Expat. A word that is been part of my life for 5 years since I set foot in Canada. Sometimes, 2014 feels like yesterday, but most of the time it feels like an eternity. It’s been 5 years of experiences, changes, personal discovery, and growth; good and unforgettable moments, but also very bad ones, which are part of any immigrant journey. Now, looking back, and … Continue reading EXPAT
How many times you’ve thought: “I’m so unlucky, I never get an opportunity and, even if I don’t stop looking, I don’t find any chance to do something that I like for my career and my life”. I’ve asked that question myself for longer than I remember, and honestly, you will never know when that opportunity will come, you just need to be ready for it, and don’t hesitate to take it.
It’s 12am, and I just came from a 14-hour day at work. I should definitely go to sleep, but I find myself watching my recording of the PGA Championship’s final round. And there’s only one reason I’d do it, Tiger Woods is in contention. I’ve been wanting to write something about his comeback for a long time, but perhaps I was waiting for a day like this.
It’s not the best time for Sergio Garcia. The 2017 Masters’ Winner is been struggling the whole season, since he won his first tournament of the year in Singapore. And it’s always during his lows when all his haters come to the light, and take advantage of Sergio’s fragile mood.
Welcome to Reflections. I would like to use this section as a trip to my mind and my thoughts, and also to share some of my own life stories / experiences. If “Driving to the Skyline” is my personal blog, this would be the most personal category, and of course the most subjective and opinionated one.