Last weekend we had a really nice sunny weather and we had the chance to spend it with friends in the countryside in the center of France. We were celebrating 3 birthdays so we had plenty of time to eat, drink, dance, sing and play. But, we also wanted to add a cultural activity to our weekend so we went to visit Le Chateau de Chambord. I don’t think that I have the right words to describe how beautiful this castle is. It was really magnificent. A real masterpiece.
Good morning 🙂
it’s 8 a.m. and I am already sitting at my desk writing this article. I woke up this morning at 6 a.m., worked out had a shower and breakfast and now time to work. For some of you, that may sound familiar and a part of your daily routine. But I am not a morning person.
It has been a while and I haven’t been that committed to this blog. Maybe being busy or being sick are good excuses to explain that. But the truth is that I was (am) very intimidated by all the rules that I am supposed to follow when blogging. I have been reading a lot of articles about how to blog, how to write online and all the dos and don’ts.
This is my first post for 2018 so I would like to start by wishing you a Happy New Year with a lot of great things. A lot of happiness, health, wealth, personal growth, education, success and all that you wish for.
Just a quick post to wish you a happy New year. Full of joy, health, wealth and all the good things.
I hope that it will be a year full of adventures, grow and good memories.
For this new year that will start tomorrow, I would like to try something new: having a mantra and working on it every day for the next 365 days. My first mantra is then: health.
Looking forward to sharing my progress with you. See you soon 😉 and have a great new year’s Eve.
Don’t hesitate to share with me your new year’s resolution 😉
It has been a long time but I will probably explain that in another post. Now I am really excited to write this one today because I am telling you about what has been my dream since I was a student at the university.
Ok, let’s focus and tell you the story from the beginning. I studied mechanical engineering and took courses oriented to the automotive industry so I actually have an engineering diploma in mechanics and a master degree in automotive engineering. The thing is, both diplomae are(were) useful only to get me a job. I didn’t learn that much about cars during my studies because there were a lot of theoretical classes. Anyway, now my job in the automotive industry is too oriented to project management so I still don’t have the chance at work to be that kind of “expert” about cars. Those people who can identify cars by simply listening to the sound of their engines impress me a lot. My BF amazes me when he does that about motorcycles!
today I want to tell you about my running plan that I have designed for myself before I was able to run for 30 minutes non-stop.
First of all, Disclaimer: I am not a professional athlete or a coach. Everything in this article is based on my personal experience. I share it with you for inspiration and motivation. A professional opinion is highly recommended.