Yo quisiera que los Salvadoreños amasen su pais, amasen su pedazo de tierra, amasen su pueblo… porque yo lo amo profundamente – Alejandro Cotto For the longest time tourists traveling and passing through el Salvador were deciding to “skip El Salvador” for many reasons. With the new presidency, the redevelopment and marketing of surf city,Continue reading “Don’t Skip El Salvador”
In each loss there is a gain, As in every gain there is a loss, and with each ending comes a new beginning.
After my birthday and my stay in mizata, I was truly inspired by Josh’s work and his ties with the community. Eager to do the same, I asked my close friends and family to help me. We decided to form a small group of 6 people and set the date- May 1st.
And when you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you achieve it. Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist Over the past two months, I’ve experienced things that have left me speechless. I’ve always felt like I’ve had a sixth sense. Often I am very sensitive and receptive of the unknown, but I’m constantly in denial. Continue reading “Synchronicities, spirit guides, and the universe.”
Since announcing my move abroad, I have received an overwhelming amount of support and well wishes. One of the other things I have received an overwhelming amount of are questions. The biggest two being “why?” and “what?”
Planning this getaway was stressful as fuck, to say the least. The hotels that we have wanted to stay at were completely booked for the dates we needed. Going from point A to point B seemed impossible, but somehow, we made it work.
The past couple of months have been challenging, as I can imagine, they have been for everyone. I have struggled to find a healthy work-life balance since I began working from home in March. I have tried many things but ultimately get overwhelmed and find myself becoming paralyzed. I had stopped journaling, writing, posting, andContinue reading “Rebalancing My Chakras”
This year is far from what I expected it to be- at least so far. Like many of you I had plans for April but they fell through due to the current pandemic. I had planned to be in South America taking a breather, getting lost, and exploring new places But I am home becauseContinue reading “Another year around the sun”
Thirty-nine-year-old Salvadoran-American William Salamanca, cofounder of Café 503 talks about the goals and inner workings of his business. Giving insight on how his idea to give back to his community and produce quality coffee merged to form Café 503. Salamanca and his friend Jorge Raul River began working on this project ten years ago butContinue reading “Cafe 503: A coffee that gives back”