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Building-up Resilience

Published by Elisa Coleclough on October 20th, 2017 in Motivation | No Comments »


Resilience is basically the capacity to get back on your feet after “something” or “someone” has let you down. Recovering quickly is essential, to people and to companies. Let us focus on the people side. Being resilient spares you great emotional cost, not only to you but those around you too.   “Nothing in life […]

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, […]

Earthquake: lessons learned

Published by Elisa Coleclough on September 27th, 2017 in Thoughts | No Comments »


I wanted to share some thoughts on my earthquakes experience. As you may have already heard in the news, about week ago an earthquake took place in Mexico City. Many buildings shattered into pieces, human lives were lost and economic loss is massive as well. That earthquake took place exactly on the 19th of September, […]

From north to south

Published by Elisa Coleclough on August 27th, 2017 in Thoughts | No Comments »


When I decided to move to Argentina, I never knew how many things I would face along the way. The simple fact of moving from one place to the other brings us out of our comfort zone. Even more so, the fact to move to another country. It is a very complex subject, and I […]

Dreams are like clouds

Published by Elisa Coleclough on August 23rd, 2017 in Thoughts | No Comments »


As I am travelling on this airplane, it gets back into my head that saying that goes: “Every cloud has a silver lining”.  I start to ponder on my appreciation that dreams are like clouds, you can see them high above, but you cannot touch them, physics, and mathematics confirm they do exist. You can […]

My 5 points of good bosses.

Published by Elisa Coleclough on August 19th, 2017 in Thoughts | No Comments »

good leaders

A couple of nights ago I was watching the comedy film titled “Horrible Bosses”, my friends and I were discussing the fact that some bosses leave terrible impressions, but some others really inspired us. Although good ones are rare, they do exist, and I had the opportunity to work with some. So, I decided it […]

Cuencos Tibetanos: Un Viaje de Sonido

Published by Vero Benitez on July 23rd, 2017 in Spirituality | No Comments »

cuencos tibetanos

Viaje de sonido, serie Fibonacci, Hz, vibración, sonido, Tíbet, cuencos, hermetismo, terapia, energía, chakras, desbloqueo, sanación… ¿qué? Vos anda y después contame, dijo Mirtha. Y yo fuí…   Así comenzó mi camino de sanación y de sanadora. Allá por el 2013 caí en una gran depresión; un matrimonio gastado, un marido con exabruptos, miedo, la […]

Millennials: teaming up with the future.

Published by Elisa Coleclough on July 6th, 2017 in Motivation | No Comments »


I am from generation X, so it means I am encountering the millennials in their first jobs. At the beginning I have to admit it, it was different working with them, they seem to be very active, and are 100% technology connected, their scale of job commitment and satisfaction is entirely different to mine. However, […]