Things I’ve learned about myself while in quarantine

1. I absolutely CAN live on beans and rice. I grew up on those as basically the staples of my nutrition and it's still the tried and true go-to for me. There was a long time when I was on my own that I didn't have time for making food, and when I did I... Continue Reading →

There is no spice in Spain

Growing up so close to Mexico, I have had the opportunity in my life to have my feet in two different cultures at the same time. I have my American holidays and I have my Mexican ones. I get to mix and match and explore different aspects of both cultures. For me, I never thought... Continue Reading →

I’ve Been Approved!

I don't know why I thought it would take me up until the Friday before my flight, but it literally only took me 9 days to get the email that my visa was ready to be picked up. I got the email at like 4pm and the Houston Consulate closes at like noon or something,... Continue Reading →

My Trip To The Spanish Consulate (Houston)

I have a tendency to overthink everything. If I have an appointment for something that I've never done before, I get worried and my coping mechanism is scouring the internet for literally ANY mention of of someone else's experience and try to make some kind of expectation for my own upcoming appointment. This is EXACTLY... Continue Reading →

My layover is only 2 hours

In that time, I'm supposed to get off the plane from IAH to IAD and then run to baggage claim, get my big purple luggage that will be filled with everything in the world that I own, and then run back to check-in to get on my next leg of the trip which will be... Continue Reading →

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