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Who I am

I’m an Argentine writer living in the Netherlands since 2003. Growing and grounding my roots like a tree. Here I’m raising my two children on my own.

Every time I keep walking my path, I discover new layers of myself, what I keep, what I let go. What I learn, what I discard. How the world around me, inside of me and outside evolves and I within it.

Living in the Netherlands it has been a huge better change of life for me. I live in the city of Lelystad where I have the opportunity to give my children a better life, surrounded by nature and freedom. I feel much grateful of living in this country and being a Dutch citizen. Because my path has been always challenging it is really important for me to share my gained wisdom with others. In different ways, creative ones mostly; since that is my life path. I’m in search of my true self.

Life is amazing. So much I want to see and enjoy. There’s love, music, friends, hugs, kisses, places, laughs, family, chocolate, art, books, parties and so much more! My aim is to enjoy life to the fullest!








6 thoughts on “Who I am

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  2. Te pasas! ¿Que escribes hermoso? ¿Quién te ha dicho eso? ¡Pero qué barbaridad! Ahora te sientes poetisa. Jajajaja Me estoy meando de la risa, pero también me siento un poco ofendida. No tienes los títulos, no has estudiado, te pirateas lo que puedes y luego te autoproclamas poetisa. Pucha!

    1. Sí, Bárbara, escribo bellos textos en español. Y sí, soy poeta, pero más que nada soy filósofa y mi idea de la escritura no es llegar a un público elitista que sólo lee lo que los universitarios escriben. Hay un mundo allí afuera del que te estás perdiendo.

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    1. Thank you Jennifer. I’m very glad you like my articles. They came right from the bottom of my heart. Hope it helps other people too in their quest for their inner-self. I don’t quite understand your question, what for recommendation are you asking for? Would love to help you but be more clear, please. Cheers!

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