Friday, February 24, 2017

Popsugar Reading Challenge 2017


Hello, everyone!

Yes, I know I haven’t posted anything since early December, and yes, I’m aware that I promised to be active and I wasn’t. But today I decided I’ll get back into blogging.

I won’t have a blogging schedule, since that only puts pressure on me to deliver new posts every certain day. I’ll blog only when I’m in the mood, or have the time, or have the content or all of them at once. Luckily, in about two weeks I’ll be finishing this Uni semester, so I’ll have plenty of time to create new content.

Now, let’s get on with this post!

I know I’m a bit late for posting this challenge, but I just got around reading it and I’m going to try and complete it! Well, I might not actually complete it, if I’m honest. I mean, there are 40 books on the list and I might only get around to reading 20 books in total during this year. But I’ll try!

Friday, December 2, 2016

A Christmas Tag | Blogmas Day 2


On the second day of Blogmas
the blogger shared with you:
A Christmas Tag,And a Christmas To-Do list.

Hello, everyone!

Last year I did a different version of the Christmas Tag and this year I’m going to be answering other questions I found over at Imogen’s blog, Imogen’s Typewriter.

Feel free to copy and paste the tag questions, and fill them in yourselves. I’d love to see your answers!

Thursday, December 1, 2016

My Christmas To-Do List | Blogmas Day 1


… And the countdown beings! 🎄🎅

Can you believe it’s the 1st of December already!? I certainly can’t. Time seems to pass by faster every year!

This year, I’ve decided to do Blogmas! “What is Blogmas?”, you may ask. Well, it’s a blogging feature where you have to share (or try to) a new blog post every day from December 1st to December 25th. These posts, of course, have to be Christmas themed.

Today I’m sharing with you my very first Blogmas post ever! And it’s a short list about what I’m planning to do during this holiday season.

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Cuenca, Ecuador | 2016

Park Abdón Calderón and the New Cathedral behind it.

Hello, everyone!

A couple of weeks ago, my family and I went to the beautiful city of Cuenca, in the Highland of Ecuador. And what a better day to share my post about that trip than today: the day of Cuenca’s Independence.

Sunday, October 30, 2016

Joyful Sundays #10


Hello, everyone!

My second week of Uni is over and, even though I had some blue days, there were also many things that illuminated my days!

I think that, whenever life gets tough, we need to focus more on the positive things, don’t you agree? Even if it’s just that you listened to your favorite song on repeat or that you finally ate something you’ve been craving for a long time. It’s the little things that we should also learn to enjoy.

Saturday, October 29, 2016

October Book Haul


Hello, everyone!

Today I’m sharing with you my October book haul, which only includes two books. Yeah, I haven’t bought many books this month… But, hey! At least my wallet is thankful for that!

Thursday, October 27, 2016

My Favorite Disney Channel Halloween Movies

Hello, everyone!

With Halloween just around the corner, I can’t stop thinking about all these Halloween movies I used to watch when I was a kid. I remember I even got scared while watching Hocus Pocus, can you believe that!?

But easily-scared Salha is long gone, and now I can watch actual scary movies without even flinching *feels proud*. Well… That can be a bit creepy depending on how you feel about scary movies haha.

Aaanyway, here are some of my favorite Disney Channel Halloween movies!

1.- Halloweentown


After 13-year-old Marnie fights with her mom about not being allowed to celebrate Halloween for unknown reasons, her grandmother, who she rarely gets to see, arrives for her annual visit on Halloween night. But when Marnie overhears her grandmother and mother talking about the fact that she's a witch, she and her siblings follow their grandmother to her bus headed for Halloweentown. After their arrival, they show up at their grandmother's house and try and help her solve the mysterious disappearances that have happened recently. They come to find that Halloweentown's mayor, Kalabar, is responsible, and they use their powers (along with their mother's, who eventually comes to her senses) to defeat him.

I remember I used to watch this film over and over, and I imagined how cool it would be to have a witch grandma like Aggie.

Sunday, October 23, 2016

Joyful Sundays #9



Hello, everyone!

My apologies for not posting a Joyful Sundays last week. It was my last week of vacation and I was super busy with signing up for classes and all that stuff. There was a problem with the registering system and now my Uni schedule is awful haha

That being said, today’s Joyful Sunday will feature the things that brought me joy during the past two weeks.

These are the things that brought me lots of joy during these past two weeks:


1.- I began reading All The Light We Cannot See, by Anthony Doerr. This is the biggest book on my shelves! My friend and I call it “The Monster” *laughs*. I’m still reading it, and I’m really enjoying it.


2.- Re-arranging family photo-albums. I have in my possession two huge crates filled with photos, and we also have a lot of albums in my house. My plan was to re-arrange them all and see if we need more albums, but I kind of failed at it and ended up just smiling at the pictures and remembering the moments.


3.- Baking strawberry-filled chocolate cupcakes! According to the judges (a.k.a my parents), they were delicious, but they didn’t look like I wanted them to look. Maybe it was because I mixed the strawberries with sugar, and that caused them to turn into some kind of jelly. I’ll make them again, and share the recipe with you, guys!