3 Efficient Tips on How to deal with stress when we feel burned out…

We all feel like professional jugglers, however, we know deep inside we will not be joining the Circus anytime soon… we are professional jugglers that are yet to perfect the art of juggling, we just keep dropping our tasks on the floor. We feel at times we are enclosed on a bubble (unbreakable bubble byContinue reading “3 Efficient Tips on How to deal with stress when we feel burned out…”

6 Tips on how to support your kids in school…

It is usual for us parents to have high expectations for our kids at school. I have always said to my kids over and over that their main responsibility is to study and do their best at school. I, as a parent, expect my kids to help around the house and clean their rooms, andContinue reading “6 Tips on how to support your kids in school…”

Summer Lessons and Back to School Daze

My two boys have been going to Panama (where I was born) since they were 1 year-old.  They will always go for 5 to 6 weeks depending on my parents (they stay with them while in Panama), and my plans for the summer.   Last summer, it was the first time in 13 years thatContinue reading “Summer Lessons and Back to School Daze”

Book Review: Decoding “Despacito”: An Oral History of Latin Music by Leila Cobo

This post has my personal opinion and you are invited to provide any comments at the end. How I got the book? I heard about this book in the Podcast “All The Books” a Podcast from Book Riot which is a weekly book podcast of recommendations and discussions about the most interesting and exciting newContinue reading “Book Review: Decoding “Despacito”: An Oral History of Latin Music by Leila Cobo”

Book Review: The Air You Breath by Frances de Pontes Peebles

This post has my personal opinion and you are invited to provide any comments at the end. How I got the book? This book was chosen by one of my Book Clubs. It is my first book with a Book Club and I cannot be happier with the selection because I am almost sure IContinue reading “Book Review: The Air You Breath by Frances de Pontes Peebles”

How to help yourself reach that unreachable goal

As good as it feels to reach a goal that we have set up for us, it can be very disturbing when we see goals that we have not yet reached. When we realize that we are not reaching the goal on time (or at all), the enthusiasm and inspiration slowly disappear, leaving us wonderingContinue reading “How to help yourself reach that unreachable goal”

Book Review: The Vine Witch by Luanne G. Smith

This blog has my personal opinion and you are invited to provide any comments at the end of the blog. How I got the book? I got this book while browsing the Kindle app when looking for a fun and light read on a late Friday night. I must confess I am not really goodContinue reading “Book Review: The Vine Witch by Luanne G. Smith”

5 Tips on how to avoid Self-Sabotage!

The road to self-improvement is mostly marked by reaching goals, it can be small goals or big goals, daily, weekly, monthly, or even yearly goals.  It can be a shared goal or a personal goal, from reading more books to losing weight there is always a goal to reach on our road to better ourselves.Continue reading “5 Tips on how to avoid Self-Sabotage!”

4 Tips effective tips to boost your mood when feeling depleted

Get outdoors! Very simple, but oh so effective.  Going outdoors does not necessarily mean that we need to gear up to make a 1 hr walk around the neighborhood (although if you can EXCELLENT!), it can also be just sitting on the bench outside watching cars to drive by or like in my case, justContinue reading “4 Tips effective tips to boost your mood when feeling depleted”

Book Review: The Invisible life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab

This blog has my personal opinion and you are invited to provide any comments at the end of the blog. Summary: I got this book as a recommendation in several Podcast. From the moment I heard about my curiosity sparked and I gifted it to myself on Christmas. It had been a while seems IContinue reading “Book Review: The Invisible life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab”