I’m back!

[blox_row][blox_column width=”1/1″ ][blox_text animation=”none”] I’m Back!!!! I haven’t been active with my blog for quite some time.  I wanted to re-design my blog or at least make some adjustments, but it didn’t work out. So, here I am again! Full of new information to share with all of you. I’m quite sure you’ll like the first blog post. It is about my…
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Don’t hate wrinkles, refresh them, sculpt them, treat them!

[blox_row][blox_column width=”1/1″ ][blox_text animation=”none”] I’m a 57-year-old woman and proud of it. I deny neither my age nor my wrinkles. As a matter of fact, I actually appreciate –to a certain degree– wrinkles; they’re a reflection of our journey through life and our acquired wisdom, and, the truth is, no matter how hard we try to erase them, all we…
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My best 5 tips for buying the perfect white shirt

[blox_row][blox_column width=”1/1″ ][blox_text animation=”none”] I’m completely obsessed with white shirts, but then again, you already know that! To further point out the obvious: my blog’s name is Mi Camisa Blanca, which translates to “My White Shirt”. After many years of closely observing fashion, I can say that a great white shirt is timeless. Two facts: it’s long-lasting and it always…
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Women who inspire: Leslie Gabaldon

[blox_row][blox_column width=”1/1″ ][blox_text animation=”none”] Today March 8th is International Women’s Day March has become Women’s History Month and I’m starting a series of posts about the women who inspire me.  Among them is Leslie Gabaldón, a self-declared “feminist” who, nevertheless, stays away from the 60s concept that rejected all that was sensible and gentle. What’s more, she believes that femininity is…
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Weekend Recipe: Peruvian Shrimp Chupe

[blox_row][blox_column width=”1/1″ ][blox_text animation=”none”] Before I made this recipe, I did a lot of research; I went through Peruvian cookbooks and intensely browsed the Internet. I then took the best part of each recipe in order to create my own. The only downside: most supermarkets in Miami don’t sell fresh shrimp with the head, which is the tastiest part of…
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