Summer ends

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     Everyone talks about time, and everyone agrees in one thing: “Time goes by so fast”. My last post was just 4 months ago, I totally failed my goal of posting every month.
Fortunately, I’ve been very busy, in this new town I’ve got the chance to start teaching English again, the City Hall lend me the place, and 24 students of various ages came to class this summer.
I’ve also been fortunate to receive family visits, because of the distance is not so easy for them to come more often, so we really value every moment of it. 🙂
In addition to those advertures, I’m still on my way to standardize my academic life, since one moves from one city to another its a bit chaotic, now the differences are enormous between two continents, so I must work very hard to validate all my entire academic life, always studying something and doing exams, after 7 years I’m not done yet, but someday I’ll get it.
The most important thing is to make a balance between family, professional life and set priorities, and always remember to thank the people who support and encourage me to keep on going, even on days I want to quit.:D

     For the moment feeling blessed and doing everything on my power to be happy.

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Sunflowers, at Palencia, Spain

25+ apps to make your everyday life easier

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TED Blog

Favorite_appsAt our small, fast-moving nonprofit company, everyone does a couple of jobs — and productivity apps help us manage roles that shift between coding, writing/designing and running a full-scale conference twice a year. We asked the TED staff what apps they can’t live without. And beyond the classics—Instagram, Google Maps, Spotify, Uber, Seamless—we found some great apps that might help you too. (A star denotes that the app is free, or at least has a free version.)

 

For random life stuff…

Dark Sky
A weather app with startling accuracy, its interface tells you things like: “Light rain starting in 22 minutes.” It also shows you beautiful weather maps that let you play local-news weather expert. “It’s like a wizard,” says our CTO, Gavin Hall. “If this app were available in the 1600s, it would have been burned at the stake for witchcraft.”

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