The Best Coffee in San Juan, Puerto Rico

Aloha, Royalties, Yeah, it’s been a while, I know. But, I’ve been hustling hard. Working and studying full-time, plus freelancing all the way. I barely have the time, but I’m back. As you can tell by the title, I’m going to share with you the best 5 (Instagramable) places to get your coffee in SanContinue reading “The Best Coffee in San Juan, Puerto Rico”

El mejor café en San Juan, Puerto Rico

3. Gustos: Ok, este lugar es MÁGICO. ¡Hermoso! Tiene las vibras perfectas y simplememte es genial estar allí. Y sí, el café es delicioso. 4. Quimera Café Literario: Te cuento un secreto: Este es mi lugar favorito, no hay dudas. Es el lugar de ensueños de cualquier ratón de biblioteca. Tienen a los más cálidosContinue reading “El mejor café en San Juan, Puerto Rico”

Winter Trend 2018: College Edition

Aloha, Royalties, This is the first post of the year, and I´m very excited to share with you what students at the University of Puerto Rico Río Piedras, have been wearing. As you may all know already, we´ve been going through some tough time after the hurricane, therefore, this semester is a little bit differentContinue reading “Winter Trend 2018: College Edition”

La vida después de un huracán

Aloha, Royalties, Espero que todos estén bien y que estén teniendo una vida bendecida. Si me sigues en mis redes sociales, ya sabes que he estado aguantando algunos proyectos que tengo para el blog, gracias al resultado del #HuracánMaría en mi país Puerto Rico. Casi todo el mundo recibió la noticia de la situación, sinContinue reading “La vida después de un huracán”

Life After a Hurricane

Aloha, Royalties, I hope you’re all doing great and are having a blessed life. If you follow me on social media, you already know that I was holding some projects for the blog because of the results of #HurricaneMaria in my country Puerto Rico. Almost everyone around the world got the news of our situation;Continue reading “Life After a Hurricane”

Last Minute Valentine’s Day Gifts Ideas

Hello, is it me you’re looking for? I can see it in your eyes, I can see it in your smile. Ok, I’ll stop! Aloha, Royalties! Welcome to my blog! Today is Valentine’s Day, and I know many of you don’t know what to get your friend, a family member, your crush or someone special.Continue reading “Last Minute Valentine’s Day Gifts Ideas”

Fall Fashion: College Edition by Clara Villaman (Bilingüe)

Hello, there! Today I will show you the trends and color scheme that college students are wearing this fall in Puerto Rico. Our weather is beach perfect all year long, therefore, our trends tend to be fresh and comfy. I started this project last year, where I showcase the style and personality of different students;Continue reading “Fall Fashion: College Edition by Clara Villaman (Bilingüe)”

Tips to go on a trip alone: California Diary (Bilingüe)

Aloha, friends! I have another collab for you! One of my friends recently went on a trip alone to California and I asked her to write some tips for you. She will tell you about her trip, places to visit, her experience and so much more!  ¡Aloha, amigos! ¡Tengo otra colaboración para ti! Recientemente unaContinue reading “Tips to go on a trip alone: California Diary (Bilingüe)”

Summer Night Out: Easy Makeup Look and Outfit (Bilingüe)

Hello, my lovelies! Today is Sunday and we are back to our regular schedule. You guys loved my Drugstore Makeup Look, therefore, I decided to do another one. So, I have an inexpensive makeup look and the perfect outfit for a night out with friends. Make sure to watch the short video I have for youContinue reading “Summer Night Out: Easy Makeup Look and Outfit (Bilingüe)”

Ary Hill, a new star on the rise. (Bilingüe)

Hey, guys! Today is a special day. Why? You may ask; well, I will present to you the newest talent on the spotlight. Her name is Ary Hill and this young 20 year old girl, was born in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico and is currently participating in America’s Got Talent. I got the opportunity to interview her,Continue reading “Ary Hill, a new star on the rise. (Bilingüe)”