Monthly Archives: July 2011

Left La Paz

My time in La Paz was recently over. It was with a bit of sadness that I left a city where I spent a great 18 nights. The longest I’ve been in one location (not counting visits to family), since my trip started. There were three main reasons to stay for such a long time. [...]

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Investment Club

I’ve been wanting to start an investment club for many years now. Why I didn’t while I had a stable life I can’t really say. Today it would be hard for me to attend the meetings. So it will have to stay on the backburner until I next have a home. Meanwhile, you start one. [...]

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Worst Case Scenario

I roughly follow what happens on the stock market, and in particular what’s happening at the Stockholm stock exchange. A few months ago a pharma company made public a failed study on a possible medication for diabetes, and lost about 80% of its share price in a few hours. I read that some people were [...]

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Email Subscription

After being recommended making it easier to follow the blog, I’ve added email subscription to it. This also means that the RSS feed is rerouted via FeedBurner. See link at the top, or click here. Cheers, Daniel

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Investment & Providing Value

I was offered to invest some of my money the other day, and I said no. Even though it looked like a very solid investment, with good returns on capital, I still said no. You may ask why, and so did I. I asked myself why I said no? I think it is because the [...]

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To Jump

Have you ever thought about ending it all? End life as you know it. Climb the wall and fall down on the other side. Ending up in afterlife or not. I have.

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JCI Empresarios La Paz Anniversary

On Thursday I was invited to the 22nd anniversary of JCI Empresarios La Paz. The second time during my journey where I was underderessed; you can only fit so much in a 30 litre backpack. The reason for writing though was about the flow of time and consistency. In this JCI chamber, there is a [...]

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Homesickness

Do you feel homesick when you are away from home for a long period of time? I don’t. I don’t miss people. I don’t miss places. I don’t even miss my hobbies. (Well, maybe I do miss people. Just a lot less than you’d expect.) Instead I find new people, new places, and new hobbies. [...]

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JCI La Paz 19.26

Today I attended my fifth JCI event for this year. Feels different to be such a non-active member. It is really great to attend JCI events in foreign countries. I’m always very well received and JCI La Paz 19.26 was no different. This was an event with JCI La Paz 19.26, which is one of [...]

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Not a Bucket List

Do you have a bucket list? A list of things to do or accomplish before you die. I’ve never had one, and then starting looking into it the other day. Copy-pasting anything cool that I could find into my list. Without discretion. The list is now a hundred or maybe two hundred items long. All [...]

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