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  1. Paps
    1/1/2014
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    That was a good read, Harry. And I think you’ve did more than amazing this year 🙂 And just a reminder – you’ve managed to organize and control almost the whole department in one week for THAT project ;).
    And what about my 2013? Just had a thought about it while reading this. It was an amazing year for me! Including all my emotional ups and downs. And I’ve realized that I don’t love learning… I ADORE it! This is what keeps me going, keeps me smiling, keeps me alive. And I won’t make a list of the lessons I’ve learned the past year as it’ll go really long. Damn, I can write a whole post for it.
    What I can wish you for this year is – let it be better than the past one, let it be Glamorous! 😉

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      Haralambi Markov
      1/2/2014
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      I can easily get behind a more glamorous year! AND I do remember that week. Somehow it managed to be the fastest and longest in my career. I’m mostly proud I survived it. ANYWAY, moving on.

      I think I’m getting into learning again. The university left me with a bitter taste, but when it comes to learning things at my own pace, bit by bit. I adore it.

  2. 1/2/2014
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    I loved this post Harry. I feel the same way sometimes, like I haven’t done anything, but that’s not true at all. I think you’ve accomplished a heck of a lot in 2013! Now its time for a fresh start, a clean slate. I hope that 2014 is amazing for you!

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      Haralambi Markov
      1/2/2014
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      I’m really revitalized. It’s weird how a seemingly arbitrary, abstract device like the calender can help you get the best out of yourself. The feeling is mutual. Let’s totally push each other towards success and be kind, amazing and weird!

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