Panic attacks are episodes of feeling extremely frightened together with having a number of physical symptoms related to fear â€“ such as shortness of breath, rapid heart rate, feeling your heart pounding, butterflies in the stomach, sweating, feeling weak-kneed, tingling in hands and feet, dizziness, feeling that you are likely to faint, go crazy or die and feeling that you or your surroundings are not quite real.
â€” Freedom From Agoraphobia
Not experienced them for a while now, but have several times before. They hit more or less (seemingly) out of the blue and I can assure you they are no fun…
Not sure where twenty-ten went, but twenty-eleven is up next. So, happy new year everyone! Take good care of yourself, your friends and your family. Remember to stop and think once in a while. About what you’re doing and where you’re heading. And remember to spend your time wisely, cause before you know it, it’ll be twenty-thirteen 😛
Yesterday I stumbled over a blog post which linked to a very interesting paper about how to write more clearly, think more clearly and how to learn complex material more easily. I recommend that you read the whole thing!
My blog has been a bit dead for a while, so thought I could (hopefully) kick it off again with a little follow-up on my recent Interlude post.
I have now been at LifeStyleTV since the middle of February, and things finally seem to at least somehow settle in a bit. The first weeks was a bit chaotic I must admit, but things are much better now and starting to get more regular.
What I do around here depends a bit on what needs to be done, but my main responsibilities consists of two things: Create playlists and develop internal software.
Not much is happening at the moment. Well, actually quite a bit is happening. It’s just that I find myself in a rather non-eventful interlude of some sort.
Last Friday (January, 29th) I had my last day at SMS Development & Support AS where I have been working for the last 1.5 years. It was my very first job as a full-time software developer and I learned a lot. Both about developing software and about myself as a developer. Good stuff!