Recap of 2022!

It’s that time of year again! It is time to do my yearly recap, write down all that went down in the year, and get ready with the new word for next year. It seems like every year; it arrives quicker.

I feel like these posts will be great for when I’m old and want to reminisce on my life – I’ll pull up these yearly recap posts and read them to my grandchildren. LOL (They probably won’t care.)

Alright, let’s get started.

January 2022

We brought the new year at home with our newborn Jayden and hubby’s family. It was quiet and pleasant. We spent the majority of this month at home; we were both on parental leave from our jobs and very sleep-deprived. I started having guests for my YouTube channel this month! I started with my friend LaUni who is a musician – you can check out the interview here.

February 2022

I bought a cookie decorating kit at Sam’s Club for Valentine’s Day. Lia and I decorated the cookies with our neighbor and her two girls. I attended a Galentine’s Paint Night with the ladies from church, which was nice. And they surprised me for my birthday and gave me flowers and a gift. This month is my birthday and our wedding anniversary, so this year it was hubby’s turn to plan something, and he did a romantic picnic in our little patio, which was so cute. He ordered Hibachi, and we watched the Super Bowl while eating. This month I also started writing on Medium – if you’d like to sign up, you can use my referral link here.

This is the picnic hubby organized

March 2022

This month hubby and I opened an online t-shirt business. We ended up closing it a few months later, but I’m planning on using the LLC for something else (stay tuned – it’s still in the works). Also, thank you to all who supported us and bought t-shirts.

This month I also started recording for my podcast – The American Dream in The Eyes of Immigrants. I took Lia to an art festival and art museum – trying to have some alone time with her.

Jayden got his first ear infection, which was the first time I had dealt with that because Lia never got one when she was a baby.

Maternity leave ended this month, and I was NOT ready to start work. I wrote about that for Medium. While on maternity leave, I saw a coding position available, so I emailed the link to my work email, and on my first day back, I applied. One of my goals for 2022 was to land a coding position.

April 2022

The first episode of my podcast was published! I was so excited to finally get a podcast going since I’ve wanted to host one since like 2019. Thank you once again to those who have supported the podcast. New episodes are available every other Tuesday on all major podcast platforms.

This month we flew down hubby’s firstborn son for Spring Break so he could meet his baby brother. We took all the kids out to Disney Springs. For Easter, we attended our church’s annual Easter celebration. It was an adjustment going out with a baby now. LOL, we were so used to just going out with Lia.

I attended the LifeWay Women’s Live Conference with the ladies from the church. You can read about my experience here or watch my video on my YouTube channel. I believe it was my first time being away from Jayden all day, and towards the end of the day, I was feeling mom guilt because I felt like I shouldn’t have been away from him for that long.

So, remember that I applied for the coding position? Well, the following week, I had an interview, and they gave me an offer right away – I started at the end of this month. I was so excited because it was a goal of mine for the year that I could check off and a goal I had for my career.

May 2022

This month hubby and I had our first night out away from Jayden, but I wasn’t ready to leave him yet. We went to see Ricardo Arjona in concert, and he is one of hubby’s favorite musicians. His songs are literally poetry that tells a story. Anyways, I had gotten floor seat tickets the previous year, so I said even if I’m not ready, we are going. (I enjoy his music, too, LOL). We enjoyed the concert very much, but I ended up getting COVID.

I got COVID, and I called the pediatrician, and he told me that Jayden would most likely get it, so monitor his symptoms. So, Jayden got it, and my husband got it; the only person who didn’t get it was Lia. I talk about our symptoms and how we handled them on my YouTube channel; you can watch the video here.

After we were all done with COVID, well, Jayden and I, because hubby had lingering side effects, my daughter brought home the flu from school. So that was another week of being sick. It felt like we spent the whole month being sick.

This month I launched my gratitude journal! Check it out on Amazon!

I almost forgot the most important thing that happened this month – I GOT MY BRACES TAKEN OFF!

At the concert
The first picture I took without my braces.

June 2022

I saw Juan Luis Guerra again in concert – I attended with my friend and my aunt. It was so much fun!

Lia left for the summer to be with her dad in the Dominican Republic.

I started the self-publishing process of my poetry book, and that was a challenge. I wrote about my process here. If you are interested in self-publishing or have any questions – contact me; I’d love to help.

July 2022

We spent the 4th of July at home, and family came over, which was nice. We went to see the sunrise at the beach, which was beautiful. If you haven’t done that yet, I recommend you do that at least once in your life. Lia came back from DR!

And my poetry book was published this month! Barnes & Noble, Target, and Book Depository were the first websites to pick up my book; now, when you google it, there are websites from all over the world that have it! I spent the majority of this month creating my marketing plan, and I did a photoshoot to help promote it. I contacted fellow writers to read the book and provide reviews, and some of my friends did too. And I set up podcast interviews to discuss my book, the journey, and promote it. I was also planning a book launch party. This was a busy month for me.

My Poetry Book!

August 2022

August is one of my favorite months because it’s my husband’s birthday, a few good friends, and some family members. Lia started 3rd grade – so she’s an upperclassman now, LOL. Hubby and I went to the batting cages for the first time, which was cool. And towards the end of the month, I had my book launch party!

The feeling of seeing all your family and closest friends together celebrating your book is something I cannot even express. My best friend from high school flew down for the book launch party, and it was nice to have her stay with me for a few days.

I was invited to be a guest speaker at a Latina business networking event. I spoke about my journey with my book, why I wrote it, and what it is about. I also talked about my podcast, and I booked two sisters to share their journey of being children of immigrants. (Once their episode is published, I’ll let you know).

September 2022

We took our first family road trip down to Miami for Labor Day weekend. We stayed in a nice Airbnb in the middle of the art district, so we were a few blocks away from the Wynwood Walls. We took the kids to the Miami kid’s museum, we ate, and we shopped. Overall, it was a nice family getaway.

One of my friends from high school sent me a picture, letting me know that my poetry book was in the district library in my hometown. I cannot wait to visit back home to see it in the library.

October 2022

My dad’s birthday was such a blast this year. The family gathered at his house to eat, play dominos, drink, and we ended the night singing karaoke.

This month I did spoken word poetry for the first time! It was hosted at an art museum, and I thought there wouldn’t be too many people, but the turnout was good. I was so nervous, but I did it, and I’m proud of myself.

Lia and I went to a fall festival at a church close to our house. She had fun playing games and getting her face painted.

My sister got her senior pictures taken, and I helped her with her make-up. I cannot believe she’s a senior in high school already!

I started therapy this month because I thought I was going through another depressive episode and found out that I was burnt out – I wrote about it on Medium.

November 2022

The busy season started! Lia and I went to paint pottery with my friend and her daughter, which was fun! This was a new experience for all of us. We also saw HAMILTON, the musical, and we LOVED it! I was a vendor for the first time at a Pink Friday event. That was an experience.

We celebrated Lia’s 9th birthday! And I was interviewed for an internet radio show. (So many firsts this year). I slowed down on scheduling podcast recordings because of being burnt out, but I am still doing interviews and being a guest on podcast shows.

Do you remember when I told you my best friend came for my book launch party? Well, she told me her job needed medical coders, and I applied. Getting hired took a while because I applied at the end of August but didn’t start until the 7th of this month. So, I am a coding analyst for a non-profit insurance company.

December 2022

Oh my – we made it to December! I honestly cannot believe how fast this year went. It feels like time goes by faster and faster as I get older. But I started this month performing poetry again. Once again, I was so nervous, but I’m so glad I did it! And I cannot wait to host my own poetry night. I went to a friend’s surprise birthday party and had an amazing time; I also got to meet her baby boy. 🙂 We put up the Christmas tree and attended Lia’s Christmas presentation. Lia and I went to my sister’s winter dance showcase (her last one since it’s her senior year); hopefully, I can make it to the one in the spring too. We took family pictures. And I was a vendor again at a 2nd-anniversary celebration for Femme Strong. It was a great celebration, and I connected with other amazing women business owners.

Alright, since this post is out today (December 19th), this is what we still have coming up:

  1. Jayden’s first birthday
  2. Christmas
  3. New Year’s Eve

If you’ve read this far, thank you so much for your time, and I hope I’ve inspired you in some way or another. I pray that you and your loved ones have a Merry Christmas and a happy, prosperous new year. God Bless You Tremendously.

With Love, Heidy

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Reflection of 2021

It’s the end of the year. I like to take this time to reflect on the year I had and the events that occurred throughout to get me to where I am. I always say that these posts are primarily for me to read and look back on, but it’s also nice to share moments and memories with others.
So here we go, this is my reflection of 2021!

January 2021

We brought in the New Year’s in Atlanta with my husband’s family due to his mom being sick. Which was very bittersweet, but I’m glad they were all able to get together. We started the process of buying a house the month before, so this month we continued looking for houses in the range we were approved for, and it was exciting and a little overwhelming. I had applied for a team lead position at the end of December, and this month I had two interviews and ended up getting promoted. My start date was set for February.

February 2021

This month was our first wedding anniversary and, of course, my birthday. We celebrated by staying the weekend at the JW Marriott Resort, and it was my turn to plan this celebration, so I ended up booking us a private room for dinner, the first time experiencing dinner like that for the both of us. 🙂

We also ate a little of our wedding cake. For you married folks, did you save the top layer of your wedding cake by freezing it to eat on your first anniversary? We didn’t plan this, it kind of just happened. Supposedly, it’s done for good luck. Hmmm….maybe I can write a blog post about this. LOL

This was the piece of cake that was saved.

Right after our wedding anniversary weekend, my husband flew out to Michigan to be with his mom because her health was declining. He flew with a one-day ticket, neither one of us knowing when he would be coming back. While he was there, I started my new team lead position, which took some adjustments here and there, and I continued to look at houses. You can read all about our process of buying a house here.

March 2021

March was a rough month! I flew up to Michigan to say my last goodbye to my mother-in-law. I only went for the weekend, although I debated staying longer. I flew back down on Sunday afternoon, and by Sunday evening, March 7th, she passed. Back on the plane, I was Monday morning to be with my husband. I took the rest of the week off, and that was such a heavy, heavy week.

On Wednesday, the 10th, was seven months since my grandfather had passed, and the very next day, March 11th, was the 5th death anniversary of my mom. I spent most of that week in bed; to be completely honest, my chest was too heavy to do anything. Let’s just say the month of March would never be the same for my husband and me. We attended the funeral on Friday, and I believe I flew back home the next day. Around March 19th, I heard that my great-grandmother had passed in NYC. I was so over the grieving. 🙁

Towards the end of the month, we went to the Dominican Republic to have another funeral service and burial for her. That’s where she wanted to rest. And as soon as we got back from DR, it was moving time.

April 2021

We got all moved into our new house! I was super excited, and I honestly couldn’t believe we had a WHOLE house, LOL, but it was also overwhelming. You quickly realize how many “little” things need to be done or bought for a house. I’m grateful that my husband’s siblings came down to help us move and get settled; that was such a blessing. Although we had no furniture yet, we celebrated Easter at our house; it was nice to see everyone gather in OUR HOUSE!!

No furniture yet but a house full of love. 🙂

I attended the Liveway Women Live Conference for the third year in a row. This year, our church hosted it, so we gathered at our church and watched it together online. I wrote about this years’ experience; you can read it here.

This month was also when I found out I was pregnant. We had been trying since my first loss, and I knew I was pregnant the week before I took the test; I felt that God had told me. I took two pregnancy tests, and they were both positive, but because of my loss, I was still very nervous. It was a bittersweet moment when I told my husband because I kept thinking about my mother-in-law and how excited she was when we told her about the first baby and how she had just passed away the month before. But my husband reminded me that everything happens in God’s timing. By week six of my pregnancy, I started feeling all the pregnancy symptoms.

May 2021

The pregnancy symptoms continued, so I wasn’t very active with anything this month. I was sick all the time, so after work, I would nap. I was constantly fatigued, so the struggle to do ANYTHING was real. I wrote about my struggle, and you can read it here. I hosted two guest writers on my blog, which was really exciting for me. 

June 2021

We had our first ultrasound this month! The most beautiful sound in the world is hearing your baby’s heartbeat for the first time. 🙂 Since we knew everything was going well with our bean, we shared the news with our families. Everyone was as excited as when we first shared the news in November. This month my daughter left for summer vacation to the Dominican Republic to spend time with her dad and family. I missed her so much, but she had an absolute blast!

Our little bean! 🙂

July 2021

We spent Independence Day in Michigan, but we ended up having one of the worst flying experiences ever before we got there. Let me summarize it quickly; our flight was supposed to leave at 9:30 pm and arrive around 11 pm – we didn’t arrive in Michigan until 5 am. Maybe I’ll write a blog post about that story soon. We spent a week in Michigan and drove down to Chicago one day for some delicious deep-dish pizza and to walk around Millennium Park. I always enjoy my time visiting home. My daughter arrived from the Dominican Republic at the end of this month. 🙂

August 2021

August is one of my favorite months of the year because it’s my husband’s birthday. This year I booked a trip for us to fly to New York. We went to Liberty Island, Ellis Island, and we went to a Yankee’s baseball game (this was on our bucket list, to attend a game at the Yankee Stadium). The trip was eventful, and we ate delicious food; you can never go wrong with New York City pizza. We stayed at the RIU Hotel in the middle of Times Square, which was a great location to get to where we wanted to go, except for the Yankees Stadium, which is in the Bronx. I have a video on my YouTube channel about this trip; you can watch it here. On my husband’s actual birthday, I invited his closest friends to hang out at the house, and that was a blast too!

My daughter started second grade this month! She was SO excited to be back to school in person after a year of virtual school. I was nervous because there were still a lot of cases of COVID, especially in kids, around this time. I was also nervous because it was a new school for her since we moved to a different city. But she loves school, has lots of friends, and adores her teacher!

Ready for the first day of school.

September 2021

My aunt planned a 70s themed surprise birthday party for my grandma, and we hosted it at my house. 🙂 My grandma was truly surprised, and she started crying. Unfortunately, our whole family couldn’t be there due to some family member catching COVID, but we made it work the best we could.

This month I had to take the famous and fabulous glucose tolerance test. I shared my experience on my YouTube channel. I ended up failing both tests, the one hour one and the three hours one and got diagnosed with gestational diabetes.

Speaking about sharing experiences, this is also the month my vlog was born, Into My Life Vlog! Feel free to subscribe; I share videos every Thursday at 5 pm EST. 🙂

Groovy Baby

October 2021

This month I got to see Lauren Daigle in concert!!! I shared this experience on my channel as well. I was looking forward to this concert, especially since we had waited over a year because it kept getting postponed due to COVID. Christian concerts are so unique and powerful; if you have the chance to attend one, do it.

We attended fall festivals, did family activities, and our usual fall routines.

This month I had my first appointment with the high-risk pregnancy doctor to discuss my gestational diabetes and everything that came with it. I was a little overwhelmed with all the new information and the new routine I had to do, like checking my blood sugar four times a day, creating an eating log, counting carbs, etc. After the first week of checking my sugar, my fasting blood tests in the morning were high, so the doctor put me on insulin. So, there was that. Towards the end of the month, I had an ultrasound to check everything, the heart, lungs, head, kidneys, and see how big he was getting. Everything was in the normal range. Thanks God!!

November 2021

Here starts the busyness of the end of the year! Mine and my husband’s dating anniversary is this month, and it was my turn to plan something. I hired a chef to cook for us at our place, and man, was it delicious! Hubby surprised me with flowers, even though I told him not to buy me anything. It was a romantic evening.

We attended the Orlando Heart Walk for the first time as a family. We did the one-mile walk instead of the three, but it was still a fun experience.

We had our baby shower this month. This was also a wonderful experience; I have a video on my channel about it. We got so many lovely presents for our baby, and we truly felt all the love that day. That is one day I do not mind reliving again, if I could.

Before our baby shower! 🙂

We hosted Thanksgiving at our home this year!! I was actually excited to host, and I loved having all my family together at our house. I just kept looking around at everyone having a good time, and it felt so amazing. I never knew I would enjoy being a homeowner and sharing my house with others. 🙂

Thanksgiving 2021

For my daughter’s birthday, we took her to Legoland Florida Resort. That was a fun day for her and a tiring day for this pregnant mama. LOL By 3 pm, I couldn’t walk anymore because my back was hurting so much. 🙁

December 2021

Alright, here we are, December! The last month of the year. This month we have been getting ready for our baby’s arrival. We washed all his clothes, set up the bassinet, and put his car seat and stroller together. My daughter had a winter concert that we attended, and we’ve been getting ready for Christmas. It’s been a month of getting ready.

This year has been eventful; it’s has had its emotional rollercoaster, but I feel beyond blessed to be able to live another year. Now, I’m looking forward to meeting my son and seeing what 2022 has in store for us.

I’ve written my goals down for next year, personal, writing, and career goals. And I’m looking forward to growth!

If you’ve read until the end, I appreciate it more than you will ever know because, honestly, I feel like these recap/reflection posts are primarily for myself.

I want to wish you all a very MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

With Love,


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Reflection of 2020!

What a year 2020 has been! But reading back on the other reflection posts I’ve written, I’ve said the same thing about the year, but this year has been eventful, to say the least. At the end of the year, I like to reflect on how the year went, the good and the bad. I also like to write goals for the following year, so in June, I do a mid-way check, and at the end of the year, I’ll see how many I achieved or which goals were changed.

I’m not going to lie, this post might be kind of long, so if you don’t get to the end, I won’t be mad, LOL. This post is mostly for me, honestly. Usually, I keep the reflection posts private, but I’m going to share 2020! So, let’s start at the beginning.


In January, we were still planning and getting ready for our wedding for the following month. We spent New Year’s with friends, and it was fun. The year started with a water pipe breaking from the apartment above us. My husband had to leave work early that day to make sure everything was okay. This month was also my Bachelorettes’ and Bridal Shower Weekend. That weekend was beyond perfect, and you can read all about it here. This month, I applied for a management position at the hospital, and I received a call back to go interview. I wrote a blog post about it because we can have plans for our lives, but it’s God’s plans that really prevail. You can read all about that experience here. Long story short, I didn’t end up getting the management position, but I got offered another position. I took it because I felt like that was where God was calling me to go, and it was always a dream of mine to work at a hospital. So, now I had many things to look forward to the following month.


My birthday month and now our wedding!!! The countdown was getting closer and closer, and the anxiety and anticipation were rising. Our friends and family were coming to celebrate our love, and I was over the moon. Our wedding was BEYOND perfect. I know I say this a lot, but things really come out better than planned when you pray and leave it in God’s hands. I couldn’t believe I was getting married, and when it was all over, it felt like a dream. We got married on February 13th, which is my birthday and my little sister’s birthday. Also, that same day is the Pastor who married us, birthday, and a friend of ours. So, it was like a quadruple celebration, LOL. (You can see pictures of our wedding on my Instagram account under the highlights stories). Two weeks before my wedding was the last day of my old job, which was bittersweet, and then the Monday after our wedding was the first day of my new job. My emotions were ALL OVER THE PLACE during this month, like A LOT going on at once.


We all know what’s coming. I was getting accustomed to my new commute to and from work, and all of a sudden, COVID was getting worse and worse, and we had to work from home. My husband was already working from home, and my daughter was doing online school when the hospital decided that we were going to work from home. I bought a new laptop to prepare and now to get used to all of us being home all the time for who knows how long. It was definitely an adjustment. I wrote about my struggle and posted it back in May. You can read about it here.


I had to take a break from social media because I was overwhelmed with COVID-19 misinformation being spread online. And also, to take care of my mental health. I started online therapy again.


This month I officially finished with my master’s degree, and I did a photoshoot to celebrate. My graduation ceremony was canceled, but they did a virtual commencement. Congrats to all the 2020 graduates! Too much was going on still online for me, so I was very limited with what I posted and how often I went online.

Winter Park, Florida


Not too much going on during the summertime since we were still in lock-down and not going anywhere. I started an online course to get my coding certification. My husband’s sisters came down to spend a weekend with us, which was great to see them. Father’s Day passed; it was the first time not being able to spend Father’s Day with my dad in a long time. I attended a few online women’s conferences, which were a fun experience and very educational. I’ve grown to love conferences since I attended my first one last year. I wrote a post about my experience, and you can read about it here.


I cannot remember much about July. But one exciting thing that happened was that I had my first guest posts published! I’d reached out to a few Christian blogs to ask if I could be a guest contributor, and three of them said yes, so I ended up having three guest posts this month. This month would have been our honeymoon to Costa Rica, but, of course, that was canceled. 


This was the most challenging month of this year. My grandfather passed away on the 10th. (Not due to COVID) That same week was my husband’s birthday on the 13th, and I had planned a birthday trip to Anna Maria Island, FL. We were debating on canceling the trip or not, but I’m glad we didn’t. I honestly needed the getaway. You can read about your trip here. I don’t particularly appreciate grieving, and I’m sure no one does, but this was and still is a hard loss for me because my grandfather lived with us since I was in high school. We were able to have a funeral service for him since his passing wasn’t COVID related and my family also had a service in the Dominican Republic. I was going to go but decided not to. Towards the end of this month, I got braces.

Anna Maria Island, Florida


School had started again for my daughter, and I decided to keep her home and do online real-time with her teacher. THIS WAS HARD! I tried to juggle working from home and helping her with school independently, but I couldn’t do it. I asked my husband to help her out since he took a break from work. After a few weeks that the teachers finally had a routine down, they kept changing the schedule and trying new things every week; my daughter could navigate the computer on her own. Towards the end of the month, we took a road trip back home to Michigan. I was raised in Michigan, and my husband lived there for 15 years. His brother and his parents still live there. So, we drove to Atlanta to pick up his sister and then drove to Michigan. We stayed for two weeks and celebrated his mom’s birthday. I was able to see friends from high school, one I had not seen in six years! And it was nice to be back home for a little bit because usually when I visit, it’s just for a weekend.

Lake Michigan


My husband finished his Associate’s Degree, and I could not be prouder of him! It’s been a long time coming and a goal he’s had for years, and finally, he was able to finish. And right after, he started working on his bachelor’s degree. This month we took a trip to Destin, FL, to celebrate a friend’s birthday. This trip was a blast! We rented a boat and were out in the water the whole day, listening to music, dancing, and having a good time. I recommend Destin, FL; it’s beautiful and such an experience.

Destin, Florida


This month was a little rough and busy. First was our third dating anniversary for my husband and me; it landed on a Wednesday this year, so we didn’t plan much. We went out to eat at Seasons 52, which was delicious. During that same week, I had to go to the emergency room which was no fun. Then it was my grandfather’s first birthday since he passed away—another month where emotions were going everywhere. Thanksgiving was different this year, like for many of you. We took a road trip to Georgia. I had planned a little surprise graduation ceremony for my husband because his family was supposed to join us from Michigan, but they couldn’t come down. We still surprised him anyway, although it was a little bittersweet. Saturday after Thanksgiving was my daughter’s birthday, and we took the kids to the Georgia Aquarium. It was our second time visiting the Aquarium, and since they are limiting the capacity, we were able to see everything in less than two hours, which was great. This month I also finished my coding course and scheduled my exam for the beginning of December.

Atlanta, Georgia


I could and couldn’t believe it’s December already. The year has felt long because of everything that has happened and all the emotions felt this year. It was an emotional year to say the least! I spent the last week of November and first week of December studying every day for my coding exam. I took it at home, it was a two-day process, but well worth it because I PASSED! I couldn’t believe it when I got the email, I started shaking, I almost cried, my husband couldn’t stop saying how proud he was of me, it was amazing. I attended my church’s growth group Christmas party and I’m so glad I did. We had done the group through Zoom all year and it was nice to see everyone in person, (there was only 7 of us, relax), LOL. Christmas was quiet this year, definitely different, but I’m thankful I was able to get together with my family. First Christmas without my grandfather and also there was a lot going on with the family. We are all ready to get 2020 over with in all honestly. New Year’s I’ll be spending it in Georgia with my husband’s family, but it will also be a quiet New Year’s.

Merry Christmas

Overall good things have happened this year, but it seems like the bad overweighs the good. I know this year has been challenging for EVERYONE, and everyone has been affected one way or another with something this year, in addition to the pandemic. Regardless of all that has happened, I lean on God and stand firm in my faith because I understand that everything happens for a reason, even if I don’t know why. I pray all of my readers and followers have a blessed and wonderful 2021!!! Thank you for your continuous support!

With Love,