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Pachi 🪐 (she/her/ela)
Pachi 🪐 (she/her/ela)

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To-do list for 2022

I haven't written in a while, so today I decided to write down the things that have been in my mind. Sort of a list of goals for 2022, but I am calling it a to-do list to give me some extra motivation.

I will have 2 lists, a professional and a personal.

Professional To-do 2022

  • REALLY learn ReactJS, I started several times but always lose motivation. But 2022 will be the year that I learn React 🤣
  • Get my Spanish to Advanced level, I want to do DevRel work focused on LATAM, and Portuguese will just take me so far. (Please recommend me Spanish speaker devs to follow!)
  • More public speaking! 2021 was a great year for me on this, but next year I want to do even more, specially in English!
  • Content Calendar: This year I burned out wanting to create content in too many formats and too often. For next year I will do less, but better.


  • Okay, I need to start some form of exercising. I am 30 but my body hurts like it is 90 🥲 I am thinking Pilates.
  • I am moving back to Brazil after almost 9 years in the USA.
  • This one is a Personal goal but very professional: Finish writing and Publish my book.

That is all I can think of right now.
I hope I can look back here in 6 months and feel confidente!

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