Algumas mudanças na minha vida nos próximos dias. Na sexta-feira eu me mudo para Manchester no Reino Unido para trabalhar lá por dois anos.
To close 2015, a nice quote that I read today:
“People deny reality. They fight against real feelings caused by real circumstances. They build mental worlds of shoulds, oughts, and might-have-beens. Real changes begin with real appraisal and acceptance of what is. Then realistic action is possible.”
These are the words of David Reynolds, an American exponent of Japanese Morita psychotherapy. He is speaking of personal behavior (...)
I read the quote at Michael Chrichton’s book Rising Sun. In the case you are looking for books to your 2016 reading list I also recommend some of others books from Michael Chrichton:
This is probably the type of post that you probably shouldn’t write at 4AM in a bus when you couldn’t sleep but since normaly write stuffs help you clear your mind let do it any way.
In the last six years I more or less live in a bubble (or cacoon) due my undergraduate – life in academia is very different from the life outside it. In the last six months, after I graduate, my life has been a roller coaster (you are hearing that from someone that never ride in a roller coaster) with many changes in a short time.
Somo of the recent events at my personal, professional and volunteer life make me think about expectations and how they are managed. So I decided to write a post about that.