I was born and raised in Paraguay by a very executive, feminist, spiritual single mother and a simple, humble grandmother. Drawn by my child curiosity and the urge to express all my feelings my whole upbringing was a mix of outdoors adventures, trying all types of sports and experiencing art in dancing, acting and painting.
I considered myself being a very happy teenager but I was also raised to be a tough woman. In reality I was feeling a lot of pressure of being approved and to “be somebody”.
All this led to me becoming bulimic. I know, no good...I was modeling at that time, the people’s approval was my fuel and much more important than the harm I was doing to myself.
My honest diary
This blog started because recently I had vocal cords surgery. After recovering for 3 weeks in absolute silence, I started feeling this urge to speak up. I appreciated the importance of having a voice. Written or spoken, there’s always a place to speak up about who you are! Might be scary but beyond the fear, there’s more freedom! I just got tired of having to show what people want to see of me instead of showing those things that I am proud of being and was scared to share. Not anymore! Thank you for reading! BIENVENIDOS!!!
YOGA IS THE CONVERSATION WITH MY BODY
Since I was a kid I remember being a very curious and physical active kid. Climbing trees, running around the house, I can’t even explain the excitement of practicing volleyball, tennis, track and field and my biggest love dancing. Nothing in this world, besides food, could make me feel as alive as practicing a sport and moving my body. The adrenaline and endorphins were always my best friends.
Everything you have to say is very important to me and I will answer it personally.