I have been living a sedentary lifestyle for far too long, with occasional basketball games and leisurely walks being my only physical activity for the past ten years.

However, a year ago, after struggling with health issues and going to the doctor multiple times, I decided to take control of my well-being. I committed to working out three times a week, and while the journey has been challenging, the results have been significant. The most rewarding changes I have experienced are the absence of severe back pain and no longer needing to visit the hospital.

Recently, I have seen more and more progress, so I can only look forward to the gains in the upcoming months.


After a quick job trip to Madrid, I’ve been working some days from Menorca. I’m not going to complain this time.

Mount Fuji

I’ve just landed from a trip to Japan, having explored Kyoto, Kanazawa, and Tokyo. During the 16 day journey, I averaged 20,000 steps each day, and now I’m looking forward to a few days of rest and recovery.

Overall, my experience in Japan was excellent. I enjoyed the delicious and affordable food, and I didn’t have a single bad experience at any of the food places I visited. The Japanese people are incredibly kind, even those I interacted with only in service roles impressed me with their hospitality.

One of the things that impressed me the most about Japan was the level of security. I felt safe and secure throughout my travels, which is something I didn’t realize how much I valued until I experienced it firsthand.

It’s hard to believe that two years has already passed since I joined Tinybird. Time really does fly when you’re having fun!

It’s been a wild ride, full of learning, growth, and some great experiences.

Today, I gave a public talk.

Despite the importance of improving this skill professionally, I don’t think it’s worth all the effort and anxiety that goes into preparing for it. Although the nervousness may dissipate once you start talking, I would rather not go through it all again.

Giving a talk

👋 Hello!