Weekend Coffee Share: Stuff

I don’t remember when the last time was that I shared coffee with you. It’s was sometime last year, that much I remember. If we were having coffee we’d talk about the fact that blogging has taken a back seat in the last couple of months.

Aren’t you loving the hot weather? I’m loving it, especially since this past week I was in Tel Aviv, where it is winter. It rained for the time I was at the conference. Thursday was my own day and I walked a bit of Tel Aviv and the weather was clear and lovely. Cold but lovely with clear blue skies.

View of Tel Aviv promenade taken from the Old Jaffa side ©2016 Regina Martins
View of Tel Aviv promenade taken from the Old Jaffa side
©2016 Regina Martins
My raison-d'etre for being in Tel Aviv
My raison-d’etre for being in Tel Aviv

If we were having coffee we’d talk about the reason I was in Tel Aviv this past week. I was a speaker at the Agile Practitioner’s Conference with my 90 minute leadership workshop The Spiderman antidote to the anti-patterns of Agile leaders.

Here’s the link to my bio for the conference.

If we were having coffee I’d talk about how vibrant Tel Aviv is. It’s a 24-hour city. On Wednesday a group of us had dinner at the Sarona food market. I posted some photos of this market for the wordpress weekly photo post this week.

When I travel I don’t bring back souvenirs – I’m not a souvenir person. I prefer the experiences and the photos I take. The only exception is the coffee. Wherever I go I bring back some of the coffee sold there.

This is it for this week.

This is part of the weekly blogging linkup hosted by Diana at Part Time Monster. Click this link to see more coffee shares.

 

2 thoughts on “Weekend Coffee Share: Stuff”

  1. Hi Regina,
    I am impressed with your Tel Aviv conference bio,my word you have so much to give from your expertise. Women like you just make me fulfiled knowing that as women there is nothing which can stop us from achieving what we set our hearts to achieve.
    By the way thank you for the kind comment you left on my post ‘Generation’ I tried to respond but pressed a wrong button typical of me and technology. I liked it very much.
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    1. Hi Mabel,

      Thank you for your wonderful words! You are pretty amazing yourself with what you have achieved too 🙂
      I agree, we can fulfil anything we set our minds and hearts to.
      By the way, thank you for inspiring me to do the coffee share this week 🙂

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