Oviedo, Spain

Category: Reflexions

The perfect invitations for a beach wedding

Summer is coming to an end and so is the Marina Collection, AKA the perfect wedding invitations for a beach wedding. If you are planning a summer wedding, especially a beach wedding or destination wedding, and wish to surprise your guests with the most amazing stationery ever, these little cutesies are the best match for…
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worn the wedding dress

Have brides always worn the wedding dress as we know it today?

The dress, the wedding dress… The star of any wedding, that thing that women dream about even from the moment they receive the ring on their finger (or years before that!) Yes, that dress : sophisticated, elegant, expensive, full of exquisite details and… so white! Whenever you picture a bride you imagine a white dress.…
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The year I spent in China was the happiest of my life

I was so lucky to spend a year in China, working at the Aeronautical College in Changsha. Best job ever, best year ever! I made wonderful friends and got to dive deep into the biggest cultural shock of my life! Let me share with you a few things that I learned during those few months:…
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365 possibilities

One thing I love about New Year is that you get to start all over, or at least get the impression that you do. If you had a sucky year, you can put it behind you, make new plans and start a fresh page with bright expectations. And let’s face it, we did have a…
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Are you hosting a Christmas dinner this year?

Now that Covid has losened its tight grip we may expoect to spend Christmas with actual people and not just a Zoom conference. Exciting right? So maybe you’re considering having a fancy dinner to celebrate that we can finally meet up with our loved ones, In case you’ve never hosted a dinner party before, or…
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Giving thanks and being thankful

Being truly grateful for what you have is not an easy task. We are a species that lives to aspire for more and complain about unmet expectations. We set the bar way too high only to feel frustrated when we fail to reach it. Admit it, you do this too, or have done it at…
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I try to understand my client

You’ve probably seen those reels, that are so trendy right now. “Can you make it cheaper?” And she throws a bunch of garbage in a box. Look, I get it; I’m a business owner myself. You put hard work into your products and you expect to be appreciated. But is making fun of your customers…
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Walking down the isle: the father-daughter moment

My father is not an emotional person. He’s always laughing and joking and teasing everyone. He’s a very merry character. But when it comes to sentimental demonstrations he remains cool. father daughter This has been his way for as long as I’ve known him. He can be a hugging, kissing and praising person, but always keeps…
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I won’t let my divorced friends affect me

Divorce is no stranger to me. I was raised in it. I’ve seen it everywhere and have heard way too many stories about it. And, last but not least, I’ve had my own personal share of break-ups. divorced friends I believe in divorce. Better than anyone, I know that relationships can end, no matter how…
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The moment I knew I was ready

A few years ago I used to go to a gym near my place. During a no-job period, finding myself with little to do, too much time in my hands and needing something to pick me up during a rather not so cheerful time, I started going to the gym twice a day. Sometimes even three…
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