Have I forgotten how to blog?

My last post was published in April. And to be honest it feels so weird sitting down and trying to write something that is more or less interesting. But what have I been up to in those last past months? Several things have happened that were quite time-consuming.

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Eat Sweat Play: How Sport Can Change Our Lives by Anna Kessel

Anna Kessel’s book has one main purpose – inspiring women to enjoy sports. The book is aimed in first line at women who are not that into sports. Therefore I hesitated, as I could call myself active. Moreover, I exercise quite a lot. I hit three times the gym for strength training and once a week I work on my endurance. It sounds weird, saying this out loud, but I guess I’m sporty. I have no clue why I have sometimes trouble to associate this word with me because I played for many years floorball but I never saw myself as someone who does a lot of sport.

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Books I’ve read in 2016

I know, already one month of the new year has passed, but I wanted to write this post since I finished my last book. However, due to exams, I was simply too busy. In December 2015 I set myself a goal on Goodreads – 12 books in one year. Okay, this sounds like nothing. And when I browsed through the reading challenge of my friends I realised that I was by far the one with the smallest goal. But you know what, I didn’t care. Because for me it was more important to set myself a realistic and an achievable aim.

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ESFJ-T or ENFJ-T

A few years ago I never thought that I could become that extroverted person again that I once was. As a kid, I was extremely bubbly, talkative and had a lot of ideas. I always enjoyed the company of other people and had no trouble giving a speech in front of people who I didn’t even know. Yes, I was indeed an extroverted girl. But what happened that I became an “introverted” person?

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