Happy Memorial Day Weekend! There is a fine line between hustle and burnout. Last week, I crossed it. Having started my first job ever (full-time) along with taking a class and creating my own organization on campus, a lot of responsibilities arose in my life. Since I love giving 110% in all that I'm doing,… Continue reading How to Have a “Me Time” Weekend
Hello everyone! 🌞 It's officially finals week for me. That means I have three more days filled with study and exams, and then getting ready to go into a crazy and fun road trip for spring break (the anticipation is keeping me going, to be honest). I'm not giving away anything else for now, but… Continue reading Embrace the Duality Within You
This is college life, therefore a lot of work, stress, and doubts might appear. Don't let them get to you, and, most important, if they do get to you, make sure you keep distance from interacting with your friends or family when you are in those mental states. There is no point in projecting your… Continue reading Note to Self
This world that we live in... It's full of mystery, stories, and illusions. Oh and how easy it is to get trapped in all of them! To forget, for a moment or two, about your inner self, your home, your eternal nature. To let this whole drama invade you and mess with your inner peace.… Continue reading Reality Check
Hello beautiful souls reading my blog! Like I said, I am going to post every Sunday, so here we go! I've been doing a lot of mindfulness reading and practice in the past week, and I would like to share with you a super helpful exercise that you can incorporate in your daily lives to… Continue reading What’s Your Pause Button?
It all starts with the moment when, for a second or two, you forget about any worry, plan, or obligation inside your head. It's the moment when all your senses are awake, simply enjoying the given present. You listen to the noises around you, feel your body anchored in the ground, and see the precious… Continue reading The Art of Being
Every year, I like to have what I call a wi-fi detox, which is basically a period of time when I go without internet, usually a couple of days. This year, my detox was different. It turned out to be a social media detox, and it lasted for nearly two weeks. I needed it more… Continue reading Take Time to Disconnect