Expressing Your Uniqueness… The Challenge Of The Century

I still feel the Hype of this promising rhetoric, that has been sold to us by our “society” in the last decades-express your uniqueness, be yourself! Do not let others define your own desires.  But, for some reason, it seems to me that the more we push this story, the less “authentic” we become. Just…

¿Estamos Perdiendo Nuestra Humanidad?

Cada día se me dificulta más ver las noticias, tener pláticas decentes con la gente. Parece que el menú de la semana siempre es el mismo: Pandemia, guerras, política e ideologías varias, élites mundiales que se juntan en lugares de lujo para hablar sobre “mejorar el planeta”, cambio climático, crisis energética, crisis económicas, en fin….

On The Road To Transformation

Many people believe transformation means chaos and uncertainty, but actually, the real transformation comes from a source of stillness. On my usual jogging trail in my beloved forest, I couldn’t stop admiring the wonderful stream of autumn colors- the colors of transformation: The once summer bright green dominating the trees scenery being transformed into different…

Women And Career: Can We Have It All?

I confess I used to have a romantic idea about my role of being a woman. When I was a young girl, I loved to play with dolls. I dressed them, fed them and made stories about their lives and whereabouts of their days. I took quite intuitively my role of mother and main caregiver…

The Success Mindset, my first book coming soon!

Dear readers, I have been working very hard these past weeks/months. As a mother of two toddlers, working almost full time in my praxis, reading, and of course, writing sometimes is difficult to find some quiet time to catch up. However, I didn’t want to wait any longer to share with you the great news…

My Memories of September 11

What were you doing on September 11, 2001? A day no one forgets. I was attending high school in Houston, Tx. It was a sunny morning. It was a strange coincidence. Precisely on this day and at the time of the event, I was attending my US government class. I remember we were pledging allegiance…

The Illusion of Having a Life on Social Media

It was all fun, when I joined Facebook back in 2007. I was about to graduate from University, so it was a very fascinating tool, to have all your friends in one network. There we could post our party photos, exchange information all sorts of events, and talk to eachother. It was a great place…

¿Cómo Mejorar la Concentración en un Mundo Lleno de Distracciones?

Todos sabemos que es difícil concentrarse en algo últimamente. Es muy raro encontrar tiempos de quietud durante el día en donde puedas enfocarte simplemente en una cosa y no pensar en hacer otras. ¿No te ha pasado, que mientras estás trabajando en un proyecto, ya estás pensando en el que sigue? ¿O quién no está…

Parasitic Ideas that are Killing our Common Sense

The other day I was listening to one of the recent speeches of the newly appointed President Joe Biden. He was doing a speech in an event in Tulsa commemorating the 100th anniversary of the “massacre” that happened in the city where 300 African Americans were killed. One of the highlights of his speech was the…

Chronicles of a Pandemic

It was a warm summer morning, the day I woke up and saw everything very different. From the outside, it all kind of looked the same: The birds were signing, the sun was shining, and the routinely activities of daily life were right there, waiting for me to take action: The kids were hungry and…