This article was originally published on my website.
On Twitter, I’ve seen people posting stuff about their 2019. Some users had published a bunch of lines on that silo, other ones had written an entire article on their website, like Matthias Ott did. Being a web developer and author myself, I composed this article in which I review what happened during my 2019.
During 2019, I have learned how to eat in a more healthily way. I’ve always eaten a lot of sugar, sweets, snacks, ice creams, etc. I already knew the most essential things, such as it is critical to eat less (or better, no) sugar, but I learned other relevant information. For example, it’s necessary to eat fewer (primarily animal) proteins than we usually do. The most crucial point, however, is that I have started cooking by myself, preparing essential but healthy dishes. A cornerstone of this new diet has been eating more seasonal fruits and vegetables. I wasn’t able to be constant, but I plan to show myself I’m capable of following this diet during 2020. I want to be able to organize my time between work, leisure, social life, exercise, and preparation of my meals.
I’m happy to announce I will start a traineeship for hiring purposes on 7 January 2020 at Nebula. After taking a BD in Computer Science in 2018, my plan is to begin making experience. So far, I’ve worked as a sailor for a public transport service. Now it’s time to make my hands dirty. I hope I can grow a lot on the professional level starting with 2020.
I wouldn’t say I like reading books too much. The only one I finished in 2019 was “Permanent Record” by Edward Snowden. I found it to be really disconcerting and educational at the same time. I highly suggest you read it. You can find my short review of the book here.
In the professional field, I want 2020 to be my distinct year, the one in which I start putting my knowledge at the service of what I love: Computer Science. I’ll undoubtedly continue to give lifeblood to my website, updating it both on the graphic and content side. I’ll make it even more accessible, and I plan to implement other useful functions. As for my life, I can say I only want 2020 to be full of joy and extraordinary moments, both for the people I love and me.