Category Archives: Job

A Life-Changing Week?

Last week may turn out to have been kind of momentous. On Thursday evening, I had the chance to present our climate change project in front of a group of green investors. And the contacts that are currently developing out … Continue reading

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Back to Reality.

The catastrophe has been digested. My sleep has returned to normal — which I am very grateful for. That was the last thing that was still lingering … I am back to being the old me again, more or less. … Continue reading

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It’s Been Over A Month Now.

And things are better. I don’t think about F all the time anymore. I have made much progress moving on. Sometimes, she’s in my thoughts again, and there’s pain and anger and sadness. But I get over these spells. The … Continue reading

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How One Person Makes Everything Different.

I talked about this in my last post, from August — almost two months ago: Dating felt different, somehow, and new. And only a few weeks later, I met someone absolutely amazing — through that website. F is incredible, and … Continue reading

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A New World.

Well yes, it is. On two levels. The first I’ll explain at the top of this post, the second at the bottom of it. After the little “project” with Lane didn’t pan out — the interest from there seemed to … Continue reading

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Travelling Near and Far.

I think I may be in love with someone a clean 10,000 km away … The week before last, Ian and I accompanied one of the protagonists of our documentary film to Central America, for a fashion conference. It was … Continue reading

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The One Thing that Remains Is Change.

Last time I wrote, my title already said that everything is different. And again, after a month and a half later, it keeps on feeling like that. The most radical change may be that I have finally moved into my … Continue reading

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