Normalmente escribo en inglés. Hoy sentí la necesidad de conectar con mi gente de habla hispana. Quiero compartir un poco mi experiencia con el aprendizaje de dos idiomas extranjeros y las herramientas que sí me han ayudado a alcanzar esa fluidez comunicativa que tanto he anhelado en una lengua que no es la materna. DesdeContinue reading “5 Formas Efectivas de Aprender un Idioma Extranjero”
Many are the traditions that we, Venezuelans, have for Christmas time. Delicious foods, decoration, folktales and religious practices are part of our daily routine during the holidays. But none of them compare to the rich musical culture that Venezuela has and which has been considered cultural heritage of Latin America for many years. Growing upContinue reading “5 Traditional Christmas Songs from Venezuela to the World”
“A child’s first teacher is its mother.” Peng Liyuan If you are a mother raising bilingual children, it is very probable that you have already found pages of articles giving you the benefits of raising kids who master more than one language. What many of these websites, blogs, books, and articles fail to mention areContinue reading “Self-care for Mothers raising Bilingual Children”
Discovering Hispanic foods that connect us to traditions, people and places.
Last week I had the honor to be invited to the World Law Congress in Madrid, Spain. The Spanish capital became the international center of the legal world, where a numerous group of jurists, lawyers, politicians, entrepreneurs, and professionals of diverse fields from different countries gathered to present their ideas, research, and innovative proposals toContinue reading “Creating a Culture of Peace at Home”