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The Year I Took The Red Pill.

Let’s make no mistake — objectively speaking, my life situation is absolutely enviable. I live in one of the most stable Western democracies, I have enough money to not have to work for quite a while, my parents and I … Continue reading

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After the Show.

It’s hard to summarize what happened in the last weeks. It’s been so long ago that I last wrote, middle of August. That feels almost like a lifetime away (only slightly exaggerated …). From the middle/end of August onwards, we … Continue reading

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Slowly Going Back to Normal.

I feel like the days of psychological upheaval are coming to a close. It’s not that the world is in better shape, or that somehow the problems are being solved. But I think I have made progress, sorting my things … Continue reading

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Long-Distance Electric Driving, Health Scare, Depression, New Perspectives.

A week ago, I returned from my first Tesla week. I did over 2,000 km with it in the first week, and really had fun. I had to do one unexpected night stay-over because recharging didn’t go as fast as … Continue reading

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It’s crazy: I have an electric car now.

It feels very “21st century”, driving it. I’ve had a few experiences with electric cars, but the one I ended up buying — the Tesla Model S — is a bit of a class of its own. And it’s very … Continue reading

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Betrayed.

I’ve known it all along. I really have. In my gut. But I never dug, I never searched to really know the truth. So it did not really come as a surprise when I found out in early September that … Continue reading

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The Changing Landscape.

This past week, I had to learn that my plans for the next years (decades?) may not quite work out. Nana and I had come back from our holidays in Greece (which I have documented elsewhere, so I’m not going … Continue reading

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