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What I Read in July

July was one of those months that lasted 10 minutes. Actually, 2020 has been like this. But I still managed to read five books. Annihilation by Jeff Vandermeer Annihilation is the first book from the Southern Command trilogy. This book was written as if it was a diary from a biologist during her expedition to […]

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Beauty, EN

How to Look Better on Video Calls

In the age where work/ study/ socialize from home is recommended, video calls became inevitable. But they usually come with a cost beyond the internet connection: your image matters way more. The background, clothes and hair can say a lot about a person. If you want to feel and look better on camera, here are […]

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What I Read in June

June was a weird a month both personally and globally. On a personal level it was a very busy but also anxious time. On global level the Black Lives Matters movement dominated the headlines, changed the way we look at police and history and, according to The New York Times, might be the largest movement […]

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What I Read in May

May was an ok month. June was another story, but I’ll get to that on another post. I managed to read 7 books in total, some of them different from what I usually read. A Girl Called Shameless by Laura Steven, originally published in 2019 A Girl Called Shameless tells the story of Izzy O’Neill, […]

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Nostalgia of the Old Normal

Once upon a time we could walk in the streets, no masks on, and go to places other than grocery stores. It’s crazy to think that this was our reality only 2/3 months ago. Right now, I’m honestly scared to open the news. I don’t know if I’ll cry, enter on a slump for the […]

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Culture, EN

8 Museums to Visit from Home

Photo by Matteo Maretto on Unsplash Museums are these magical places that can transport you to a different era, or to the mind of an artist. And it can also teach you a lot about human history. During these weird times where we need to stay at home and practice social distance, most museums are close. But you […]

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