Wednesday Hump Day

Wednesday Hump Day





Just because I’m being completely unproductive, I shall dedicate today to do some finger-scrolling exercise.

Look what I found!




DUDEBIKE Pinna foldable fixie.

Features & Materials:

  • One-Speed Chain Drive
  • Coaster Brakes
  • Framework: Fold-able Steel
  • Fork: Steel
  • Rims: Aluminium
  • Seat Post: Aluminium
  • Handlebar: Aluminium
  • Pedal: Foldable On Sphere
  • Garnishment: Black Steel 42
  • Freewheel: 18 Teeth
  • Seat: Monte Grappa CTB Fashion Brown
  • Easel: Aluminium
  • One-Speed Chain Drive
  • Coaster Brakes


  • Steering Tube: 60º
  • Tires: L50.8 H4.5 cm Black
  • Bottom Bracket: 95 cm
  • Pedal Hub’s Height from ground: 26.4 cm
  • Chain: 0.32 cm
  • From the floor to the handlebar: L85 to 100 cm
  • From the floor to the saddle: L70 to 90 cm


And this Otis & Eleanor Bamboo wireless speaker.

Now the question, to buy or not to buy?


Not really, maybe?

Yesterday someone told me that one of the worst traits of human beings is that we overestimate ourselves.

There is some sense in that and if you think about it, it’s actually quite tragic. Maybe when you dissect all issues open and come to the core of it, you find that indeed we are not as “important” as we think we are. In career, no one is indispensable, eventually people all move on with or without you. In relationships, something you took a lot of pain to grow & protect could get smashed into smithereens over a tiny fraction of the time it took to build it up. At the end of it, sometimes, you may just realize that actually you can survive just fine without it.

Tragic, right? 

We all take things too seriously.

Conclusion? Eat that bag of potato chips & buy the shoes.


“It’s dark because you are trying too hard. Lightly child, lightly. Learn to do everything lightly. Yes, feel lightly even though you’re feeling deeply. Just lightly let things happen and lightly cope with them. “

– Aldous Huxley

“If you don’t l…

“If you don’t like where you are, move on. You are not a tree.”
– some philosopher

Where’s that Switch Off button?

Arrived in Munich this morning at 5 AM, bleary-eyed and disoriented. A driver was waiting for me at the arrival hall, after which I was promptly whisked into a car and driven 2 hours to Berchtesgaden where I will be holed in for the next 5 days. He sped along highways while it was pitch black outside and the world was still asleep.

Work has become unbearably dreary in the past few months, zapping away all my energy and whatever human-ness I have left. I snap easily at the slightest annoyance, and I feel my judgement clouding over as every single human being seems to be pulling at my patience. Surely not everyone has turned into imbeciles? It must be me.

We are somewhere in the middle of the Alps and my hotel room is facing the mountains :]

I ordered a Pesto Panini for room service and by mistake the attendant brought me an additional order of a huge-ass Rocket salad. One point to healthy eating! :]

I’ve got free flow mini bar! :]

I shall try not to complain. Work life could really be way worse than this…




It will all be well…

No Regrets.

It’s better to make a mistake with the full force of your being than to timidly avoid mistakes with a trembling spirit. Responsibility means recognizing both pleasure and price, action and consequence, then making a choice.

The Way of the Peaceful Warrior, Dan Millman

Bonne année


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Flee from the bad stuff, onward with the good stuff!