I finally did it, I wrote Cookie’s birth story! It’s a raw and emotional post but I think there wasn’t other ways to write it and describe it. My whole labor experience was as unique as my pregnancy but I LOVE the result. Read it all here.
I think it’s time to tell you about my first challenge as a mom-to-be and Cookie’s gender is revealed in a non-cute traditional way. My story about how we found out and what it means to us as a family.
Dealing with anxiety and depression can feel daunting, especially at work, boy do I know it! Here are a few tips that helped me getting through and cope. From little acts of selfcare on a daily basis to getting help whenever I needed it, I feel like dealing with my symptoms is getting a bit easier at the office.
Pregnancy Update #1: first trimester situations from craving, working out routines and fears. But also a little intro of how we got to this after my PCOS diagnosis. I’m sharing the stuff I’ve learned about my current situation and the things that scare me the most. Also an update about shopping.
Baby Fig is on its way: We’re celebrating Father’s Day today with this piece of news: Jorge and I are expecting our first baby later this year! Our little family of 2 humans and a dog just became bigger!
What would you do if you weren't afraid? Would you go out and say something you're too scared to say? Would you change something radically? Fear isn't a motivator all the time, it's a restrainer. Here are some stories (including my own) of how fear changed everything and these might end up completely different.
When something ends, I need to see the final curtain, the adieu, the last sentence to close the book, no stones left unturned. It's a thing for me, in order to move on I cannot leave things unfinished because I will overthink about it and it'll slowly drive me mad (er). Read more about my obsessive need for closure on #metheoverthinker.
What I've learned in 8 years of marriage and my perspective about being a couple. While our story is my FAVORITE love story, our marriage isn't perfect but there are so many wonderful things about being in this craziness together. 8 years and never stopping.
Recapping my first month without shopping (meltdowns and crying included) and how I'm feeling about the upcoming months, the change of season and the new outlook I have about getting dressed every week.
Overthinker series presents: Have you ever been jealous of the people who don't give a fuck? I'm learning how to be in change of the fucks I give because you know what? I'm a prostitute of feelings -and I haven't been able to stop my roll.
Are you an overthinker? How are you doing in the love department? Have you ever felt like you're not good enough it doesn't matter how nice and loving you are? Yeah, me too. This post is about that, how to love (and to be loved) when you're an overthinker with self-love issues and, I'm sharing a painful story of how I stopped loving myself because I devoted my love to someone else.
I felt the need to talk about this, after seeing #MeToo in every other post on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, I'm enraged and hurt. I feel for the victims of this situation and needed to share how it has affected me. Sexual harassment is never okay but if you need to come forward, I'm here for you. I believe you. You are not alone.
When you break up with a friend, how can you deal with the loss? I'm currently experiencing losing one of my friends and it's really hurting me, so I took it upon myself to write about it and deal with the situation the only way I know how: writing about it. Listening to my therapist and boxing.
I've been asked this question a lot, how can you manage your daily life and do everything you have to and want to do? Well, this is my answer I wrote a guide to help me and you navigate this adulting situation. It's not easy but we're in this together.
Fighting the fear to bare my flaws, rocking a crop top for the first time and how I decided to learn how to love the body I have right now. Plus this outfit is less than $50 from ASOS, so this post is an overall win win.
I'm sharing the struggle and joys of being an extroverted introvert and how I'm dealing with my overall awkwardness. From putting myself out there for the world to see to my urge of canceling plans, all of it concentrated in 5'2 of pure weirdness.
16 years ago I started watching a show that changed my life. Now, I'm 31 years old but these 10 lessons I've learned watching Gilmore Girls still stand and this always be my favorite show. So, oy with the poodles already!
I'm writing late at night, after making a home cooked meal and going to the gym but before all of this, I worked all day. I'm exhausted, and I don't know if I want to have it all anymore. We put so much effort on being perfect and thrive that sometimes forget that we're only human and that it's okay to be happy with what we have.