Joe: There’s something special that happens one out of every four years when the World Cup comes around. Regardless of how much war, political controversy, numerous and varying culture zeitgeist’s that are going on, it’s the only time for a 90 minute period where the human civilization seems to stop and come together.
This month marks me reaching my 29th birthday. I remind myself not just to live but to reflect. When you reach certain points in your life you begin to realize it’s not solely just about one or the other, but through reflection comes life. In order to appreciate where you are, one has to see who you’ve chosen to become.
Beer is another thing Joe and share an interest in. This isn’t anything special, I know. The majority of men share a passion for beer, but the share part is a bit hard if you live on different continents. Thankfully we’ve had the opportunity to enjoy our fair share of beers together in the past (and future) but until the next time we have the opportunity, there is an app called Untappd. I’m hooked on it.
Setting goals. When I think back at my first years at college, I wouldn’t have thought that I would be working at the company that I’m currently working. To speak the truth, in my head my future job was more awesome than that it is in real life. It sounds negative but I’m actually not sour about where I am now at all. Continue reading Where do you want to go?
My good friend Joseph asked me earlier this week if I was interested in writing for his blog. I immediately said yes because I’ve also been wanting to start a blog but haven’t taken the time to start nor did I know what to write about. Working together is way more fun plus you keep each other sharp. Besides that, I think we can write about different things in life and have a lot to offer. Everybody has a story to tell and besides that, in my opinion our different backgrounds make it more interesting.