Sunday, January 19, 2014

New Year, New Goal

One of my resolutions for this year is to write more often on this blog, at least once a week. I talked to my brother about writing a blog, and I told him that I stop writing because it was not perfect or good. His response? “Do it anyways”. And he is right, I should do it regardless.
I have many ideas for future posts and things I want to write about, but first, I just want to wish you all a happy new year (even if it’s already the 19th of January). May all your dreams come true this year and I hope you enjoy this blog as much as I do when I write.
Neshikot Chamot everyone!

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

The Fault and Alaska

          It’s been a while since I last posted something here! I been crazy busy, and to be sincere, I kind of forgot about this blog. Maybe it was the lack of inspiration, writers block or that I am not at home. But anyhow, I am here to talk about two amazing books I just read, both by John Green.

           I was in the airport with my parents, and I know my dad loves Gourmet Magazines, so I went to a newsstand to buy him his magazines. When I was there I saw “The Fault in Our Stars” and I bought it. I didn’t know what it was about, who John Green was, or if the book was any good. I just read on Pinterest that it was a good book so I wanted to give it a try. I devored it! Hazel is a girl with lung problems, and she fells for Augustus, a boy –gorgerous boy- who suffers from osteosarcoma . The love story is great, and it starts from the beginning. You will cry and laugh with this book, you will love and hate the characters, and you will found yourself asking “Okay?” more than once.

            While reading TFIOS, I thought a lot about a friend (how do you call a person with who you are in a flirtationship with?). Whenever we want to talk to each other by text, we send a little ghost, the emoticon, and we know that is out way of saying hi, hello, sorry, or whatever. It’s our “Okay”.

            When I was almost finishing TFIOS, I bought “Looking for Alaska”. At first I thought it was boring, I didn’t understood much, and then, without I realized, I was almost reaching the “after” part. It was so easy to read after a few pages, and I felt as a character, someone who was there living the novel, not just a reader. Alaska is a crazy girl that somehow I can relate to. I say what is on my mind and I fight for the right things. About death and cigarrets? I am the opposite of Alaska Young.

         When I read the description of Pudge, I thought of my flirt-partner. Almost the same description and they act kind of the same. Except my Pudge is a great flirter.  I don’t know if John Green has a way of making me feel related to his books somehow, but he is sure doing a great job!
Neshikot Chamot Everyone!

Wednesday, August 28, 2013


My friend was shocked when I told her that my dad and I watched “Orange Is the New Black” together.  She was even more surprised when I told her that my brother was the one who told us to watch it.  Watching sex scenes when your parents are in the same room is something must teens want to avoid, now imagine lesbian sex scenes.

Even if at times it was awkward to watch that –and with my dad!- we couldn’t stop watching it! The show is addictive, the plot is amazing and it’s just amazing how interesting the show is.

Pipper Chapman is a normal girl who falls in love with a girl, who ask Pipper to help her do some nasty business. Pipper is sent to prison for 14 months, where she has to learn how to stand for herself, and that everyone has a different story.

Each character is so well written, and the actresses do a flawless performance.  Nicky, Red, Mrs. Claudette, Alex, every single character has her own way of being, each of them has a background, that  we learn a little part of each convicts’ story, along with Chapman’s, in each episode

Season 2 has already been announced, and seriously, I’m super excited! My dad and I promise that I will watch it with him, when I get back from college next year. Hey, we started this together, we are going to finish it together!
Neshikot Chamot Everyone!

Thursday, August 8, 2013


I know how I have written motivation post, healthy snacks ideas and ways to lose weight (changing your habits). But last week I realize that I really don’t want to lose weight. I mean, yes, I want a fit body and I want to be able to rock a swimsuit, but the reality, is that we need confidence in ourselves.

Last week I went to a vacation trip with my friends, and we went to a club (legal age is 18 at that place, my friends), where I dance a lot. One day I was dancing and a guy who was probably 20 came from behind and dance with me, while he moved his hands to my belly. I found that odd, and ask my friend’s older –and super hot- brother what was that, why a boy will put his hands in my belly? His response was simple yet satisfying: “we like to grab something. Hot doesn’t mean skinny, sexiness comes from confidence”

When I wrote my motivation post, I said that I have a picture of a cute guy so I can get motivation, when in reality, I wont change for a guy. If I will lose weight, I will do it for me, to be healthier. I will stil skip ketchup and I will drink my tea because I like how my body feels now. Im confident in it, I love my body, and everybody else should too.

“Sexiness comes from confidence”- Kevin H.

Neshikot Chamot Everyone!

Sunday, August 4, 2013

A meaning

I should be writing more.  I should have something to write about, but I have nothing. A while ago I was looking at my blog, and I read almost every post, and I realize that everytime my writing was worse, as if I was writing just to have more posts, instead of trying to improve my writing skills. I love to write, I find it therapeutic, and it’s the career I chosen to study.

I want to give this blog a twist, give it some meaning. Make it more a growing process than just getting tons of people on my blog.

Neshikot Chamot Everyone!

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Dizney Dudez

I found this video on Pinterest, yes, Pinterest! How weird huh? And no, this won’t be a video reaction because I simply loved it and since I’m a very good person I want to share it

Neshikot Chamot Everyone!

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Monsters University

I finished High School last Friday, my graduation is in less than a month ( school thing, graduation is a month after we actually finish school) and I just got depressed thanks to Monsters University, not because it was a bad movie, but because it was more than awesome!

I’m pretty sure I have already said it, but Monsters Inc came put when I was 6, and I remember perfectly that I dressed up as Boo in Halloween that same year. I even had the little stuffed monster she stole from Mike that my nana made from scratch –I have to look for that thing, is somewhere in my room-. Since I was 6, I was waiting for another Monters movie, and yes, even if I was scared of monsters coming out of my closet to scare me, I loved, and still do, that movie.

Today, after almost 12 years, I went to see the monsters of my childhood go to college. The most sad thing? I’m about to go to college to, well, after a gap year of course. But the fact that Sully and Mike are going to college at the same time I’m filling applications and doing my work to get in college, is kind of sad. Not lame, pathetic kind of sad, but an i-grew-up-too-quickly kind of sad.

Neshikot Chamot Everyone!

PS: read my other post about Monsters University, and enjoy the amazing web page they created!