Karina Quiñonez

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It will never be the same… I hope!

I remember the earthquake of 1986 in El Salvador, I was 11y old and from one day to the next, my life was never the same!

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Our best practices to combine work + school @home

From one day to the other, we had to change our way of working and schooling due to coronavirus,  and… NOBODY was prepared!

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Thank You Corona!

Because of this coronavirus-period…


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3 Tips to Improve your Public Speaking

In one year, I have learned A LOT about public speaking. I became member of Toastmasters Antwerp and in the meantime, together with some friends, I started a non-profit initiative (Xten-Encuentros para crecer) to give conferences to Spanish speaking women.

I have learned from books, watching TED talks and listening to my toastmasters-fellows, but MOSTLY from being on stage.

The following tips have helped me a lot. I put them in practice and worked! Let me share them with you:

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5 Days of No Sugar… She made it!

My daughter is 5 years old and LOVES desserts. Any gift could be replaced by an ice cream or a piece of cake.

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My Three Agreements


Inspired by “Don Miguel Ruiz” and “Brené Brown” and their books The Four Agreements and The power of Vulnerability, respectively. I defined My Three Agreements: Things I have to put in practice, every day, in order to improve the relationship with my husband, my friends, but specially with myself.

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The Underrated Power of Fear


After years, I’m starting to have a better relationship with my fears.

Via Tim Ferriss, I recently learned that doing a “Fear setting” is more important than a “Goal setting”. I was not sure about the results, so I gave it a try.

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The Sweatpants Return!


One year ago, I promised myself not to try “the sweatpants” AGAIN with my daughter (I shared already the story in a Previous post), but during the Christmas holidays, having walking tours in the forest everyday, I had no other option than “the sweatpants” as possible outfit. I put them in the luggage as a “just in case” solution.

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Closing 2016 With 7 Questions

The champagne is getting cold…

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