This year I had two New Year’s resolutions. I have been doing my best to keep the first one which is writing more, but I hadn’t even started the second one, running again, for a number of reasons, including Covid. Now that that’s not an excuse anymore, I decided to stop wondering why I haven’t … Continue reading Working on my New Year’s resolution
I’m no longer hoping, wishing or even dreaming about writing for a magazine, that’s all in the past because IT HAPPENED! I just wrote not one but TWO ARTICLES in the January 2023 edition of Solapreneurs Magazine. Solapreneurs Magazine is a new magazine published in Puerto Rico for female entrepreneurs. Here you will find stories … Continue reading My first articles in Solapreneurs Magazine
Today, first thing in the morning, I went to the laboratory to get the Covid19 antigen test. I had already spent a week in my house, only leaving on Saturday for a walk at the beach. I had to get back to work, I felt fine and I couldn’t spend one more week in my … Continue reading Got a negative Covid test!
I thought my recent Christmas vacation had been everything I wanted, great weather, lots of sight seeing, spending time with family and friends and a lot of good memories. I didn’t know until a few days after I got back that I also got Covid on this trip. I had been extremely careful and managed … Continue reading I got Covid
Last night I got back from Boston, where I went for the last few days of my vacation, after being in New York City. I enjoyed the drive to Boston because I got to rest from all the walking we did in the city. Our stay there was also a lot more relaxed and quiet … Continue reading Christmas Vacation 2022
The new year is only two and a half hours away and I don’t know what to expect from this new year but I do have two resolutions for 2023. The first one, writing more, has three parts: 1) Publish more blog posts- I wrote a lot less than other years in 2022 and I … Continue reading Happy New Year 2023!
On December 26th, my parents and I went to New York City. This was my third time in NYC but I had wanted to go for years and I finally got the chance. We spent three days in the city and walked so much that it felt like six days. The most impressive thing wasn’t … Continue reading Christmas in New York City
Exactly six years ago, my parents and I adopted two puppies who needed a home. These two adorable girls changed our lives for the better and have made us so happy throughout these past six years. They have taught me how to be responsible for someone else, made me laugh, made me worry, and even … Continue reading Six years with Indy and Sandy
I tried to make my grandma’s famous arroz con salchichas or rice and sausages. It’s always been famous to me because it’s my favorite, but Her famous dish is actually her flan. I don’t like flan but from what I hear, she makes a really good one. My grandma is a great cook and almost … Continue reading Trying to imitate grandma’s cooking
As of a few weeks ago I had to change the streaming service I used to workout. Now I’m using Apple Fitness instead Beach Body on Demand and the two are very different. Beach Body had a lot of different workout programs and Apple Fitness has hundreds of videos. I was already used to using … Continue reading Using Apple Fitness
Ten years ago today was the third and last surgery on my cranium after the accident I was in nine months before in May. Even though it has been a decade, I still remember how terrified I was during the days before and the day of the operation. I remember still being awake as the … Continue reading September 21, 2012
Five years ago Puerto Rico was changed by Hurricane María. It caused so much destruction, so many deaths, losses and changes that just the mention of a hurricane causes a deep sense of fear and stress in everyone. This time is was Hurricane Fiona, which was different than María but still deadly. Fiona turned into … Continue reading Hurricane Fiona