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Hello Everybody!!

Na? You probably wonder why you receive a notification on this Internship blog, seeing that the internship is over, right? Well, the internship is, but the adventure continues…. Curious? You should be! Check out and sign up on my NEW blog at:

http://sansquest.wordpress.com/

I hopefully see you in a click!!!

I wish you all a great day!

Best regards,

San =)

The chaos continues... muhahaha!!

Hello Everybody!!

Na? You probably wonder why you receive a notification on this Internship blog, seeing that the internship is over, right? Well, the internship is, but the adventure continues…. Check out and sign up on my NEW blog at:

http://yesyoucansan.wordpress.com/

I hopefully see you in a click!!!

I wish you all a great day!

Best regards,

San =)

‘Hate’ is a strong word and I do not use it very often. Regardless of my stance, I have to make use of it now, for I hate saying ‘Good bye!’

Melodramatic

As a matter of fact, I try to avoid saying it to people I like a lot, since I am convinced that you see each other at least twice in life if you sense a special bond. Without wanting to sound too corny or melodramatic, I may convey the fact that such a bond exists between some of the people I met in the last six months during my internship. And although it is a silly and almost pathetic thing to admit, but I am certain that I will miss each and every one of them! Continue Reading »

Hm... lekker!

 

“No way!” “Yes, of course!” “Nooo, I am sure that not!” “Hey guys! What’s up? Why the screaming, San?” Ellen looked first to Joost, then to Alex who shook his head and then turned to me. “Ts. Joost here, says that the song ‘Eins, Zwei, Polizei’ continues with ‘Drei, Vier, Bregadier’. That is non-sense.” “Ok, what is it then, Miss Pukler?” “Well, it is  ‘Drei, Vier, Grenadier’, of course!! Ts. I mean really, Joost, who is the German here?” “Nah, ill go for bregadier!” “Oh yeah?! I bet you that it is GRENADIER!” My eyes started to get that wild slightly insane sparkle that they always get when I am faced with a thrilling challenge. Continue Reading »

Box Fox!! Yes you can, San!!

“Goooood morning, Saaaan! So, where exactly are you sitting at?” “Heeey, good morning Foxy, my compartment is directly in front of the kiosk this time!” All of a sudden, I heard a heart-warming giggle behind me and Foxy came to sit in the seat next to mine, followed by many partly amused, partly sleepy looks from the other train passengers. “That was easy this morning. The guy behind you pointed you out, haha!” “Haha, box Fox!!” “Yes, you can, San!” And again, we were unintentionally in the center of attention. Yes, that was definitely an indication of Foxy and my communication style.  Continue Reading »

Is it 10 yet, Rick G.?

I admit it. I am a bit of a hypocrite, because although I love adventure, I also strongly appreciate sturdy routines. I find it a nice combination: Although you find contentedness in your structured and controlled comfort zone you get the exciting opportunity and exposure to the thrill if you want it. In a way it is like having the pie and eating it as well. In this regard, one of the company’s routines is “Birthday-Cake-At-Ten”. Although it is a routine, I am highly thrilled about it. It starts in the morning when I open my outlook and secretly hope for a certain standard message to pop up with its distinctive sound. Continue Reading »

Did you ever have this feeling. “Ah, another meeting and no way to get out of it!” Well, why don’t you just make it fun? Here are ten ways to lighten up a meeting. And even if you do not practise them, it is fun to think about it. Enjoy!

1. Stand up and act indignant. Demand that the boss tell you the ‘real’ reason this meeting has been called.

Now, where is my coffee?

2. Spill coffee on the conference table. Produce a little paper boat and sail it down the table.

3. During a meeting, each time the boss makes an important point, (or at least one he/she seems to consider important), make a little noise like you are building up to a sneeze.

4. Stay behind as everyone else, including the boss, leaves. Thank them for coming. Continue Reading »