Dog days aren’t over

Hello everyone!

It’s been a while since I last posted and wanted to keep you guys up to date with my life.

On Monday, my mom and I decided to start a 5-day vegetarian challenge and so far we are loving it.

Even though I love meat, dairy products and eggs, I wanted to give this challenge a try because I’ve been feeling super bloated 24/7 and wanted to somehow detox in a healthy and natural way. Turns out, I haven’t felt this good in months.

Our menu has consisted of veggie chop suey, mediterranean salad, vegetarian ceviche, avocado bagels, baked potato and sautéed mushrooms. I can tell the bloating is practically gone, but I’m suspicious dairy products might be the cause behind it – hola, lactose intolerance 👋🏽 – maybe I’ll give up dairy completely and eat meat only on the weekends?

Moving onto fashion and introducing the real star in these pictures: meet Russo. 

Russo is our 6-month-old Siberian Husky pup and as you can see, he was born to model. Before him, we used to have a husky mix named Mishka, but she sadly passed away a couple of years ago due to a rare illness. However, it feels like this is the very first time we’ve owned a husky because – oh boy – he is insanely stubborn and full of energy. We try to give him enough exercise and a lot of outdoor space for running but he still has too much energy.

Also, he is the most fun dog we’ve ever owned and he’s ridiculously smart. Don’t underestimate huskies y’all, they might be adorable but they’ll destroy everything in their way if you don’t give them enough attention – trust me when I say this.

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Trench coat – ZARA

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Denim shorts – Paris Blues

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Sunglasses – Gift from Konnor

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Striped tee – Stradivarius

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Lace up heels – Bershka

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Russo – NOT FOR SALE

Pictures by María.

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23 year-old Journalism and Digital Media alumna from the University of Alabama. I currently work as content producer for a media agency in northern Mexico. This website will show my creative path while I try to become a successful editorial journalist.

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