There is something about the new year that manifests all these desires for this girl. This 32 year old girl currently obsessing over the Allah-Las with her feet in the sunshine as she lays in the garden attempting a comeback at the blogging life.
The thing is- life got really busy for a while. And all of a sudden I had to learn how to be a boss, a business owner (in Argentina), a wife, a leader of a kitchen, an adult-like responsable person. And I wasn’t sure how to do that with an active blog where I shared personal insights. Could I still gain the respect I needed while opening up to the digital universe? I don’t know, but I took a step back. That’s okay.
As time goes by, as well as the distance between my first world and my current, I begin to value more and more the present. Finding the time to just take pause. In this sense of stillness everything starts to click and clarity washes over me in such great heights. It’s brilliant! Beneficial like you have no idea.
If we’ve met, you may know exactly what I’m talking about and why this is so necessary for me. Perhaps it’s my worst enemy, or possibly my greatest quality! Regardless, I’m accepting it. I am who I am, why fight it, Liza?
So as I continue to go go go I will experiment with rebuilding our relationship. Perhaps I will share stories of the restaurant, or reflect on some of the amazing and bazar experiences I’ve had over the past couple of years. Luckily even though the writing stopped the pictures did not!
After visiting New Orleans over the holidays my family really inspired me in a way they’re probably unaware of. So this reconnection, please know y’all are the fuel behind it.
Hasta pronto, ojala! (See you soon, I hope!)
I’ll end this sweet message with a fabulous cake my friends and I made, also known as a drake on cake. This specific cakes’ lyrics are used by the famous musician Drake and says ‘WOE’. I believe he coined the term and that he uses it to refer to his posse.
WOE– working on excellence.