Three years ago, when I began my first and only full-time job as a computer programmer, I remember complaining about sitting for too long. Minus bathroom breaks, and lunch, my peers had no problem sitting in comfy rolling chairs from 10-6pm. It was the norm. Since that day up until … now, I accepted the […]
2020. The theme to start this new decade is: less code, more moving. This year is about getting back in shape, playing more basketball and coaching fitness again.
It’s the originality, the melodies, the aura of a young pop star — no, it’s got to be the fact the loves The Office. I learned about Billy Eilish early last year. She was already kind of big, but she did this YouTube video with Rainn Wilson, aka Dwight. Her new album didn’t even release […]
I started a sales course for tech founders last month, and one of my early assignments is to find people who are in fitness that are willing to talk to me. Ask them about their work, their jobs and things that really bother them— seemed simple enough.
2019 might have been the most difficult year in my life. It shouldn’t have been, but it couldn’t have felt any worse. I’m aware that I’m raised in a privileged country, and that I’m just privileged, I have a set of AirPods Pro, they work well. Starting a business is hard. I never learned what […]
I started running not too long ago— 8 months ago to be exact, and I was in your shoes. I never liked running and I never played sports for endurance. In swimming, I always swam the 100m freestyle; in basketball, all I always sprinted down the court. Running for distance was never my element. Earlier […]
Last year, my company SuperFit was selected to Y Combinators’ online startup school program. If you don’t know, Y Combinator is a popular tech incubator in Mountain View, California that, in exchange for 7% of your company for a 130k seed investment~, provides support, mentorship and the most popular platform for showcasing your startup’s purpose […]
I’m a coding boot camp grad. I should be proud to be one— but I’m not. I’m aware that becoming a software developer has opened so many opportunities, experiences and friendships for me over the last 4 years— but still, I’m not proud to be a boot camp grad. I think it has to do […]
I mentioned in an earlier post that over the last year, I’ve adopted running more in my declining fitness routines. I’ve always played basketball, worked out or lifted in the gym, but after many years the same exercises and movements eventually get stale. I started running a bit more regularly a year ago when a […]