Nha Trang is always my favorite city. I have not lived in this city yet but I visit this city very often. Well, that has been “every year” since the first time I visited it. I love its weather, food, people, and scuba diving.
Let’s see what I have done in the recent days: eating a lot of seafood, going to the sea for a couple of scuba dives, jogging around the city, meeting local friends, and giving a talk in the local WordPress meetup.
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In Vietnam, last week, we had two holidays together with two weekend days. I expected that Hanoi would be less crowded when people flocked to their hometowns or went somewhere for resting. In the case, you do not know, Hanoi is always super crowded and its air is even as bad as Beijing. I really wanted to grab this chance and enjoy the less-people atmosphere with a run around the biggest lake in the city – West Lake.
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In the last week of February, my team had the annual meetup in Antibes, France. As you might know, I am working in a completely remote company, and we meet each other in person around two times per year. That’s why this retreat is super important, which helps build trust and increase our productivity.
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“Hey, just 2km, why not 20km?”
That was my first idea of getting myself to 21km non-stop running aka half-marathon.
The interesting point is that this idea came out in the tough time preparing for the current job with this quote in the company:
“I am in a marathon, not a sprint, and no matter how far away the goal is, the only way to get there is by putting one foot in front of another every day. Given time, there is no problem that’s insurmountable.”
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