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Halloween anecdote: UFOs in the sky

Published by Elisa Coleclough on October 8th, 2017 in Fun | No Comments »

fun stories

Before I begin, for many years the anecdote you are about to read was a story that my friends and I would get together and talk about. Eventually, the story simple went forgotten, until a friend, Any brought back it my memory and I decided to include it in the Halloween series.   Once upon […]

The Versatile Blogger Award 2017

Published by Elisa Coleclough on October 1st, 2017 in Lifestyle | No Comments »

versatile blogger award

I was absolutely thrilled to be nominated by Chloepluscoffee to the  Versatile Blogger Award. Drop by Chloe’s page, she’s got great lifestyle content related. Here is also her you tube channel.   For the past 7 months I have embarked in this great adventure that is blogging. I have met amazing gals in who share […]

Halloween anecdotes: the forest

Published by Elisa Coleclough on October 1st, 2017 in Fun | No Comments »

halloween anecdotes

Halloween is approaching and I wanted to share an anecdote regarding this “spooky” time of the year. So here goes my story:   It was about 18 years ago, I got together with my friends and we decided we wanted to do something different for the weekend. As Mexico City is surrounded by some forests, […]

Life is a Game We Play – Anchors to Happiness

Published by Elisa Coleclough on July 23rd, 2017 in Lifestyle | No Comments »

game we play

We do not need to take things so seriously really, but it does not mean be or act irresponsible. The fact to take things in a simple manner is not to become so stressful about goals, standards, instead try to enjoy life and surround ourselves with positivity and humility to keep on learning and teaching […]

5 reasons why I think you should learn Spanish

Published by Elisa Coleclough on July 1st, 2017 in Lifestyle | No Comments »

reasons to learn Spanish

Want to learn something new this summer break? Here 5 reasons why I think you are going to enjoy learning Spanish: Second largely spoken language in the world. 437 million people are native speakers to this language. So if you happen to love travels, you might find it very useful and fun to communicate with […]

Entrevista con la Escritora Mexicana Celia Del Palacio

Published by Elisa Coleclough on June 21st, 2017 in Books | 1 Comment »

Escritora Celia Del Palacio

Hola Celia, muy buenos días y te damos la bienvenida a nuestro blog www.elicoleclough.com y agradecemos el tiempo que nos dedicas para esta entrevista. Te consideramos un ejemplo a seguir en muchos aspectos, mujer, investigadora, doctora, escritora, profesionista, tu trayectoria en el Centro de Estudios de la Cultura y la Comunicación de la Universidad de […]

9 traits my father shaped in my character

Published by Elisa Coleclough on June 19th, 2017 in Motivation | No Comments »

motivation

June is the month of the father, many countries celebrate it and mine is no exception to that rule. So I took this opportunity to actually make a list of all the most important things my dad taught me, and which have actually shaped my character in a positive way. Here are the 9 things: […]

5 fun activities to cheer up your day

Published by Elisa Coleclough on May 29th, 2017 in Motivation | No Comments »

smile happy

Mainly undermined, thinking is a powerful tool; we use it for ideas, and for trivial stuff, but we should never use it for negative things. The way we think shapes out world, and draws the people and opportunities we have, the solutions to the problems, and the challenges that make us grow are also a […]

Adrift Daisy Collaboration

Published by Adrift Daisy UK on May 24th, 2017 in Lifestyle | No Comments »

Adrift Daisy UK

Why I first started blogging I first started blogging in my first year of university for an assignment. I started off easy with a book and film review blog as I was studying English literature and would have plenty of content. Soon I learned that I loved writing, and so kept pushing myself to create […]

4 steps to retake the reading habit

Published by Elisa Coleclough on May 3rd, 2017 in Books | No Comments »

Fortunately, Buenos Aires is a city of readers, here it is common to see people reading on the bus, on the park, in cafes, so watching readers is inspiring to do the same. The truth is that reading is not only a fascinating way of learning, entertainment, mind-traveling, and having fun, but also of keeping […]