Hello! So this week was a bit more emotional than I thought. I had some difficult days, I had to say goodbye to my family and felt a bit homesick. The last few days with my mom and sister were good, we went to see Mary Poppins and ate yummy things. (I think the olive… Continue reading Exchange: week 2 of 20
So this adventure just started!. So the format of these posts is going to be a series of highlights from each week, along with some pictures. Before leaving I had lots of packing and a couple of errands to do; I bought this little llama so I have something that reminds me of home (yes,… Continue reading Exchange: week 1 of 20
This could be a long or short story depending how you look at it, so lets start: Last July someone from my social circle found out about the blog accidentally (which means I didn't share with this person the blog), I wasn't really comfortable with this so I freaked out and went in to create… Continue reading Why I didn’t blog much the last couple of months?
I rearranged my bookshelf a couple of months ago and when I did it I wondered how different it looked from when I was 12, 15 or even 19. So I decided to make a bookshelf tour post, to have something to look back from in the future and also to give you a view… Continue reading Bookshelf Tour
Long time no read!. So I'll explain why I have been missing all this time in another post. But now I want to talk about something very exciting for me. I am going as an exchange student to the US next year, specifically to Oklahoma. This is going to be a brand new experience for… Continue reading Update: Exchange to Oklahoma University!
In this post, I'll show you some methods social engineers use to gather information about an organization or person. OSINT: Open Source Intelligence, with this framework the information is gathered from public sources. Examples of this sources are traditional mass-media, open source information provided by the government, blogs, social media, wikis, conferences, online libraries. Many… Continue reading Social Engineering: gathering information
So this year I decided to star a BuJo (this in January of course), and it has helped me a ton. Some of you may be asking yourself what exactly means BuJo?. Well, it is just a way to plan, a freestyle way of planning if you will. BuJo stands for Bullet Journal, and if… Continue reading How I BuJo