Storytelling

I’m keeping monthly goals. Let me tell you why.

I’m keeping monthly goals, instead of yearly ones. I will tell you why. Photo by Estée Janssens on Unsplash My mom sends me a voice message this morning. She said a guy from her apartment complex was outside, at the parking lot, screaming, that he couldn’t take it anymore, and someone was trying to kill… Continue reading I’m keeping monthly goals. Let me tell you why.

Storytelling

The biggest failures of 2020

We are finally on the last day of the year! And what year 2020 was! This morning I woke up thanking God that we got to this point safely. No big issues with Covid, we managed to have food and shelter, my parents are safe at home in Brazil.  It’s was terrible. I don’t know… Continue reading The biggest failures of 2020

Storytelling

The Golden Ticket.

Dare to try. I'm all in. I spend the first months of quarantine, like most of us, clueless of what was happening. I had no idea of what was going on and at first, the lockdown was supposed to be only for 30 days. What I wasn't counting on was that the government would have… Continue reading The Golden Ticket.

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5 Movies that inspired me to write

Do you have a passion for movies? I do. There is some of it that inspired me heavily to want to pursue screenwriting. First, let me warn you, I'm not a snobbish movie watcher, neither Am I a Rotten Tomatoes evaluator. I know what I like and I'm super ok with my movie choices. I… Continue reading 5 Movies that inspired me to write

Storytelling, Travel

She’s got a dream!

Two weeks ago I headed to Los Angeles for the first time. My husband visited with his brother around 2002 and kept telling how messy it was. I wanted to visit it so bad, for so many years, that I didn't hear a word, I wanted to experience myself. The city where dreams are made… Continue reading She’s got a dream!