Monthly Archives: July 2014

National Geographic hits Alvaro Obregon!

Check out the new National Geographic’s informational/educational/photographic displays on Alvaro Obregon, in Roma Norte, from Cordoba to Merida, they are great!  

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Cooling into summer…

…as I realize, my mentality and almost everyone else’s has been summer is coming to an end, yet, I have a new inspiration to keep the feeling of summer going all year long!  So to begin, I added some books … Continue reading

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Every turn, every corner…

…I look back over the last few weeks and realize how amazing they have been, AMAZING – from the simplest discoveries to the more complex that are right under your nose.  Dido’s Life for Rent says it best when she … Continue reading

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Enlightenment, Educational, and Noooo, interesting? YES!

I have noticed lately there is so much right in our own backyard, that we are unaware of, and exploring and finding those items makes a new outlook on how you see your own area. Such was the case when … Continue reading

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A week of this, that and amazing opportunities…

With Tuesday and Wednesday as days now that have been a huge help to catch up, there is plenty to look back on and see why this summer has been one of the best ever. Yesterday, minus the hurried schedule … Continue reading

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ASNE? FYI?

When I first came to Mexico City, I was just returning from an amazing adventure, and institute called the ASNE  Reynolds Institute, thanks to the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation.  It changed my life forever.  Literally.  I always knew as I … Continue reading

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Open the Pages of…

…The London Review of Books     April 17, 2014 In looking at the periodical The London Review of Books, the same large size, fold in half size periodical follows the ooh of The New York Review of Books.  Even … Continue reading

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Empowering…

Overall, I like the word Empowering, and to truly take on the meaning of this word, there needs to be action behind this – I found this word in several examples as of late worth sharing. Luckily, and inspiringly, I … Continue reading

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A love Letter to Mexico City

So worth checking out…to see how this country will probably be the leading country and city in 5 years. The Interior Circuit and Mexico in 24 hours!  

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Opening up the Pages of…

The New York Review of Books  May 22, 2014 I just assume we have periodicals that contain pages and pages and pages, and…well you get the idea, of reviews. Period. WRONG! I realized how much more content is in The … Continue reading

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