So for the month of November, I actually tried to make an effort to balance my hobbies. NOTE -"tried". It's a bit hard with college equally vacuuming out a great amount of time. With respects to reading, I didn't get much time to invest in it, but I'm hoping to have a reading spree after … Continue reading November Reflections
So around the time college rolled in, I kinda puta halt to my reading progress, or more like, updating my reading progress. The problem was that I tend to read multiple PDFs on my Kindle that I tend to lose track on when I finish one book and pick up the next to actually make … Continue reading What does it mean to be an influence?
As we all sit in our homes, waiting for normalcy to be restored, some of us might feel a bit off with the amount of time that we have and need to utilize it. And this is where a hobby comes in. By cultivation a hobby, you not only enhance your self in a new … Continue reading Cultivating Your Hobby
Russell Wilson, the Seattle Sea hawks Quarterback talks about this concept of neutral thinking - which helps him to thrive under the pressurized life situations that he lives in. https://www.ted.com/talks/russell_wilson_my_secret_to_staying_focused_under_pressure#t-356835 Through his talk, he says "Mindset is a skill which can be trained and learnt." By thinking about the times that you had shined in … Continue reading My Secret To Staying Focused Under Pressure – Russell Wilson
Emily Esfahani Smith, walks us through the stereotypical meaning of the word "Happiness" and states four pillars of meaning, which is something more than being happy. https://www.ted.com/talks/emily_esfahani_smith_there_s_more_to_life_than_being_happy#t-89881 Through her talk, she explains these four pillars that define meaning, which is the state of contentment that fulfills life's needs better than happiness itself. They are: Belonging- … Continue reading There’s More to Life Than Being Happy – Emily Esfahani Smith
Yesterday, I received my AWS Technical Professional Accreditation which puts me a step further on my journey to cloud computing. I have to admit that the first three modules of the course were pretty hard, given that they run through a bunch of products and services related to the AWS Cloud, but the next three … Continue reading Another Accreditation Earned in Cloud Computing