Mi Amor, Boca Juniors

Remembering The Words For Love While working on my newest story, I found myself having issues putting into words my love for the most beautiful sport in the world: el fútbol. I was mostly having issues expressing what football means to me—the feeling of being on the pitch, of having the ball at my feet, orContinue reading “Mi Amor, Boca Juniors”

2014, The New Year, And The Dreaded Resolutions: Part II

With life back in the states—now in New York—taking shape and slowly becoming a stable thing, I reflect on the last year and the year to come, and like every other forward-thinking human being, setting goals, I mean, why not, right? Going through 2014, I wanted to break down my favorite things about the year.Continue reading “2014, The New Year, And The Dreaded Resolutions: Part II”

Slight Break from Nahui-Day

Took last week off, need few more weeks to catch up with life. With my recent move to NYC and my constant search for apartments and work, I have been inundated with day-to-day tasks, interview follow-ups, and meetings. Add my birthday into the mix last week, and we got a perfect recipe for a tired and overworkedContinue reading “Slight Break from Nahui-Day”

Random Blog Post #9 – Do Cry For Me Argentina!!!

Arbitrary List of Things I’ll Miss About Argentina Since January I have been living with my grandpa in Tucumán, Argentina. I was born and lived in Argentina until 9-years-old, then moved to the states, Maryland to be exact, and from then on I would visit once a year, for no longer than two weeks at a time.Continue reading “Random Blog Post #9 – Do Cry For Me Argentina!!!”

Craft Exercise #3

Write a 300-word description of your bedroom. Think about the items you have or the other elements of your room that give the best clues about who you are or who you want others to think you are. “What I was really hanging around for, I was trying to feel some kind of a good-by.Continue reading “Craft Exercise #3”

Random Blog Post #7 – My Daily Routine

My daily routine: from the first cup of coffee in the morning, to the last gulp of water at night. A daily routine can be helpful when working on several projects at a time. The structure helps to keep tasks in check, keep your mind working right day-by-day, and even help finish work faster. I can’tContinue reading “Random Blog Post #7 – My Daily Routine”

The Hand of Maradona

Maradona was an idol, now he is a monster. Growing up there were few people I idolized: Paul McCartney, Michelangelo — the Ninja Turtle, not the artist — and none other than the greatest football player in history, the national hero, El Diez, Diego Armando Maradona. Like Paul was a musical god to me, DiegoContinue reading “The Hand of Maradona”