Who am I? Great question! Since I am in constant evolution, I don’t think I will ever know myself completely. I’m too complicated, sensitive and eclectic, but utterly unique. I’m a bicultural, bilingual Latina mother who loves her children, husband and family with my entire being. I adore sunsets and hate chamomile tea, just like I can’t stand fake people. I know I have a special eye when it comes to finding typos yet sometimes I become blind to my own mistakes.
I’m thankful for my life and am a strong believer in education and hard work. I think every setback brings a new opportunity, either to learn or just to get up again. I’ve fallen many times, but I’ve never failed to get up. I stand up again with renewed strength, determined to move forward, armed with more humility because I know I have much to learn and a long way to go.
I thank my parents for raising me bilingual and allowing me to love two countries: the United States (where I was born) and Chile (where I grew up). I thank my children for teaching me patience, what really matters in life and above all, love without limits or conditions.
Perhaps it is easier to tell you what I do rather than who I am. I love helping others and writing, so having my blog is a dream for me. Through it I can help others with my words, sharing experiences and my voice. I’m just another working mom, running from one place to another trying to be there for everybody without forgetting about my own needs. I travel a lot, which I love, but too often I don’t see much of the cities I visit. That’s why I treasure those stolen minutes in which I stroll around New York City, see my friends in Los Angeles or I take a selfie in front of the White House. Life is made of moments, and even if they’re too brief or don’t follow our plans, I enjoy what I can to the fullest.
I hope you like my bilingual blog Hispana Global. And if you don’t, you can tell me, because I’m always looking for ways to improve. Feel free to email me at info at hispanaglobal dot com, follow me on Twitter or contact me via LinkedIn.
Trust me, I know I’m not perfect, but I do try my best and have the upmost respect for other people’s opinions. That is, unless they disrespect me. Because I do have a bit of a temper, especially when I see intolerance, racism or aggression. However, I suspect you wouldn’t be here reading this if you were searching for controversy or conflict, so I have high hopes that we’ll get along just fine.
I look forward to getting to know you better!
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