About Me


I am Venezuelan. I was born in Valencia, Carabobo state. I currently live in Lima, Peru. Because of those chaotic things in politics, I felt the need to leave my native country with my sister in search of a better future for me and my family, like many of my compatriots.

I graduated from the University of Carabobo as a Bachelor of Business Administration in 2003. I held position # 11 of 120 in my promotion. Within that area, I have worked as an Administrative Assistant, Virtual Assistant, Store Manager, and Independent Accountant.

I am also certified as a Teacher Facilitator by the Postgraduate Department of the José Antonio Páez University. In this field, I have experience giving motivational, training and training workshops. Also, I have served as a teacher at a technical level for Administrative Interns.

I am certified by the Central University of Venezuela as a Professional Announcer.

In April 2016 I published my first Motivation and self-help book entitled TRES MAESTROS CABALLEROS.

Since 2015 I work as a Freelance Content Writer. In this career, I have been a Community Manager and Internet Information Searcher. To date, I have written and published online as a Ghostwriter more than 200 articles on various topics such as health, beauty, relationships, curiosities, legal procedures, interior decoration, tools, motoring, technology, academic research, biblical preaching, humor, economics, and finance, among others.

Besides writing as one of my great passions, there is the kitchen. I love cooking, especially, I enjoy baking bread.

What I like about this activity is that, like writing, I can diversify and use creativity. There is no strict manual, but inspiration and innovation complement each other beautifully, to yield attractive results to the eye and delicious to the palate.

The color catches me all the time. For that reason, I and my sister founded a small company of colorful handmade bread. Where each color is also a flavor.

I believe in God. I have put my faith in him. Learning to trust him is a daily task. Like any person, I face depression, failure, fear, and loneliness, but I find in God and His Word the strength to continue. I made the decision to be baptized at the age of 13 years in the Name of Jesus and that same day I was sealed with the Holy Spirit of God. I witness the miracles that God does because I have lived them in my life and not only discovered them in the Bible.

If there were words to describe me, it would be these three: Woman, Venezuelan and Christian.