Comment spam seems to be on the rise. So much so that my hosting service completely removed this site to avoid hurting other shared hosting instances.
I was forced to disable comments on posts older than 30 days and on the 2 pages in this blog. It’s a shame, but I wanted the blog to be back up.
This is the last time I’m going to mention my “gym anniversary.” After 10 years it’s safe to say that fitness (in some form or another) has become an integral part of my life. That’s not to say that I’m fit, but I do feel healthy and generally speaking I’m happy with my current look and form. And that’s all I really ever wanted.
For now I’m going to keep the same routine I’ve had for the past couple of years – an 11km run, twice a week. Maybe I’ll change it sometime, but that won’t really matter, as long as I keep feeling well :)
Those of you who know me can probably guess how excited I am about this.
If you want to come with me to enjoy an award winning, extremely energetic live act that is The Prodigy, here’s a link to buy tickets.
And if you’re unsure about going – let’s talk about it. I’m sure I can convince you :)
This birthday comes when I’m relatively happy, but it follows a few not-so-great months. The past year had its ups and downs.
We closed Playrock. Following that I started looking for a job outside of Israel, but instead opted to take a job at an Isareli startup. That may have been my biggest mistake of the year. My experience in that company wasn’t good and I switched jobs again. I’m sorry that I didn’t follow through with moving abroad, mainly because it would have saved me a lot of grief, both professional and personal. I take comfort in the fact that I’m enjoying my current place of work (Stratoscale) a lot.
Other than that, I became involved in a side project, Unvelope (Hebrew link), which I hope will do well.
I also had a short relationship that didn’t turn out well at all.
I saw The Prodigy twice – in June and very recently on New Year’s eve. That’s always a good thing :)
I’m still running (outside) twice a week. I feel healthy and in that sense things are fine.
To sum up, quite a lot happened this year. I hope I’ll be mostly happy this year and maybe to accomplish something meaningful.