Cee’s Odd Ball Photography Challenge: What is this creature out front the restaurant in Tokyo? I love to travel the world with my son. It is a pure delight that luckily has never filled me with anxiety. He has been traveling from a very young age and […]
I love to travel, try new foods (both simple and "exotic"), ingest caffeine, and watch political news coverage. Im a big pop culture junkie who isnt afraid to say she loves "In Touch" Magazine! A social marketing expert and psychologist by training who works in the public health field trying to bring a little common sense to it all.
All the world is my television and I like to provide commentary on it.
Summertime Sadness: I hope not as I take my son on some world travels Last year, the summer came and went by so quickly. It was all one big dark blur. It started off sunny and full of opportunities and ended in a frenzy of worry where […]
Creativity in pranks, viruses and retaliation The past week has been one of high hijinks and wacky pronouncements. April Fool’s day is a day when we can all tap into our creativity well and dig out some nifty tricks. Google tried out a silly Pokemon April Fool’s […]
All my little four year old boy could do for the first two weeks in June was sing: Hands up, baby, hands up, Gimme your heart, gimme, gimme your heart Gimme gimme Hands up, baby, hands up, Gimme your heart, gimme, gimme your heart Gimme gimme All […]
Leaving Las Vegas: Keeping oneself Hydrated, Sane and Afloat in Cash Leaving Las Vegas with one’s sanity and wallet intact can be a hard proposition for many. I have been to Las Vegas a few times on both personal and business trips and I often leave wondering how […]
Potential, patience, plumsauce fairies and piccadillies in a winter and boy’s wonderland I was about 6 months pregnant and was eager to finish the house-buying process. Trying to buy a house in New York in the summer while pregnant is a bit of an uncomfortable undertaking. Getting about […]
Reversing the Black Keys: Rhode Scholar I was Not In junior high school I used to be in the school band. I couldn’t dance and while I made pretenses of singing at home, I wasn’t much of a singer. I, like many other Puerto Ricans in the […]
The psychology of when friendships go bad in the workplace When I worked at my first job after college, I was still learning about myself, my ideals and my realities. I was learning about what it meant to be an employee. I was a bit arrogant as I […]
The Best Moment Award: Living for the Now and for mom’s penguin stories As we grow older, we naturally have more memories to look back upon. We naturally have more moments that we may wish to erase or relive. I was nominated for a WordPress Best Moments Award […]
March is driving me crazy: Laguardia, Wrestlemania and Selena on my mind as winter draws to its final end
March and Mother Nature are Playing Tricks on Me Laguardia, Wrestlemania and Selena on my mind as winter draws to its final end The month of March has been winding down ever the more slowly. February went by in a flash, but March has been a bit of […]