Happy fourth birthday Unstoppable Maria! I still can't believe it's been four years, I didn't' even realize it has been so long when I remembered it was our birthday today. The years have gone by in a flash and I've enjoyed every day of them, I really hope you have enjoyed reading. Thank you for … Continue reading Happy Birthday!
This weekend I finished reading A Mind Unraveled and I loved it. The author, Kurt Eichenwald, is honest about everything that happens to him during the period of his life when he was undiagnosed or wrongly diagnosed. It opened my eyes to how this condition affects every one of its victims and it's different for … Continue reading “The Smile on My Forehead”
As of right now I will attempt to read this book It's not a big deal until you look at it like this: Yes, that is 382 pages of text, no pictures or drawings. It is the longest book I've tried to read since the accident six years ago and it looks a little intimidating … Continue reading That’s a long book
I've been told many times to write things down so I will remember them like for example making a list of what I need from the pharmacy or what I need to tell my doctor. I don't need help with motivation to do things, I need to remember to do them. Sometimes I can't even … Continue reading My to-do lists
I spent all day at home with my dogs, so I decided to finish the online course I had already started on Udemy. It was supposed to take me a few hours to finish but I didn't have time the day I began and kept putting it off until today I saw an open window … Continue reading I got a certificate!
Remember that new job I talked about a month ago? Yes, the one as a blogger. Well that job is still going on and the first post was posted yesterday on LinkedIn. This post already has several views and likes, which makes me very happy. Seeing that my writing gets any response at all just … Continue reading First post for my new job
At the beginning of the year I talked about a few things a needed to fix in 2018, one of which was getting a job. I did start off the year with a job as a tutor for kids in elementary school but I wanted something more, something that helped me practice what I worked … Continue reading New job as a blogger!
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Two years ago Unstoppable María started to grow, trying to reach a larger audience. Find un, friend us We were still pretty new to the blogging world but t decided to try to also navigate the web outside of WordPress, reaching places like Facebook, Twitter and even YouTube, among others. It was a lot of … Continue reading Growing on Pinterest
Since I started my new job, tutoring, I have left writing my book aside. I did not do that consciously, I just noticed on my visit to the psychiatrist this week. I sent what I had done since I got another idea about how to write it but, I haven't done much with it and … Continue reading Can’t keep getting distracted
On December 2, 2016 I wrote about not having a job this Christmas in a post called Christmas without a job. I tried all year to not end the year without a job, but I'm sad to say I had no luck. What's even sadder is that this year I never had a job, unlike … Continue reading Come on Unstoppable María!
There was no better way to welcome the Christmas season than going to the movies and watching a Christmas movie. So this is what we did yesterday, after Thanksgiving lunch, we went to the movies to watch this year's Christmas movie, The man who invented Christmas. This movie tells the story of Charles Dickens as … Continue reading The man who invented Christmas
I am still job searching, now there is more need than before but I think now the chances of getting a job in Puerto Rico are very small. I am still looking for freelance work and my portfolio is available right here on my blog. You can find it here, Writing Portfolio. I would love to … Continue reading Still looking for a job
This week, during her brief visit to Puerto Rico, our friend Irma didn't cause nearly as much damage as we all expected, as I mentioned in my previous post. The main problem that most of us felt was the loss of power in houses and businesses. This wasn't the case for everyone but more than … Continue reading The things we take for granted
I think I got inspiration to write a few short stories. Well I don't think, I wrote one today and I have ideas for a few more, all I need to do keep this going tomorrow, not forget and do not quit. I also have to edit the first one. I'm hope I'm not putting … Continue reading Short Stories