In my lifetime I have collected lots of beautiful memories with my family and friends. The activities that I have participated, my travel experiences, and my proudest moments have made me who I am and how I see life.
I was born on a sunny morning in January in Cartago, Costa Rica, and my parents always say that I have not stopped since that day. Since I was a little girl, I have been sociable and always dreaming about travelling around the world.
I consider myself a happy person. I enjoy spending time with my family and partner, and also, I feel comfortable having a relaxed time alone. Everybody says that I am very talkative, and I agree! I am very communicative even when I am not speaking in my native language. I feel very confident about talking in public, and I can be creative when I am trying to express my ideas.
I have always been participating in different groups and social organisations. When I was 12 years old, I was part of the Scouts and when I was 20 years old, I joined AIESEC, an organisation in which I made my first travel abroad. I have been to Chile, Mexico, Cuba, Panama, Scotland and England, and in a couple of months, I am going to visit Lanzarote and Ireland.
Something that I am very proud of is my diplomas. I have a degree in Psychology from the National University of Costa Rica, where I received a mention of honour because of a project that I created. Right now, I am taking a Masters degree in Business at the University College Isle of Man, I am enjoying it a lot!
One of my goals for this year is to “spread the love”. I want people to feel warm and content when we spend time together. I truly believe that it is what our world needs. My mantra for 2020 is “let no one ever come to you without leaving happier”.
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