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Dreams are like clouds

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

dreams

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 »

leadership

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, […]

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 […]

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: […]

Carpe Diem

Published by Marian Nunez on June 18th, 2017 in Lifestyle | No Comments »

Carpe Diem

Hola a todos!. Gracias Eli por invitarme a escribir en tu página. Me presento!, Soy Mariana Nuñez, artista plastica, lic en artes visuales. Madre de Róman y Bárbara. Vernácula de esta Ciudad. .Vegana, amante de los deportes, natación y bicicleta. El arte en mi vida representa un refugio , un tiempo que uso para conectarme […]

Shelter your vibe

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

vibe

I believe that we are energy, and all the magnetic fields that we generate around us either attract the good things or the bad things. Has it ever happened to you that on a happy day something unbelievable and highly-unlikely suddenly occurs? And you do not even know how it happened. All the forces came […]

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 […]

Becoming a Minimalist

Published by Elisa Coleclough on May 22nd, 2017 in Thoughts | No Comments »

Becoming a Minimalist

Earlier this year, I realized two things. I had a closet full of stuff and I was always using the same items. Something had to change in the way I kept and used my clothes (including shoes). After having analyzed the type of items I kept, I categorized them into 5: sports, work, leisure, home […]