Thanks to all of this good work, I could relax during the Christmas holiday. Together with my family, I enjoyed the traditional Czech Christmas. I tasted every kind of Christmas cookie, I watched Christmas movies and I went for a walk in the snow with my dogs. I was a very idyllic holiday. On the Christmas eve, I ate fried carp with a potato salad and I watched the movie Pelíšky. After the holidays, I focused on the start of the next year and my promise, from my last post, to start doing more sports.
Other than my job and gaining new experience, I still try to do boxing. As I mentioned in my last post, I still do box once a week but I also started to do other physical activities. Once a week, I practice badminton with three of my friends, also Open Gate alumni. Next, I go to the gym once a week. I am so glad I started to do more sports, because my back no longer hurts when I sit at school or at work, for long periods of time and I feel better overall. Now, my next semester already started. I hope I can keep up the good work in school, at work and in my life overall.
As I near the end of my undergraduate studies, I would like to dedicate a blog to what has shaped me perhaps the most during my time here - and I'm not referring to the invaluable professors or internships I've written about on this blog, but to life in the Newman House Chaplaincy.
Motivation for Altruism, Helping Professions and Burnout Syndrome
Altruistic behavior is commonly explained as selfless, beneficial, and focused primarily on the good of others.
What Connects the OECD and Mladá Boleslav? or My Experience from an Internship on Economic Migration
Vaccinating at a football stadium
The combination of covid and bachelor's exams is not entirely funny
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