Below is a short essay I wrote around 2016. It perfectly describes how I have felt these past few weeks. Ideas about ideas “A wise friend recently told me that whenever I felt my mind too crowded with ideas or thoughts, I should just write the ideas down. This advice got me thinking about dealingContinue reading “Ideas about Ideas”
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Dear Fearless Reader, Thank you in advance.
Dear Fearless Reader, Thank you. Thank you, because you have chosen to let a piece of my soul in your life. Thank you for wanting to read my book, and thank you for choosing to. I want to thank your eyes, in advance, because they will be the ones to see the words I haveContinue reading “Dear Fearless Reader, Thank you in advance.”
Book Title Reveal !
Why Fearless? I am extremely passionate about the self-empowerment-especially for women-that comes with overcoming fears. I really-really- wanted to write about this! For the past five years, the question-“what would I do if I weren’t afraid?” has been one of my guiding lights. And I wanted to share my ideas and perspectives about the immeasurableContinue reading “Book Title Reveal !”
Em’s Extras February 21st, 2020
I have been hooked recently with these emotional and insightful conversations between Oprah and her guest speakers. The interviews touch upon realizations, living a fulfilling life, mental health, self-love, making a difference, amongst other inspiring topics. These conversations are part of Oprah’s 2020 Vision Tour. Below my favorites so far, but to be fair everyoneContinue reading “Em’s Extras February 21st, 2020”
About opinions and giving your best… (Part I)
A little over a year ago, while having a girl’s night with my friends, my mind got sidetracked from the actual conversation and had the following realization. “There are some topics within the vast array of universal, essential, and transcendental world issues that demand not just an opinion; but a well-thought, informed, deeply reflected eloquentContinue reading “About opinions and giving your best… (Part I)”
Em’s Extras January 17th, 2020.
Recently one of my best and wisest friends shared with me her daily affirmations. I am a note-taker by heart, and I love quotes. I am always noting down words or phrases that inspire me or underlining sentences in books. I have been doing this since forever but never with a further intention other thanContinue reading “Em’s Extras January 17th, 2020.”
Letter to a Remarkable Woman
This post is dedicated to all of the remarkable women out there, trying their best. To all of you, who day after day pour your heart and soul to your families, to your friends, to your jobs, and to your dreams. Hope this makes you smile. Dearest, Your strength is extraordinary.Your presence astonishing in soContinue reading “Letter to a Remarkable Woman”
Winter in Copenhagen is giving me the flow…
Yes, you read that right. Not the flu, the flow. Winter in Copenhagen has what one would call a bad reputation, but so far, it is treating me well. It is treating my book well. Writing has been flowing in the past few days.It feels as if I am finally writing at a steady pace.WordsContinue reading “Winter in Copenhagen is giving me the flow…”
Em’s Extras January 3rd, 2020
Sharing 3 extra-interesting things I discovered or re-discovered this first week of the year: Daniel Habif’s Instagram account: This is mainly for my Spanish-speaking readers, @danielhabif has extra interesting and extra inspirational quotes. He is a writer and public speaker with an extraordinary story. https://www.instagram.com/danielhabif/ Barack Obama’s Reading List: Go to @barackobama on Instagram toContinue reading “Em’s Extras January 3rd, 2020”
Keep Calm and Write On! Part 3/3
I woke up extra early on December 30th and wrote down in a fresh new notebook, my 2020 goals. For the past 5 years, I have listed my goals into these categories: 1) Mental and Spiritual Health, 2) Physical Health, 3) Family 4) Work & Career, 5) Books & Travel. Even though I absolutely loveContinue reading “Keep Calm and Write On! Part 3/3”