Great to meet you!

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I’m Edel, and I’m glad you are here!

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Live your life at your own pace.

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I am convinced that we should live our life at own pace, without any comparison. Well, unless it is to ourselves and with the sole purpose to improve. Like everything else, we have to learn how to live. When we realize that is not a race against anyone else but ourselves, that is when the first step is made. Realizing that we are in control of our own lives, not the actions of others, but our own actions. Our attitude toward any situation will determine the outcome.

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I hope YOU find the inspiration and encouragement you need to live your life at your own pace. 

 

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When I started this blog I knew nothing about blogging.  Since, I’ve found a community that welcomed me and supported my vision. Reading these lines makes you part of this community.  And for that, I’m eternally grateful!  .

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Likewise, I feel is important to give back. My way of giving back is by sharing  with you what I’m learning by rendering the inspiration and encouragement  you need to go and live your life at your own pace! .

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Thank you! For being here and taking the time to read through my ramblings.  

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So, who am I?

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.Great to meet you, I’m Edel.

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I’m a mom of three beautiful children turned blogger. Originally from Honduras and now living in Middle Tennessee. I stay at home to take care of the kids, I love being able to be there for them and to be such a big part of their growth and development. 

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Honduran by birth, American by decision and gypsy by heart.

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Fun Facts About Me:

  • I have traveled to 10 countries (some of them multiple times) and have visited 19 States.
  • Growing up I study English, French, and Portuguese, with English being the only survivor and that is because I’m here. And of course, Spanish.
  • I’m part of my local Toastmaster Club.
  • Multiple babies run on both sides of my family.
  • Like to dance but have two left feet.
  • I have Type 1 Diabetes.
  • At some point in my life, I had more books than clothes/shoes.
  • Growing up I was called weird, later I found out weird means:
    Wonderful
    Exciting
    Interesting
    Real
    Different

 

Please, find yourself at home! 

 

With love, 

 

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