The past December 24th, I considered the Xmas decoration done, despite I couldn’t do part of it, because I hadn’t got time enough. In fact, the decoration looks poor, but next year I’ll make more things. In the next picture you can see some of the garlands that I made to hang in the shelves. In all of them I used the yo-yo technique. I made some of them with sweets, and as I could imagine, my niece tried to eat most of them (and now my sister hates me!). By the way, my niece appears in one of the photos in the shelf. Isn’t she the most beautiful girl in the world?
Following my Xmas decoration plan, I stuck snowflakes and stars in the stairs, and also snowflakes in the tv. Now I’m writing this post to show off (of course!) and to tell you my experience doing it. It was the first time I worked with glitter and paper, and I learned some things from my experience (and mainly, from my mistakes!)
I said in my last post that I’m currently having a lot of work to do, but not in the job of my life. Well, finding the job of my life (or a job that I like) is one of my proposals for 2010. Maybe you’re reading this blog and you know a job that I could be interested in. if that’s so, please, let me know!
I’m not sure of my vocation but I love designing, doing things myself and work in front of a computer, specially with 3D programs. I’m a supportive person and with a global vision, so it’s essential for me doing a ethical work. I’m a hard- worker person and I love travelling. In fact, I would like to find a job in another country, or at least in a different city, to live new experiences. I am an industrial engineering, specialized in design, interested in biomechanics, industrial design and music. I have publications in the field of biomechanics, I made several courses about eco-design and industrial ecology and I speak 4 languages (Spanish, Galician , English and French) and I understand Portuguese. I’ve spent my time in University acquiring working experience and collaborating in a NGO.
I hope a shower of jobs! 😉