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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