Born in Colombia. Living in Woodinville, WA. I love fiction and enjoy both horror and humor; or death and life, however you want to take it.
Don't worry about a thing
- Alright, my dear amigos, first things first, let's not lose our "cool": I know this wasn't part of the plan, so you don't have to remind me that our excursion was supposed to head to the beach of Taganga and, due to the pilot's two bottles of rum last night, causing the plane to crash-land on the peak of Cristóbal Colón in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta of Colombia, here we are. But, don't worry. The beach is just a few miles away, and nobody's going to ruin this summer. With the right attitude and positive vibes, we'll make the most of it while we wait for rescue, comprende?
More than love
Valentine's Day has its inner flame. It's incredible that a simple saint (and I don't mean to sound sarcastic, seriously!) can produce so much love in the world, transformed into different forms, ironies and plagiarisms. While you're busy scouring the internet for chocolate and flower deals, let's take a tour of love traditions and curiosities around the world.
More than friends?
The issue could lead to teasing for some in their 20s. It's a fact that our post-modern era has allowed relationships, including those between opposite sexes, to enter a fantastic normalization surrounded by a new scenario. But as always... sometimes those innocent and affectionate friends start entering territories where friendship takes a back seat.
Assertiveness Unleashed: Brewing Confidence in life and Navigating Workplace Dynamics
Assertiveness in life is like good coffee on a Monday morning. It wakes you up, keeps you alert, but too much can be detrimental. Being assertive is about expressing your opinions, needs, and boundaries with respect. It's about stopping yourself from "swallowing" your discomforts and being able to externalize them without attacking others.
- Top Story - December 2023
Santaphobia Uncovered: Unraveling the Fear of Santa ClausTop Story - December 2023
Christmas has arrived. We're all excited to see Santa, exchange gifts, and spread holiday joy. But for some people, especially young children, this season is filled with fear, anxiety, and the dread of encountering the famous man dressed in red in person. This fear is known as Santaphobia.
The Love from the Other Threshold.
I spoke with a man who knows about the afterlife a few weeks ago in Havana, and he told me that there are beings who, when they die, don't leave. When the door through which our energy is supposed to depart opens, some refuse to take the step because they can't let go of material things or still can't believe they've died. And they stay. They stay here, wandering.