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Grab a drink, it's a long one!

Grab a drink, it's a long one!
By Camille Blanchod • Issue #1 • View online
Goodnight from Portugal. I hope you’ve had a great weekend.
Thank you for giving me some of your time. I’ll try to make it worthwhile. Without further ado…

A newsletter, uh?
I know. Everybody got one nowadays.
Is it really necessary for me to have one as well?
That’s a good question.
(we’ll find out together)
Time flies when you're having fun
As I was shopping on Saturday morning, I felt like the week had passed in the blink of an eye.
These past few weeks, I’ve been a busy bee.
A stressed bee as well, due to some family matters.
Thankfully, I’m lucky to have great clients & projects to work on, which helped me focus my energy on things I could actually control/change.
It’s a blessing, however it impacts my perception of time quite a lot.
*I'm in this picture and I don't like it*
*I'm in this picture and I don't like it*
On the plus side...
Projects are going well. The bond with my clients keeps improving. New opportunities arised this week. Oh, and I (finally) started doing some yoga/stretching again.
I’ve been thinking about going back to the gym to lift weight, like I used to a couple of years ago. Ever since I stopped (which, at the time was not my decision) I’ve had a hard time exercising regularly.
Having an energetic dog helps, because she requires daily walks & playtime.
I’ve always had in the back of my mind the memories of the “glorious days” when I was lifting weights 5 times a week.
I don’t know if I’ll ever go back to such an intense regimen, but I know for a fact that I can’t afford to not exercise.
The effects of age + sedentarism keep showing up uninvited.
It’s time to do something.
I came across this meme this week, and felt torn between laughing & crying
I came across this meme this week, and felt torn between laughing & crying
Camille...where the h*ck are you going with this? ?
Honestly? Nowhere.
I’m just giving you some update on my life (:
The next issues will be focused on:
  1. Resources I found interesting
  2. Conversations that sparked interest
  3. Tools & services I’ve tried & liked
  4. Random ideas & updates
I’ll do my best to make them concise and helpful ;)
I wish you all a great week ahead!
See you next week,
Camille
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