The post I have written sorted by date (last post first).
Living in Las Palmas for half a year (14 October 2016)
In this blog post I will explain the lessons learned form my half year living abroad. I write in English so my foreign friends can read it as well and my Dutch friends read and write better than I do, so they will be fine. It is not my native language so feel free to correct my grammar with the top right button (on GitHub). Read more...
Work 24 Hours Straight (03 August 2016)
In the previous blog post I wrote about changing my working schedule to 2 days of 12 hours. I don’t think I want to change that ever, you get a lot of work done. You should not do it two days in a row, but if you work the day in between for just 8 hours it works pretty well. But now it is time for something more extreme. Read more...
Work 24 Hours In Two Days (20 July 2016)
It started with the idea of working my whole week in one day. I have to work 24 hours per week for the Member Get Member Company. There are no set days, just flexible and it’s both ways. Read more...
3 Projects In 30 Days (15 July 2016)
Once in a while it is a good idea to set your goals and clear your mind. For me that day was yesterday. In Las Palmas you do this by going to the beach, swim a few times, get a beer and get brown in the sun. One of the things that came up was the reason why I did go to Las Palmas (or abroad). It reminded me of my LinkedIn profile I wrote in the time I wanted to move to Las Palmas. Read more...
Living The Life (08 April 2016)
Moving to Las Palmas is maybe one of the best things I ever did. I was a little afraid of getting the same experience as the one time I moved to Utrecht. Together with a good friend we had a nice startup there, but the city(-life) itself was quite disappointing. Not that we lived in the best neighborhood This article is again in English and yes I’m still dyslectic, so feel free to fix my grammar on GitHub. Read more...
Before I Go (15 March 2016)
I just want to write down why I am leaving before moving to Las Palmas. Some curious people do want to know why I’m going there, so I want to elaborate a little. I will communicate in English because of the broader audience, but it is not my native language so feel free to correct my grammar with the top right button (on GitHub). Read more...