went for a stroll in the park. (I'm pretty sure these are Kawazu Zakura cherry trees, but please correct me if I'm wrong).
I had planned for a quiet walk all by myself, but things didn't really turn out like that...
Before even arriving to the park, I noticed crowds of people heading the same way as I were. By the time I arrived, I saw some stands and some people were dressed in kimonos and other Japanese style dresses.
I never really figured out anything specific about this event, but it all looked really beautiful, so here are some pictures from my sunny Sunday. Enjoy!
Google's annual developer's keynote just ended - and the event was packed with announcements about upcoming google products, improvements and new features.
The conference was held from may 17 to may 19 in Mountainview, California at the google headquarters.
Especially deep learning mechanisms, which allow AI systems to learn and improve in the future, are an important part of many different Google products.
Let's take a look at some of the biggest announcements from this year's Google I/O conference!
Currently, Google's virtual reality system
***daydream*** includes attaching your phone to the headset.
But now, Google has announced that they will launch some standalone VR headsets in par
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I am currently a special education teacher... and I LOVE it! I could not imagine being anything else.
However, as a kid, I never once mentioned teacher as a possible career. In fact, I hated school and was a HUGE troublemaker in high school. I made it my sworn duty to give my teachers as much grief as possible (usually in a playful but extremely annoying way).
My oldest recollection (from when I was around 10) of how I would answer the
when you grow up... question was with the response
There were a few problems with that answer. I didn't have any pets, I had never had any pets... and I was pretty scared of all animals. When I was seven, a giant Husky jumped up on me and scratched the white part of my eyeball. I still remember the red mark it left on my eyeball. So yeah... I didn't like animals very much.