you have to learn to juggle it out
After I left Mimanzana's building I had to continue typing in my computer, finishing the Incarail blogs in the taxi because I had not anticipated most of the menial tasks through out the day and that there was going to be such a bustle at the end. Yet, I learned that its important to be flexible and laugh it off trying to evade any type of stress because that leads to over thinking and over-planning (my two worse enemies).
New news? Feedback keeps on coming in about my lack of conciseness but sometimes I get so inspired and carried away that I just have to put my ideas on paper. We talked about kicking a few points in the memorable bucket list entry and tweaked it together. Sometimes I asked if my tone was too cheesy but he said that I had a very particular way of writing :) it was really cool to receive feedback from a source other than my teacher.
Here are my two drafts both in english AND in spanish ➶
I finally finished my second blog entry about a Natura Vive experience opportunity in Cuzco- this one was much shorter than the first one given that Jose had told me that my article was really cool but he was worried it was TOO LONG.