Happy new year everyone, may 2015 bring you joy, happiness, health, love and success. I choose the word success as opposed to prosperity, because success implies having a goal, and working to achieve it, where as prosperity can just happen for a lucky few.
As most do, I spent some time reflecting on 2014 yesterday, and realized I had a pretty good year, nothing to truly complain about, but it also had some shortcomings. Stuff that I don’t feel like I achieved, yet were well within the realm of possibilities.
This year, my resolutions, will all have something in common, an accountability factor. If I don’t achieve my goals, it will be because I didn’t work hard enough on them, or I didn’t make time for them. Nothing is out of reach, nothing is impossible, and the important one, nothing relies on anything but me and my effort towards them. Continue reading “My goals for 2015”
Happy New Year everyone. It is again that time of the year, when we look back on our accomplishments, failures, dreams and hopes. site down check Well this is my 2014, year in review.
This time last year, I had a certain set of goals, and things that I hoped to achieve in 2014. I wanted 2014 to be a year that included some firsts, and some changes. If nothing else, 2014 taught me a lot about myself, both good and bad.
First lets recap some of the goals I had set for myself
Well its the new year, so Happy New Year everyone.
I try to do this every year, not always on this blog, but at least in general to review how things went in the previous year, what happens and such.
This past year has seen a few milestones, I changed companies, leaving a fantastic organisation that was SidLee Technologies, and joined a new startup with some old friends. I will write in the coming months about the startup, but this isn’t the time for it. Continue reading “2013 in review”
I was lucky enough to have a wise uncle who taught me a whole bunch of interesting and useful things, ranging from picking up women to choosing what’s important to you, and giving those things the attention and effort they require. Perhaps some of those things will appear as entries at a later time.
One of the most important words of wisdom I learned from such a great man, is that there are 3 things in life, you should always spend good money on, they are the 3 things between you and the ground, and they will have a major impact on the quality of your life, if not the longevity of your life. Continue reading “Words of wisdom”
Today we decided to take the kids out for a different kind of outing. Something that wasn’t too far, something not too expensive ( taking 2 adults and 3 kids, can get expensive ), and all in all something we don’t do very often. We took them to La Ferme Guyon, off of highway 10, just outside Montreal. This place is a combination of farmer’s market, artisan store, nursery ( tree not kids ), small animal farm and a butterfly aviary. Yeah, I know that sounds like a lot, but this place is pretty big.